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(io9)   Remember the study that claimed being overweight is actually healthier than being "normal" weight? Yea, about that   ( divider line
    More: Followup, overweight, NHS Behind the Headlines  
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2013-01-03 09:22:35 AM  

ordinarysteve: bighairyguy: At least we're happier than skinny people miserably chomping through yet another bland salad.

Yeah it's terrible. Eating vegetables and actually getting laid is pretty depressing. And fat people are jolly-er, not happier.

I can't have sex with skinny chicks. Their hip bones are far too painful.
2013-01-03 10:20:54 AM  
I, for one, am dismayed that we cannot rely on a study from the Cheezburger Institute.

2013-01-03 11:39:33 AM  
"This study brought to you by the American Corn Syrup Association."
2013-01-03 02:51:24 PM  
2013-01-03 03:30:33 PM  

Bisu: Tumunga: Apples and Oranges. The study in question didn't say "healthier", it said, "live longer".

Exactly. The normal weight (healthier) people are out base jumping and motocross racing while the fat people sit at home. Of course they're gonna die sooner.

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