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    That "I Was One Fat F***" Moment

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    My husband and I were looking in our closet for this black table cloth... he found it and we talked for a moment and then I realized that what he was holding was not a folded up table cloth... it was my old work pants that I wore at my fattest...

    And I'm just like "wow... I really was one fat bastard.."

    I just love that my pants are so tiny now... i heart tiny pants so much
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    wow you have made great progress. Congrats

    I'm still really confused right now but that is sort of normal for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thehallowprince View Post
    My husband and I were looking in our closet for this black table cloth... he found it and we talked for a moment and then I realized that what he was holding was not a folded up table cloth... it was my old work pants that I wore at my fattest...

    And I'm just like "wow... I really was one fat bastard.."

    I just love that my pants are so tiny now... i heart tiny pants so much
    Frame the pants?

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    Use it as a parachute? :P
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    I have kept the pair of Size 30 jeans that were getting tight when I hit 352 lbs. I haven't been 352 lbs in many years, but they're there as a reminder of where I started, why I don't ever want to go back there, and why I need to finally finish this journey and hit my goal weight/size... and maintain it.

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    yes, i won't get rid of my 40 inch waist pants... they are good remind of how I used to be...
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    I so know what you mean.DSCI0205.jpg100_0004.jpgDSCI0043.jpg
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    I have been, in the distant past, in a 50" pant. I'm wearing a 32" as of today. It has happened so quickly that it has not quite sunk in. I pick them up when getting dressed and say these can't possibly fit, can they?
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    quelsen,
    Amazing. What a change.

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    I haven't been keeping any old clothing. Toss it or donate it. I can't leave myself the option of going back. I still find myself surprised when I can walk between closely parked cars or smoothly navigate a crowded restaurant. And I figure I have another 60 lbs to go.

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