Most people here in Indiana (at least an hour and a half out of Chicago) seems to be typical for ‘merica – mostly average weight, a good amount of fat people (mostly in their 40s-50s). But, holy shit, I’ve seen some incredibly fat people here. I think a liquid diet here means all gravy diet.
Also, I don’t even want to know how fat people in the deep South (Mississippi) are
Yeah, I waited until my neighbor (who’s small and thin) was about 8 months before I asked. And even prefaced it with “Ok, I’ve been afraid to say anything, but…I think it’s safe now, right?” Just a bad idea all around.
True story from my younger, dumber days – my wife, pregnant with our first child, was getting ready for her baby shower and was dressed in a long, purple dress. She asked how she looked and, without thinking, I responded, “You look like a sexy Grimace”.
Tears were shed and no sex was had that day. I could have used Otto’s advice back then.
#6: “Oh, a little less than half of what’s in Christian Ponder’s, which is appropriate, because I also have a little less than half as many touchdowns as he does on the year, despite having only played in ONE GAME. I also have thirteen fewer turnovers and have made a significant contribution to a single victory, both of which put me statistically ahead of Ponder’s performance this year, and when called upon to play a role in the offense I was able to avoid being a complete waste of space, which is a trick that Ponder has yet to master. Of course, my greatest advantage over Ponder could simply be that at the end of the year I’ll be good for something more than being summarily disassembled and sold for spare parts to an evil scientist who’s attempting to construct a turnover-prone Frankenstein’s monster that can be stopped in its tracks, paralyzed and terrified, by confronting it with a base 4-3.