Goal set to shed stones

This Is Wiltshire: Martin Pulling is attempting to lose 10 stone in 2014. He now weighs 23 stone. Picture: THOMAS KELSEY Buy this photo Martin Pulling is attempting to lose 10 stone in 2014. He now weighs 23 stone. Picture: THOMAS KELSEY

FORMER Swindon doorman Martin Pulling is attempting to lose almost half his body weight before 2014 is out and raise money for a military charity along the way.

Martin, 44, of Jefferies Avenue, Stratton, worked doors in the town for 24 years until last Christmas, when he turned his full attention to his property and landscaping business.

He is attempting to lose 10 stone in this calendar year and take himself to 13 stone, down from his starting weight of 23 stone.

As he works his way through a new weight loss regime devised by Weight Watchers, Martin will seek donations for his efforts, which will then go on to Help for Heroes, which helps to provide better facilities for British servicemen and women wounded in the line of duty. He wants to raise £1,000.

Martin focussed on the current conflicts in the Middle East that British forces are involved in, in his reasoning for the challenge and chosen charity.

“I believe it’s a cause – I don’t believe they should be out there,” he said.

“I want to raise money for the medical supplies they need.

“If it can help in some way to help their families or medical supplies, or to get them back here, then it’s worth doing.

“I have had friends fighting, over in Iraq. It’s not really our fight, but I have to give them every respect.”

The weight loss regime has begun well for Martin, with nearly 16 pounds trimmed from his waistline in the opening two weeks.

The most immediate aim the 44-year-old has is to lose 10 per cent of his body weight before the end of February to stand a chance of being referred for surgery to remedy the carpal tunnel syndrome he suffers in his hands.

Martin has been turned down for surgery in the past because of his weight. He has been told a 10 per cent drop would greatly improve his chances of a successful referral.

“I want to do this for myself. If I lose 10 per cent of my bodyweight they will consider me. I have already dropped nine-and-a-half pounds in my first weigh-in.

“I’m not having cakes anymore. I used to eat a lot of chocolate and drink 40 or 50 cans of coke every week.

“By the end of February I’m hoping to have lost the 10 per cent.

“I have goals and for me to not achieve them, I know I would be letting all the people down who have donated towards a promise I have made.”

If anyone is interested in finding out more about the challenge or donating money towards it, they should contact Martin on 07827 321517.

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6:56am Mon 27 Jan 14

house on the hill says...

"""“I want to do this for myself"""

That is the only motivation that really works, trying to lose weight or change yourself for other people never lasts. I wish you well and I am sure it will transform your life and no doubt lengthen it too. I have never been overweight so I cant imagine how uncomfortable (or expensive) it must be carrying all that extra weight around.

Good luck to you.
"""“I want to do this for myself""" That is the only motivation that really works, trying to lose weight or change yourself for other people never lasts. I wish you well and I am sure it will transform your life and no doubt lengthen it too. I have never been overweight so I cant imagine how uncomfortable (or expensive) it must be carrying all that extra weight around. Good luck to you. house on the hill
  • Score: 3

9:23am Mon 27 Jan 14

Mango man says...

How do you let yourself get into this state in the first place? Fair play to him for trying to lose the flab but a bit of self discipline over the years would've saved his organs from the stress which they are currently under.
How do you let yourself get into this state in the first place? Fair play to him for trying to lose the flab but a bit of self discipline over the years would've saved his organs from the stress which they are currently under. Mango man
  • Score: -15

9:26am Mon 27 Jan 14

mrwoo says...

who ate all the pies?
who ate all the pies? mrwoo
  • Score: -17

10:59am Mon 27 Jan 14

benzss says...

Mango man wrote:
How do you let yourself get into this state in the first place? Fair play to him for trying to lose the flab but a bit of self discipline over the years would've saved his organs from the stress which they are currently under.
Is it windy up there on your high horse?
[quote][p][bold]Mango man[/bold] wrote: How do you let yourself get into this state in the first place? Fair play to him for trying to lose the flab but a bit of self discipline over the years would've saved his organs from the stress which they are currently under.[/p][/quote]Is it windy up there on your high horse? benzss
  • Score: 11

11:46am Mon 27 Jan 14

Mango man says...

benzss wrote:
Mango man wrote:
How do you let yourself get into this state in the first place? Fair play to him for trying to lose the flab but a bit of self discipline over the years would've saved his organs from the stress which they are currently under.
Is it windy up there on your high horse?
There's no high horse being ridden here, just get fed up with people with no discipline in terms of eating rubbish and never exercising being given publicity for doing what they should've being doing anyway. Surely the mirror. Tells a story before 23st is reached???
[quote][p][bold]benzss[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mango man[/bold] wrote: How do you let yourself get into this state in the first place? Fair play to him for trying to lose the flab but a bit of self discipline over the years would've saved his organs from the stress which they are currently under.[/p][/quote]Is it windy up there on your high horse?[/p][/quote]There's no high horse being ridden here, just get fed up with people with no discipline in terms of eating rubbish and never exercising being given publicity for doing what they should've being doing anyway. Surely the mirror. Tells a story before 23st is reached??? Mango man
  • Score: -8

12:30pm Mon 27 Jan 14

benzss says...

Mango man wrote:
benzss wrote:
Mango man wrote:
How do you let yourself get into this state in the first place? Fair play to him for trying to lose the flab but a bit of self discipline over the years would've saved his organs from the stress which they are currently under.
Is it windy up there on your high horse?
There's no high horse being ridden here, just get fed up with people with no discipline in terms of eating rubbish and never exercising being given publicity for doing what they should've being doing anyway. Surely the mirror. Tells a story before 23st is reached???
"and raise money for a military charity along the way."

"raise money for a military charity."

"raise money for... charity."

What a publicity seeking arsehole this guy is, eh?!
[quote][p][bold]Mango man[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]benzss[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mango man[/bold] wrote: How do you let yourself get into this state in the first place? Fair play to him for trying to lose the flab but a bit of self discipline over the years would've saved his organs from the stress which they are currently under.[/p][/quote]Is it windy up there on your high horse?[/p][/quote]There's no high horse being ridden here, just get fed up with people with no discipline in terms of eating rubbish and never exercising being given publicity for doing what they should've being doing anyway. Surely the mirror. Tells a story before 23st is reached???[/p][/quote]"and raise money for a military charity along the way." "raise money for a military charity." "raise money for... charity." What a publicity seeking arsehole this guy is, eh?! benzss
  • Score: -1

12:44pm Mon 27 Jan 14

Mango man says...

benzss wrote:
Mango man wrote:
benzss wrote:
Mango man wrote:
How do you let yourself get into this state in the first place? Fair play to him for trying to lose the flab but a bit of self discipline over the years would've saved his organs from the stress which they are currently under.
Is it windy up there on your high horse?
There's no high horse being ridden here, just get fed up with people with no discipline in terms of eating rubbish and never exercising being given publicity for doing what they should've being doing anyway. Surely the mirror. Tells a story before 23st is reached???
"and raise money for a military charity along the way."

"raise money for a military charity."

"raise money for... charity."

What a publicity seeking arsehole this guy is, eh?!
Indeed, as I've said, fair play to him for doing it, and doing it for a charity. My point was he should never have been in that state in the first place, this country is full of obese people who are a drain on services such as the NHS. I assume from your comments you too are a chubster........
[quote][p][bold]benzss[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mango man[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]benzss[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mango man[/bold] wrote: How do you let yourself get into this state in the first place? Fair play to him for trying to lose the flab but a bit of self discipline over the years would've saved his organs from the stress which they are currently under.[/p][/quote]Is it windy up there on your high horse?[/p][/quote]There's no high horse being ridden here, just get fed up with people with no discipline in terms of eating rubbish and never exercising being given publicity for doing what they should've being doing anyway. Surely the mirror. Tells a story before 23st is reached???[/p][/quote]"and raise money for a military charity along the way." "raise money for a military charity." "raise money for... charity." What a publicity seeking arsehole this guy is, eh?![/p][/quote]Indeed, as I've said, fair play to him for doing it, and doing it for a charity. My point was he should never have been in that state in the first place, this country is full of obese people who are a drain on services such as the NHS. I assume from your comments you too are a chubster........ Mango man
  • Score: -5

1:26pm Mon 27 Jan 14

benzss says...

Mango man wrote:
benzss wrote:
Mango man wrote:
benzss wrote:
Mango man wrote:
How do you let yourself get into this state in the first place? Fair play to him for trying to lose the flab but a bit of self discipline over the years would've saved his organs from the stress which they are currently under.
Is it windy up there on your high horse?
There's no high horse being ridden here, just get fed up with people with no discipline in terms of eating rubbish and never exercising being given publicity for doing what they should've being doing anyway. Surely the mirror. Tells a story before 23st is reached???
"and raise money for a military charity along the way."

"raise money for a military charity."

"raise money for... charity."

What a publicity seeking arsehole this guy is, eh?!
Indeed, as I've said, fair play to him for doing it, and doing it for a charity. My point was he should never have been in that state in the first place, this country is full of obese people who are a drain on services such as the NHS. I assume from your comments you too are a chubster........
Why shouldn't he? It's hardly any business of yours.

My size and shape is irrelevant as I do my very best not to judge people on their freely taken choices.
[quote][p][bold]Mango man[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]benzss[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mango man[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]benzss[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mango man[/bold] wrote: How do you let yourself get into this state in the first place? Fair play to him for trying to lose the flab but a bit of self discipline over the years would've saved his organs from the stress which they are currently under.[/p][/quote]Is it windy up there on your high horse?[/p][/quote]There's no high horse being ridden here, just get fed up with people with no discipline in terms of eating rubbish and never exercising being given publicity for doing what they should've being doing anyway. Surely the mirror. Tells a story before 23st is reached???[/p][/quote]"and raise money for a military charity along the way." "raise money for a military charity." "raise money for... charity." What a publicity seeking arsehole this guy is, eh?![/p][/quote]Indeed, as I've said, fair play to him for doing it, and doing it for a charity. My point was he should never have been in that state in the first place, this country is full of obese people who are a drain on services such as the NHS. I assume from your comments you too are a chubster........[/p][/quote]Why shouldn't he? It's hardly any business of yours. My size and shape is irrelevant as I do my very best not to judge people on their freely taken choices. benzss
  • Score: 0

1:40pm Mon 27 Jan 14

Mango man says...

benzss wrote:
Mango man wrote:
benzss wrote:
Mango man wrote:
benzss wrote:
Mango man wrote:
How do you let yourself get into this state in the first place? Fair play to him for trying to lose the flab but a bit of self discipline over the years would've saved his organs from the stress which they are currently under.
Is it windy up there on your high horse?
There's no high horse being ridden here, just get fed up with people with no discipline in terms of eating rubbish and never exercising being given publicity for doing what they should've being doing anyway. Surely the mirror. Tells a story before 23st is reached???
"and raise money for a military charity along the way."

"raise money for a military charity."

"raise money for... charity."

What a publicity seeking arsehole this guy is, eh?!
Indeed, as I've said, fair play to him for doing it, and doing it for a charity. My point was he should never have been in that state in the first place, this country is full of obese people who are a drain on services such as the NHS. I assume from your comments you too are a chubster........
Why shouldn't he? It's hardly any business of yours.

My size and shape is irrelevant as I do my very best not to judge people on their freely taken choices.
You're right, his personal situation is none of my business, however by merely excusing people like this of blame for the over worked NHS and other services, it doesn't help people to help themselves. Unless there is a severe medical reason, there is no excuse for anyone not to have a bit of self respect and exercise and eat healthily to stop themselves getting into this state.
[quote][p][bold]benzss[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mango man[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]benzss[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mango man[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]benzss[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mango man[/bold] wrote: How do you let yourself get into this state in the first place? Fair play to him for trying to lose the flab but a bit of self discipline over the years would've saved his organs from the stress which they are currently under.[/p][/quote]Is it windy up there on your high horse?[/p][/quote]There's no high horse being ridden here, just get fed up with people with no discipline in terms of eating rubbish and never exercising being given publicity for doing what they should've being doing anyway. Surely the mirror. Tells a story before 23st is reached???[/p][/quote]"and raise money for a military charity along the way." "raise money for a military charity." "raise money for... charity." What a publicity seeking arsehole this guy is, eh?![/p][/quote]Indeed, as I've said, fair play to him for doing it, and doing it for a charity. My point was he should never have been in that state in the first place, this country is full of obese people who are a drain on services such as the NHS. I assume from your comments you too are a chubster........[/p][/quote]Why shouldn't he? It's hardly any business of yours. My size and shape is irrelevant as I do my very best not to judge people on their freely taken choices.[/p][/quote]You're right, his personal situation is none of my business, however by merely excusing people like this of blame for the over worked NHS and other services, it doesn't help people to help themselves. Unless there is a severe medical reason, there is no excuse for anyone not to have a bit of self respect and exercise and eat healthily to stop themselves getting into this state. Mango man
  • Score: -1

2:13pm Mon 27 Jan 14

benzss says...

Mango man wrote:
benzss wrote:
Mango man wrote:
benzss wrote:
Mango man wrote:
benzss wrote:
Mango man wrote:
How do you let yourself get into this state in the first place? Fair play to him for trying to lose the flab but a bit of self discipline over the years would've saved his organs from the stress which they are currently under.
Is it windy up there on your high horse?
There's no high horse being ridden here, just get fed up with people with no discipline in terms of eating rubbish and never exercising being given publicity for doing what they should've being doing anyway. Surely the mirror. Tells a story before 23st is reached???
"and raise money for a military charity along the way."

"raise money for a military charity."

"raise money for... charity."

What a publicity seeking arsehole this guy is, eh?!
Indeed, as I've said, fair play to him for doing it, and doing it for a charity. My point was he should never have been in that state in the first place, this country is full of obese people who are a drain on services such as the NHS. I assume from your comments you too are a chubster........
Why shouldn't he? It's hardly any business of yours.

My size and shape is irrelevant as I do my very best not to judge people on their freely taken choices.
You're right, his personal situation is none of my business, however by merely excusing people like this of blame for the over worked NHS and other services, it doesn't help people to help themselves. Unless there is a severe medical reason, there is no excuse for anyone not to have a bit of self respect and exercise and eat healthily to stop themselves getting into this state.
if the NHS is unable to provide a good standard of healthcare to all and sundry, may I posit that the NHS is the problem, not the people.
[quote][p][bold]Mango man[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]benzss[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mango man[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]benzss[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mango man[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]benzss[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mango man[/bold] wrote: How do you let yourself get into this state in the first place? Fair play to him for trying to lose the flab but a bit of self discipline over the years would've saved his organs from the stress which they are currently under.[/p][/quote]Is it windy up there on your high horse?[/p][/quote]There's no high horse being ridden here, just get fed up with people with no discipline in terms of eating rubbish and never exercising being given publicity for doing what they should've being doing anyway. Surely the mirror. Tells a story before 23st is reached???[/p][/quote]"and raise money for a military charity along the way." "raise money for a military charity." "raise money for... charity." What a publicity seeking arsehole this guy is, eh?![/p][/quote]Indeed, as I've said, fair play to him for doing it, and doing it for a charity. My point was he should never have been in that state in the first place, this country is full of obese people who are a drain on services such as the NHS. I assume from your comments you too are a chubster........[/p][/quote]Why shouldn't he? It's hardly any business of yours. My size and shape is irrelevant as I do my very best not to judge people on their freely taken choices.[/p][/quote]You're right, his personal situation is none of my business, however by merely excusing people like this of blame for the over worked NHS and other services, it doesn't help people to help themselves. Unless there is a severe medical reason, there is no excuse for anyone not to have a bit of self respect and exercise and eat healthily to stop themselves getting into this state.[/p][/quote]if the NHS is unable to provide a good standard of healthcare to all and sundry, may I posit that the NHS is the problem, not the people. benzss
  • Score: 0

4:44pm Mon 27 Jan 14

Mango man says...

benzss wrote:
Mango man wrote:
benzss wrote:
Mango man wrote:
benzss wrote:
Mango man wrote:
benzss wrote:
Mango man wrote:
How do you let yourself get into this state in the first place? Fair play to him for trying to lose the flab but a bit of self discipline over the years would've saved his organs from the stress which they are currently under.
Is it windy up there on your high horse?
There's no high horse being ridden here, just get fed up with people with no discipline in terms of eating rubbish and never exercising being given publicity for doing what they should've being doing anyway. Surely the mirror. Tells a story before 23st is reached???
"and raise money for a military charity along the way."

"raise money for a military charity."

"raise money for... charity."

What a publicity seeking arsehole this guy is, eh?!
Indeed, as I've said, fair play to him for doing it, and doing it for a charity. My point was he should never have been in that state in the first place, this country is full of obese people who are a drain on services such as the NHS. I assume from your comments you too are a chubster........
Why shouldn't he? It's hardly any business of yours.

My size and shape is irrelevant as I do my very best not to judge people on their freely taken choices.
You're right, his personal situation is none of my business, however by merely excusing people like this of blame for the over worked NHS and other services, it doesn't help people to help themselves. Unless there is a severe medical reason, there is no excuse for anyone not to have a bit of self respect and exercise and eat healthily to stop themselves getting into this state.
if the NHS is unable to provide a good standard of healthcare to all and sundry, may I posit that the NHS is the problem, not the people.
So the NHS is at fault for being run ragged due to fatties taking up too much of its time and money is the fault of the NHS???? Brilliant comedy. Bottom line is people need to get off their arses and help themselves, oh and back to the subject in hand, that wallpaper, WTF
[quote][p][bold]benzss[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mango man[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]benzss[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mango man[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]benzss[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mango man[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]benzss[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mango man[/bold] wrote: How do you let yourself get into this state in the first place? Fair play to him for trying to lose the flab but a bit of self discipline over the years would've saved his organs from the stress which they are currently under.[/p][/quote]Is it windy up there on your high horse?[/p][/quote]There's no high horse being ridden here, just get fed up with people with no discipline in terms of eating rubbish and never exercising being given publicity for doing what they should've being doing anyway. Surely the mirror. Tells a story before 23st is reached???[/p][/quote]"and raise money for a military charity along the way." "raise money for a military charity." "raise money for... charity." What a publicity seeking arsehole this guy is, eh?![/p][/quote]Indeed, as I've said, fair play to him for doing it, and doing it for a charity. My point was he should never have been in that state in the first place, this country is full of obese people who are a drain on services such as the NHS. I assume from your comments you too are a chubster........[/p][/quote]Why shouldn't he? It's hardly any business of yours. My size and shape is irrelevant as I do my very best not to judge people on their freely taken choices.[/p][/quote]You're right, his personal situation is none of my business, however by merely excusing people like this of blame for the over worked NHS and other services, it doesn't help people to help themselves. Unless there is a severe medical reason, there is no excuse for anyone not to have a bit of self respect and exercise and eat healthily to stop themselves getting into this state.[/p][/quote]if the NHS is unable to provide a good standard of healthcare to all and sundry, may I posit that the NHS is the problem, not the people.[/p][/quote]So the NHS is at fault for being run ragged due to fatties taking up too much of its time and money is the fault of the NHS???? Brilliant comedy. Bottom line is people need to get off their arses and help themselves, oh and back to the subject in hand, that wallpaper, WTF Mango man
  • Score: 1

5:08pm Mon 27 Jan 14

benzss says...

Mango man wrote:
benzss wrote:
Mango man wrote:
benzss wrote:
Mango man wrote:
benzss wrote:
Mango man wrote:
benzss wrote:
Mango man wrote:
How do you let yourself get into this state in the first place? Fair play to him for trying to lose the flab but a bit of self discipline over the years would've saved his organs from the stress which they are currently under.
Is it windy up there on your high horse?
There's no high horse being ridden here, just get fed up with people with no discipline in terms of eating rubbish and never exercising being given publicity for doing what they should've being doing anyway. Surely the mirror. Tells a story before 23st is reached???
"and raise money for a military charity along the way."

"raise money for a military charity."

"raise money for... charity."

What a publicity seeking arsehole this guy is, eh?!
Indeed, as I've said, fair play to him for doing it, and doing it for a charity. My point was he should never have been in that state in the first place, this country is full of obese people who are a drain on services such as the NHS. I assume from your comments you too are a chubster........
Why shouldn't he? It's hardly any business of yours.

My size and shape is irrelevant as I do my very best not to judge people on their freely taken choices.
You're right, his personal situation is none of my business, however by merely excusing people like this of blame for the over worked NHS and other services, it doesn't help people to help themselves. Unless there is a severe medical reason, there is no excuse for anyone not to have a bit of self respect and exercise and eat healthily to stop themselves getting into this state.
if the NHS is unable to provide a good standard of healthcare to all and sundry, may I posit that the NHS is the problem, not the people.
So the NHS is at fault for being run ragged due to fatties taking up too much of its time and money is the fault of the NHS???? Brilliant comedy. Bottom line is people need to get off their arses and help themselves, oh and back to the subject in hand, that wallpaper, WTF
Well, people get ill, the NHS oughtn't be concerned with *how* this happens, unless you really want the efficiency, or lack thereof, of the NHS to determine the manner in which people live their lives.

Perhaps the NHS struggles because it is a bit of a dinosaur in the modern world?
[quote][p][bold]Mango man[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]benzss[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mango man[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]benzss[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mango man[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]benzss[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mango man[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]benzss[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mango man[/bold] wrote: How do you let yourself get into this state in the first place? Fair play to him for trying to lose the flab but a bit of self discipline over the years would've saved his organs from the stress which they are currently under.[/p][/quote]Is it windy up there on your high horse?[/p][/quote]There's no high horse being ridden here, just get fed up with people with no discipline in terms of eating rubbish and never exercising being given publicity for doing what they should've being doing anyway. Surely the mirror. Tells a story before 23st is reached???[/p][/quote]"and raise money for a military charity along the way." "raise money for a military charity." "raise money for... charity." What a publicity seeking arsehole this guy is, eh?![/p][/quote]Indeed, as I've said, fair play to him for doing it, and doing it for a charity. My point was he should never have been in that state in the first place, this country is full of obese people who are a drain on services such as the NHS. I assume from your comments you too are a chubster........[/p][/quote]Why shouldn't he? It's hardly any business of yours. My size and shape is irrelevant as I do my very best not to judge people on their freely taken choices.[/p][/quote]You're right, his personal situation is none of my business, however by merely excusing people like this of blame for the over worked NHS and other services, it doesn't help people to help themselves. Unless there is a severe medical reason, there is no excuse for anyone not to have a bit of self respect and exercise and eat healthily to stop themselves getting into this state.[/p][/quote]if the NHS is unable to provide a good standard of healthcare to all and sundry, may I posit that the NHS is the problem, not the people.[/p][/quote]So the NHS is at fault for being run ragged due to fatties taking up too much of its time and money is the fault of the NHS???? Brilliant comedy. Bottom line is people need to get off their arses and help themselves, oh and back to the subject in hand, that wallpaper, WTF[/p][/quote]Well, people get ill, the NHS oughtn't be concerned with *how* this happens, unless you really want the efficiency, or lack thereof, of the NHS to determine the manner in which people live their lives. Perhaps the NHS struggles because it is a bit of a dinosaur in the modern world? benzss
  • Score: -2

9:13am Wed 29 Jan 14

Martinpulling says...

Mango man can't even give his real name hiding behind a screen right to answer ur question don't you think it is wise to know the situation before you put two and two together to make five people like you that are the problem in society my weight lose is due to medical reasons to which I don't have to explain to you as for getting publicity why not if it's for the greater good and to see families of soldiers happy. Or other things then I'm all for it don't judge people by ur own inadiquate standard
Mango man can't even give his real name hiding behind a screen right to answer ur question don't you think it is wise to know the situation before you put two and two together to make five people like you that are the problem in society my weight lose is due to medical reasons to which I don't have to explain to you as for getting publicity why not if it's for the greater good and to see families of soldiers happy. Or other things then I'm all for it don't judge people by ur own inadiquate standard Martinpulling
  • Score: 0

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