Do I need to put on weight?

Discussion in 'CycleChat Cafe' started by screenman, 14 Aug 2012.

  1. screenman

    screenman Legendary Member

    Seems the majority of big lottery winners are larger in waist size than me, so is that why I am not winning. Or is it because I do not buy a ticket.

    Any way good luck to the winners and I hope they do a lot of good with all the money.

    My address is.
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  2. tyred

    tyred Legendary Member

    You can always borrow some of my spare flab if you like.
  3. Oxo

    Oxo Veteran

    West Yorkshire

    I think it's a case of weight and see what happens.
  4. asterix

    asterix Comrade Member

    Limoges or York
    Are you even a small lottery winner?

    In my case waist size can't be blamed since I've never owned a ticket. I'm not even sure how you do it.
  5. vernon

    vernon Harder than Ronnie Pickering

    Meanwood, Leeds
    Not forgetting inflation...

    See how the sizes of the prizes and the winners have increased over the years...
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  6. cyberknight

    cyberknight As long as I breathe, I attack.

    Land of confusion
    Well if waist size is proportional to lottery wins our syndicate should win big, the guy who sorts it out is on the fast track to RIP.
    EG of 1/2 a days food...
    brekkie .3 large sausage rolls, 2 crisps, 2 cans of monster energy drink
    snack ..whole packet of kipling cakes (6), 2 cans of coke size shephards pie with a good tablesppon of salt added, 3 cans of coke
    and thats just what we saw him eat at work by dinner time .
  7. ASC1951

    ASC1951 Guru

    No, it's because they have smaller brains. Lotteries are a tax on stupidity; alternatively, voluntary taxation on the working classes to pay for the leisure interests of the middle class.
  8. OP

    screenman Legendary Member

    I take it you are not middle class then.^_^
  9. Drago

    Drago Guru

    The chap makes a good point. A lot of lottery winners do seem to be Stella-for-breakfast lard-O's.

    On a serious note, is this a social issue? Is it that wealthier folk feel less need to do the lottery than some other players?
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