The girl that started the commenting is someone I barely know, which is why I was taken back by it a little. Even more so when other people and even my mum who commented, agreed along those lines with them, it freaked me out lol. So when I quizzed the girl about it, she said it was better to be ugly and happy. It's something that's come up a lot before.
I had an ex girlfriend who I lived with, we spent over £70 a week on takeaways, it was that bad I even knew the delivery guy's first and last name lol. When I realised what I was doing to myself, I went on atkins and my ex became extremely negative about my choice and we drifted apart from that.
Of course, I'm not worried about peer pressure, I'm just really curious as to why in my culture it seems the majority think being healthy means huge sacrifice and how it affects your social life. Maybe, because I'm growing to be more health concious, i'll gravitate and attract more healthy people in my life? I'm curious to know what your experiences have been.
P.S Staci is HOT! If only I were 150 pounds lighter haha!