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Seriously, in such austere times, who'd want to adopt a fatty? Those biscuit cupboards don't fill themselves you know.

On the contrary, the fattie would cost the same upfront fee as a skinny one, and you wouldn't need to feed it for a few weeks whilst it burns off the flab. In the meantime, get it to wash your car and do other chores to make up for the upfront fees, then foster for a profit.

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Seriously, in such austere times, who'd want to adopt a fatty? Those biscuit cupboards don't fill themselves you know.

I'm sure Ken would bite your hand off for one!

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On the contrary, the fattie would cost the same upfront fee as a skinny one, and you wouldn't need to feed it for a few weeks whilst it burns off the flab. In the meantime, get it to wash your car and do other chores to make up for the upfront fees, then foster for a profit.

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On the contrary, the fattie would cost the same upfront fee as a skinny one, and you wouldn't need to feed it for a few weeks whilst it burns off the flab. In the meantime, get it to wash your car and do other chores to make up for the upfront fees, then foster for a profit.

This could be an alternative to doing up houses.

Buy a fat kid at a knock-down price, put it to work for a few weeks and cut its food intake to slim it down... then, perhaps a quick haircut, vase of twigs... then sell it off for a tidy profit.

Tasty.

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This could be an alternative to doing up houses.

Buy a fat kid at a knock-down price, put it to work for a few weeks and cut its food intake to slim it down... then, perhaps a quick haircut, vase of twigs... then sell it off for a tidy profit.

Tasty.

Nah it needs to be more industrial and targetted. I'm thinking ... kennels for fat kids. what kids are most likely to be fat? poor ones. what do their chav parents want but can't afford anymore? foreign holidays. stick tubby in a kennelly labour camp for a week whilst the parents sun it up, and profit from them in the meantime.

Upon their return, ickle Wayne has lost his puppy fat. Its win win win. Like Crack Baby Basketball.

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Get Carole Smilie to host. Each week 2 porkers are given to one of the 'professional slimmers' and then paraded at the end to see who's least fat and as such, which kid has gained the most value. The winner then gets to put their new, less fat kid on the market, looking for a mug buyer.

30 minutes of TV gold. It'll run and run.

Whereby 'value' is determined in Total Wipeout style time trials, but with acid replacing water. Saves money for the BBC too by sharing production costs.

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Nah it needs to be more industrial and targetted. I'm thinking ... kennels for fat kids. what kids are most likely to be fat? poor ones. what do their chav parents want but can't afford anymore? foreign holidays. stick tubby in a kennelly labour camp for a week whilst the parents sun it up, and profit from them in the meantime.

Upon their return, ickle Wayne has lost his puppy fat. Its win win win. Like Crack Baby Basketball.

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Christ, you're taking this to a whole new level. Seriously, acid on the fat kids. Come on, they've got enough on their plate already.

Yea, everbody knows its alkali on fat kids. You would make enough soap to last years.

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Soap factory, brilliant! I should have thought of this already.

(just noticed that the advert at the top of the page is advertising lingerie for big breasted women :unsure: )

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Can't imagine anyone I know with kids treating them with so little care that they place their health at risk by their failure to provide that most basic of care, the provision of adequate nutrition.

Many of the Tory press have reported this story today, the words 'nanny state' eminating from the mouths of those who only one month ago were calling for the same state to punish and control it's children.

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  • 337 Brexit, House prices and Summer 2020

    1. 1. Including the effects Brexit, where do you think average UK house prices will be relative to now in June 2020?


      • down 5% +
      • down 2.5%
      • Even
      • up 2.5%
      • up 5%



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