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2014-01-17 05:56:24 PM
i5.asn.im

Stop judging me!  I can be healthy at any size!  It's a glandular issue!
 
2014-01-17 05:56:41 PM

theMightyRegeya: DontMakeMeComeBackThere: Seriously, if your kid was having problems with math in school, do you think the right approach would be to tell them "Your problem is that you're a moron.  You should be ashamed that you don't study enough, and other kids are smarter than you."?  I'm guessing they won't do any better in math....

So the solution is to say, "It's okay if you write down "potato" as an answer to "2 + 2", don't let those moron-shaming shiatlords get you down, you can be a math major no matter what your answer is!

And then hand the kid a participation trophy.


Try reading my ENTIRE comment, then post a response, sparky.
 
2014-01-17 05:57:16 PM
Snotty stuck-up b*tch who goes around judging people is told to STFU or GTFO.

i1.ytimg.com
 
2014-01-17 05:57:40 PM

Abe Vigoda's Ghost: She piss off a bunch of frumpy moms?




And more power to her. We have an obesity problem in this country/the world and thanks to socialized medicine even us healthy folks are gong to end up paying for it. Absent and underlying medical condition if you are fat you should be ashamed. Fat should not be accepted.


She deserves a misuse of the hero tag.

assets.nydailynews.com
 
2014-01-17 05:57:57 PM
media.salon.com
LOL, she ain't even mad tho.
 
2014-01-17 05:57:57 PM

sharphead: See now if she was fat herself, this wouldn't be happening.  Because people like her think they're going to live forever being thin and fit and perfect.  But suddenly what happens if she gets in an injury where she's in bed for 6 months?  What if she gets depressed and starts to overeat?  Lot's of things can happen, and she should in all honesty, keep her mouth shut, because it may just come back to bite her hard someday.


Obvious really: If something good happens it's due to her boot-strappyness, hardwork and drive. If something bad happens it's 'outside her control', somone else's fault or society picking on her.
 
2014-01-17 05:58:10 PM

symptomoftheuniverse: WOULD SOMEONE PLEASE WHY THE FARK THIS shiat GETS GREENLIGHTED?


Well, it starts off with an exec from Salon sending a hooker carrying beer to Drew's mansion......................
 
2014-01-17 05:58:11 PM

DontMakeMeComeBackThere: Saying "you should be ashamed" doesn't help, it just makes you a dick.


Yeah, that's the Fark part  :)

I get it, nobody likes to be told what to do.  But the problem has gone way beyond them just harming themselves, and we are poorly served by sheltering people from that reality.
 
2014-01-17 05:59:15 PM
This is beyond stupid. A person who exercises is being shamed for not being...what? Fat? Her message 'what's your excuse' is somehow demeaning? Okay, allow me to substitute some other images for a busy mom who's making a point to try living a healthy life despite being busy because apparently that's too hard for most people.
metrouk2.files.wordpress.com
What's your excuse?

i.telegraph.co.uk

static2.businessinsider.com

d8kyhhndkm363.cloudfront.net
 
2014-01-17 06:00:50 PM
women are jealous of another woman so they rally against her? *yawn*

i2.cdn.turner.com

Don't like her, don't follow her. Idiot.
 
2014-01-17 06:01:12 PM
And at the risk of invoking  studman69, that picture makes her look like she was drawn by a marginally talented 7th-grade art student. "Great effort, Matt, but the eyes are two entirely different shapes, the face is all lopsided, and what's up with that mouth?"
 
2014-01-17 06:03:31 PM

symptomoftheuniverse: WOULD SOMEONE PLEASE WHY THE FARK THIS shiat GETS GREENLIGHTED?


poutrage = clicks.
 
2014-01-17 06:03:34 PM

The My Little Pony Killer: How about people mind their own damn businesses about what somebody else's weight/exercise/eating habits/whatever and don't worry about that shiat?


It becomes my business every time my insurance contribution is deducted from my paycheck.

The My Little Pony Killer: No? Don't have enough going on in your lives to feel good about otherwise?


Lost 35 lbs. and have since run three half-marathons, so I have plenty to feel pretty awesome about.
 
2014-01-17 06:04:44 PM
What's her excuse for dabbling in a bit of the ole' Photoshop?
 
2014-01-17 06:05:11 PM
A thread about fat people and judging? Oh MSTD, where aaaaaare yooooou?
 
2014-01-17 06:05:32 PM

WhyKnot: lewismarktwo: GoldSpider: Sorry, fatty, you SHOULD be ashamed of your lazy, unhealthy, overindulgent lifestyle that makes health care more expensive for everyone.

Fat people die earlier and make healthcare cheaper for everyone.  You have no legitimate reason for hating them.  The reason you do hate them is because you hate yourself and are terrified of becoming fat yourself.

It's hilarious.

fat people may have shorter lives, but the time they spend are usually filled with diabetes, heart problems, a slew of other ailments and rascals...lots and lots of rascals.


Dialysis ain't cheap.
 
2014-01-17 06:07:08 PM
If I don't pay their bills, I don't warn people about smoking or overeating. At some point I let adults be adults and I mind my own business.
 
2014-01-17 06:07:24 PM

Moopy Mac: Dialysis ain't cheap.


It's almost as if there is a mathematical reason why the government is trying so hard to get healthier people enrolled in health insurance policies.
 
2014-01-17 06:07:26 PM
Lol, you never hear the fat guys rallying against her. It's the fat women who are jealous and angry! Fat guys know that whether being obese is the result of their dna or excessive eating habits, fat women disregard these ideas and go straight into "I can't be that sexy, she doesn't have the right to flaunt her body because it makes me feel sad!" mode!
 
2014-01-17 06:07:56 PM

DontMakeMeComeBackThere: GoldSpider: Sorry, fatty, you SHOULD be ashamed of your lazy, unhealthy, overindulgent lifestyle that makes health care more expensive for everyone.

Yeah, I know this is Fark...but.  You're part of "the problem".  "The Problem" is that we in this country can't separate the intellectual understanding that being overweight is a problem that should be corrected, from self esteem.

An overweight person should understand that they are overweight, and work to correct that situation, and not feel like they are a horrible person.  But since we can't make that separation we end up with the "Fat is Fine" morons that won't even allow for the fact that being fat is bad; and the "You're a lazy lard ass" dipshiats who think that is the right motivator to help people lose weight.   We need to get over his self-esteem crap and fix the problems.  Saying "you should be ashamed" doesn't help, it just makes you a dick.

Seriously, if your kid was having problems with math in school, do you think the right approach would be to tell them "Your problem is that you're a moron.  You should be ashamed that you don't study enough, and other kids are smarter than you."?  I'm guessing they won't do any better in math....


chicken and egg argument...that is to say, who cast the first stone in the battle of the bulge:
1) are non-fatties frustrated with fatties because fatties fail to acknowledge their own health concerns and/or feel confident and attractive, or
2) are fatties frustrated at non-fatties for judging them and wanting them to feel ashamed?

/    I understand that both are present on a daily basis, but they feed off of each other and continue the cycle.
//   As much as I hate the level of obesity that we have in America, if people want to eat deep fried butter, that really is their prerogative
///  my observation is that few people (both fit or fat) will cast scorn at a large person when said large person is trying to get healthy*.
//// *a super sized diet coke, adouble-double, and extrafries are not "getting healthy"
 
2014-01-17 06:09:23 PM
I honestly can't see what's so mind-bogglingly offensive about her original picture. Yeah, it's a teeny bit judgemental, but if "What's your Excuse" is enough to rock the foundations of your world, I'd say it's more of a case of hitting a nerve than actually being judgemental.

Any anyone, ANYONE who counsels someone else and tells them that "it's perfectly healthy to be obese" should be thrown in jail for criminal negligence (especially if you're not a bona-fide MD).
 
2014-01-17 06:09:38 PM

The My Little Pony Killer: How about people mind their own damn businesses about what somebody else's weight/exercise/eating habits/whatever and don't worry about that shiat?

No? Don't have enough going on in your lives to feel good about otherwise?

/losers


The #1 security/financial threat to this country is the increasing cost of health care. One of the main reasons for this is the normalization of obesity. That affects everyone.

A lot of very smart people have said this, most notably (and probably most often), President Clinton.
 
2014-01-17 06:09:46 PM

GreenSun: Lol, you never hear the fat guys rallying against her. It's the fat women who are jealous and angry! Fat guys know that whether being obese is the result of their dna or excessive eating habits, fat women disregard these ideas and go straight into "I can't be that sexy, she doesn't have the right to flaunt her body because it makes me feel sad!" mode!


southparkstudios.mtvnimages.com
 
2014-01-17 06:10:29 PM
It's not helpful to say "you're fat."  No shiat, the fat person knows that.  Better to offer specific advice.

- Don't eat fast food.  McDonalds, Burger King, etc... that stuff is horrible for you.

- Try to exercise every day, even if only for a short while.  Even 5-10 minutes is much better than nothing.

- Skip sugary drinks: regular sodas, fruit juices, etc.; and try to minimize very sugary foods/desserts.

- Don't give up.  Unless you're Samoan or have thyroid problems, you can control your weight.  It requires perseverance, though.  Instead of viewing healthy food as a short-term plan (e.g. "30 day diet"), try to make it a normal part of your life.  Once you make it a habit, it's easy.  Your taste buds will adapt to the stuff you currently think is bland.
 
2014-01-17 06:11:03 PM

GreenSun: Lol, you never hear the fat guys rallying against her. It's the fat women who are jealous and angry! Fat guys know that whether being obese is the result of their dna or excessive eating habits, fat women disregard these ideas and go straight into "I can't be that sexy, she doesn't have the right to flaunt her body because it makes me feel sad!" mode!


And let's just disregard the whole genetic argument. The human species has not evolved that much over the last fifty years.
 
2014-01-17 06:13:50 PM

hasty ambush: Abe Vigoda's Ghost: She piss off a bunch of frumpy moms?

And more power to her. We have an obesity problem in this country/the world and thanks to socialized medicine even us healthy folks are gong to end up paying for it. Absent and underlying medical condition if you are fat you should be ashamed. Fat should not be accepted.

She deserves a misuse of the hero tag.

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Alcohol still costs the U.S. far more, yet I don't hear people screaming for anything to be done about it.

It's just the price we pay for living in the U.S. Why should being overweight be any different?

When the powers the be want to discuss completely getting rid of tobacco and alcohol, then maybe I could agree on obesity. But addiction to food is no different to me than being addicted to alcohol or tobacco.

The 3 largest expenditures in health care are the above 3, btw.. Alcohol is #1, Obesity is #2, Smoking is #3.  Smokers already pay more for their health care. Maybe we should just start charging people "by the pound" for health care as well. Can't really think of a way to charge people extra "by the drink" though..
 
2014-01-17 06:15:13 PM

meat0918: You're supposed to care because being fit isn't normal anymore.

She's an aberration, and we all know what happens to those that don't fit in....


They get deep friend and served up as cheeto dusted munchies?
 
2014-01-17 06:15:21 PM

Captain Dan: Unless you're Samoan or have thyroid problems


you talking 'bout tony rocky horror?

i wouldn't go so far as to call the brother fat. i mean, he's got a weight problem...
 
2014-01-17 06:17:47 PM

GrailOfThunder: When the powers the be want to discuss completely getting rid of tobacco and alcohol, then maybe I could agree on obesity. But addiction to food is no different to me than being addicted to alcohol or tobacco.


That's an interesting point.  It's OK to socially stigmatize people who smoke, or drink too much, but when it comes to destructive eating/diet habits, somehow that's off-limits.
 
2014-01-17 06:18:00 PM
tl;dr
 
2014-01-17 06:19:33 PM

GrailOfThunder: hasty ambush: Abe Vigoda's Ghost: She piss off a bunch of frumpy moms?

And more power to her. We have an obesity problem in this country/the world and thanks to socialized medicine even us healthy folks are gong to end up paying for it. Absent and underlying medical condition if you are fat you should be ashamed. Fat should not be accepted.

She deserves a misuse of the hero tag.

[assets.nydailynews.com image 635x793]

Alcohol still costs the U.S. far more, yet I don't hear people screaming for anything to be done about it.

It's just the price we pay for living in the U.S. Why should being overweight be any different?

When the powers the be want to discuss completely getting rid of tobacco and alcohol, then maybe I could agree on obesity. But addiction to food is no different to me than being addicted to alcohol or tobacco.

The 3 largest expenditures in health care are the above 3, btw.. Alcohol is #1, Obesity is #2, Smoking is #3.  Smokers already pay more for their health care. Maybe we should just start charging people "by the pound" for health care as well. Can't really think of a way to charge people extra "by the drink" though..


I've read that alcohol is the "third leading lifestyle-related cause of death" but I haven't seen that it is the #1 largest addition to health care costs. Do you have a citation (I'm not doubting you, just want to see it).

Isn't alcohol (like tobacco) heavily taxed?
 
2014-01-17 06:21:12 PM
American needs more fat shaming.  It's a disease, not a life choice.
 
2014-01-17 06:21:59 PM

Moopy Mac: GreenSun: Lol, you never hear the fat guys rallying against her. It's the fat women who are jealous and angry! Fat guys know that whether being obese is the result of their dna or excessive eating habits, fat women disregard these ideas and go straight into "I can't be that sexy, she doesn't have the right to flaunt her body because it makes me feel sad!" mode!

And let's just disregard the whole genetic argument. The human species has not evolved that much over the last fifty years.


But those who had a similar sedentary lifestyle and access to unhealthy food in the past (the aristocracy) also had weight issues.  History has plenty of fat ass monarchs.  Society is what has evolved in the past 50 years and I think it leaves some brains struggling a bit to get a healthy relationship with unlimited food and sedentary lifestyles.  Humans used to have to struggle to get food.  Humans used to get all the exercise they needed trying to survive.

/struggling a bit does not come anywhere close to equaling impossible
 
2014-01-17 06:24:09 PM

GoldSpider: Sorry, fatty, you SHOULD be ashamed of your lazy, unhealthy, overindulgent lifestyle that makes health care more expensive for everyone.


Only if they successfully demand that you pay for their healthcare.

Or you could be one of those folks who thinks you owe healthcare to everyone, and consequently you get a say in their lifestyle choices. Which is essentially claiming that you own them in some way.
 
2014-01-17 06:24:45 PM

comslave: American needs more fat shaming.  It's a disease, not a life choice.


i was born this way

/some are born fat, some achieve fatness, and some have fatness thrust upon them
 
2014-01-17 06:25:19 PM
People are obese for one simple reason: they don't make living a healthy lifestyle a priority,
They'll spend hours a day on the Internet or Facebook, but "don't have the time to cook healthy meals". They'll watch TV or play video games for hours, but "don't have the time to go for a daily half hour walk". They'll eat out at fast food restaurants every day, even though they know they shouldn't.

It's not genetics, it's not thyroid conditions, it's not evolution, it's not HFCS... it's simply a matter or priorities...
 
2014-01-17 06:25:23 PM

12349876: Moopy Mac: GreenSun: Lol, you never hear the fat guys rallying against her. It's the fat women who are jealous and angry! Fat guys know that whether being obese is the result of their dna or excessive eating habits, fat women disregard these ideas and go straight into "I can't be that sexy, she doesn't have the right to flaunt her body because it makes me feel sad!" mode!

And let's just disregard the whole genetic argument. The human species has not evolved that much over the last fifty years.

But those who had a similar sedentary lifestyle and access to unhealthy food in the past (the aristocracy) also had weight issues.  History has plenty of fat ass monarchs.  Society is what has evolved in the past 50 years and I think it leaves some brains struggling a bit to get a healthy relationship with unlimited food and sedentary lifestyles.  Humans used to have to struggle to get food.  Humans used to get all the exercise they needed trying to survive.

/struggling a bit does not come anywhere close to equaling impossible


50 years ago (no poor) people weren't getting all the exercise they needed just trying to survive. They just ate less, walked more and ate less HFCS.

But again, there hasn't been any measurable change to human genetics over the last 50 years.
 
2014-01-17 06:29:17 PM

baconbeard: People are obese for one simple reason: they don't make living a healthy lifestyle a priority,
They'll spend hours a day on the Internet or Facebook, but "don't have the time to cook healthy meals". They'll watch TV or play video games for hours, but "don't have the time to go for a daily half hour walk". They'll eat out at fast food restaurants every day, even though they know they shouldn't.

It's not genetics, it's not thyroid conditions, it's not evolution, it's not HFCS... it's simply a matter or priorities...


There are the outliers, but yes, for the most part it is personal responsibility. But good luck actually getting an obese person to accept that.
 
2014-01-17 06:29:45 PM

JesseL: Only if they successfully demand that you pay for their healthcare.

 
I'm a healthy person in an insurance pool, so yes, I'm paying for their healthcare.
 
2014-01-17 06:30:36 PM

Moopy Mac: GrailOfThunder: hasty ambush: Abe Vigoda's Ghost: She piss off a bunch of frumpy moms?

And more power to her. We have an obesity problem in this country/the world and thanks to socialized medicine even us healthy folks are gong to end up paying for it. Absent and underlying medical condition if you are fat you should be ashamed. Fat should not be accepted.

She deserves a misuse of the hero tag.

[assets.nydailynews.com image 635x793]

Alcohol still costs the U.S. far more, yet I don't hear people screaming for anything to be done about it.

It's just the price we pay for living in the U.S. Why should being overweight be any different?

When the powers the be want to discuss completely getting rid of tobacco and alcohol, then maybe I could agree on obesity. But addiction to food is no different to me than being addicted to alcohol or tobacco.

The 3 largest expenditures in health care are the above 3, btw.. Alcohol is #1, Obesity is #2, Smoking is #3.  Smokers already pay more for their health care. Maybe we should just start charging people "by the pound" for health care as well. Can't really think of a way to charge people extra "by the drink" though..

I've read that alcohol is the "third leading lifestyle-related cause of death" but I haven't seen that it is the #1 largest addition to health care costs. Do you have a citation (I'm not doubting you, just want to see it).

Isn't alcohol (like tobacco) heavily taxed?


It's been a while since I looked it up, but it was a report from the CDC a few years ago.. The numbers may have changed a bit since then, but it was like Alcohol cost the U.S. some $230+ Billion a year, Obesity cost the U.S. $170+ billion a year, and tobacco was just under Obesity. If I get some time later I'll see if I can find newer numbers.
 
2014-01-17 06:30:37 PM

Moopy Mac: 12349876: Moopy Mac: GreenSun: Lol, you never hear the fat guys rallying against her. It's the fat women who are jealous and angry! Fat guys know that whether being obese is the result of their dna or excessive eating habits, fat women disregard these ideas and go straight into "I can't be that sexy, she doesn't have the right to flaunt her body because it makes me feel sad!" mode!

And let's just disregard the whole genetic argument. The human species has not evolved that much over the last fifty years.

But those who had a similar sedentary lifestyle and access to unhealthy food in the past (the aristocracy) also had weight issues.  History has plenty of fat ass monarchs.  Society is what has evolved in the past 50 years and I think it leaves some brains struggling a bit to get a healthy relationship with unlimited food and sedentary lifestyles.  Humans used to have to struggle to get food.  Humans used to get all the exercise they needed trying to survive.

/struggling a bit does not come anywhere close to equaling impossible

50 years ago (no poor) people weren't getting all the exercise they needed just trying to survive. They just ate less, walked more and ate less HFCS.

But again, there hasn't been any measurable change to human genetics over the last 50 years.


They ate less because food was more expensive.  They exercised more because there were more factory workers and only one car per household and less stranger danger and services that were nearby.  And they ate less HFCS because it had just been invented and not yet put into large scale production.

I'm not arguing humans have evolved in the past 50 years.  I'm arguing they HAVEN'T, and that why genetics are an issue, society is evolving much faster.
 
2014-01-17 06:33:35 PM

nucal:


This
 
2014-01-17 06:34:44 PM
I've always supported her and her message, but her 15 minutes are about up.
Can we get some new hot moms to post photos for fat chicks to complain about (and me to fap to)?

I like looking at my fat cousin's Facebook posts sometimes, though.  She went straight from criticism of Fit Mom to a picture of a cake that was filled with skittles and captioned "Somebody make this for me!"  Seriously, if you're too lazy to make your own skittlecake, you probably shouldn't be eating one
 
2014-01-17 06:39:23 PM

GrailOfThunder: Moopy Mac: GrailOfThunder: hasty ambush: Abe Vigoda's Ghost: She piss off a bunch of frumpy moms?

And more power to her. We have an obesity problem in this country/the world and thanks to socialized medicine even us healthy folks are gong to end up paying for it. Absent and underlying medical condition if you are fat you should be ashamed. Fat should not be accepted.

She deserves a misuse of the hero tag.

[assets.nydailynews.com image 635x793]

Alcohol still costs the U.S. far more, yet I don't hear people screaming for anything to be done about it.

It's just the price we pay for living in the U.S. Why should being overweight be any different?

When the powers the be want to discuss completely getting rid of tobacco and alcohol, then maybe I could agree on obesity. But addiction to food is no different to me than being addicted to alcohol or tobacco.

The 3 largest expenditures in health care are the above 3, btw.. Alcohol is #1, Obesity is #2, Smoking is #3.  Smokers already pay more for their health care. Maybe we should just start charging people "by the pound" for health care as well. Can't really think of a way to charge people extra "by the drink" though..

I've read that alcohol is the "third leading lifestyle-related cause of death" but I haven't seen that it is the #1 largest addition to health care costs. Do you have a citation (I'm not doubting you, just want to see it).

Isn't alcohol (like tobacco) heavily taxed?

It's been a while since I looked it up, but it was a report from the CDC a few years ago.. The numbers may have changed a bit since then, but it was like Alcohol cost the U.S. some $230+ Billion a year, Obesity cost the U.S. $170+ billion a year, and tobacco was just under Obesity. If I get some time later I'll see if I can find newer numbers.


And of course, as soon as I post that, I find an article on Forbes that links to a study done by the Dutch Ministry of Health that states that Smokers, Obesity and Alcoholics actually cost the health care system LESS over their lifetimes due to their shortened lifespans..

Not sure how I feel about that.
 
2014-01-17 06:39:33 PM

ZAZ: TUESDAY, NOV 26, 2013 4:58 PM UTC

You're not supposed to care any more.


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2014-01-17 06:39:45 PM
Wow, the headline actually matched my inner monologue.
 
2014-01-17 06:39:46 PM

12349876: I'm not arguing humans have evolved in the past 50 years. I'm arguing they HAVEN'T, and that why genetics are an issue, society is evolving much faster.


Ah, so it's the scientists who are to blame for people being fat, because they haven't figured out a way to re-engineer our bodies to thrive on gluttony and hedonism.
 
2014-01-17 06:41:00 PM
imagizer.imageshack.us
As a result of reading this stupid article I was led to read the earlier article, then to look up images of Fit Mom, then, much to my regret, images of "curvies", which I had never heard of before.
A lot of the women are attractive, but I don't want to sit next to them on a long flight.
 
2014-01-17 06:44:23 PM

GrailOfThunder: hasty ambush: Abe Vigoda's Ghost: She piss off a bunch of frumpy moms?

And more power to her. We have an obesity problem in this country/the world and thanks to socialized medicine even us healthy folks are gong to end up paying for it. Absent and underlying medical condition if you are fat you should be ashamed. Fat should not be accepted.

She deserves a misuse of the hero tag.

[assets.nydailynews.com image 635x793]

Alcohol still costs the U.S. far more, yet I don't hear people screaming for anything to be done about it.

It's just the price we pay for living in the U.S. Why should being overweight be any different?

When the powers the be want to discuss completely getting rid of tobacco and alcohol, then maybe I could agree on obesity. But addiction to food is no different to me than being addicted to alcohol or tobacco.

The 3 largest expenditures in health care are the above 3, btw.. Alcohol is #1, Obesity is #2, Smoking is #3.  Smokers already pay more for their health care. Maybe we should just start charging people "by the pound" for health care as well. Can't really think of a way to charge people extra "by the drink" though..


Maybe not by the pound but by percentage body fat.  The BMI thing is stupid.  And I can handle increased taxes on booze to cover health care costs.

But instead of targeting junk food which even us health non-fatties enjoy from time to time we can go directly to the fatties and impose a % body fat surcharge on their helaht care premium and allow grace periods for things like pregnancy and other medical reasons..  But because you had a kid two years ago would not be an excuse to be fat now.
 
2014-01-17 06:44:28 PM
It's a war on fit people, like the customer at the local donut shop who to buy a bottle of water, sit at a table by the register sipping it with their two-year-old giving it how-to-be-a-biatch lessons by insulting everyone buying one or more actual donuts. "You gonna eat that dozen all at once?"

They had the temerity to ask her to stop it or leave and drink the water elsewhere!
 
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