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What's your BMI?

What's your Body Mass Index?   34 members have voted

  1. 1.

    • Below 18.5 (underweight)
      0
    • 18.5 ? 24.9 (normal)
      17
    • 25.0 ? 29.9 (overweight)
      9
    • 30.0 and Above (obese)
      4

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Now that I remember what BMI is, there t'ain't no way I'm calculating it, let alone sharing it!

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Not that this will shock anyone, but it looks like I haven't been "normal" in over ten years! ;)

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I don't know how accurate this thing is, but I registered normal.

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Well, if I could just loose 5 or 10 lbs, I'd be in the "overweight" category (just barely). -_-

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On BMI I am overweight, but on the machine that detects the ratio of fat to muscle I am in the top 5% of the population. What I don't understand about BMI is that it has nothing whatever to say about what the weight is. So a guy who is all fat comes out the same as one who is all muscle. Can anyone explain this?

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According to that calculator, I´m normal in the morning and overweight in the evening. Is this permanent fluctuation dangerous? :)

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Yes!!! I am the only one overweight so far!!!! :wacko::wacko:

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According to that calculator, I´m normal in the morning and overweight in the evening. Is this permanent fluctuation dangerous? :)

Claude, I think it's because you gain a few inches in your sleep...

:D

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What this--a poll to find fat fucks?

I came out normal but on the high side.

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I am not a fat-fuck!!!! :angry: (although I probably am a lard-ass. :P )

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a poll to find fat fucks?

Did we really need a poll for this? ;) B) :P

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What the hell does any of this have to do with music publishing?

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Heaven help me if I have to take an ASCAP test!

I'm just into the overweight category. Oh joy oh joy. That damned Ben and that damned Jerry!

Desk jockeying the last seven years hasn't helped. . . but I'll be back in Elvin Jones' like shape in no time. . .once I retire!

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I've lost 75 lbs since January, and I'm still overweight. Ouch... :(

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Normal. It's nice that at least one thing about me is normal.

Edited by JohnJ

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I'm at 27.3

Shit, tell me something I don't know...

I gotta get on the Precor...

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metres and centimetres? Dots and commas?

I wouldn't be so quick to presume normalcy, my friend! :g

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Was that before or after he slugged the Clemson player?

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Whoooa Nelly, officially overweight here. I thought 6'1" 195 would be normal. Time to cut back on the Baja Fresh and In-N-Out Burger.

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I think this thing is screwed. I am 41, 5' 11" weigh 205 and and on the obese side of "overweight" according to the calculator. I work out 5-6 times a week and eat no junk. In short, I am in pretty damn good shape. The calculator infers that I would have to weigh 175 to be at the top end of normal. It 'aint ever gonna happen.

Eric

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