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2 hours ago, Steve Bullman said:

Its an epidemic!

 

I remember when i first went to America some 21 years ago the first thing that struck me was how many overweight people there were. Now, its basically not much different in the UK

it’s the first time in humanity that poor people are overweight 

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1 hour ago, Khriss said:

( when I go to donate blood , Every time am drained by humphing great nurse. NHS should get out of that greenhouse befr throwing stones. ....... )

If I was " humping " great nurses all day I would be drained as well .

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Its all about Testosterone levels IMO They go down every decade in men so its got to take effect somehow after 50 years, and that produces eventually a generation of snowflakes as they are called of late.

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2 hours ago, Woodlover said:

Its all about Testosterone levels IMO They go down every decade in men so its got to take effect somehow after 50 years, and that produces eventually a generation of snowflakes as they are called of late.

This I don't get .  My  "spunk it up and billydo "  has gone down for sure ,  ( being nearly 67 ) not disputing that but my son is fighting the wenches off . Just coz you  is old and lost your  sparkle does not mean your off spring won't have any ...

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If this thread can go down further and even more off track - I will vote Boris J at next election ! K

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God , nearly said erection there ...... @@
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2 minutes ago, difflock said:

And what exactly does that got to do with supporting wor Boris pray tell  .  .  .

....just never ask ...... ever, k

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3 hours ago, Woodlover said:

Its all about Testosterone levels IMO They go down every decade in men so its got to take effect somehow after 50 years, and that produces eventually a generation of snowflakes as they are called of late.

That doesn't really make sense? Yes, hormone levels go down with age generally for either sex but that has no bearing whatsoever on what levels youngsters have, as Stubby said. 

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1 minute ago, Acerforestry said:

That doesn't really make sense? Yes, hormone levels go down with age generally for either sex but that has no bearing whatsoever on what levels youngsters have. A bit baffled by what you mean

I think he meant they go down every decade across the board, not per individual. If that’s the case where’s there report to back this up?

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