Tuesday, December 02, 2008

How Not to Battle Obesity

Canada, as ever, doesn't get it.

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  1. Good grief. If obesity is a disability then it is a self-inflicted one. Perhaps Canadian Airlines should come up with a separate Moose-class seating area.

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  2. Better get the BQ fired up, and a trip to the butchers for a few tbones, and not forgetting a case of gassy liquid from the offy! The extra seat will be mine.

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  3. Bloody Canadians. They get off lightly, though that's because nobody cares, which is perhaps punishment enough.

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  4. they are disabled to stop eating when not hungry.

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  5. do short Canadians get a booster seat, or maybe a bench to go across the arms like in the barbers!

    the visually impaired should have a seaside telescope to enable them to watch the girl do the safety demonstration.

    when considered, there is no end of discrimination on these airlines.

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  6. The NHS has been spending oodles of our money on specially strengthened bogs and ancillary equipment for the fatties, so whats the difference.
    Hang on, passengers can always use a different airline.
    One upside, it may stop fellow passengers being half crushed to death.

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