We just got back from Washington D. C. One of the big differences between D. C. and the Southern towns I've lived in is that hardly anyone in The District is overweight. It's not hard to figure out why. Let's compare the average day of, say, a person from my town to that of a typical D. C. person.
A person from around here gets to work by getting in the truck and driving there. Then goes to lunch (BBQ or burgers) by getting in the truck and driving there. Then goes shopping by... getting in the truck, driving to Wal-Mart, HEAVING his/her bulk out of the cab, maybe waddling a block or two during the whole shopping expedition, then getting back in the truck, driving home, parking the truck in the yard by the front door for minimum walking.
Compare this to a D. C. resident. Our D. C. person leaves home, walks a few blocks to the Metro, moves quickly and efficiently through the rushing crowd, hops the right train, takes a breather for a few stops, hops out, catches the next train, hops out, walks a few more blocks to the front of The White House, one-handedly HOISTS and SUSTAINS a large sign reading
"Who destroyed Pentagon on 9-11?
in Crack Cocaine Conspiracy with Zionist Jew Israelite Homosexual
Child Sex Slavery for Hillary Clinton Reptoid Jew Homosexual"
for the rest of the day. Beaming with vitality, the picture of health.
So get in step, Southerners! Move around a little.
(I'm scared to see what kind of Google hits I'm gonna get from that sign)