We’re doomed: the rot’s spread as far as North Dakota

 

Drop the Snickers bar and return to your bedroom

Drop the Snickers bar and return to your home

 Fargo woman passes out warning notes to fat Trick-or-Treaters.

The woman told the radio station that parents of chubby children are being “irresponsible” by sending them out trick-or-treating to collect lollies and chocolates door-to-door.

“I just want to send a message to the parents of kids that are really overweight,” Cheryl told the radio station. “I think it’s just really irresponsible of parents to send them out looking for free candy just because all the other kids are doing it.”

Giving overweight children more treats is “contributing to their health problems and really, their kids are everybody’s kids.”

No they are not your children, you stupid, stupid woman. Turn off your television and rid yourself of the modern conception that we’re all busy little bees in the colony.

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20 responses to “We’re doomed: the rot’s spread as far as North Dakota

  1. Walt

    Dude –
    I am not sure I can agree with you on this one, my friend. Don’t you hate it when the 150 lb. eight year old shows up at your door dressed as a Disney Princess? Especially if it was a boy? Stuffed into their little princess costume like an elephant in a tutu? Chewing on her magic wand like a lollipop. You don’t feel bad feeding the little slob another snickers bar? Plus, I agree they aren’t my kids, but I have to look at them.

    And what kind of candy do you give out at your house? Invisible venison? Road kill surprise?
    Your Pal,
    Walt

  2. Anonymous

    I agree with Walt!

  3. Peg

    Walt – if you think that the princess’ lard-o condition is a function of a day of frivolity and candy-gluttony – then you need some extensive education in watching food addicts for a few days.

    LET ‘EM EAT ALMOND JOY, SNICKERS AND REESE’S PEANUT BUTTER CUPS!!!

  4. AJ

    Hopefully, one of those fat kids will sue her for mental anguish. Or maybe one of them will get so upset as to commit suicide, and she’ll end up being jailed. Sounds pretty mean spirited to me; if she doesn’t want to participate, she should just turn off her porch light and not answer the door, and STF up.

    • housecat

      I was thinking much the same thing. If the “message” is for parents, why is she giving her nasty little fat-shaming notes directly to the kids? It’s just plain mean, under the guise of “gee, I’m only trying to help you.” If someone doesn’t want to participate in the candy festival, then they don’t have to. Just go out to dinner or a movie already.

  5. Anonymous

    Well, I hope all the fat kids of this neighborhood get together for some good old fashioned exercise in the form of toilet papering and egging her entire house. I don’t usually support this type of activity at all, but in her case I’m willing to make an exception. Plus, she will be encouraging “community” in her neighborhood.

  6. TheWizard

    The woman does have a point. Under obamacare, their kids really are everybody’s kids. Until age 26.

  7. Pinzgauer

    … Not to mention that there is always the possibility of a serious underlying medical condition and/or medication causing weight gain.
    As typical with the bee hive mentality, there is never any thought or research past first level information. Worse, they don’t even want to know more, since deep down they sense that it would rattle all their spoon fed, preconceived notions.
    How else, with all the information that is available if you look, could you possibly explain the current (elected) Executive Branch.

  8. Greenwich non-blonde

    Look for “Cheryl” at the next state of the union address. What’s her next project to tackle? Santa losing weight? We are a humorless nation.

  9. trayvon

    I do not know if I would classify this woman as brave, stupid, nosey, attention-seeking or a humbug. What I do know is that she will spend a fortune cleaning up her house and yard post Halloween! Tricks for her, NO TREATS!

  10. Riverslide

    She’s not asking the government to butt in and pass restrictions on candy distribution. She is doing it herself, with her own money. Good for her (though her comment about the community owning the kids is certainly off-base!).

    • FF

      Hear hear Riverslide. Let people be stupid of their own accord and don’t determine the end of American society because one person out of 335 million exercised their constitutional right of free speech, which is worse in this case because this lady is apparently also a Republican

      • housecat

        Frank, of course she has the right to express her opinion. However, since her message is allegedly aimed at the parents of these unfortunate kids, shouldn’t the medium be as well? Would you still support her behavior if she passed one of these notes out to your kids, because she deemed them unworthy? Further, suppose that instead of targeting obesity, her notes said that poor kids shouldn’t be wearing store bought costumes because their parents shouldn’t waste money on frivolous things? What if the notes told handicapped kids they needn’t bother wearing costumes, since society deems them misshapen already? It’s not much of a stretch, is it? Her behavior is just plain mean, whatever one’s thoughts are on the obesity epidemic.

      • AJ

        What she’s doing is bullying. Get back on message, FF.