1
88

[–] blue5car 1 point 88 points (+89|-1) ago  (edited ago)

Fucking Disgusting. On the bright side, it just dropped 30 lbs.

Pity someone else (as usual) had to pay for it's cundishuns.

[–] [deleted] 23 points 14 points (+37|-23) ago 

[Deleted]

3
101

[–] Sydviciouz 3 points 101 points (+104|-3) ago 

Not everyone is a sue-happy pussy.

0
45

[–] shart_in_a_fat_roll 0 points 45 points (+45|-0) ago 

/u/Sydviciouz summed it up perfectly in 6 words, so I'll elaborate.

It doesn't cost anything to ask ;-)

Except his dignity for claiming (to be an emotionally fragile cuntwad), his integrity (for lying), and the respect of his employer and coworkers.

0
0

[–] fryabeetus ago 

He should've sued if he wasn't allowed to smash it to death with his cart, but it sounds like he was.

[–] [deleted] 2 points -1 points (+1|-2) ago 

[Deleted]

0
67

[–] DeathBeforeFUPA 0 points 67 points (+67|-0) ago 

You need to put the crossed out fatty symbol on that trolley it just ranked a kill.

0
8

[–] ForgotMyName 0 points 8 points (+8|-0) ago 

0
2

[–] DeathBeforeFUPA 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

They used to have one that was like those but the fatty read easily mistakable for a whale. My Google-fu is too weak to find a copy though.

0
40

[–] inablackbox 0 points 40 points (+40|-0) ago 

Basically, all you really did was speed up the process begun by Lord Beetus. Now the ham can do what hams do best and finish the remainder of its meaningless existence on taxpayer's dime, and you have one less coporker to deal with.

0
12

[–] MrSaxoBeetus 0 points 12 points (+12|-0) ago 

PRAISED BE LORD BEETUS

0
8

[–] DelusionalHominids 0 points 8 points (+8|-0) ago 

For the lard giveth and The Lord taketh. Cursed be the lard. Blessed is The Lord.

0
3

[–] 4652762? 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago 

Sometimes, Lord Beetus needs a helping hand (or a foot).

0
0

[–] Llibby ago 

Doing the Lord's work, one leg at a time.

0
37

[–] EatingSteak 0 points 37 points (+37|-0) ago 

Life Pro Tip - if you can't feel your legs, and one of them gets hit by a machine, get it checked out

Or get your medical conditions under control, but that might be asking a bit much.

OP, could you clarify terms like "cart" and "trolley" - is that something like what we in the 'states would call a "pallet jack" or a forklift?

1
9

[–] crashtestgenius 1 point 9 points (+10|-1) ago  (edited ago)

Life Pro Tip - if you can't feel your legs, and one of them gets hit by a machine, get it checked out

Seriously, I dunno how it didn't go before this, that's some industrial level stupid right there.

Edit: how do you do the strike through on voat? Anyone know? thanks guys!

0
3

[–] PCOSBelle 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago 

If the diabetic is especially fat, there's a very high chance they'll be non-compliant with their diet and meds. This pig did get checked out, but if it refuses to stop overeating and monitor its glucose, this is what happens. Unfortunately, medical science will keep it alive for years to come, reviving it when it checks into the ER DKA every other month.

0
3

[–] Laudace 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago 

like this the third button from the right in the menu above the text or < s > tags(without the spaces)

0
1

[–] EatingSteak 0 points 1 point (+1|-0) ago 

Many people with the beetus (yes even those at a healthy weight) can lose nearly all feeling in their limbs - or at least, a numbness to the point where major trauma and a tiny bump are indistinguishable.

Some guy at my last job (of moderate size, maybe 5'10 and 180lb; age mid-50s) couldn't even use a smartphone - at least not a touchscreen. He just didn't have the mobility and sensation to use one effectively.

You go to the doctor, get treatments, but it's not anywhere close to a 100% control. Nor is it completely avoidable with a positive lifestyle.

The real tragedy in life is how many people have this harm needlessly who got it primarily from a shit diet.

0
1

[–] idontgetbacon 0 points 1 point (+1|-0) ago 

I have arthritis induced neuropathy, so I do end up with times that I can't feel my hands/arms/feet. Sucks, but I deal with it- mostly because I can see my feet. Worst thing that happened was I lost my pinky toenail without realizing it. Normally I just end up bruised.

1
3

[–] SatansFavoriteFukToy 1 point 3 points (+4|-1) ago  (edited ago)

LIFE PRO TIP - If you can't feel your legs GO TO A FUCKING HOSPITAL IMMEDIATELY!

How can fats not be scared out of there skin when they are basically half paralyzed? That would freak me the fuck out.

0
3

[–] FinallyRed 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago 

That is because you value your own mobility and longevity. Fats only value food.

0
1

[–] cico_cico_cico [S] 0 points 1 point (+1|-0) ago  (edited ago)

Nah, not a forklift or anything seriously industrial like that. It's like a shopping trolley, but there aren't any sides to hold stuff in and there are three levels where we can put the shit we've picked off the shelves. I think we use a custom manufactured trolley because I can't find any images on Google of similar ones. This is probably the closest match I could find. Imagine it's got three levels instead of two, and there's a mother fucker of a lip on the bottom level which seems to be designed to catch ankles.

0
0

[–] EatingSteak ago 

Holy crap - I had no idea one of those things could chop somebody's leg off. But I guess if it's ready to pop anyway... POW

0
26

[–] senpaithatignoresyou 0 points 26 points (+26|-0) ago 

Moral of the story: Never hire a fat.

Thanks to HR's incompetence, your company now has to hunt down a new employee, and deal with workmans comp bullshit.

1
5

[–] Lilina 1 point 5 points (+6|-1) ago 

And shitlord may lose his/her job because hambeast had the beetus and if the ham isn't completely in the wrong, they'll be fired for "negligence"

0
5

[–] Distancerunner 0 points 5 points (+5|-0) ago 

That's when the unlawful termination suit comes in, especially if obeast didn't follow proper procedure. If it were a normal human it would never have come to losing a limb, so firing OP for this (completely preventable) incident and not firing other people involved in the other workers comp stuff OP alludes to would definitely help OP's case.

0
2

[–] Ser_Poopyhead 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

I am assuming that Op is from Australia due to some of the terms used.

If he does get terminated he should go for unfair dismissal with Fair Work Australia. Unless he is a casual employee (they'll just stop giving him shifts)

He can take stress leave though :)

0
3

[–] ShitArchon 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago  (edited ago)

Case in point: at 8:36 of this episode, Randy admits he's a waste of money:

The only reason that I even have a job right now is because I work for my father at his store. But I feel bad because I can't even really do m'job.

Father: Since he's gotten that big, he works with me because--he's not gonna get another job. But it's still not easy for him. I can see him sweatin' and I can see him out of breath. It hurts to see him struggle, but it's my son and I'm trying to take care of him.

I don't even put in a full days o'work because I get too tired. Can't do anything too physical. I gotta take breaks a lot more because I get winded. My dad's employees, they'll catch my slack where I can't do something, they'll take care of it, and they won't say nothin' about it. It's embarrassing and I hate it...I love my family, but I shouldn't be here living with them, being a burden I can't help.

Of course his dad and sister are fat and enablers themselves. The big indictment for typical American fatlogic, however, is that Randy's mom is still human-sized and healthy despite having a lot of kids and living in a house full of people with unhealthy dietary habits and the resulting grocery purchases thereof.

0
17

[–] CJFish 0 points 17 points (+17|-0) ago 

Lesson to business owners: death fats are a massive insurance risk, never hire them!

0
11

[–] hypercat 0 points 11 points (+11|-0) ago 

I feel sort of bad for the owner. Massive workers comp and now forever disability pay. Still owners fault for hiring an eat beast.

0
8

[–] Demons 0 points 8 points (+8|-0) ago 

Yep. Another reason not to hire fat people: they are at high risk for workplace injury. They probably cost companies hundreds of millions of dollars each year.

0
13

[–] Daucus7 0 points 13 points (+13|-0) ago 

Wait, so it tried to blame you for hitting it? When it basically jaywalked right in front of you? I hope CCTV proving it wrong, and that it was at fault, helps in the worker's compensation claim.

0
10

[–] SUPREME_SHITLORD 0 points 10 points (+10|-0) ago 

Thats nuts dude. How do you not feel that shit. I accidentally hit my leg in that area with a chair and I had to sit for a while and quietly wept for like 20 min. I can't imagine getting to a point where you can't feel pain because you are SO fat and on top of that have the audacity to blame you. Yeah you might have triggered the incident but they caused their own demise by eating so much. Had this been a human they would have been in pain but not lost a limb.

0
13

[–] the_spectre 0 points 13 points (+13|-0) ago 

Beetus-induced neuropathy means that because your insulin levels are so unhealthy, your nerves in your extremities just don't work right.

0
6

[–] Ghetto_Shitlord 0 points 6 points (+6|-0) ago 

I have neuropathy in my left leg for non beetus related reasons (back) and if this happened, I would certainly feel it. I pulled a muscle in my toe and it still hurt like hell. Do these obeasts have 0 sensation or something? Fuck.

0
5

[–] crashtestgenius 0 points 5 points (+5|-0) ago 

Pretty much. Diabetic neuropathy is scary shit. I'm type 1, so I have to get checked for it every 3 months or so.

0
4

[–] EatingSteak 0 points 4 points (+4|-0) ago 

nd on top of that have the audacity to blame you. Yeah you might have triggered the incident but they caused their own demise

Unfortunately that is something that must be determined in a drawn-out, tedious manner by expensive lawyers. In the meantime, the employer is on the hook for cutting someone's leg off.

Look at how many fat sympathizers there are on reddit - surely some of them are lawyers.

load more comments ▼ (42 remaining)