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Old 02-01-2013, 18:42
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A very Happy New Year to all CoCers both old and new

I have been away for a few weeks and only just catching up.

Saw lots of Chawner-sized folk at the Orlando theme parks I wondered how half of them fitted on the rides!

I am intrigued by Emma's job and the latest Alicia pic on Phil's FB - are there any more updates? Is anyone still FB friends with Phil or has he blocked everyone?
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Old 03-01-2013, 00:02
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A very Happy New Year to all CoCers both old and new

I have been away for a few weeks and only just catching up.

Saw lots of Chawner-sized folk at the Orlando theme parks I wondered how half of them fitted on the rides!

I am intrigued by Emma's job and the latest Alicia pic on Phil's FB - are there any more updates? Is anyone still FB friends with Phil or has he blocked everyone?
Welcome back Loz, I hope you all had a wonderful time. See the Chawners can't be quiet for long, there's always something going on.
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Old 03-01-2013, 02:58
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Welcome back Loz!!! I hope you did a lot of Chawner-spotting while you were away I bet your photo album is full of this

Ah man, I went to bed about 8:30pm, dosed on and off and now I'm fully awake. Doing a few other things, but thought I'd get onto Hulu and watch the first ever episode of Big Fat Challenge as I've never seen it. I have to say, I lurve this sexy number that Phil has on. Why doesn't he ever wear it again??? Sam's already going on about how she loves doing her friends' hair. These must be the invisible friends eh?
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Old 03-01-2013, 08:39
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Welcome back Loz!!! I hope you did a lot of Chawner-spotting while you were away I bet your photo album is full of this

Ah man, I went to bed about 8:30pm, dosed on and off and now I'm fully awake. Doing a few other things, but thought I'd get onto Hulu and watch the first ever episode of Big Fat Challenge as I've never seen it. I have to say, I lurve this sexy number that Phil has on. Why doesn't he ever wear it again??? Sam's already going on about how she loves doing her friends' hair. These must be the invisible friends eh?
Surely that's Aud's top and he's borrowed it for the filming. This is before he bought( or was given) his favourite purple shirt.
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Old 03-01-2013, 09:55
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Surely that's Aud's top and he's borrowed it for the filming. This is before he bought( or was given) his favourite purple shirt.
I'm sure I've seen Aud wearing that blouse. Wow, who'd have thought it, Philip Chawner is a cross-dresser. He makes Alex Reid's alter-ego, Roxanne, look very attractive. I wonder what Phil's lady name is? Lady Pip?
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Old 03-01-2013, 10:01
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It's bad news week In Chawnerville (though I doubt any of them read the Financial Times, so are probably blissfully unaware)

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Old 03-01-2013, 19:22
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Surely that's Aud's top and he's borrowed it for the filming. This is before he bought( or was given) his favourite purple shirt.
I'm sure I've seen Aud wearing that blouse. Wow, who'd have thought it, Philip Chawner is a cross-dresser. He makes Alex Reid's alter-ego, Roxanne, look very attractive. I wonder what Phil's lady name is? Lady Pip?
Is that why Aud doesn't bother with a bra anymore? Is Philth wearing it?? (they probably are a similar size in the moob dept ) God that bra in the first episode was disgusting!

It's bad news week In Chawnerville (though I doubt any of them read the Financial Times, so are probably blissfully unaware)

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I heard that on the radio this morning! How are they going to properly distinguish between who is slovenly and who is actually bigger due to illness/medication? The Chubbs will obviously get out of it as they'll say they're fat due to illness and "Ooh, me poor heart. Ooooh..." (I also loved how Aud called the doctor a friend - the doc probably slams their head off the desk when they see that they're coming in!!). I did agree with that comment about how you're gonna tell if they're actually doing anything at the gym. All you'd have to do is walk in, sit on a chair and do bugger all.

I'm classed as obese, but you wouldn't think it to look at me, and I'm very active (well, when I've not went mental! ) I'd love to see them docking FatCat expenses instead if they don't lose weight. Bunch of gits. I'll save that argument for another day though.
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Old 04-01-2013, 11:41
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Been chawning out in front of Hulu watching every eposode of LK's big fat waste of oxygen, i even sat in my own piss just to get a feel for having my own reality show. OMFG is all i can say. Aud is the reason they are all so unmotivated, what a slovenly waste of organs.
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Old 06-01-2013, 01:02
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Been chawning out in front of Hulu watching every eposode of LK's big fat waste of oxygen, i even sat in my own piss just to get a feel for having my own reality show. OMFG is all i can say. Aud is the reason they are all so unmotivated, what a slovenly waste of organs.
I read that obese people on benefits are going to have them cut unless they exercise and lose weight. Does that mean all the Chawners will be back at the gym and working hard to get the pounds off? If not, it will definitely muck up their money.
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Old 06-01-2013, 19:32
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I'm still desperate to know EXACTLY what they eat in a day. How many calories do they genuinely put away when the cameras aren't rolling? (not that they put much less away when they're not )

Think I'll watch a few more episodes on Hulu tonight (I shall not be pigging out though)
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Old 06-01-2013, 20:25
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Seeing as Sam put on 17lbs in a mere 5 weeks, I'd hazard a guess they eat rather more than they claim to - a bowl of cereal, some fruit and yoghurt and a Weight Watcher's ready meal.
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Old 07-01-2013, 09:19
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Seeing as Sam put on 17lbs in a mere 5 weeks, I'd hazard a guess they eat rather more than they claim to - a bowl of cereal, some fruit and yoghurt and a Weight Watcher's ready meal.
And that's just the snacks. Then there's the sausages, cos there's not much else is there, the trifle, the hot cross buns and the crisps and fizzy drinks.plus if Sam is still waitressing there's all the food she brings home and makes them eat.
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Old 07-01-2013, 14:48
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Seeing as Sam put on 17lbs in a mere 5 weeks, I'd hazard a guess they eat rather more than they claim to - a bowl of cereal, some fruit and yoghurt and a Weight Watcher's ready meal.
That is one hell of an amount to put back in in 5 weeks. That's what, just over 3lbs a week?

And that's just the snacks. Then there's the sausages, cos there's not much else is there, the trifle, the hot cross buns and the crisps and fizzy drinks.plus if Sam is still waitressing there's all the food she brings home and makes them eat.
I wonder if she is allowed to bring things home. The saddest day of my life was when my OH's brother was no longer allowed to bring left over KFC home for me to devour Bah!

Watched the episode last night where Phil threw his hissy fit cos he wasn't going to France. Quite scary thing is I could see my OH's dad shine through when Phil was like that. How can people actually be like that That woman in France was a bit mental though wasn't she, for those that remember her? Did Phil think the girls were going on a holiday or something? A wee bit of exercise then it's off to the Eiffel Tower and Champs-Elysées for some sightseeing??? Nowt stopping him from getting the train to France for a few days. What a miserable cu Next Tuesday he is!
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Old 07-01-2013, 14:52
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That is one hell of an amount to put back in in 5 weeks. That's what, just over 3lbs a week?



I wonder if she is allowed to bring things home. The saddest day of my life was when my OH's brother was no longer allowed to bring left over KFC home for me to devour Bah!

Watched the episode last night where Phil threw his hissy fit cos he wasn't going to France. Quite scary thing is I could see my OH's dad shine through when Phil was like that. How can people actually be like that That woman in France was a bit mental though wasn't she, for those that remember her? Did Phil think the girls were going on a holiday or something? A wee bit of exercise then it's off to the Eiffel Tower and Champs-Elysées for some sightseeing??? Nowt stopping him from getting the train to France for a few days. What a miserable cu Next Tuesday he is!
Eurostar seats are snug, so I doubt he'd fit......

Then there's the little matter of a passport and medical insurance.
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Old 07-01-2013, 15:20
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Eurostar seats are snug, so I doubt he'd fit......

Then there's the little matter of a passport and medical insurance.
If they can afford all those sausages and laptops, they can afford passports! I'm sure Phil would be happy going with nowt but an e111 card (or whatever it's called now). They don't exactly stand at the border and demand to see your insurance documents. They could take the car and make a week of it. Think of all the cheese and funny tasting sausages he could smuggle back under his moobs
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Old 07-01-2013, 15:40
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If they can afford all those sausages and laptops, they can afford passports! I'm sure Phil would be happy going with nowt but an e111 card (or whatever it's called now). They don't exactly stand at the border and demand to see your insurance documents. They could take the car and make a week of it. Think of all the cheese and funny tasting sausages he could smuggle back under his moobs
Just no need!!!!

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Old 08-01-2013, 10:18
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New Obesity quick-fix invented by scientists in USA.

It's truly a Chawner dream come true - basically you can eat what you like and then plug in a machine to suck most of the food out of your stomach before you digest it.

You think I am joking right? Seriously you couldn't make this up.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/ar...-calories.html

Who's going to buy the Chawners one each for their Birthdays?

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Old 08-01-2013, 16:43
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New Obesity quick-fix invented by scientists in USA.

It's truly a Chawner dream come true - basically you can eat what you like and then plug in a machine to suck most of the food out of your stomach before you digest it.

You think I am joking right? Seriously you couldn't make this up.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/ar...-calories.html

Who's going to buy the Chawners one each for their Birthdays?

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Sounds like a Chawner's dream come true! I see it only sooks a third of your dinner out of you though, so the Chawns will still be well overweight Can't someone just give them some Orlistat? They'd be fighting each other for the bog like a family with the runs in Magaluf
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Old 08-01-2013, 18:11
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Sounds like a Chawner's dream come true! I see it only sooks a third of your dinner out of you though, so the Chawns will still be well overweight Can't someone just give them some Orlistat? They'd be fighting each other for the bog like a family with the runs in Magaluf
As Aud takes five minutes to crawl up the stairs I dread to think of the resulting mess they'll make in rushing for the loo - they'd all have to wear adult nappies!

*sorry if anyone's just had their tea!*
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Old 08-01-2013, 18:35
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As Aud takes five minutes to crawl up the stairs I dread to think of the resulting mess they'll make in rushing for the loo - they'd all have to wear adult nappies!

*sorry if anyone's just had their tea!*
I'm surprised she doesn't wear one to be honest! I mean, she's sat on towels before, so what's the difference? I know I shouldn't laugh at incontinence, but seriously, she's brought it on herself. I dread to think of her on Orlistat. The sofa would need to be clingfilmed and sprayed with Scotchguard
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Old 08-01-2013, 18:49
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I'm surprised she doesn't wear one to be honest! I mean, she's sat on towels before, so what's the difference? I know I shouldn't laugh at incontinence, but seriously, she's brought it on herself. I dread to think of her on Orlistat. The sofa would need to be clingfilmed and sprayed with Scotchguard
Mind you, reading about Orlistat's side effects it sounds as if normal people would have to wear some form of protection in order to avoid oily 'downstairs' stains......
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Old 08-01-2013, 19:14
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Mind you, reading about Orlistat's side effects it sounds as if normal people would have to wear some form of protection in order to avoid oily 'downstairs' stains......
One of my mates was on it for a while and was dead proud of the erm, 'colours' she managed to achieve on the throne! Mind you, she was no longer able to enjoy a good guff every now and then as it was a dangerous idea
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Old 08-01-2013, 20:06
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New Obesity quick-fix invented by scientists in USA.

It's truly a Chawner dream come true - basically you can eat what you like and then plug in a machine to suck most of the food out of your stomach before you digest it.

You think I am joking right? Seriously you couldn't make this up.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/ar...-calories.html

Who's going to buy the Chawners one each for their Birthdays?

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That is a revolting device. It's almost promoting bulimia but without the need for vomiting.
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Old 08-01-2013, 20:38
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That is a revolting device. It's almost promoting bulimia but without the need for vomiting.
It truly is disgusting What I've never understood about grossly obese people is how they actually get their hands on the food that's killing them if they can't even get out of bed. Surely not every child/carer etc is willing to participate, or do they do what the person wants because they think it will show that they love them? What a strange and saddening world to be in.
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Old 08-01-2013, 20:59
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Helloo - I have not been on in ages, but have just caught up with everything. I am still 'friends' with Philth on FB, but he doesn't seem to say much. As to him having 'rights' to see his grandchild he is sadly mistaken. Grandparents have absolutely no rights to access to grandchildren. However, it will keep him busy trying lol!!
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