its not success thats the problem its what they did to achieve it... I mean ffs this place originates from an oasis forum so it would be pretty pathetic to be down on a band for selling lots of records. its pretty clear though surely that KOL took a mighty big suck on satans cock before they recorded sex on fire etc, is it not?
I am having an alright day btw. I have done fuck all lately and pretty much been forced to go through a load of stuff today in search of something which means actual minimal physical labour. I'm doing well though. I have rolled my sleeves up and everything.
Also: The bird I'm going Rod Stewart @ the O2 tomorrow has got us in a box meaning free bar, free ticket and I can sell my existing ticket on the way. Should end up breaking even instead of spending 50 sheets or something which is good but a corporate box at the O2 goes against everything I have ever believed in.
Bottom line is that unless you're a gym freak who's built as fuck, a BMI over 30 does need some action really. Being a bit over 25 isn't the end of the world as some people are naturally a bit bigger so it does tend to create some grey areas, but yeah Moz is right to want to do something about it. Also waist size is a pretty good thing to go by since central obesity (ie around the waist) is a big predictive factor for getting diabetes in later life.
You reckon? I know BMI calcs can be a bit shite with extremes of muscle but didn't realise height could skew it that much. 16 stone would put me still quite high in "overweight"
you'll be a bit overweight still but aesthetically you'd get away with it. once you're over 6ft the BMI charts i think are a bit skewed. (theres actually no basis for that, but bmi is just a guide for average sized people) i'm 6ft 1 and so long as i keep under 15 stone its not a problem i reckon. sadly i'm about 15 and a half right now...