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What makes you think it'd be the other way around?

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#3
fat asses
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#4
No free healthcare as well, all those small infections and diseases also take years off over a lifetime.
#6
Yay. Screw you old age!
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#9
Quote by Dirge Humani
Its the proper denonym.

And I am almost positive Australia is more obese than America, or is is really fucking close.

I looked up right now "Obese Countries" and Australia is in 4th. Behind the U.S., Mexico and NZ.
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#12
Quote by Dirge Humani
Hm, I remember reading something a while ago that said Australia had surpassed the US. Oh well.

If we're talking about the whole population then probably. The article I found was on the adult population of the country.
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#13
Not shocked at all.
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#14
We think its better living longer than Americans? have you seen our elderly? can't even wipe their own behinds.
#16
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We think its better living longer than Americans? have you seen our elderly? can't even wipe their own behinds.



Dude, they are canny. Its much better to get someone else to wipe your own behind.
#19
Ozzy Osborne did drugs for years, he once licked up Nikki Sixx's piss, snorted ants, crashed a quad bike.

All in a days work for us Brits.
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#21
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Obviously. They're all fat and don't know what salad is




It's not surprising, though. We have a lot of fat people and a lot of young white guys who like to get impressively drunk and do stupid, sometimes fatal things.
#22
Banging, well I'm off to smoke and drink my weight in whiskey. In a bit.
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#23
That's cause the average Brit doesn't know how to party.
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Ozzy Osborne did drugs for years, he once licked up Nikki Sixx's piss, snorted ants, crashed a quad bike.

All in a days work for us Brits.

You guys really shouldn't be able to claim Ozzy. He's been practically American for years.
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#24
Not really surprised, America is one of the most unequal developed nations, high inequality has been shown in countless studies to have a causal link with poor health outcomes.
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#25
Quote by Dirge Humani
Hm, I remember reading something a while ago that said Australia had surpassed the US. Oh well.

Even if that's true, it would only be an indicator for life expectancy figures in the future. Being fat doesn't kill you immediately and the US has been number 1 for ages.
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#27
Quote by Ur all $h1t
Not really surprised, America is one of the most unequal developed nations, high inequality has been shown in countless studies to have a causal link with poor health outcomes.


This. You could take the US' top 60 million and it'd probably be better than Brittain's population. Add in the other 140 million of us, and there's a wide diaspora of violence and health issues that plague this country.

But guess what. Everyone's still comparing themselves to the US.
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#28
Quote by Gorelord666
I looked up right now "Obese Countries" and Australia is in 4th. Behind the U.S., Mexico and NZ.


I think it's safe to blame obesity on Mexican food now. North Americans, if you don't eat Mexican food you won't get fat.
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#30
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But guess what. Everyone's still comparing themselves to the US.

Meh, not really. Stupid people are. Those who look beyond GDP know that the US has massive problems in a wide variety of areas.
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#31
Don't post annoyingly big pictures because people will think its hilarious to quote/post their own.
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#32
Doesn't surprise me, my two best friends are very over weight and eat fast food at least five or six times a week, and when they eat they eat until they feel very full, if not sick. One of them is on Nutrisystem and goes for walks, but the fast food, pop, energy drinks, and daily smoking/drinking kind of make it useless. I'm naturally skinny but I'm going to start eating a LITTLE less/walk every day/lifting a bit because I don't want to become unhealthy.
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#35
Quote by magnus_maximus
No shit sherlock. Most obese major nation on the planet, access to firearms, police with guns, all adds up.


All of that was just hilarious, especially the police with guns.


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#36
That's surprising, you always see the english drinking and smoking and americans jogging an eating salads on tv. Why do you lie, tv? Also, how do Australians live so long? The other day I heard about a poisonous jellyfish off the coasts of Australia that's small enough to be easily-accidentally swallowed whilst swimming

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#37
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And apparently it's so treasured that they're gonna ax it in the next 5 years, as they move to privatize health care.



They cancelled those plans. That isn't happening any more.
#38
79 for Australia?!

I thought you guys all got skin cancer by 40.

(Or mauled by vicious spiders twice your size)
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#39
dear god. i'm going to live to 75 rather than 77? i could've accomplished so much in that time! my life! tragically cut down in my prime!

in other words, guess who doesn't care.

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#40
Quote by Ur all $h1t
Not really surprised, America is one of the most unequal developed nations, high inequality has been shown in countless studies to have a causal link with poor health outcomes.

Too bad that isn't the link here then.

"The researchers suggest that the relatively low life expectancies in the US cannot be explained by the size of the nation, racial diversity, or economics," says the document, which ranks the US 38th in the world for life expectancy overall.

"Instead, the authors point to high rates of obesity, tobacco use and other preventable risk factors for an early death as the leading drivers of the gap between the US and other nations."
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