Of course I am
Friar Gnome, an Muslim refugee who became a Christian and Friar F..k...forget about the Muslim and Friar Gnome...but I don't want a gut like Friar F..k
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I was a bit concerned about my waistline, that is until I saw that picture. Thanks, mate.
BTW, when was the last time Friar F...k actually laid eyes on his twig and berries?
i'm impressed, the lack of response to this thread indicates that most people happy with their belly..................
^ Either that, or you've struck such a cord that their busy trying to lose that gut on a treadmill.
I'm finding it harder and harder to keep the weight off. I'm about 205 now, which isn't bad for my 6' 1'' frame, but I still feel like I should lose 10-15 pounds. Until about 6 years ago, (about the time I got married, as a matter of fact) I was at 185. So easy to put it on, now, and so difficult to take it off.
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i haven't a great deal of height.
i need only hit 12 stone to be obese.
I'm 97, so pretty chunky i just want to shift 7 kilos then i'll be happy.
'After the game, the king and the pawn go into the same box'
quitting alcohol and doing atkins works really well also.
it really does.
Geez. What an interesting thread this is.
A century for sure
I don't like my belly. Of course I still appear god-like to you mortals, but being married sure has fattened me up.
you happy with your belly jellybubbles?
i wasn't, then i was.
it took some effort.
now i'm not again.
fat fucken farangs.
the trick is to eat less and exercise more. not exactly rocket science.