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Man who never eats

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by Waterlily, May 11, 2010.


  1. Waterlily

    Waterlily Amused

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    thats pretty freaky
     
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    This was in the sun last week...i just find it strange how can you survive without food
     
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    Thats mad, i have gone a day or 2 with no food when ill but thats bizzar :)
     
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    I didn't think that was physically possible :confused:. Sounds really bizarre but hey if they prove it they might be able to help others. Still the whole elixer thing I find hard to believe
     
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    sorry but i think this mr jani is totally deluded!!!

    what a load of rubbish!!! it IS impossible to survive for this long without food or water and i think its very irrisponsible ( *waves finger) to suggest otherwise cos ppl out there esp young ppl , like ppl that have anorexia ,will think it really is ok to not eat or drink!! and get away with it!! look how many anorexics have died....rubbish i think!
     
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    it has been proven that in the 15 days of the study, he hasn't eaten, drank or gone to the toilet in that entire time. they have watched him 24/7 during those 15 days, so it's obviously real but i find it very strange.
     
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    I dont believe it can happen, you got to have water to survive, so where is he getting it from, unless he is drinking his own wee?????????? ewwww. I wont even say what the other thing he could be eating is ;)

    You HAVE to eat and drink to live...........
     
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    how weird is that :confused1:
     
  11. Waterlily

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    hmm I wonder what it could be ;) :lol:
    I dont know what to believe tbh but the facts for it are building up :confused1:
     
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    Slightly suspiscious that they wont let an independent team come and verify the hospitals findings! Could be abit of foul play methinks!!:D
    Besides what he claims is impossible, whilst you can last a surprising amount of time without food and to a lesser extent without water your blood test results will always show this. Its a con..:rolleyes:
     
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    The longest I've gone without food is about 12 hours. Then I woke up and had breakfast :lol:
     
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    :laugh: Same here :lol:

    That's some crazy sh!t!:eek:
     
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