Boris has banned the rest of us from seeing crisp ads on TV simply because he’s a porker and Carrie wants him to look like Brad Pitt. Some hope.
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Boris Johnson would be the first to admit he was fat. He said so after having a very dangerous brush with Covid.
Does anybody seriously think he became obese by being persuaded through a TV ad to have a packet of crisps by Gary Lineker.
Yet Boris has decided to have a 9pm watershed on junk food adverts and a total online ban. How bloody ridiculous and a complete waste of time. No fat kid will lose one ounce but food firms and hard-pressed media will suffer.
The new rules will apply to everything we like; soft drinks, cakes, chocolate, ice cream, pastries, biscuits, milkshakes, breakfast cereals, pizza, ready meals, crisps and chips.
Apparently everybody is worried about childhood obesity. I’m not. I’m worried about useless parents who cannot control the eating habits of greedy and idle children.
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It’s absolutely down to the parents to lead the way. Stop ordering so many so many takeaways would be helpful. Making the fat kids do some exercise instead of turning Fortnite into Monthnite would be helpful.
On this subject Boris is a disappointment. He’s always railing against the Nanny state and yet he supports this idea which I guarantee will have no effect.
It would do a lot more good if he lost another 40lbs and was an inspiration to Carrie, who being 20 years his junior want to lie next to Brad Pitt rather than a beached whale.
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