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Fat Girls and Food (Rated PG-13 for language)

Wednesday, January 08, 2014

It really bothers me when my best friends are the ones sabotaging me. It seriously makes me want to scream. It also bothers me when I get the list of people (like 10 people) who want to go walking with me, but all bail the first time I call. "Just tell me when you are going! I'll be there"... or not.

Maybe I'm being petty. But I'm not. No matter what junk food I was eating, if someone said "no thanks, I'm trying not to eat crap," I would say "Good for you! I should follow you!" - not "well how bout this one bite" or "here! Have 2 loaves of your favorite bread you have no willpower over!" Or best yet, "I'll bake you some brownies with PB cups in them and bring them over in the morning"... you know what? FU(K YOU! I don't fu(king need you! You can take your fu(king brownies and shove em up your a$s!

What bothers me the most is the brownie baker is "Sorry." because she "sometimes forgets how hard this journey is"... because she lost 200lbs through Gastric Bypass. I'm sure it makes me a horrible person, but no.. no you do not know what it's like because you took the easy way out. You didnt have the willpower to do it yourself, so you had to make yourself sick to do it. And now you sabotage everyone around you who shows the smallest bit of ambition and willpower. You're a fu(king bi+ch. get over yourself.

Food is addictive. Almost anyone who is fat will concur. It's like a fu(king drug that is EVERYWHERE, and you can not hide from it because you need it to survive.
Waving a brownies under a fat-girl's face when she is trying to get healthy is like handing a beer to an alcoholic at an AA meeting. You just don't do it.
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