Thanks a lot, Broken Britain.
Joe Blackburn is a charming young lad from Bradford in the North of England who came to prominence after he made an appearance in a documentary entitled Can't Stop Eating, all about the trials and tribulations of several young people living with a rare genetic disorder known as Prader-Willi Syndrome.
But What Is Prader-Willi Syndrome?
I'm very glad you asked. Allow me educate you.
Prader-Willi Syndrome (also known as Fat-Fuckin'-Bastard Syndrome) is quite possibly one of the lulziest disorders this side of autism and not only because it has the word 'Willi' in its name. Because of a fuck up in their chromosomes, sufferers of Prader-Willi, called 'PWs' for short, suffer from a constant and ravenous feeling of unfulfilled hunger which can lead to excessive eating and, in some cases, life-threatening obesity. In addition, PWs are also prone to juvenile and irrational behaviour, 'rectal picking', and frequently throw temper tantrums when things do not go the way that they would like.
Which brings us back to young Joe, our Prader-Willi poster boy.
Can't Stop Eating
The documentary, Can't Stop Eating, which can be found in several parts on JewTube, actually covered a number of individuals suffering from Prader-Willi syndrome, but by far the breakout character was young Mr. Blackburn who endeared himself to the viewing public with his comical levels of childishness and assholish self-absorption. His grotesque, red-faced appearance and hilarious, croaky accent only helped to cement his place into the hearts and minds of those who point and laugh at retards everywhere.
Joe lives in a care home specializing in caring for PWs where he spends most of his days
piggin' out, maxin', relaxin' like a slob and eatin' four yoghurts that he's nicked from the Co-Op stuffing his fat face with food and IRL trolling his carers.
Over the course of the documentary, we see our apple-cheeked hero get into a shouting match with a nigra called Garfield, brag about shoplifting food from his local supermarkets, laze around in bed, tard rage, go down the pub with his dad (who he later bullies into buying him a 'chicken curreh'), feed some pigs, and eventually embark on his own Chris-chan-esque love quest as he tries to win the cholestorol-clogged heart of Sarah, a fellow salad-dodging retard that he met over the Internet.
The unquestioned highlight of this documentary is when Joe recieves a call from Sarah, who has finally seen a picture of her would-be beau in a newsletter and found him to fall somewhat short of her expectations...
Fortunately, however, after being rejected, Joe enlists the help of his goblin-like wingman, Clint, who manages to win the fair maiden's hand for Joe, by using the time honored romantic gesture of squatting outside her bedroom door and whimpering, "Go on, Sarah. Joe loves you. Joe loves you. Go out with him."
The two eventually get engaged with a ring that Joe claims he bought, but then later accidentally lets slip that his grandmother gave to him. Within days of having the ring jammed on her chubby sausage finger, however, Sarah breaks off the engagement but keeps the ring (presumably to pawn it and use the money to buy more junk food), thus proving that all women, even fat, retarded ones are, ultimately, gold-digging whores. For his part, however, Joe seem doesn't mind, and immediately starts perving over other girls.
To this day, young Mr. Blackburn is assumed to be an unattached, eligible bachelor.
Remixes and Poops
Because fat people are hilarious and fit only for mockery, Joe Blackburn and his PW pals have become very popular among the remix-making fraternity of YouTube, who have spliced various clips from the documentary together to make all manner of pumping choons. Indeed, to this day, Joe's chubby, toad-like mug still pops up in various YouTube Poops.
Quotes From The Big Man Himself
- Asperger's Syndrome
- de Block, Maggie - she's single, Joe
- Nuttymadam - Another notable PW.
- Pro-Ana - The complete opposite of these fat fucks, these cunts just won't fucking start eating.
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