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    after the honeymoon is over

    So you went primal and saw results.

    then what?

    where did you go after the excitement died down...

    this is coming from a guy who thinks learning and growth are required not optional
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    i went straight to the store and bought 15 boxes of fruity pebbles and sat crying, surrounded by them, stuffing handfuls into my face
    beautiful
    yeah you are

    Baby if you time travel back far enough you can avoid that work because the dust won't be there. You're too pretty to be working that hard.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bloodorchid View Post
    i went straight to the store and bought 15 boxes of fruity pebbles and sat crying, surrounded by them, stuffing handfuls into my face
    did that hurt? do fruity pebbles fit into your facial orifices?

    how does one get them out of ones nose?
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    Quote Originally Posted by quelsen View Post
    did that hurt? do fruity pebbles fit into your facial orifices?

    how does one get them out of ones nose?
    you have to do a really hard snort back into your throat so you can cry/cough/cry/sniff/chew/swallow
    beautiful
    yeah you are

    Baby if you time travel back far enough you can avoid that work because the dust won't be there. You're too pretty to be working that hard.
    lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by bloodorchid View Post
    you have to do a really hard snort back into your throat so you can cry/cough/cry/sniff/chew/swallow
    And then, spit out.

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    Three times I have done WW to reach my goal weight and three times I have gone and put the weight back on. Its is the fear of having to do WW again that keeps me primal! Primal keeps my weight stable without having to starve myself and do rediculous amounts of cardio. That is all the motivation I need.

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    I went off the deep end, suddenly perfectly aware of every right, every wrong, and every truth in the universe. Unable to handle such beauty and truth, I was hauled off to a padded room in a maximum security mental hospital after attempting to burn down a jail. I now write this via speech to text because my overly helpful therapist bundled me into a self hug jacket. They're feeding me hospital food and the truth and beauty are going away. I can't bear being ordinary again; I can't. Kill me, please.
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    I started learning the ukulele.
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    Ukuleles are awesome! Once I got the food part down I started concentrating on fitness aspects, I too feel like I have to have a goal, my newest: I've recently decided to work towards becoming a Yoga Instructor!

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    I never really had a "honeymoon" period. It's still always adapting, still finding new and exciting things. I'm still on the hunt for a cure for my anxiety and depression.
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