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Old 01-09-2017, 02:43 PM
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I think a weight distribution hitch is required for this. . http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=3ba_1483890127
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OMG if that hog would have fallen out of that wheelchair she would likely be there until spring.
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Probably coming home from an all-you-can-eat buffet.
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That ought to be used in a Toyota commercial, that is one hell of a towing capacity...
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I was hoping to see her back her in.
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The enabler, co-conspirator, must be the driver. At this point the celebrity, victim, is not capable of securing or preparing, or serving food to keep up the weight accumulation. Think about it! At about 300 lbs, we lose the ability to move. Above 400, it is all about the enabler, pusher, nanny, etc. Cruelty disguised as support.

It takes two, or more! Even with a good truck.
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btw, did you get a glimpse of that camel toe!!! it's the size of a catcher's mitt.
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btw, did you get a glimpse of that camel toe!!! it's the size of a catcher's mitt.
That is the result of a gunt.
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Only in Kansas City... Maybe..
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btw, did you get a glimpse of that camel toe!!! it's the size of a catcher's mitt.
Now we know what your using that video for.
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Checked into a hotel last night and while at the counter, a man proclaiming to be 610lbs demanded only a king size bed. Apparently he didn't reserve one, but hollered at the poor employees insisting otherwise.

He said if he fell out of a double bed, either between the two beds in the room, or against the wall, he'd be stuck and couldn't get up.

I'm simply amazed how this happens to people.
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Originally Posted by John_Madison CT View Post
Checked into a hotel last night and while at the counter, a man proclaiming to be 610lbs demanded only a king size bed. Apparently he didn't reserve one, but hollered at the poor employees insisting otherwise.

He said if he fell out of a double bed, either between the two beds in the room, or against the wall, he'd be stuck and couldn't get up.

I'm simply amazed how this happens to people.
That is amazingly pathetic.
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