Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Two posts within a week?

I'm going for the record!!!! Well not really, but I did have to chime in and say a few things. ohhhhh numbered list style again. :)

1.) Chai's b-day was great, loved the low-carb menu, I even tried a brusselsprout, which I haven't had in YEARS. Her lemon-raspberry cake was AWESOME! I want more right now. I hope she gets the pics and stuff up here soon.

2.) Holy moly that was a long post... like I have the attention span to read something that long.. ;)

3.) I AGREE!!!!(to your post) So much that I'm using all the stuff that drives people nuts when reading. Lots of caps, and !!!!!!!!!!!'s. Just to make you understand, I'm not kidding around here.

4.) Here's the funny part. I completely 100% agree with Chai's long listed posting, minus a few gender related items, like wearing dresses and such. We all know I'd look great in one, but I'm far to lazy to shave my legs for the occassion. The one thing that's I have to mention, is the whole getting over it part. It's insanely hard. From what I've noticed, for the most part, there's two types of people that have lost a lot of weight. You have the people that lose a ton and think, I'm the shit, the cats meow, I'm so freakin' hot now that I'm skinny, the world is mine. Then you have the opposite side of the spectrum. It doesn't matter how much weight I lose, I'm still going to be disgusted when I look in the mirror. That's more the side I fall under. I don't ever FEEL skinny, or in shape, or even average. It really doesn't matter how many times someone says they think I am. The way I usually describe it, is that my eyes are fat. Some people when they lose weight, their eyes lose weight, some people like myself still look through fat coated pupils. It's hard to lose the chunk in my eyes, than it is to lose the chunk from my thighs. (lines like that are one of the many reasons Chai is a better blogger than I am. :)) Ok, so maybe this #4 posting wasn't so funny. At least ha-ha funny. Maybe more like A-Ha funny. Taaaaaaaakkkkkeeee ooooooooonnnnnn meeeeeeeeeee......

5.) Patience. I don't have it. In many circumstances, it runs in the family, but I have less than most. Chai has it in shiny, shiny convertable loads, at least when dealing with me. And I love her for it. She doesn't however have patience with her clingy chunk molecules. She has fat eyes like I do. It sucks. :/

6.) Chai is an inspiration. To me, to a lot of mutual friends and family. I don't need to say much more about this, than Thanks, and you really are an inspiration, now if only more of that would rub off on me. :)

7.) You can all breath a sigh of relief, my numbered posts are now finished. . . for now.

2 refreshing comments:

Chai Latté said...

LOL, sorry, but the A-Ha part was haha funny! ;-)

Thanks for this. Its nice knowing that I at least help you, and some people in some facet.

And, our chunky peepers suck.
I've been fat so long, I imagine it'll take a long-ass-time for the view of myself to catch up, after I've lost it.

But, we'll see :-)

If I ever come to work in size 8 jeans, and start complaining about being fat.... you have full authority to beat the living hamsters out of me.

Fatty McFat-Fat said...

hahahaha When you get down to that size, I won't be able to beat the hammies out of you, you'll be a boxing ace, and can kick my butt from here to next fatterday!