Fatty needs a hostile crowd!

45 F , Natchitoches ,LA
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Day One: I'm recruiting meanies ... sign up here!

Sunday, January 3, 2010 at 11:09 PM filed under Weight Loss postings
     Seriously, I need everyone to read my blog and send me mean messages to keep me inspired/threatened.  Examples include, but are not limited to:  "Hey Fatty! Did you work out today?", "You ate WHAT!?!", and "Quite frankly, you disgust me with your Zoidberg bacon-back!".

    I don't respond well to having sunshine and rainbows blown in my ear, and, "You can do it!" is a foreign message to me.  If you think you're mean enough, and if you're bored enough, consider yourself recruited. 

Day 1:  I learned that my body is 332.9% fat.  I'm fairly certain that means that I'm 3.329 times larger than I am, and all of it's fat (which is just plain impossible), but it works on a metaphorical level.  Thanks, FitClick.  I also learned that I consume roughly 2600 calories/day, and that even WITH the 30-minute workout, I'll continue to expand at the rate of .4 lbs/week if I keep it up.  Awesome.  I always was an overachiever.  Lastly, I learned that burritos + naps = fat me.  (I actually already knew that one, but I needed something to round out Day 1).

Wish me luck everyone, and by wish me luck I really mean, inspire me with harsh words and reminders that I'm fundamentally not good enough in my current state.  A betting pool against my success might not be a bad idea either.  :)
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