I don't know if this technically fits in here, but ALR's corpse is officially too heavy to be transported on an airplane. So if she's hoping to be buried neared Dusty, Necky will have to transport her carcass via car.
I don't even want to rate this as Powerleveling, because that's both hilarious AND adorable.AL weighs more than my pony (540lb at last vet check up)
I'm fucking gobsmacked that a Walmart Scootypuff can haul 100lbs MORE lard ass fatty boom boom power than this road beast. What the fuck.She weighs more than a dry Harley Davidson Sportster 1200. With no fuel or oil, it comes in at a robust 562 lbs.
Fun fact - she's well over the weight limit of this beautiful bike. It's only designed to carry 400 lbs of human on it.
Ah, fun fact. This episode first aired in 1995, which just goes to show how very very far America has fallen (when it comes to obesity, slobbishness, laziness, general disgust, etc) as a society compared to now/2019. A "mere" 300 pounds is what it took to be considered housebound, handicapped, acquire disability from work, and Hyper Obesity status. Homer even made it into the newspaper.Amber weighs TWICE what Homer Simpson did (300 elbees) when he attained hyperobesity status in order to be considered disabled.
I think he did toward the end. Of course he always had someone wiping his ass because a King didn’t do those things. It was a very prestigious position as it meant you were allowed to intimately touch the monarch. It was known as the Groom of the Stool. Hey, maybe that’s the official title Becks can put on her resume when she inevitably has to go to work.Didnt he have to be wenched up from the toilet? I am sure the same could be said for our dainty Orange Chicken Princess.
Here's a list of things that hamber weighs more than:
Large vending machine- 600 (hamber, we all know that you are over 600 lbees by now)
A grizzly bear-500-290
A piano- 400
American bison- 630
A moose- 386
So I guess I wasn't exaggerating to my friends when I told them that Hamberlynn has enough blubber on her to keep a very large inuit tribe happy for the next 35 generations.Moose are hunted in my area, and bison farmed.... and they feed multiple families for months, mind.
Not by much! My extended family and I bought a bison's worth of meat for freezing last year and donated some of it. There were 3 nuclear families of 2-6 people, and only the family of 6 finished their portion 4 months later.So I guess I wasn't exaggerating to my friends when I told them that Hamberlynn has enough blubber on her to keep a very large inuit tribe happy for the next 35 generations.