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    X FACTOR flop Emma Chawner and her family are demanding more benefits because they are too fat to work. Link

    Prehaps if cut their benefit they would not be able to afford all that food?
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    Quote Originally Posted by zara_backdog View Post
    X FACTOR flop Emma Chawner and her family are demanding more benefits because they are too fat to work. Link

    Prehaps if cut their benefit they would not be able to afford all that food?
    Why not just lay off the chocky biscuits ?

    PS I meant them - not you dear Zara
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    Quote Originally Posted by AlfredJPruffock View Post
    Why not just lay off the chocie biscuits ?

    PS I meant them - not you dear Zara
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    Just loved the quote from the mother about buying pears ONCE but they tasted funny !

    Sorry, but I bet their food bill is more then £50 per week.
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    Philip gave up work as a lorry driver in 1997 after developing diabetes.

    He admitted: “I haven’t bothered looking for another job because driving is all I know, and I’d get too tired standing in a factory.”

    He says he now spends most of the day watching telly.

    He said: “We love TV. It’s on from the moment we get up. Often I’m so tired from watching TV I have to have a nap.”

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    Compulsory euthanasia draws nearer with every passing day....
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    Sorry, but I bet their food bill is more then £50 per week
    I suspect their BISCUIT bill is over £50 a week!

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlfredJPruffock View Post
    Philip gave up work as a lorry driver in 1997 after developing diabetes.
    too many punctures

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    Quote Originally Posted by PM-Junkie View Post
    Compulsory euthanasia draws nearer with every passing day....
    A bit extreme. How about just changing the benefits system? I say "just"...
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    No need for an expensive euthanasia clinic, if you make them walk to the clinic they will probably have a cheap heart attack on the way.

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