Cumbria - fat capital of UK

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guestm

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#4
No surprise. It's why I had to leave, I was outcast for having abs and visible ankle bones. Copeland, the borough in question is full of Iceland shopping, honking jam-eaters anyway who probably single handedly shoot the counties fat quota through the roof.
 
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#6
My ex home town, Donny, is second..........
Arthur Scargill told us that when the pits shut the whole area will be desolated....starving kids with nowt to eat, people fighting over a crust of bread.
........mind you, he's always talked bollox.
 

Ninja_Stoker

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#7
It would be interesting to overlay the obesity hotspots with a map of high unemployment hotspots, "poverty", under-performing educational authorities, high levels of central and local government investment & Greggs retail outlets.

I'm not suggesting there is a link, quite the opposite: It would surely bust the myths.
 
#8
No surprise. It's why I had to leave, I was outcast for having abs and visible ankle bones. Copeland, the borough in question is full of Iceland shopping, honking jam-eaters anyway who probably single handedly shoot the counties fat quota through the roof.
conclusive proof if ever it was needed, that the jam eaters are from Haven........
 

Ninja_Stoker

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#9
Hmmn, it's all in the name isn't it?

National Obesity Forum said:
Tam Fry, from the National Obesity Forum, said: "The publication of these figures has to be welcomed because they will give local authorities a better chance of fighting obesity than did 15 years of tackling the epidemic from Westminster.
Ninja_Stoker from the Rum Ration Forum was quoted as saying: "I bet more people join this forum, than yours, Lofty".
 
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guestm

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It would be interesting to overlay the obesity hotspots with a map of high unemployment hotspots, "poverty", under-performing educational authorities, high levels of central and local government investment & Greggs retail outlets.

I'm not suggesting there is a link, quite the opposite: It would surely bust the myths.
**** all wrong with Greggs, food of kings.
 
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Tam Fry, from the National Obesity Forum, said: "The publication of these figures has to be welcomed because they will give local authorities a better chance of fighting obesity than did 15 years of tackling the epidemic from Westminster.

Apt name for a topic of obesity...............I knew his brother, Stir.......and his cousin, who was a diver....Deep......the French arm of the familiy also loved their scran....the French Fries.
 
#12
The jam eaters at work today were rather circumspect in their lack of comments about this. Allerdale did not even make the top 10, I thought they would have been crowing about beating us at something
 

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