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    London Ladies Eastenders the Ballet?

    Why I refrain from the charms of essex the birds of basildon are too big on top.

    Drainpipe reminded me of this old hit,with the eternal lament of the old by the ancient,

    One day our kids will fondly rmemeber theiPhone,The fax machine or viagara as we recall the Surfboards,walkman,BSA bikes of Yore.

    As an internationalist I have done my best with ladies from Africa America Oz and Europe and settled for local lass here.However each time I visit London and San Francisco on my travels I see the supersize me style rampant.While no doubt "good sports" amusing big boned and grateful they are too much for me to spin.

    Skip to 7seconds for a taste of UK "culture"

    I used to have a job at a calendar factory.
    I got the sack because
    I took a couple of days off.

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    Fat, ugly, and talentless

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    UK women are fattest in western Europe: 1 in 12 are clinically obese - Health News - Health & Families - The Independent
    Young women in the UK are fatter than anywhere else in western Europe with one in 12 being clinically obese, a study has shown.

    Researchers looking at weight levels in 188 countries found that more than half the planet’s 671 million obese people live in just 10 countries.

    Just over eight per cent of females in the UK aged under 20 are obese while 29.2 per cent are overweight, according to research published in The Lancet medical journal.

    The study, which uncovered a “startling” surge in the level of obesity worldwide, found in the UK that among adults, those aged 20 and older, a quarter are obese.

    More men are fat than women with 66.6 per cent classed as overweight and 24.5 per cent obese. Among women, 57.2 per cent are overweight with 25.4 per cent classified as obese.

    Professor John Newton, of Public Health England, said: "The levels of obesity in the UK - and indeed, across the world - are of great concern. That is why Public Health England is putting in so much effort to attempt to reverse the trend.

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