You’ve got to be a pretty awful person to humiliate your friend on national TV over the cost of a new toilet, but at least it makes for good television.
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Correction: I meant "this" not "in this".
I've never liked Judge Judy. The show is terrible, and in this didn't help.
Yes, the toilet broke while the woman was using it, but had SOMEONE ELSE been using it (someone who wasn't enormous/morbidly obese) the toilet wouldn't have broken.
Say the case was different. Had it been a criminal case, and she'd sat on someone's chest, crushing their ribcage, she'd be guilty of murder whether she intended it or not (murder in the 3rd degree, if she didn't intend it).
However, had she been thinner the person's ribcage wouldn't have been crushed.
So, bassically, what I'm saying is that that toilet DID NOT die of natural causes. It was MURDERED!
...Elementary, my dear Watson.
I just wished she addressed the elephant in the room. And yes, that was a fat joke.
That was an awesome ending.
1 stone is 14 pounds.
So if I weigh 19 stone that makes me a big man. ;)
1kg = 2.2lb
14lb = 1st.
6.363636kg = 1st.
12st. =~ 76kg/168lb
I'd estimate her to weigh.. .. lots.
Wow she's huge, and how many kilograms are in one stone you are all confusing me with your measurements of weight. And I weigh 65Kg and haven't broken a toilet.
Yeah, TopMonkey is right. Judge Judy is actually a form of arbitration and people agree to go on the show because the show will pay whatever Judy's monetary judgement is (if there is one). All the court shows work like that. So if you think you're going to lose, it's a good way to avoid having to fork out a bunch of money :P
Make no mistake Pirotechnix, Judge Judy has nothing to do with the legal system in the US. This is a show for entertainment pure and simple. In this case, it actually was entertaining.
Watching clips from court shows like this on Youtube is a great way to waste a few hours of your life as you alternatively laugh and sob for the fine legal system the United States boasts.
I weigh 9 stone and I did.
Luckily I was able to yell "ayuda me, por favor!" to a pool guy before I crumbled down.
I weigh 19 stone and I never broke a toilet.
I think that dicision was biased, but right throughout I was edging on my seat just WAITING TO HEAR, she broke it because she's a fatty!
Dammn right Admin, who would? Oh yeah.... she would.
Well teflon, I think I can speak for a lot of people here when I say I have no idea how much 12 stones is. Also, I think Judge Judy is biased towards the large ladies. And she must have had an expensive toilet to cost $650 to replace.
anybody else notice the triple chin?
I've never broken a toilet. I weigh 12 stone.
The fat lady broke a toilet.
This is statistically insignificant, but still..
i broke a toilet once when some russian gangsters were about to kill my twin brother, i took it up to the roof and threw it down on their heads...wait...no..that might have been boondock saints.
I broke a toilet in a hotel once cause I was standing on it.
In my defense, the only reason I did that was cause I got locked in and wanted to reach the window so I can call for help. In Spanish.
LOVE the thumbnail for this post, it would make such a great avatar.
Short and sweet. "Grow up!" sage advice.
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