Sign of our (fat) times


So what does a toilet for fatties look like?
Here’s a regular toilet

And here’s a toilet for the obese:

H/t Armstrong & Getty
At the rate we’re going, in 18 years, by the year 2030, more than 4 of every 10 (42%) Americans may become obese and 11% could be severely obese, adding billions of dollars to health care costs. That means 32 million more obese Americans within two decades, on top of the almost 78 million people (1 out of every 3 Americans or 36% of the total U.S. population) who were already obese in 2010.
For more on what “obesity” means and how it is measured, go here!
~Eowyn

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Anonymous
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Anonymous

Whole new meaning to the term “wide load”…

Dave
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Dave

LOL – Maybe the drain pipe is too small.
-Dave

Julia
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Julia

I wouldn’t have thought of a person being so huge that a toilet would crack under their weight! When I was a kid I remember sitting in the van with my siblings while our mother went into a store for a few minutes. We saw this woman walk out of the store who was so huge, when she sat down in her car the entire car lunged forward with her weight, and then back. When she buckled herself in, she was too big for the seat-belt to fit around her, so she had to combine two seat-belts. She pulled her… Read more »

Liz
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Liz

I noticed the same thing about the marker lol! I have both sitting in front of me, and they are identical in length.

LTG
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Speaking of obesity, the global elite has a plan to change all that! It involves immunization that messes with the CCK neurotransmitters and peptides in the digestive process that control appetite and satiety.
https://theintelhub.com/2012/07/12/global-elite-using-obesity-vaccines-to-alter-minds-and-curb-consumption/
The downside is CCK affects brain function and has been used experimentally to induce anxiety/panic attacks and schizophrenia! Everyone’s genetic response to CCK manipulation is different.
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22188045
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/8737954
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22275853

Christine A Hall
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Our dr has one of these! It’s still porcelain, Hardnox. But as one who uses the WC as a refuge from kids (long grown) and still sits and read until time gets away from me big time – these are MIIIIIGHTY comfy!! Now for a backrest and I’d be set for a week! LOL!! No “potty lines” in your thighs that hurt like heck when you finally realize you’ve only been in there for 45 minutes! (And it WAS a refuge when the boys were little! *grin*)

OyiaBrown
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Reblogged this on OyiaBrown.

Christy
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Christy

Thanks, I was wondering the same thing!!

Cindee
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Cindee

I think you’re seeing the drain hole