Where there's a will…

By Anonymous - 09/02/2021 05:01

Today, as a final effort to get me to lose weight, my recently deceased father left me $25,000 on his will, which is only to be released to me once I weigh 150 pounds. No exceptions. I'm about to lose my house. FML
I agree, your life sucks 996
You deserved it 445

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I mean, if you're about to lose your house I feel like that was due to events that had nothing to do with your weight or your father.

Well, homelessness is a great way to lose weight! You'll be skinny in a jiffy and the $25k will make a great down payment for a new house.

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Seems like a pretty good deal. Assuming 150 is healthy for your height.

Well, homelessness is a great way to lose weight! You'll be skinny in a jiffy and the $25k will make a great down payment for a new house.

you're optimism sir/madam is unrivaled

I honestly daresay you can contest the stipulation as unrealistic...

True, just because someone puts a stipulation in a will or even a business contract doesn't necessarily make it binding. Probably pretty open/shut for a judge to strike that part.

Seems fair

Try to lose weight, you'll be thanking yourself and your father for doing it, take it from a former obese person, exercise is great for the body and mind!

I mean, if you're about to lose your house I feel like that was due to events that had nothing to do with your weight or your father.

Yeah they weren't blaming they're father. It was an added point on to the wtf. Christ, why are people so quick to hop on this wagon?

Lyrik Clark 3

good ole nose sugar

google go-cleanse, you know what needs to be done. 30 days strict diet, you could lose up to 40 pounds a month, downside is it's not cheap, like 400 or something i don't remember but it worked for me i lost 38 pounds in a month, it wasn't easy, but I did spend ALOT less on food