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Why fatties are fat. by johnnythemonkey on 22 December 2008 8:10am
 
To give us more to cuddle. :)
 
Re: Why fatties are fat. by mrsthing on 22 December 2008 9:12am
 
Oh, piss off! I'm fat, and I don't eat like a pig. I'd have to get at least an hour of strenuous exercise every day AND cut out sweets, bread, pasta, and potatoes to get thin again, and I haven't got the will to do it--or the time--and the arthritis limits the amount of exercise I can do. My thyroid is fine, btw--it's just menopause working its magic. I was never fat until AFTER I gave birth. Then all hell broke loose. I hate being fat as much as thin people hate looking at me. Let them walk a mile in my size 1X pants and see what it's like before they criticize.
 
Re: Why fatties are fat. by johnnythemonkey on 22 December 2008 9:26am
 
Judy, are you cuddly kinda fat ? If so, you are excused.


 
Re: Why fatties are fat. by mrsthing on 22 December 2008 9:50am
 
No, I'm disproportionate kind of fat. Most of it is around my waist, not my bust or hips. I've got fat in my liver that makes me bob like an apple when I go swimming. I don't even need a life vest anymore. [rolls eyes] I'm thinking of just getting the statin from the doctor. I've been on a low-fat, low-sugar diet for years, and the cholesterol just keeps getting higher. :`(
 
Re: Why fatties are fat. by johnnythemonkey on 22 December 2008 10:35am
 
Right Judy, John's health plan. Eat whatever you want whenever you want but smoke at least 30 a day !!!
 
Re: Why fatties are fat. by kazzzz on 22 December 2008 10:57am
 
OMG what an awful thread. I can think of worse things than being fat. My ex was a drug addict and as thin as a rake and a complete asshole.
 
Re: Why fatties are fat. by mrsthing on 22 December 2008 2:09pm
 
I used to work with a woman who had a phobia about fat people. Couldn't stand the sight of them, had nothing but hateful words for them, would get all upset when the people who lived about 20 feet behind our office would sunbathe in the summer (they were all *really* obese). My husband is a little bit that way, but he never says anything to me anymore. He, of course, weighs exactly what he weighed 38 years ago when he graduated high school, and if he does gain weight, he just cuts back portions and goes for a 15 minute walk every day and he drops 5 pounds a week. We went on a diet at the same time a few years back. We both at less, and while he went for his pleasant little stroll, I jogged 2 miles a day. He lost 24 pounds in 6 weeks; I lost 10. And I never lost any more, even though I continued for another 8 weeks.

Men!
 
Re: Why fatties are fat. by johnnythemonkey on 23 December 2008 2:02am
 
One of my many mistakes was starting this thread.
 
Re: Why fatties are fat. by bIG bLOGGER on 23 December 2008 3:40pm
 
Hypnotherapist Paul McKenna claims that ANYONE can achieve their 'ideal weight' using his THINK YOURSELF THIN system of re-educating the mind for thinness and success.He claims you have to re-educate and program your mind first,otherwise it won't work.

(I hope saying this hasn't offended anybody)
 
Re: Why fatties are fat. by kazzzz on 24 December 2008 2:24am
 
I was reading that what you eat should match your blood type, some foods are sutiable for digestion and staying within a healthy range and just staying generally healthy, not sure what's what though, my friend has a book all about it and swears by it, i'll get the title when I see her. i SUPPOSE it could work in thoery
 
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