Drs: Mean Fat-Shaming Card + Chemical Burns From Deodorant

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The Doctors: Cruel Fat-Shaming Card

The Doctors kicked off 2016 with a hot headline about a woman who was handed a card that simply said “fat” on one side, while riding public transportation. The woman was devastated as she read the other side of the card from “Overweight Haters Ltd.” The card read “Our organization hates and resents fat people. We object to the enormous amount of food resources you consume while half of the world starves.”

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The card continued with “We disapprove of your wasting NHS money to treat your selfish greed. And we do not understand why you fail to grasp that by eating less you will be better off, slimmer, happy and find a partner who is not a perverted chubby-lover, or even find a partner at all. We also object that the beautiful pig is used as an insult. You are not a pig. You are a fat, ugly human.”

Drs: Mean Fat-Shaming Card + Chemical Burns From Deodorant

The Doctors discussed posts on social media that show chemical burns from deodorant and anti-perspirant. (64636759@N07 / Flickr)

The Doctors began by saying that whoever wrote the card, is an ugly human, not the person it was given to. They reiterated that “fat shaming does not work!”

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The Doctors: Fake 9-1-1 Call To Avoid DUI?

Speaking of “idiots” as The Doctors said, they then moved on to share a 9-1-1 call a woman made reporting a man beating his girlfriend in a parking lot. The woman clearly sounded like a good citizen, but it turned out that she was the one committing the crime! The 25-year-old woman gave police the fake report to avoid a DUI charge while leaving the local bar intoxicated. The idiotic part came into play when the woman decided to post on social media, calling out the “silly piggies, tricks are for you.”

The woman was charged with some pretty serious crimes, although none of them were a DUI!

The Doctors: Chemical Burns From Deodorant

The Doctors then moved on to share videos and pictures that were posted on social media after people suffered chemical burns from deodorant. It’s important to read all the ingredients on the label and look for the percentage of certain chemicals to avoid those that can burn your skin. Extra-strength skin anti-perspirant contains aluminum chloride which can cause the dangerous and painful burns. Always know what you’re using on your skin!

 

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