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People already lack self-control and need stomach pumps.

My post was specifically pertaining to overeating, seeing as how we're in a thread talking about cake. Stomach pumps obviously existed before this point.

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Originally Posted by kennyparker1337 View Post

Using yourself as proof, only desperate people would most likely need this.

Eh?

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Originally Posted by kennyparker1337 View Post

Meaning this item is not being made so normal people can now overeat, but to treat the people who already do.

Sorry, but stomach pumps aren't a treatment for overeating. Not overeating is the treatment for overeating.
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Next comes vomitoriums?
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I about puked picturing a bunch of chewed up food basically coming out of my stomach from a faucet in me then splashing into the toilet.
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post #54 of 103
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Originally Posted by kennyparker1337 View Post

People already lack self-control and need stomach pumps.

Using yourself as proof, only desperate people would most likely need this.

Meaning this item is not being made so normal people can now overeat, but to treat the people who already do.

The problem is that this pump is only a band aid and only promotes the problem of over eating and indulging in ones senses. People need to take a step back and realize that these "good" sensations last for only a few seconds or even minutes. Where are yesterdays good sensations from eating? People need to develop discernment and discipline and get away from the senses that life is based around as this "invention" is only promoting a clinging to the sensation of eating food due to the taste being perceived as good.

It's almost like inventing a pill for people with a sex addiction that will allow their brain to continually feel the sensations without causing brain damage. Eventually the sensations are going to end and what are they going to mean and show you then?

People will only suffer even more when they're gone because they cling.
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post #55 of 103
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So, it sucks out some of the eaten food, and replaces it with water.... Why not just chug a large glass of water before eating, thus feeling full sooner. That's what I do.

So much this.
post #56 of 103
Just eat some Aperture brand Repulsion Gel, It will bounce the food right out of your stomach.

Chariots!
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Just eat some Aperture brand Repulsion Gel, It will bounce the food right out of your stomach.

Chariots!

IMPOSTER!

Eat Propulsion Gel so the food goes through you so fast that it doesn't have time to absorb.

Chariots chariots.
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post #58 of 103
Everyone is so against it by taking the moral high road but if I could eat a steak, a cake, ribs and some chicken wings and have the pleasure of eating it, and just pump it out with no hassle why the hell not?

I mean, not that I could probably fit all that in one take anyway but... Why suffer? Isn't that the idea of the the future?

Why wait 30 seconds for your PC to boot when with an SSD it takes 15?

Faster better stronger.

If it will help the mentally sick, even better
If it will comes with your happy meal, hell yes
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post #59 of 103
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Originally Posted by MGX1016 View Post

Everyone is so against it by taking the moral high road but if I could eat a steak, a cake, ribs and some chicken wings and have the pleasure of eating it, and just pump it out with no hassle why the hell not?

I mean, not that I could probably fit all that in one take anyway but... Why suffer? Isn't that the idea of the the future?

Why wait 30 seconds for your PC to boot when with an SSD it takes 15?

Faster better stronger.

If it will help the mentally sick, even better
If it will comes with your happy meal, hell yes

Yeah, because a faster-booting hard drive is akin to drilling a hole in your body and attaching a tube, allowing you to suck partially-digested liquid waste out of your body.

This stomach pump is most definitely NOT "no hassle." It is big hassle. Big, disgusting, psychologically messed-up hassle.

My opinion anyway.
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Originally Posted by MGX1016 View Post

Everyone is so against it by taking the moral high road but if I could eat a steak, a cake, ribs and some chicken wings and have the pleasure of eating it, and just pump it out with no hassle why the hell not?

I mean, not that I could probably fit all that in one take anyway but... Why suffer? Isn't that the idea of the the future?

Why wait 30 seconds for your PC to boot when with an SSD it takes 15?

Faster better stronger.

If it will help the mentally sick, even better
If it will comes with your happy meal, hell yes

I was born and raised and taught to respect food. This is not respecting food. This is the polar damn opposite of respecting food. It's utterly disrespectful to anything that died to nourish you and a slap in the face of anyone who isn't as lucky as we are.
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