Monday, April 21, 2008

I genuinely don't know what to make of this.

There is a whole host of cheap shots and bad puns I could make, but (perhaps the better part of me) doesn't want to make them.

However, I do feel the need to comment on this:

Mr Prescott, who stepped down from Labour's front bench last year after ten years as deputy PM, said people would never suspect he suffered from the disorder and that some could accuse him of not being "a very successful bulimic" because his weight did not drop.
That's got to be a bummer, hasn't it? You have bulimia but the one associated *perk* (for want of a better word) - of getting thin - doesn't happen to you. Maybe that's why Prezza was so angry back when he was Deputy PM.

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At 10:12 am , Blogger Letters From A Tory said...

Bulimia is not necessarily associated with weight loss, so it doesn't suprise me - plus he was using taxpayers money to spend on his own food, which should have helped him keep his weight up in any case.

 

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