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Batman's new armor makes him look fat.
Posted 1/22/16 , edited 1/22/16
lol. Better me careful Batman before you're on My 600 lbs Life lol
Posted 2/1/16 , edited 2/2/16
Hahaha, had the same thoughts when I first saw the costume for the upcoming movie with Ben Affleck.
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I bet he wants some of this.

....with a diet coke.


I just lost a little bit of the faint hope I still have for humanity..honestly why don't I just climb a clock tower with Cassandra already?


Man, I could pretty easily eat that whole motherfucker in a single sitting and be hungry again before the end of the day, and unhesitatingly would on the offchance it wasn't ludicrously overpriced like the food at virtually ever burger place in existence is. My current BMI is 19.9, and it's been pretty consistently decreasing at a glacial pace over the course of the last decade. I do acknowledge my weird metabolism is a rarity, but I am grateful for affordable food-gratuity where I can find it, generally needing around twice the intake of people with more standard metabolisms to even feel satiated.
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Man, I could pretty easily eat that whole motherfucker in a single sitting and be hungry again before the end of the day, and unhesitatingly would on the offchance it wasn't ludicrously overpriced like the food at virtually ever burger place in existence is. My current BMI is 19.9, and it's been pretty consistently decreasing at a glacial pace over the course of the last decade. I do acknowledge my weird metabolism is a rarity, but I am grateful for affordable food-gratuity where I can find it, generally needing around twice the intake of people with more standard metabolisms to even feel satiated.


It's not the caloric content I am concerned about, after all as you put it those with hyper active metabolisms can and do need a much higher caloric intake then your average person. It's the sheer amount of saturated fat, salt, food preservatives, sugar, and god knows what else in your average fast food burger I take issue with. That towering edifice of failure has that in spades..and then some.
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Gains armor. Loses mobility.



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I bet he wants some of this.

....with a diet coke.


Does the nurse come with that order?




Just what the Doctor ordered! Take two and call him in the morning.


Oh... Wait a minute... We was talking about Batman. Right?
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Posted 2/1/16 , edited 2/2/16

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Man, I could pretty easily eat that whole motherfucker in a single sitting and be hungry again before the end of the day, and unhesitatingly would on the offchance it wasn't ludicrously overpriced like the food at virtually ever burger place in existence is. My current BMI is 19.9, and it's been pretty consistently decreasing at a glacial pace over the course of the last decade. I do acknowledge my weird metabolism is a rarity, but I am grateful for affordable food-gratuity where I can find it, generally needing around twice the intake of people with more standard metabolisms to even feel satiated.


It's not the caloric content I am concerned about, after all as you put it those with hyper active metabolisms can and do need a much higher caloric intake then your average person. It's the sheer amount of saturated fat, salt, food preservatives, sugar, and god knows what else in your average fast food burger I take issue with. That towering edifice of failure has that in spades..and then some.


Ah, right, that. You do have a good point there. I'm a bit of a nihilist when it comes to healthy eating, since I've been unable to find an approach worth attempting that does not require considerably more time and money than I would ever be willing to spare on food. I invariably avoid all fastfood and convenience store products, and coincidentally shun HFCS merely because it tastes disgusting, but that is about the limits of my virtue in this part of life. (Actually hoping to just dismiss the whole problem out of hand by switching over to a Soylent diet once I've gotten a costly upcoming move out of the way.)
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Posted 2/1/16 , edited 2/2/16

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Ah, right, that. You do have a good point there. I'm a bit of a nihilist when it comes to healthy eating, since I've been unable to find an approach worth attempting that does not require considerably more time and money than I would ever be willing to spare on food. I invariably avoid all fastfood and convenience store products, and coincidentally shun HFCS merely because it tastes disgusting, but that is about the limits of my virtue in this part of life. (Actually hoping to just dismiss the whole problem out of hand by switching over to a Soylent diet once I've gotten a costly upcoming move out of the way.)


Fair enough, I suppose I am rather ocd when it comes to healthy eating. Always have been, I could never imagine otherwise. After all we only have the one body, might as well take as good care of it as we can manage.

Then again I suppose making a living off my physicality I am more sensitive and in tune with the need to stay in shape.
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Posted 2/1/16 , edited 2/2/16

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Ah, right, that. You do have a good point there. I'm a bit of a nihilist when it comes to healthy eating, since I've been unable to find an approach worth attempting that does not require considerably more time and money than I would ever be willing to spare on food. I invariably avoid all fastfood and convenience store products, and coincidentally shun HFCS merely because it tastes disgusting, but that is about the limits of my virtue in this part of life. (Actually hoping to just dismiss the whole problem out of hand by switching over to a Soylent diet once I've gotten a costly upcoming move out of the way.)


Fair enough, I suppose I am rather ocd when it comes to healthy eating. Always have been, I could never imagine otherwise. After all we only have the one body, might as well take as good care of it as we can manage.

Then again I suppose making a living off my physicality I am more sensitive and in tune with the need to stay in shape.


I would say your ethos on the matter is unquestionably the superior one between the two of us. Probably my physicality (i.e., having such a metabolism that I've never had to worry about growing unattractive regardless of my habits) has contributed to my devil-may-care attitude about the whole thing. Although I actually probably do eat marginally healthier than most people I know even still, which is a bit sad, since I am still definitely failing to meet the minimum intelligent standard out of little more than my sheer abhorrence for the mundanities of food-preparation.

But, again, there is the Soylent cheat code now. (Really hoping everyone doesn't find out twenty years from now that that stuff causes weird sorts of cancer, since I'll just be totally fucked in that case, but the currently-apparent health- and labor-saving benefits are just too irresistible to me.)
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Posted 2/1/16 , edited 2/2/16
Does this mean we can call him Fatman form now on?
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Posted 2/1/16 , edited 2/2/16
And, yeah, actually did just notice the small circumference of that burger relative to the girl's hand as a giveaway of its fastfood status, and will have to retract my earlier statement of willingness to devour such a concoction unhesitatingly. I had it pegged as a legit burger at first.
Posted 2/2/16 , edited 2/2/16
Nah that just the average American.
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Posted 2/2/16 , edited 2/2/16
YES! I thought the same thing when I first saw it.
Posted 2/2/16 , edited 2/2/16
We'll just call him Fatman.
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Posted 2/2/16 , edited 2/2/16
Most armor will realistically thicken or pad you out in areas as it's not really designed to compliment your figure if it wants to be effective. TLDR, armor can make you look very fat.
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Posted 2/2/16 , edited 2/2/16
Well he is getting up there in years...
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