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Jewles wrote:As you said...
There are those that make things happen, there are those who watch things happen and then there are those who wonder what happened...
If you want to lose weight make it happen. Dont drink shots of rum and eat 220gram packets of chips then wonder why you dont lose weight, its obvious isnt it? ask anyone of the members of this site if they would expect to lose weight while eating like that and the answer will be a resounding no. Losing weight doesnt need to be done the biggest loser way, if you control your diet and exercise you will lose weight. If you blame everything but yourself for not losing weight your going to get no where so take a bit of control of your life stop complaining about not losing 12 kilos a week and lose some weight. Saying no to the shortbread biscuits, shots of booze and massive packets of chips isnt that huge a loss, but in the long run if you cant be stuffed doing it you wont lose weight and youll be one of those people watching other people are losing and wondering what happened.
BigBasil wrote:Jewles wrote:As you said...
Very well Jewles, but I wish to point out that this 2.5 kg weight increase happened over a 2 day period - and it was my 50th birthday. The point I was trying to make is that am I condemned to never again eating anything other than 'good stuff' for fear of gaining an instant 1kg per day? Can I never drink again? Is it so dangerous that if I inhale the vapours of shortbread bikkies I will gain 500 gm? Dare I ever walk past a bakery and should my eyes gaze upon a jam doughnot I immediately gain 250gms?
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