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#25 - I really love getting actual encouragement from people who /ge…  [+] (7 replies) 06/06/2016 on sanity from an ex-member of... +5
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#33 - navikiller (06/06/2016) [-]
to be fair, smoking takes a lot longer to kill you than being morbidly obese does.
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#54 - colossusshadow (06/06/2016) [-]
I mean, you're not wrong, but you purposefully said morbidly obese and compared it to "just smoking" when there are levels of obesity and levels of smoking. it doesn't really matter which one "takes longer" however, BUT, smoking is pretty objectively more harmful considering it doesn't affect just you, it affects the people around you

"b-but muh obese people and raising kids to also be obese!" I mean I guess, but smoking affects people who aren't even your own kids, as well as children of smokers are twice as likely to pick up smoking.
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#37 - elcreepo (06/06/2016) [-]
20 years of smoking vs 20 years of being obese not morbidly

At that point, your risk for cancer is so high whereas the fatty might only be dealing with hypertension.
#55 - nagafever (06/06/2016) [-]
**nagafever used "*roll picture*"**
**nagafever rolled image** all of the smokers in my family have done so their entire lives, 1 person got cancer but she didnt smoke.

1 smoker got a heart attack at 42, but she also fat.
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#59 - munchlord (06/06/2016) [-]
Nice anecdotal evidence bro.
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#38 - navikiller (06/06/2016) [-]
both are killing themselves, i'm just saying smokers don't usually die as fast as fat people.
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#41 - elcreepo (06/06/2016) [-]
No, I think they're about the same.

A very fat person generally only succumbs to it between 35 and 50. Same general area as heavy smokers.

It's just that with both problems there's a level that will determine how fast you die, so a person smoking maybe two cigarettes a week and a person weighing only 50 lbs over their normal weight are going to die slower than a person smoking three packs a day and a person weighing 400 lbs.
#124 - Eh I both agree and disagree, some people try to make people p…  [+] (1 reply) 06/05/2016 on As expected 0
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#126 - leifbunny (06/05/2016) [-]
Well yes, I agree. A collection of 5 others CAN be more fallible than a single person, but it's less common. At least to me. When I join a game, I often wait for others to choose their class then look at what's missing. If it's a hero I'm not good at, whatever. It's just quick play, which is a great place to learn to get better at them. Like... I barely understood the whole damage amp from zarya's shields until someone told me. And I wouldn't have known if I didn't agree to play her.