Merry Christmas! P.S. You're Fat!

UK's National Obesity Forum has a Christmas message to all of you: tell your loved ones they are overweight this Christmas, and maybe they'll live to see many more Christmases.

Prof David Haslam, chair of the National Obesity Forum, said: "Suggesting to someone that they should consider losing a few pounds may not be a comfortable conversation to have.

"But if someone close to you has a large waistline then as long as you do it sensitively, discussing it with them now could help them avoid critical health risks later down the line and could even save their life."

May we point out that Santa is fat? Link

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I think the first few comments about said it.
And there is no 'sensitive' way of telling someone they're fat. They already know it, they don't need some a-hole skinny bastard pointing it out.
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I was just about to post a comment saying something along the lines of "I think overweight people are already aware they're overweight," but I see the first two commenters agree with me.
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