Doctors in the UK are warning that a bad or enormous diet, a dependency on alcohol and a lack of exercise could be as bad for you as smoking.
Research carried out at the University of Thamesmead has shown that a lack of enthusiasm towards useful activity or employment can lead to persons becoming lethargic and anally retentive which can often develop into obsessions, especially with food and eating.
Dr R.Sleeka of the Tervis Project, a government-backed think-tank primarily concerned with the effects of a huge diet on the human body says “These food obsessions can become all-encompassing, with the victim unable to perform simple daily tasks or duties without either cooking, eating or, usually, both.
This obviously has a detrimental effect on a person’s body, weight and, ultimately, their health.
The UK is cooperating with several EU countries in the search for a cure for this syndrome, known as Robertsia a most crippling, if amusing of conditions.”
In France, for example, some sufferers are encouraged to build a barn or destroy an outbuilding every time they feel like a snack.
As an additional weight-loss initiative they are encouraged to swim, often for metres at a time, spending minutes immersed until they are judged to be a danger to shipping.
If you have been effected by the issues in this blog, please call 0800 400700 and ask for a Grand Mac et Frites. Oh and get one for Trev, would you ?
I thought Robert Maxwell drowned
Experts now believe he may have been eaten.
I have some shorts that may fit him a little better
Well,well it was only a matter of time I guess…
Took longer than I supposed tbh…
Anything I can do to inspire the underweight and overworked of this world can only be a good thing…right?!
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