By ToughTitties - 14/12/2012 13:45 - United Kingdom - Woodford Green
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Hey guys, its the OP here (didn't get an account to post the FML, but had to in order to comment, hence the name change) I'm not fat, I'm probably about 125 pounds and 5 foot 3, I was just leaning over- you know how your tummy kinda.. yeah. You guys get the idea! My boobs are way bigger than my tummy so it's all good. But I'm probably going on a diet after the holidays, because you guys are such ... well.. I can't say inspiration, more like a virtual kick up the backside. Thanks for commenting on my post, and happy holidays to you all!
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If you feel unhappy about your body you can always do something about it. It's not easy, it's gonna take a lot of effort but it's worth it.
I couldn't agree more!! Well put, I used to weigh 162kg!! With two years work I'm now down to a confident 106kg!! It's the best you can do!! I had no confidence, no self respect, no motivation nothing!! Now I feel on top of the world! I can't stress how much better your life will feel!!
Reply "Yes" in your own sexy voice, and switch positions before he finds out. What he doesn't know won't hurt him.
Guys couldn't care less about boobs. But thats cold, just roll with it. You're beautiful you're confident!
Why should we feel sorry that you made yourself fat enough to have fat rolls mistaken as boobs?
That doesnt mean people will take their thyroid medication. I have had a hypothyroid since i was 7 and to tell you the truth i starting gaining weight after i was put on medication to control my thyroid. Drs say the medicine didnt cause me to gain weight but i was a skinny child that turned fat within 2 years. I finally got that under control though now. But i have to eat very little.
Just because your mother has a disease doesn't make you an authority on the subject. Thyroid cancer very rarely causes weight gain. Far and away the most common cause of obesity is eating too much and exercising too little. Trying to blame something else is an excuse and nothing more.
Before I started bipolar meds I was too thin. Couldn't gain weight no matter what. I have had weight gain with the meds. I'm not fat but would kill to lose about 5-10 pounds. I can't. Diet and exercise do nothing for it. I can either deal with the extra weight or let my bipolar run rampant. Either way I won't be happy with something. Sometimes you just have to learn to deal. I have another med I have to go on occasionally that puts a lot of weight on. Fortunately, I don't need it often. Again, no matter what I do, I can't lose it. Usually a week after I go off of the med, the weight sheds pretty rapidly. But if the weight was due to my own bad habits and I was unhappy about it, I would learn about proper nutrition and exercise and avoid fad diets. Change is never simple and the simple solutions never last long term from my own experience in life.
Docbastard: I was not trying to say I have authority over the subject I was just saying I know a lot about it dealing with my mom dying for a few years. She did end up gaining a lot of weight and her hormones were all over the place. It was a rough time. I didn't mean that Op definetly has thyroid cancer or has a reason to be obese I was just saying it was a possibility.
My mother has a thyroid that is effectively useless. She is also 43 years old, has 6 children, is a former world champion for 40+ 8km cross country, and currently in the top 20 women in the world in crossfit. Thyroid problems are a poor excuse for being overweight.
Haven't you Seen Family Guy? Fat people sex is the best out there Op.