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dwarthog said:
Interesting analogy.

Does that mean the silverware industry is now operating under the threat of lawsuits from ruining peoples health? %[email protected]
You may have a point there...lemmie see...my jean sizes have been growing for about 5 years now, times about 5...add about 3x5 for dress pants...and shirts...you get the picture...but it ain't as big as Rosie's...:roflback:
 

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Rosie has to keep the weight on to keep proportioned with her head.:dunno: What a noggin!!!
 

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Some Guy said:
Just remember, it's easier to buy new pants than it is to lose weight.
This past springtime, I couldn't figure out why my back was so sore after about an hour's ride. I finally realized, it was the extra 10 or 15 pounds that winter had added to my beltline. Because I was leaning forward into the bars on my sportster, the extra weight was literally bowing my back. It was especially bad on bumpy roads because my middle was bouncing up and down.

I didn't buy new pants, but I did put some 4 1/2" pullback risers on the bike. They got me sitting a lot straighter up. No need to lose weight; no more sore back! (I managed to lose all the extra the weight by June) :brows:
 

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My 8th grader told me that if guns kill people, his pencil is responsible for blowing the last spelling test.
 

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Originally posted by dwarthog
Does that mean the silverware industry is now operating under the threat of lawsuits from ruining peoples health?
The silverware industry needs to wait in line behind all the car manufacturers who are responsible for all deaths caused by drunk drivers.
 

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Wizwill said:
This past springtime, I couldn't figure out why my back was so sore after about an hour's ride. I finally realized, it was the extra 10 or 15 pounds that winter had added to my beltline. Because I was leaning forward into the bars on my sportster, the extra weight was literally bowing my back. It was especially bad on bumpy roads because my middle was bouncing up and down.

I didn't buy new pants, but I did put some 4 1/2" pullback risers on the bike. They got me sitting a lot straighter up. No need to lose weight; no more sore back! (I managed to lose all the extra the weight by June) :brows:
I start exercising through the Winter to help keep off pounds, every other day usually 50-60 sit-ups, 50-60 push-ups and a few others with weights, about 30 -40 minutes worth. I have to learn to start slowly next year, this year the first time I over did it and was sore as hell for over a week.
 

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Extra weight?

:spank: .....Extra weight? What extra weight? I just thought my tires were low on air.:D :D :D
 

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I have been trying to get in shape. Round is a shape isn't it.~!Awesome!
 
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