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When the cat's canned food actually smells good to you because it is very meaty & you're really hungry.
~wife and mother
Started primal a month before the end of my pregnancy with P who is now 1. Went from a size 14 down to a size 4 in less than a year. Now sitting at 20-21% body fat, a solid 130 pounds, and 5'9". Feeling better than ever before, and able to run around and chase my 5 little boys who range in age from 14 months up to 11.5 years old.
Me "THERE NITRATES IN THIS GODDAMN BACON! ALL OF THEM! AAHHH!'
My version: "Who the bloody hell put farking starch in my CHEESE?! Fer the love of nothing holy, they put STARCH in my CHEESE. Now I hafta find another good cheese." Then I stomp off down the aisle hunting for unsugared decent cheese.
Or, at a restaurant with Twibble: "There is something sugary in my SALAD." [insert 5 minutes of conversation with me testing every single article of my salad.] "It's the pecans. They candied the damned pecans. Why in the farking hell would you CANDY a PECAN?! What'd it ever do to you?! Stupid normal freaks..."
Life is not a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in a pretty and well preserved body, but rather to skid in broadside, thoroughly used up, totally worn out, steak in one hand, chocolate in the other, yelling "Holy F***, What a Ride!"
My Latest Journal
me in a restaurant: "can I please have this salad with dressing on the SIDE?" (comes out with dressing all over it). aatgghhg!
or "can I please have the caesar salad with NO croutons?" (comes out with croutons). fffffffffffffff!
or "can I have the veal dish with no potatoes on the side" for gods sake...
My primal journal
25yo female, height 5'7"
goal weight: 60kg / 155lb
goal fat%: 20% current weight: 70kg / 154lb
“The fact that a great many people believe something is no guarantee of its truth.”
― W. Somerset Maugham