The Grills Who Stole Christmas

Santa Promotes Obesity and Drink-Driving

“Dr Nathan Grills from Monash University in Australia said the idea of a fat Father Christmas gorging on brandy and mince pies as he drove his sleigh around the world delivering presents was not the best way to promote a healthy and safe lifestyle among the young.

Writing on, Dr Grills said: “Santa only needs to affect health by 0.1 per cent to damage millions of lives.”

He said the image of a healthier Santa could be very effective in promoting a positive message about diet and lifestyle to the young.”

May I simply say, “Dr.” Grills, you sir, are a monumental and stupendous ass.

18 Responses to “The Grills Who Stole Christmas”

  1. Vulture Says:

    FFS! That is the single most ass-headed bit of mommy-nanny-killjoy crap I’ve ever seen in my life. Please, Grills, STFU! Seriously, STFU!

    • Carpe Jugulum Says:

      Welcome to the nanny state.

  2. eggz Says:

    Dr Grills: Grinch by any other name …

  3. Rabz Says:

    ‘appy Hanukkah, people!

    Finally on some leave.

    Another climate justice feast was ‘ad this weekend.

    Bing, I’ve got a photo.

    FFS, carpetbaggen is finally bleeping over!

    • bingbing Says:

      Yes. Thank God that COP fuckfest is over. FAIL.

      Watched Avatar. Fail.

      Beyond profanity when it comes to Dr Grills.

      Bad weekend. Bing ain’t a happy camper so the least said, probably the better.

    • bingbing Says:

      PS Rabz, feel free to send the piccy, and say whether you want it put up or not. As I said, bad weekend so it’s probably the only post I’ll do for a while.

      James Cameron can go suck a pig’s arse.

    • Angus Dei Says:

      Ack. Saw Avatar in 3D opening day at a high tech THX Certified theater. What an utterly unoriginal plot: Military-industrial complex from a dying Earth is the very bad thing, killing primitive natives to get at the minerals under their tree village. So a Marine goes native and fights with the natives against his former comrades. It really is Dances with Noble Savages from Space. Utter horse shit.

      Sorry you’re down, Bingster. I hate the holiday season myself.

    • bingbing Says:

      Cheers, Gus. You know, the first two and a half hours was actually watchable. True, bullshit plot. True, dashings of leftist pap. But watchable. Especially in the sense that, well, it’s 150 years in the future and we have made it to the stars. Great. But that last half hour, when he chooses to fight (er, us) was disgusting. Every bullshit cliche out there was used. Ohh, we’ve killed all the trees on Earth. etc etc. Pre-emptive strike. Shock and Awe. Still bashing Bush, that prick Cameron is. Not even ‘unobtainium’ is original. That’s from another movie from a while back. That the audience is meant to cheer on whilst aliens, noble savage (what a bullshit concept) aliens at that, are wiping us out left right and centre is palpable.

      The 3D was great. The cgi was great. The moral of the story was reprehensible. I’ll never watch another James Cameron movie again. Same goes for Roland Emmerich (2012).

    • Col. Milquetoast Says:

      My impression from the ads is that the lesson from the movie is that if a society is capable of light speed then it *should* be smart enough to realize that it is capable of moving an asteroid at or near light speed and aiming it at a troublesome place. Well they could if that wouldn’t be too inconvenient to the plot.

  4. Mr. Bingley Says:

    …the idea of a fat Father Christmas gorging on brandy and mince pies as he drove his sleigh around the world delivering presents was not the best way to promote a healthy and safe lifestyle among the young.

    No, but it sure as shit promotes a life that is worth living!

    • Nemesis12 Says:

      Mr Bingley, you, sir, know the meaning of Christmas 🙂

  5. Nemesis12 Says:

    By the a safe and happy Christmas to you and your loved ones.

    From the missus and me 🙂

    • bingbing Says:

      Cheers Nem. Merry Christmas to you and yours, too. 🙂

    • Mr. Bingley Says:

      and to you and yours! and may your bottle never run dry.

    • Nemesis12 Says:

      Bottle? DRY?

      Not in THIS house sir……:)

  6. jeffthe Says:

    Yet another luddite comes to the fore, preaching “I know better than you”.
    Merry Christmas & a happy new year everybody, and please ignore the doomsayers.

  7. J.M. Heinrichs Says:


    • Angus Dei Says:


      I emailed that to some friends.

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