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    Time to lose weight..

    Ever had a defining moment In your life when you realised you should lose weight?

    I'm not a size zero skinny but I am comfortable In my own skin.

    I am a little overweight so now and then, I do think about losing a few pounds.

    Some people realise they need to lose weight when they see themselves In a photograph at an unflattering angle or when they realise they have to lay on the bed to zip the denims up.... but my moment was none of these. My defining moment tonight was when I witnessed something I had never seen before In all my days.

    So when you go Into your bedroom to fetch something and you find your small Jack Russell dog curled up asleep In one of the cups of your bra... that's definately the defining moment for me to lose weight.

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    I've reached the point where I've given up on my diet. Despite torturing myself with my diet regime and even having been on weight loss meds, prescribed by my GP, nothing more has happened. I lost 30kg, and then nothing. No matter what I did it remained static, or even continued to go up, so I've got past the point of caring any more.

    Now, bring on the pizzas.

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    Re: Time to lose weight..

    Quote Originally Posted by Oscar Namechange View Post

    ......So when you go Into your bedroom to fetch something and you find your small Jack Russell dog curled up asleep In one of the cups of your bra... that's definately the defining moment for me to lose weight.
    Cup size is not really an indication you should lose weight, & I don't think it can be reduced by diet or even exercise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AnneBoleyn View Post
    Cup size is not really an indication you should lose weight, & I don't think it can be reduced by diet or even exercise.
    Trouble Is, If I lose weight I don't want to see my cup size which Is, at the moment, still relatively somewhere near my chin and make their way down to my knee's rather like an aging Spaniels ears.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FourPart View Post
    I've reached the point where I've given up on my diet. Despite torturing myself with my diet regime and even having been on weight loss meds, prescribed by my GP, nothing more has happened. I lost 30kg, and then nothing. No matter what I did it remained static, or even continued to go up, so I've got past the point of caring any more.

    Now, bring on the pizzas.
    As long as you're happy within yourself, then why push yourself I say... but me... I will have small children singing ' who ate all the pies ' at me If I'm not careful... I just love my food... Just bought 6 lobsters today ready for Christmas...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oscar Namechange View Post
    I just love my food... Just bought 6 lobsters today ready for Christmas...
    I don't think lobsters will make you fat even six of them together................it's what you put on them
    I thought I knew more than this until I opened my mouth

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bruv View Post
    I don't think lobsters will make you fat even six of them together................it's what you put on them
    Exactly. You can not have Lobster without an all butter sauce,

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    Re: Time to lose weight..

    Quote Originally Posted by Oscar Namechange View Post
    As long as you're happy within yourself, then why push yourself I say... but me... I will have small children singing ' who ate all the pies ' at me If I'm not careful... I just love my food... Just bought 6 lobsters today ready for Christmas...
    Already cooked and frozen? Or do you plan to keep them alive that long?
    "Learn from the mistakes of others---you can never live long enough to make them all yourself."
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    Quote Originally Posted by LarsMac View Post
    Already cooked and frozen? Or do you plan to keep them alive that long?
    Cooked and frozen by the local Fishmonger Lars... I'm not that brave to cook live one's... they'd end up living with me forever.

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