Oracle of Delphi

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Well I can't tell you the last time I've been to an American Mall, but my daughter wanted to go so we all went.

I definitely have come to the conclusion that Americans are the fattest people on the face of the earth.

People should not wear jeans when they are as wide as they are tall ... :smilewide:

And wearing sweatpants just screams "I've Given UP"! :P

What I experienced tonight was the most bizarre sights and smells I've have seen in a long long time ... My eyes, my eyes ... :unsure:

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Hey...f@#k you. jeans will never be as comfortable as sweat pants. With that said, I only wear sweatpants around the house, when I'm working, or when I need to run to the store and don't give a $h!.

Of course that's only when it's too cold for shorts. :P

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Yup, Americans are fatasses. And sweats need to be outlawed. And malls are as bad as Wal-Marts when it comes to being surrounded by slow fat people.

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I don't see why I should get dressed up all pretty to get a bottle of milk at 9pm. I'm not image conscious and insecure like that, sorry.

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I weigh 165 and eat like a pig.

Just thought I would throw that little piece of information in the face of fat American society.

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If you really want to be surrounded by fatasses, go sit in O'Hare for a while.

On the bright side, they're going to have to pay for 2 seats on some airlines.

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On the bright side, they're going to have to pay for 2 seats on some airlines.

The girlfriend and I were connecting through there to Las Vegas and had to wait while they got more seatbelt extenders from the airport, since they didn't have enough of them on the plane for all the larger people.

Do any of you aviation nuts know how large you have to be to not fit in the normal seatbelt? My estimate is at least a 45 inch waist.

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Borg...I heart you. And so agree. Sounds like a review of mine after getting back from, well, anywhere. Hah.

Malls = something I don't frequent, ever. Then again, we just have the outlets locally.

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It's not slow, large people that annoy me at the mall. It's the mobs of angtsy, teenage emo kids who just stand in one place while everyone has to walk around them, or in my case, through them. :P

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Well I can't tell you the last time I've been to an American Mall, but my daughter wanted to go so we all went.

I definitely have come to the conclusion that Americans are the fattest people on the face of the earth.

People should not wear jeans when they are as wide as they are tall ... :smilewide:

And wearing sweatpants just screams "I've Given UP"! :P

What I experienced tonight was the most bizarre sights and smells I've have seen in a long long time ... My eyes, my eyes ... :unsure:

Last I heard, Europeans smell worse than americans...

And maybe you guys could put on some weight if the EU didn't regulate your damn food so much. God forbid you're ever allowed to have the freedom to decide for yourself.

On a serious note, I actually dread the day that I have to fly. Most people say that I will not fit in a coach seat... I guess that's what being in the top 1% of america (size-wise) gets me :P

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It's not slow, large people that annoy me at the mall. It's the mobs of angtsy, teenage emo kids who just stand in one place while everyone has to walk through them, or in my case, through them. :P

Dude, kickass sig! :thumbsup:

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I'm not fat, but it seems to me that people have way too much to say about those who are.

You'd think that they were all terrorists or something.

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I avoid the mall like the plague.

They just completely redid our mall and it is really quite nice now, but I still avoid it. I only go for the new Muvico theater, and probably for the new Ruth's Chris steak house they are opening...I've heard good things.

Whenever I go to actually buy clothes I usually last a couple minutes in a store before I get frustrated, pissed off, and then leave. I just can't get anything done at the mall.

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>>"I'm not fat, but it seems to me that people have way too much to say about those who are."<<

Agreed. Strangely, no one seems to equate unilateral "fat America" comments with having a fat mouth.

I hate shopping- I treat it like a Navy Seal mission : in, secure target, get out.

Tolerable clothes shopping experience: 10 minutes.

And why is it always so damned hot in there ??

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Properly-fitting sweat pants don't look bad on in-shape people--especially not those velour track suit ones the girls wore a lot a few years ago...yum!

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I'm not fat, but it seems to me that people have way too much to say about those who are.

You'd think that they were all terrorists or something.

Does bringing up the cost of health insurance for everyone count as terrorism?

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I'm not fat, but it seems to me that people have way too much to say about those who are.

You'd think that they were all terrorists or something.

It's just another symptom of our (on average) gluttony.

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I'm not fat, but it seems to me that people have way too much to say about those who are.

You'd think that they were all terrorists or something.

Didn't you know that if you're not homogenous now you don't fit in?

It's the NWO of discrimination. You're not "cool" unless you fit a certain demographic.

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>>"I'm not fat, but it seems to me that people have way too much to say about those who are."<<

Agreed. Strangely, no one seems to equate unilateral "fat America" comments with having a fat mouth.

What's funny is that in some food deprived societies, 'fat' people are considered high class because they have the means to survive. Therefore, the fatter you are, the more desirable you are.

I hate shopping- I treat it like a Navy Seal mission : in, secure target, get out.

Tolerable clothes shopping experience: 10 minutes.

And why is it always so damned hot in there ??

I love shopping!

(FOG lets his metrosexual side show a little)

Of course, given my degrees, I REALLY enjoy people watching. The only exception is in my hometown where every methed up redneck I see wants to fight me because I'm bigger than them. (If I had a dollar for every jackass in a TapouT shirt that stared me down, I'd be able to afford a new Camaro SS)

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I'm not big into clothes shopping. I like to go it, find what what I need. Try it on to make sure it fits, and get out.

However I do enjoy shopping at electronics stores, Sears, Home Depot, auto parts stores and such. I like to browse Tagret because I find they have an interesting array of items, and the items they carry tend to put a new spin on an boring concept...such as kettles.

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