Come on chaps

Can we help the ladies here?

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28/10/2002 at 10:19
Anyone else been eavesdropping on the pleasantly plump, gently rounded, curvaceous and virtuous etc ladies' club here?

Thread titles like that are getting me all steamed up. I mean, PHWOOAARR!

Striving all the time, of course, to be politically correct, I can't help wondering if we gentlemen can suggest more names for them? And do we prefer something like "the svelte and skinny club" or the "bounce for Britain club"?
28/10/2002 at 10:43
Hi Muttley,

Thanks for thinking of us but the Fat Club is not just for ladies. We have several men who pop along and chat about their weight problems too. When we first started the thread we did indeed consider many names for the club but the one that has endured has been Fat Club - it just gets a few variations form time to time!
28/10/2002 at 13:30
I look forward to the inevitable evolution into the Slim-n-Slinky Club.

In the meantime, just remember: there should be plenty of a good person (old Russian proverb).
28/10/2002 at 13:55
Thanks Muttley, I must be a very good person then!
28/10/2002 at 14:44
Mmm, Muttley, I will ask my Russian wife what she thinks about that one...
28/10/2002 at 15:00
hochin charashow gaspodin glenn

from personal experience I usually find it better to avoid all comments of all types on this subject. Finding the right balance of support, encouragement exhortation, challenge whilst hoovering up every available calorie is difficult. therefore i will not comment on proposals to change the name

do svydanya tovarich
28/10/2002 at 15:12
just to help you

Jono is fat - Dawn French is voluptuous
Widders is fat- Alison Moyet is beautifully curvaceous (saw her last night she was brill - what a voice)
Cyril Smith is fat- Betty Turpin is cuddly
Johnny Vegas is fat- JoBrand is ample
......do you get the drift

personally I am chunky as in monkey and the answer to does my bum look big in my new Nikes (when I get them) is obviously -of corset doesn't!

PS does anyone know what sizes R.Hill bases his trackster sizes on - my large waterproof DXB ones are very skimpy and low slung - hipster tracksters!

28/10/2002 at 15:50
By way of encouragement, I would add that I lost a stone and a half in three months when I resumed my running after 10 years or so. And it's stayed off. True, I gain weight slowly and lose it quickly, but even in my current state there's some spare.

As Bune points out, it's all to do with spin. Not a bit of me wobbles, but I will concede that bits do ripple in a manly fashion.

Glenn, the saying is хорошего человека должно быть много!
(dunno if that'll come out correctly)
They have a different perception of body weight to height over there.
28/10/2002 at 16:37
funny that

women wobble - blokes ripple ;]
Psi
28/10/2002 at 18:07
Have to disagree there Bune.

Jo Brand is FAT FAT FAT.

I'd not normally be so cutting but a career which consists of "I like cakes" and "Men are sh*ts" tends to make me a bit cynical ;)

- Si
28/10/2002 at 18:20
Psi
actually they are all fat but some of them are nicer people/carry it better / have more sex appeal/self confidence etc

I was just being mischevious with the boys who started this thread!

;}
28/10/2002 at 18:20
I actually quite like Jo Brand - although I have to admit the latest religious stint to her career has made me a bit cynical.
28/10/2002 at 21:52
Im FAT
No baeting about the bush here
Solid fat, but fat nevertheless
You could say cuddly, generously propotioned, ample, well rounded---
But the truth
Well i spose I can sort of run:)
28/10/2002 at 22:24
Nobody is fat,they are just large!According to the League of Gentlemen,debt collector. Therefore,The Large Club!
28/10/2002 at 22:26
ta!!
name for tomorrow if i get in first
Still doesnt sound uplifting enuff
Suggestions peeps?
28/10/2002 at 22:46
Can you lend me a pound for an ice cream?
28/10/2002 at 23:21
If I lend you a pound you'll only put it on a keep it.

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