Man Sues Internet Chat Room Pals
Seriously, people. If you're going to be a fat, bald, old guy hanging out in chat rooms - wait, if you're going to be anyone hanging out in chat rooms - at least have the dignity and self-worth not to take it too seriously. But no, this particular fat old guy says he was humiliated and deserves to sue. He further says he suffered "severe emotional distress and physical injury that is of a nature no reasonable man could be expected to endure it." I don't know what 'physical injury' means, unless it is supposed to mean injuring himself while bending over trying to pull up his pants after helpful cool chatters robbed him of his dignity and his lunch money.
It just makes no sense to insist you can't be humiliated in chat room. Are you not aware that fat girls putting up fake pictures to seduce fat creepy men putting up fake pictures is the whole reason for the game? It's like some old guy in California insisting he is too old and sick to die for his crimes. Or that, surprise, obese people actually like eating and don't want to lose weight. Well, they may want to lose weight, they just don't want to eat less to do it.
So I'll spend some time replaying last night's "Dancing With The Stars" episode. Why? Because Stacy Kiebler totally ruled in it:
Actually, after seeing that picture it makes no sense that fat people don't want to lose weight. Though I can understand the eating thing. Who wouldn't want to ingest 6,000 calories a day and still look like Stacy? The study was in England, so maybe they just figure they have no chance of being attractive anyway.