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November 24, 2015

TOTALLY JUSTIFIED

South Carolina stripper attacks man after he tells her to lose weight

(Thanks to funny man)

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She only weighed 115-120 lbs. and he told her she needed to lose weight? I would have hit him too. Several times.

Some people just can't handle the truth should learn to keep their thoughts to themselves.

If he was 11 on a 1-10 drunk scale I only have one question : are we sure this didn't happen in Florida?

Aw, we've ALL done that.

"He identified the girl as a white woman, weighing 115-120 pounds with 'a muffin top.'"

Ohhhh...her!

Her derriere was a barrier to their making merrier?

Well, there's a classic non-starter. Instead, why not compliment her mustache ?

What was this stupid drunk thinking? Telling ANY woman to lose weight or honestly answering the dreaded question, " does this dress make me look fat?" has cost many, many men their house along with most of their stuff. He should count himself lucky he got off easy.

"Discretion is the better part of valor.". OK he was just stupid.

Key comment there:

Reminds me of a recent study that shows that women who carry a little extra weight live longer than men who mention it.

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