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Posted by: anonymous
2018-05-09 04:17:46
ID: 54751
I gained back almost half of the 25 pounds I lost earlier in the year. It's job stress and lack of time. I went back to snacking, eating bread, etc. Then I went to a dinner party and realized I was back at 150, when I'd gotten down to 137. I started getting back on the right track yesterday and lost half a pound. Today I ate nothing but veggies and some dairy. I don't feel like snacking and I'm not overly hungry. I'm gonna do this! I wish I knew how to do moderation better. If I eat bread one time, I'm back to eating bread. I always laughed at the idea of scheduling a cheat day, but maybe that would help. Going off track one day a week once I reach my goal, with the understanding that the next day it's back to business!
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-05-07 20:13:06
ID: 54728
In response to a confession. I am reading a book called "Beauty Sick" right now and they address the whole cat-calling/calling women pet names, etc that men do. Apparently a LOT of men think this is a way to compliment a woman. I have no idea why they would think that because every time I've ever been cat-called, I either feel like it's a condescending thing or I feel like a piece of meat on legs. I don't get why men think this is such a great way of complimenting women. It's NOT.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-05-07 05:53:15
ID: 54721
(The thing was, both of these men were black, and if it had been the other way around- if I had said something offensive about race, no matter how unintentional- I would have apologized on the spot. It isn't hard to just apologize when you're wrong.)
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-05-07 05:50:43
ID: 54720
I was in a narrow aisle at the supermarket, trying to choose wrapping paper, when a guy tried to squeeze by me an said, "excuse me sweetie." I said, "Sorry" and after he passed, under my breath, "maybe don't call me sweetie..." Not a moment later another guy came by and said, "Excuse me, ma'am," and I said cheerfully, "Thank you for not calling me sweetie!" He proceeded to lecture me on and on about how the other guy was "just trying to be nice." After a while I smiled and said, "Thank you for mansplaining all of that to me!" Seriously, why do men have to tell you how to feel about this kind of thing? Why?!?
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-05-06 21:29:41
ID: 54711
I was with DH at a clearance sale at a department store. They had a bunch of plus-sized bikinis on clearance. My DH thought this was insanely funny and joked that if they don't get rid of them at the sale they can donate them to Sea World for Shamu to wear. He has never called anyone a whale, but comments like this make me think he's very capable of it. He's so insensitive and then he wonders why I freak out if I gain a few pounds.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-05-06 17:48:20
ID: 54707
In response to a confession. Yes, and... "everything happens for a reason."
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-05-06 16:38:09
ID: 54705
In response to a confession. ....or 'it is what it is.'
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-05-06 05:09:05
ID: 54616
I thought posting your food on social media was like.....big in 2005?
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-05-06 05:06:39
ID: 54641
Cannot stand it when someone says "livin' the dream".
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-05-06 05:04:21
ID: 54644
In response to a confession. The only people I know who post pictures of food on facebook/instagram are in their 40s+.
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