Gluttony. The word evokes visceral images, like that of the grotesque Mr Creosote from Monty Python's The Meaning of Life, just prior to him accepting that final ‘wafer-thin mint’ and suffering the now infamous explosive consequence. The two defining characteristics of Mr Creosote are first, his comically morbid obesity and secondly, his inordinate desire to eat more than he clearly required.

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