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2012-07-29 07:57:17 AM

twiztedjustin: I'd put my penis in it until I had an orgasm.


So you're saying you would touch it with the tip?
 
2012-07-29 07:57:37 AM

boohyah: Jon iz teh kewl: french fries aren't CHIPS
*THESE* are chips!

[t3.gstatic.com image 195x259]

those are crisps, Walkers prawn cocktail crisps at that, not chips not fries crisps.....of all the pictures to choose to try and prove your mistaken point you chose a British manufacturer of crisps. rookie mistake my friend


i refuse to eat American chips they're all nasty and shiat. not like THESE

www.britishdelights.com
 
2012-07-29 07:58:26 AM

SquiggelyGrounders: BBW thread!

[fc03.deviantart.net image 600x400]


It looks like Rob Liefeld drew their feet.
 
2012-07-29 07:59:15 AM
Wow. A crap ton of Studmen today. I'm guessing it's mostly 13 year olds who still think they have a shot with the prettiest girl in class.
 
2012-07-29 08:02:16 AM

picturescrazy: Wow. A crap ton of Studmen today. I'm guessing it's mostly 13 year olds who still think they have a shot with the prettiest girl in class.


her body is practically made out of cheese. you want to make out with a 150 lb cheese wedge be my guest.
 
2012-07-29 08:02:23 AM
I have a feeling anal sex might be out of the question.

/pipe down ya pervs, I meant to her, not from her
 
2012-07-29 08:07:03 AM

flyinghouse99: How did a ten year old kid even provide herself with only cheese fries? shiatty parenting.


I always wonder about things like this. When parents say that kids will only eat 1 or 2 certain things I wonder why they indulge them.
SED seems to be one of the newer disorders, next year it will be something else.
 
2012-07-29 08:08:37 AM

TommyymmoT: She looks constipated.


Yeah, I was thinking there's a certain lack of fiber in her diet...
 
2012-07-29 08:09:52 AM
the sight of a banana being peeled makes her gag

I'm guessing that penis is right out of the question.
 
2012-07-29 08:10:11 AM
i329.photobucket.com

/yumm
 
2012-07-29 08:11:47 AM
mmm chips
www.fritolay.com
 
2012-07-29 08:12:38 AM

AbbeySomeone: flyinghouse99: How did a ten year old kid even provide herself with only cheese fries? shiatty parenting.

I always wonder about things like this. When parents say that kids will only eat 1 or 2 certain things I wonder why they indulge them.
SED seems to be one of the newer disorders, next year it will be something else.


Yeah..I actually heard a name for what I had until recently. I just called it a phobia, because really, that's what it is. Irrational fear.
 
2012-07-29 08:12:50 AM

Jon iz teh kewl: boohyah: Jon iz teh kewl: french fries aren't CHIPS
*THESE* are chips!

[t3.gstatic.com image 195x259]

those are crisps, Walkers prawn cocktail crisps at that, not chips not fries crisps.....of all the pictures to choose to try and prove your mistaken point you chose a British manufacturer of crisps. rookie mistake my friend

i refuse to eat American chips they're all nasty and shiat. not like THESE

[www.britishdelights.com image 382x452]


awesomesauce
 
2012-07-29 08:16:24 AM
She is probably on the dole and lives in free housing. Since that how they roll in the UK.

I had a girfriend with SED. She could not eat chicken prepared any kind of way.

When she was a child she had a pet chicken and one day the maid killed it and made her eat it.

She had no problem gobbling the cock though.
 
2012-07-29 08:17:45 AM

FirstNationalBastard: SoxSweepAgain: I think she is absolutely gorgeous.

Like, knockout drop-me-dead beautiful. Just gorgeous and yummy.

How long were you at sea?


At sea? His problem is that he likes the sox.
 
2012-07-29 08:19:39 AM
She's in luck. I'll Fark her every which way but loose!!!
 
2012-07-29 08:19:46 AM
i.imgur.com
 
2012-07-29 08:22:31 AM

theflatline: She is probably on the dole and lives in free housing


Where does this shiat come from? I know a couple who were just arrested on felony child neglect charges and the websites were full of comments like that.
 
2012-07-29 08:23:22 AM
cdn2.screenjunkies.com

strangely i'd go out with her if she was eating these "chips n cheese"

but seriously freedom fries??
 
2012-07-29 08:23:28 AM

gulogulo: As someone who has Selective Eating Disorder, though not to the degree she has (I'll eat lots of foods, but there is an entire food group I have a strong aversion to), I can say it's really difficult to get over and hard to explain. I've been like this for as long as I can remember (and yes, my parents really did try to help me), and no, no one ever 'traumatized' me with the food I avoid. THe reaction, however, is very similar to a phobia, where I have all the symptoms of a panic attack (heart racing, sweating, increased rate of breathing) when presented with the food ...even if I tell myself that I logically know it can't hurt me. How do you explain that to people?

And yes, everyone thinks the cure is to just 'try it' and I might like it...when I can't even get myself to chew or swallow, that's kind of out of the question. It is similar to if someone handed you a rotten piece of meat, stinking to high heaven and covered in maggots and told you to just 'try it'. Imagine how hard it would be to force it down?


You know what a cure for a phobia is? Exposure therapy. So, yeah, shoving the food you hate down your throat IS the way to do it.
 
2012-07-29 08:26:00 AM

FrAnKiE!!!!: gulogulo: As someone who has Selective Eating Disorder, though not to the degree she has (I'll eat lots of foods, but there is an entire food group I have a strong aversion to), I can say it's really difficult to get over and hard to explain. I've been like this for as long as I can remember (and yes, my parents really did try to help me), and no, no one ever 'traumatized' me with the food I avoid. THe reaction, however, is very similar to a phobia, where I have all the symptoms of a panic attack (heart racing, sweating, increased rate of breathing) when presented with the food ...even if I tell myself that I logically know it can't hurt me. How do you explain that to people?

And yes, everyone thinks the cure is to just 'try it' and I might like it...when I can't even get myself to chew or swallow, that's kind of out of the question. It is similar to if someone handed you a rotten piece of meat, stinking to high heaven and covered in maggots and told you to just 'try it'. Imagine how hard it would be to force it down?

You know what a cure for a phobia is? Exposure therapy. So, yeah, shoving the food you hate down your throat IS the way to do it.


That's not what exposure therapy means, but thanks for the armchair psychology.
 
2012-07-29 08:26:37 AM

pjc51: indylaw: I'm so mortified by my ridiculous, crazy food fetish that I've avoided my friends and men, but I'll gladly had my picture and absurd story plastered all over The Sun.

A-level student my arse.

You know A-level = 'Advanced Level General Certificate of Education' = national exams that almost everyone takes at age 18 in the UK? They are graded by letter, so an 'A' grade is possible, but the name there has nothing to do with her academic ability.


I didn't know that. I thought it was just some fruity English way of saying that she's an A student.
 
2012-07-29 08:27:37 AM

FrAnKiE!!!!: gulogulo: As someone who has Selective Eating Disorder, though not to the degree she has (I'll eat lots of foods, but there is an entire food group I have a strong aversion to), I can say it's really difficult to get over and hard to explain. I've been like this for as long as I can remember (and yes, my parents really did try to help me), and no, no one ever 'traumatized' me with the food I avoid. THe reaction, however, is very similar to a phobia, where I have all the symptoms of a panic attack (heart racing, sweating, increased rate of breathing) when presented with the food ...even if I tell myself that I logically know it can't hurt me. How do you explain that to people?

And yes, everyone thinks the cure is to just 'try it' and I might like it...when I can't even get myself to chew or swallow, that's kind of out of the question. It is similar to if someone handed you a rotten piece of meat, stinking to high heaven and covered in maggots and told you to just 'try it'. Imagine how hard it would be to force it down?

You know what a cure for a phobia is? Exposure therapy. So, yeah, shoving the food you hate down your throat IS the way to do it.


i would take her to McD's. and be like
this is a Double Quarter Pounder
eat

this is a McDouble
it's slightly smaller but just as nutritious
eat
 
2012-07-29 08:30:54 AM

gulogulo: FrAnKiE!!!!: gulogulo: As someone who has Selective Eating Disorder, though not to the degree she has (I'll eat lots of foods, but there is an entire food group I have a strong aversion to), I can say it's really difficult to get over and hard to explain. I've been like this for as long as I can remember (and yes, my parents really did try to help me), and no, no one ever 'traumatized' me with the food I avoid. THe reaction, however, is very similar to a phobia, where I have all the symptoms of a panic attack (heart racing, sweating, increased rate of breathing) when presented with the food ...even if I tell myself that I logically know it can't hurt me. How do you explain that to people?

And yes, everyone thinks the cure is to just 'try it' and I might like it...when I can't even get myself to chew or swallow, that's kind of out of the question. It is similar to if someone handed you a rotten piece of meat, stinking to high heaven and covered in maggots and told you to just 'try it'. Imagine how hard it would be to force it down?

You know what a cure for a phobia is? Exposure therapy. So, yeah, shoving the food you hate down your throat IS the way to do it.

That's not what exposure therapy means, but thanks for the armchair psychology.


Ok, sorry. Sitting you down to have a chat with the food that repulses you is exposure therapy. My bad. It's still the same idea. You said "just 'try it'" isn't the way to go. But that's sort of what exposure therapy is.
 
2012-07-29 08:31:50 AM

Jon iz teh kewl: FrAnKiE!!!!: gulogulo: As someone who has Selective Eating Disorder, though not to the degree she has (I'll eat lots of foods, but there is an entire food group I have a strong aversion to), I can say it's really difficult to get over and hard to explain. I've been like this for as long as I can remember (and yes, my parents really did try to help me), and no, no one ever 'traumatized' me with the food I avoid. THe reaction, however, is very similar to a phobia, where I have all the symptoms of a panic attack (heart racing, sweating, increased rate of breathing) when presented with the food ...even if I tell myself that I logically know it can't hurt me. How do you explain that to people?

And yes, everyone thinks the cure is to just 'try it' and I might like it...when I can't even get myself to chew or swallow, that's kind of out of the question. It is similar to if someone handed you a rotten piece of meat, stinking to high heaven and covered in maggots and told you to just 'try it'. Imagine how hard it would be to force it down?

You know what a cure for a phobia is? Exposure therapy. So, yeah, shoving the food you hate down your throat IS the way to do it.

i would take her to McD's. and be like
this is a Double Quarter Pounder
eat

this is a McDouble
it's slightly smaller but just as nutritious
eat


I'd double-quarter-pound-her. *wink wink*
 
2012-07-29 08:32:27 AM

Jon iz teh kewl: mmm chips
[www.fritolay.com image 389x504]


errrr those are corn snacks...... hate to be a pedant but FAIL
 
2012-07-29 08:32:51 AM

picturescrazy: Wow. A crap ton of Studmen today. I'm guessing it's mostly 13 year olds who still think they have a shot with the prettiest girl in class.


This sort of post deserves its own sort of label, as there are quite a few "you all suck for not considering this rather messed up girl the pinnacle of sexual attractiveness" posts in this thread. I suggest "Chub Knighting".
 
2012-07-29 08:33:59 AM

platedlizard: That's what Farker call pretty?

Ewwww


It's not meant to be taken literally - it's from the Big Book of British Similes

/and probably applies to consumers of any dairy product
 
2012-07-29 08:39:18 AM

FrAnKiE!!!!: gulogulo: FrAnKiE!!!!: gulogulo: As someone who has Selective Eating Disorder, though not to the degree she has (I'll eat lots of foods, but there is an entire food group I have a strong aversion to), I can say it's really difficult to get over and hard to explain. I've been like this for as long as I can remember (and yes, my parents really did try to help me), and no, no one ever 'traumatized' me with the food I avoid. THe reaction, however, is very similar to a phobia, where I have all the symptoms of a panic attack (heart racing, sweating, increased rate of breathing) when presented with the food ...even if I tell myself that I logically know it can't hurt me. How do you explain that to people?

And yes, everyone thinks the cure is to just 'try it' and I might like it...when I can't even get myself to chew or swallow, that's kind of out of the question. It is similar to if someone handed you a rotten piece of meat, stinking to high heaven and covered in maggots and told you to just 'try it'. Imagine how hard it would be to force it down?

You know what a cure for a phobia is? Exposure therapy. So, yeah, shoving the food you hate down your throat IS the way to do it.

That's not what exposure therapy means, but thanks for the armchair psychology.

Ok, sorry. Sitting you down to have a chat with the food that repulses you is exposure therapy. My bad. It's still the same idea. You said "just 'try it'" isn't the way to go. But that's sort of what exposure therapy is.


Exposure therapy uses controlled exposure, the degree of which is slowly increased in time. Trying to dive right into whatever is the focus of a particular phobia like what you're describing will just make the phobia worse. I mean, the idea is eventually the phobic will eventually be able to eat whatever, but exposure therapy takes time and it isn't an instant fix to anything.
 
2012-07-29 08:39:44 AM

boohyah: Jon iz teh kewl: mmm chips
[www.fritolay.com image 389x504]

errrr those are corn snacks...... hate to be a pedant but FAIL


they're whatever i want them to be. why try harder

www.poundland.co.uk
 
2012-07-29 08:47:12 AM

Crotchrocket Slim: FrAnKiE!!!!: gulogulo: FrAnKiE!!!!: gulogulo: As someone who has Selective Eating Disorder, though not to the degree she has (I'll eat lots of foods, but there is an entire food group I have a strong aversion to), I can say it's really difficult to get over and hard to explain. I've been like this for as long as I can remember (and yes, my parents really did try to help me), and no, no one ever 'traumatized' me with the food I avoid. THe reaction, however, is very similar to a phobia, where I have all the symptoms of a panic attack (heart racing, sweating, increased rate of breathing) when presented with the food ...even if I tell myself that I logically know it can't hurt me. How do you explain that to people?

And yes, everyone thinks the cure is to just 'try it' and I might like it...when I can't even get myself to chew or swallow, that's kind of out of the question. It is similar to if someone handed you a rotten piece of meat, stinking to high heaven and covered in maggots and told you to just 'try it'. Imagine how hard it would be to force it down?

You know what a cure for a phobia is? Exposure therapy. So, yeah, shoving the food you hate down your throat IS the way to do it.

That's not what exposure therapy means, but thanks for the armchair psychology.

Ok, sorry. Sitting you down to have a chat with the food that repulses you is exposure therapy. My bad. It's still the same idea. You said "just 'try it'" isn't the way to go. But that's sort of what exposure therapy is.

Exposure therapy uses controlled exposure, the degree of which is slowly increased in time. Trying to dive right into whatever is the focus of a particular phobia like what you're describing will just make the phobia worse. I mean, the idea is eventually the phobic will eventually be able to eat whatever, but exposure therapy takes time and it isn't an instant fix to anything.


Oh, really? I wasn't being facetious? I was actually trying to advocate a Food-Throat-Pushing-Machine? My mistake.
 
2012-07-29 08:47:42 AM
Is anyone else disturbed by the fact that melty cheese is now laden with sawdust?
 
2012-07-29 08:53:00 AM

FrAnKiE!!!!: Crotchrocket Slim: FrAnKiE!!!!: gulogulo: FrAnKiE!!!!: gulogulo: As someone who has Selective Eating Disorder, though not to the degree she has (I'll eat lots of foods, but there is an entire food group I have a strong aversion to), I can say it's really difficult to get over and hard to explain. I've been like this for as long as I can remember (and yes, my parents really did try to help me), and no, no one ever 'traumatized' me with the food I avoid. THe reaction, however, is very similar to a phobia, where I have all the symptoms of a panic attack (heart racing, sweating, increased rate of breathing) when presented with the food ...even if I tell myself that I logically know it can't hurt me. How do you explain that to people?

And yes, everyone thinks the cure is to just 'try it' and I might like it...when I can't even get myself to chew or swallow, that's kind of out of the question. It is similar to if someone handed you a rotten piece of meat, stinking to high heaven and covered in maggots and told you to just 'try it'. Imagine how hard it would be to force it down?

You know what a cure for a phobia is? Exposure therapy. So, yeah, shoving the food you hate down your throat IS the way to do it.

That's not what exposure therapy means, but thanks for the armchair psychology.

Ok, sorry. Sitting you down to have a chat with the food that repulses you is exposure therapy. My bad. It's still the same idea. You said "just 'try it'" isn't the way to go. But that's sort of what exposure therapy is.

Exposure therapy uses controlled exposure, the degree of which is slowly increased in time. Trying to dive right into whatever is the focus of a particular phobia like what you're describing will just make the phobia worse. I mean, the idea is eventually the phobic will eventually be able to eat whatever, but exposure therapy takes time and it isn't an instant fix to anything.

Oh, really? I wasn't being facetious? I was actually trying to advocate a Food-Throat ...


Well, obviously, the way to solve that problem would be to use your cock like the ramrod from an old musket to shove the food down her throat.

Everyone wins!
 
2012-07-29 08:55:49 AM
Someone get that girl a tube steak, STAT.
 
2012-07-29 08:57:18 AM

FirstNationalBastard: Exposure therapy uses controlled exposure, the degree of which is slowly increased in time. Trying to dive right into whatever is the focus of a particular phobia like what you're describing will just make the phobia worse. I mean, the idea is eventually the phobic will eventually be able to eat whatever, but exposure therapy takes time and it isn't an instant fix to anything.

Oh, really? I wasn't being facetious? I was actually trying to advocate a Food-Throat ...

Well, obviously, the way to solve that problem would be to use your cock like the ramrod from an old musket to shove the food down her throat.

Everyone wins!


You mean... breakfast?
 
2012-07-29 08:57:43 AM
Most nights I sit home, watch some porno flicks and munch on Cheetos.
 
2012-07-29 08:59:14 AM
I don't know why everyone is saying she's ugly. Not near a 10 but definitely not bad, a lot better than most women in the articles with the "hottie" type headline most farkers submit . I'd hit it
 
2012-07-29 09:01:32 AM

Jegred2: I don't know why everyone is saying she's ugly. Not near a 10 but definitely not bad, a lot better than most women in the articles with the "hottie" type headline most farkers submit . I'd hit it


it's cause she has pica
 
2012-07-29 09:05:20 AM
Rollin' down the street

Feelin' lonely

Snackin' on cheese and chips

Laid back

With my mind on my tummy and my tummy on my mind
 
2012-07-29 09:05:50 AM

Uncle Tractor: Oh, FFS.

No, she's not the prettiest woman on the planet, but she's not that bad either. Particularly when considering her crappy diet (assuming TFA isn't BS -- it's the Sun, after all).

[i560.photobucket.com image 600x431]

Get out of the basement, guys.


Given that I know someone who has a less severe version of this, I'd say it's not impossible.

/Pepperoni Pizza or chicken nuggets only.
 
2012-07-29 09:08:42 AM
i.imgur.com
Similar mindless stare??
 
2012-07-29 09:09:34 AM
Pretty as a colostomy bag
 
2012-07-29 09:13:16 AM
anyway fark.com is a .com site, not .co.uk so therefore all british titles should be converted into American

Pretty Ugly 18 year-old eatsdines on nothing but chipsfritos 'n' cheeseice cream. can't find a boyfriend (w/pics)has marathon sex (u better believe there's pics)
 
2012-07-29 09:13:52 AM
I'm sure if she changed her diet to a healthier one, she would look better, but I'd still hit it.
 
2012-07-29 09:16:01 AM

dryknife: Most nights I sit home, watch some porno flicks and munch on Cheetos.


How can you even eat with those hands? Do you know where they have been?

/don't even get me started about orange weener stains
 
2012-07-29 09:16:54 AM
Ah yes, the Fark studman69 brigade comes out in full force to lambast a pretty girl with an eating disorder and call her "fat" and pick apart every miniscule imperfection of her physical appearance while they secretly, and furiously, masturbate to her pictures so they can get to the hot pockets and pizza rolls their mom just brought down to the basement before they get cold.
 
2012-07-29 09:16:55 AM
I am wondering, if this is true, why doesn't she have scurvy among some other nutritional diseases?
 
2012-07-29 09:17:51 AM

AnotherOldFart: [i.imgur.com image 409x255]
Similar mindless stare??


imgace.com

/hot
 
2012-07-29 09:21:07 AM

Savage Belief: Ah yes, the Fark studman69 brigade comes out in full force to lambast a pretty girl with an eating disorder and call her "fat" and pick apart every miniscule imperfection of her physical appearance while they secretly, and furiously, masturbate to her pictures so they can get to the hot pockets and pizza rolls their mom just brought down to the basement before they get cold.


home.roadrunner.com
 
2012-07-29 09:22:12 AM
One eye goin' one way, one eye goin' the other way, butt chin in the middle goin' "Whattaya want from me?"
 
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