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William Burns - 2009-05-15

That man is clearly not shaped right. He is either Bluto or a shaved gorilla.

Aelric - 2009-05-15

I think he stuffed his shirt with other shirts for his interview.

Also: I detect serious sexual tension between the news anchors in the last second there.

boner - 2009-05-15

It's like those shirts they wear on Star Trek to make them look not fat

ProfessorChaos - 2009-05-15

He's here to pump us up.

NineEleven - 2009-05-15

You are all so small. Is funny to him.

Big Beef Burritos Supreme - 2009-05-16

There's a tiny little insecure freak in there!

exar_kun - 2010-08-31

5 stars to William Burns for pointing out how oddly shaped this man is and for making us all feel better about ourselves.

revdrew - 2009-05-15

The "no chubbies" guy needs to get in there and kick all of their asses. Also, I love how this place has free pizza and free bagel days.

baleen - 2009-05-15

God, I would hate it if my job was to kick guidos out of a gym for grunting.

cognitivedissonance - 2009-05-15

Hee hee, "disgruntled".

Udderdude - 2009-05-15

Moar like planet fatness.

Rodents of Unusual Size - 2009-05-15

Planet Everyonesawinner!

StanleyPain - 2009-05-15

To be fair, it is kind of fucking annoying when you're in a gym and all you hear are the roid cases trying to do their reps of 1,000 pounds or whatever and just making constant noise like they're giving birth to meat logs or something.

8bitwintermute - 2009-05-15

Exactly, and those morons that insist on dropping the weights from waist-heigh so that crash down on the ground, then they look around to make sure everyone noticed what a big strong boy they are to be lifting all those heavy weights.

Dr Dim - 2009-05-15

The correct form for most Olympic lifts is to drop the weight, or you'll tear all the muscles in your back.

simon666 - 2009-05-15


Dr Dim - 2009-05-15

I've seriously disrupted the Power Yogacise class again, haven't I. No gold star for me this month.

Adham Nu'man - 2009-05-15

Strenuous physical exercise?!? IN A GYM?!? PREPOSTEROUS!!!

StanleyPain - 2009-05-15

There's a difference between exercise and the fucktards who mob the weight equipment so they can hang out and look cool and wait, one by one, while they take 20 minutes to prepare for a single rep of some ungodly amount of weight and make sure everyone knows about it, and gets 3 or 4 staff members to "spot" them (despite the fact they have their guido entourage with them). Anyone who regularly goes to a gym with good weight equipment is undoubtedly familiar with these douches.

chumbucket - 2009-05-15

not surprised, he's a prison guard, no one tells HIM what to do

Enjoy - 2009-05-15

I don't have a gym membership but I would be intrested in a gym that required grunting. If your grunting was not loud enough for people to hear you would be kicked out.

baleen - 2009-05-15

Is this the kind of thing you think about during your routine imaginations of the Castro district?

simon666 - 2009-05-15

Gyms in the Castro are about 50/50 gay men and straight women. There is no grunting, only encouragement and appreciation in the form of "Wooo! You go girl," and "uhhhuuuhhh."

Rodents of Unusual Size - 2009-05-15

Gyms in the Castro sound like they fulfill my expectations.

fluffy - 2011-09-05

Gyms in the Castro is the next up-and-coming punk rock band.

Dr Dim - 2009-05-15

These guys are a nightmare for gym owners not just because they "intimidate" other customers but because they actually turn up and use the equipment all the time. The people that pay their membership just to use the pec deck for ten minutes once a week (about half the members) are what keeps them running. These places have thousands of members, if more than 50 or so were serious bodybuilders or strength athletes spending hours a day in the gym it just wouldn't work.

I feel sorry for the guy who got kicked out. OK, he's a meathead, but his job pretty much requires him to be one. He needs a basement with thick walls and a few squat racks, not a mutually supportive non judgmental pro-fitness personal wellness centre or whatever this place is supposed to be.

takewithfood - 2009-05-15

Roid-monkeys are also beneficial, though. The way I look at it, about 70% of the people at my gym are young women who mostly show up in the hopes of meeting men (I can't think of any other reason why you'd put on makeup and perfume on your way to the gym at 7am).

The roid-monkeys are not only unappealing to the women, but they scare off the kind of guys the women are after. In theory this is beneficial to the gym because a girl with a boyfriend is more likely to skip workouts and spend time with her guy - if she's truly happy, she might stop working out entirely, and there goes a membership (not to mention the sessions she booked with that hunky personal trainer).

(Note: I don't actually believe any of this. 70% of the people at my gym are happily married and at least 60 years old.)

Rudo Magnifico - 2009-05-15

Five-starring your comment.

I once got threatened with removal from a gym because I was deadlifting and wouldn't gently and quietly place the hundreds of pounds of weight on the bar back on the floor, opting for a controlled drop instead.

This place deserves a crowd of 400-pound powerlifters showing up, roaring like a gorilla turf war, eating all the pizza and then leaving 14 plates on the squat rack bar and a chalk explosion when they leave.

Meerkat - 2009-05-15

Tits! Megaphone!


dienerinlb - 2009-05-15

-1 for not actually sounding the lunk alarm.

Syd Midnight - 2009-05-15

Remember in "Wayne's World" where the musicians store had a "NO Stairway to Heaven" notice? That's actually not uncommon.

Caminante Nocturno - 2009-05-15

Can Superman defeat the FUGITIVE OF PLANET FITNESS?

dead_cat - 2009-05-16

"No grunting or sc--"?

Screaming? Screeching? Scrote-groping?

kingofthenothing - 2009-12-08

I remember when one summer I was 17, I had the honor and privilege of working out with my great-grandfather, who was 86 at the time. He was a curious old man, and never afraid of anybody, and once he asked this large gorilla-looking weightlifter "Hey, does all that grunting really help you out?" The weightlifter replied "I don't know, but it keeps me from pissing myself."

So, I say "Grunt on."

MissLadyArtemis - 2012-07-29

Yes, please. Grunt on. I prefer not to walk around puddles.

Wombles - 2010-09-05

Gym discourages heavy exercise

The Mothership - 2023-01-13

And stars.

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