Men Try Not to Laugh About Joining Weight Watchers

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After seeing gains in membership among men, Weight Watchers is making a concerted effort to reach the obese bro-dude in your life. But where Nutrisystem and Jenny Craig have spokesmen like Dan Marino, Don Shula and Jason Alexander to pitch to guys, Weight Watchers takes the more traditional approach by showing ordinary guys—in other words, overconfident, abrasive morons who like beer and meat in large quantities and don't want to be made fun of for dieting.

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