By Fatty Fatty Fatso - 05/05/2013 00:41 - United States - Somers
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Look at it as your jeans receiving special treatment, only half as many crammed into the washer.
If you're not happy with that, it's time to take control of your life and start exercising and get healthy. Best of luck to you, Op.
Really grosses me out how people are being so harsh on the OP. Weight loss can be hard, OP could have thick bones or bad medical issues, and, in general, it's just really harsh to call someone "fat". The way it's said, it's like saying it's all someone is, or that it's their defining characteristic. Plus, maybe I'm just weird, but generally, the harsher people are to me, the less likely I am to take their advice.
To be fair, bigger clothing would take up more room in the washing machine, thus using more washing liquid. It's a mean way for your mother to say it, but....
It's also a pretty passive-aggressive way to bring up the subject on her mom's part. We don't really have enough information to say FHL or YDI: If mom is a size 2 and OP is a size 12, then this is mom's problem. If OP shops at Lane Bryant because she has curves instead of being a lollipop lady and is physically healthy, it's still mom's problem. If OP really is packing on pounds and living unhealthy, then it's time to talk with her doctor and mom about steering back onto a healthy course. No, it's nowhere near easy, but losing weight say, in your late teens or 20s is a lot easier than when you approach the half century mark.
Chin up! Or should I say, double-chin up! Seriously though, don't feel bad, use it as motivation that there's room for Improvement.