Life Insurance. Fat Customers Tell Porkies.


 Life Insurance. Fat Customers Tell Porkies.

The following article is an extract from our free ebook, "How to Tell if a Fat Person is Lying". 

This post will discuss the signs of how fat people lie and use this knowledge to spot the truth. From wearing what they think you like, to trying too hard with their compliments, it's all in there!

This pretty much sums up what I am about to go into. However, I need a paragraph or two to pull together the information that has been given here. The post also talks about warning signs for whether or not you should listen to someone who wants your life insurance money. This could be because they have no reason for wanting it or it might be because they are planning on committing fraud. Regardless of what it is, the fat people want you to pay.

Now, there are 'reasons' for why fat people want your life insurance money. If they have a child or two from a previous marriage that are still young, this can be an issue for them. They might see this as a way to provide for their children and give them everything they didn't have growing up.

Another reason why fat people would ask you for money is because they don't want to leave you with nothing when they die. They don't want to leave you with debt and bills which is where the life insurance comes in. By having your money to pay these off, they won't have to worry about it when they die. When people have health problems, fat people are the ones who want you to pay them. This is what has happened in many cases and it could be for any number of reasons. For example, one of the reasons why a lot of fat people were left in financial mess was because their doctor did a very poor job on their medicals. These bills ended up going unpaid which they didn't know until after they died.

Fat people will sometimes ask you for money even when they have everything they need. They are trying to keep cash in the bank to help fund their retirement. What they are not telling you is that they aren't being honest about how much money they really have. In many cases, they will lie about how much money they have when on a date or at a social gathering with you. People working in the medical field might do this too as a way of having extra cash or to pay for expenses and bills. When it comes down to it, these people don't want you to know that they can't afford the lifestyle that they are living.

Before I talk about how fat people deceive, let's address why people should stop listening to them. If they are someone you have known for a long time, then there are reasons why you would want to. If they miss something important, then it might be as simple as not knowing and looking up sooner than later. Even if this is the case, a fat person can be a good friend to have around on occasion. People don't realize that fat people can be loyal too and will do things for you because they like you.

Fat people will do what is necessary to get money from friends and family in an effort to maintain their lifestyle which I am about to go into in the next section. While they might have good intentions, they could be lying about how much money they need and what it is for. This could be because they are planning to meet up with their friends and party hard. Whatever it is, fat people can make a fool of you if you let them.

This part is what I meant by fat people not being very honest and doing what's necessary. They will make up stories to get people to give them money which they then don't pay back. You have to learn when to walk away from someone who needs your help. If you don't, then you could end up like me and have to go through the entire process on your own.

There are many reasons for why fat people want your money. While they might not be upfront about how much they need it for, it's normal to find out that they had extra cash they were hiding from you. This could be money that came from some other source too. For example, fat people might get some money in their pension fund even if they have never worked a day in their life. They will lie to protect this and make up stories about how this is how they pay for things even though the truth is that they can afford things just fine without needing yours or anyone else's money.

One other thing is that fat people have no problem with lying to you. They will say things like, "You don't need to worry about that," or "It's nothing too bad," when you mention money. Even though they mean it for yourself, they are still lying as many times as they can. At the end of the day, it's your money and you do what you want with it.

When I think about fat people, I am reminded of the Gollum character in the Lord of The Rings novels and movies. This was a short-lived character that Gollum had created to protect himself from harm by hiding his true motives for stealing inside him. The only difference is that Gollum got his need for a life insurance policy from Saruman. The fat people are doing the same thing by trying to get you to give them money by making up stories and telling lies in order to make themselves feel better about it. What I am about to go into is something that they will say when things are bad for them and they need your help. It's kind of a message that says, "I need a life insurance policy so I can rest in peace." When you hear this, you have to start wondering what is going on in their lives if they say this to you. I don't think that you should trust them when they tell you this because it might just be a lie and motivation for why they want your money.

I know that fat people are going to say that they know what's going on in their lives. They will even act like they know what's right for them regardless of what is going on with you. By saying what I am about to say, I am not telling you to stop trusting them completely because then there would be no reason for me to continue writing this section. Some fat people can be fine people and still be useful around the house or in a relationship.


In the end, fat people do a lot of things wrong which I am going to mention here. They lie, do what's necessary, try to fix everything their wrong way and do a lot of other things that could cause problems for you. There are ways to avoid all this and still continue your life with someone if that is what you want. You just have to know when it's time to leave and when it's not. I wish the best for everyone who wants fat people out of their lives and will do my best to make them happen for as many people as possible.

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