February 25, 2010, - 11:36 am
Please no hate-mail over this because 1) I didn’t tell this humongazon to pose with her gut hanging out and cause you to spurt out your coffee; and 2) I can’t help that she’s Black and appears in a stereotypical pose and get-up–I guarantee you there are plenty o’ fat White chicks who look just like this. . . and whose blubber would just as easily stop bullets. Just sayin’.
Large & In Charge . . . of Bullets?
Samantha Lynn Frazier wanted to lose weight. But the extra pounds do not bother her now.
“My love handles saved my life,” she said Monday, two days after she was shot inside an Atlantic City bar.
The Florida woman’s family had treated her to a trip to Atlantic City. But the gift to come visit her relatives and stay at a casino was ruined shortly after it began. . . .
As they walked toward the bar from the Boardwalk, Frazier heard a pop, then another. She tried to duck inside the bar with Moore.
That’s when the pain hit.
“Something bit me,” she said, putting a hand to her left side. “I moved my hand, and it was full of blood.”
“I’ve been shot,” Frazier said just before passing out. . . .
The shooter is described as a 5-foot-5-inch male weighing about 200 pounds.
Wait a sec’. Couldn’t she just sit on him?
Frazier said she is trying to keep moving around so she does not get stiff or depressed. Her family is helping, including her young cousins, who she said tend to her, trying to help her get up or down. . . .
“I’m going to be 36 in July,” she said. “Thank God, I’m going to be 36. I could have been dead. They said my love handles saved my life.”
“I’d been hollering how I want to lose weight,” she added. “I don’t want to lose weight anymore. I want to be as big as I can if it’s going to stop a bullet.”
Glad she wasn’t seriously hurt or killed. But the lesson here ain’t, “being morbidly obese can save your life.” This is that one exception to the rule. Being this fat can kill ya.
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