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Thread: Funny CW moments

  1. #7031
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    Mr. Anthony, you're a sweetheart!
    Life is death. We all take turns. It's sacred to eat during our turn and be eaten when our turn is over. RichMahogany.

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    I am a Christian, and evangelical one at that (meaning, I do believe that sharing my faith is an important part of practicing my faith) . . . I'm also a paleo evangelist. But in both cases I've learned that the best way to share what you believe in such a way that it is respectful and others actually want to hear about (rather than forcing it down their throats) is to just live like you believe it and share honestly when people ask you questions. If you share about real food with your friends and family and it catches on with a few of them, then they'll share it with their friends and family and on and on and hopefully, some day soon it'll reach the obese woman in her chair and she'll be at a place where she is prepared to hear the truth and she'll change her life for the better.
    Healthy Bucket List:
    • Summit all of Colorado's 14-ers
    • Hike the Appalachian Trail
    • Do a real pull-up
    • Run a 5k
    • Be "Hot For Training Camp"



    Check out my journey at Outdoor Amy's Blog.

  3. #7033
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    Had an induction today at my recently joined gym.
    My fitness kid instructor suggested I eat 6-8 small meals a day consisting of..............

    Wholemeal bread
    Pasta
    Rice
    Potato
    Cut fat off all meats
    Don't eat too much protein.


    Apart from the advice it's a canny gym like!
    FTM. I'm not biased, I hope everybody beats the mags!

  4. #7034
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Anthony View Post
    Was out doing all manner of sprints on the football field by my place early this morning (shirtless, barefoot, of course), and a hefty lady came out and walked 5 or 6 laps around the track at a slow pace. And instead of thinking "Ugh, look at that heavy lady not even pushing herself physically!" I thought, "Hey, look at that lady getting her slow moving in first thing in the morning. Way to go!"
    If only more people thought like you!

  5. #7035
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    I was visiting my parents today when my dad came in with a big bag of what he called "goodies" from the Mrs. Bairds day old bakery store.

    Me: Daddy I thought momma said your doctor told you to go off grains [several months ago, because of diverticulitis]

    Him: Well they did but then I had a colonoscopy they said I didn't have diverticulitis since they had removed my colon in that surgery.

    My Mom: (excitedly) so we went back!

    I then watched them have a lunch of whole wheat (it must be healthy they think) English muffins toasted in margarine, smeared with honey and peanut butter (fresh ground at least) and washed down with skim milk. Ugh. Then after that my dad opened a little packet of snicker doodle mini muffins. 😒🍞 whatever.

  6. #7036
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    Quote Originally Posted by Warmbear View Post
    This A.M. at the store, horribly obese woman with 400 ish boxed pasta dinners and must have been 50 L of diet Pepsi on a motorized wheelchair. Clearly affluent and clearly well educated from her conversation with her husband next to her. I so wanted to grab them and beg them to change what they were eating.

    Why cant I grab people and make them understand? Why do I want to? I am not a Christian, none of that "my brother's keeper" thing, people's orlog or fate is their own to forge but it kills me to see this.

    Paleo is growing but in Montreal what I see is very few people have even heard of the concept, why are we not out on the street shouting our truth from the rooftops?
    I also see people in supermarkets with a trolley full of 'healthy' goods - processed boxed up foods that are low fat, high fibre, etc, and its true those people NEVER look healthy, most of them look puffy, pale and bloated, if not actually overweight. They are clearly undernourished. Funny thing is I probably was one of those people 2 years ago. I think the best you can do is walk past them with your fresh foods, smile and hope they take note - maybe some of them will.

  7. #7037
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    Was out doing all manner of sprints on the football field by my place early this morning (shirtless, barefoot, of course), and a hefty lady came out and walked 5 or 6 laps around the track at a slow pace. And instead of thinking "Ugh, look at that heavy lady not even pushing herself physically!" I thought, "Hey, look at that lady getting her slow moving in first thing in the morning. Way to go!"
    LOL, and probably since she saw a nice, hot, shirtless guy working out, she'll be back. A lot. Fit people who aren't assholes are great motivation to work out.

    http://maggiesfeast.wordpress.com/
    Check out my blog. Hope to share lots of great recipes and ideas!

  8. #7038
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Anthony View Post
    Was out doing all manner of sprints on the football field by my place early this morning (shirtless, barefoot, of course), and a hefty lady came out and walked 5 or 6 laps around the track at a slow pace. And instead of thinking "Ugh, look at that heavy lady not even pushing herself physically!" I thought, "Hey, look at that lady getting her slow moving in first thing in the morning. Way to go!"
    Love!

  9. #7039
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    Reverse CW story:
    I'm at the in-laws farm. Used to be a dairy farm, now has been shifted to sheep-cheese production. No one is primal or paleo, but they all eat pretty traditionally. This week a bunch of people are coming and going, and bringing food to help out.

    Today my mother-in-law opened the fridge. "Who bought the fat-free cottage cheese?!?" she exclaims. "Uggghhh! I guess we can feed it to the pigs."

    My wife starts laughing at her comment, then grabs it and starts reading the label. "No, we don't want to give this to the pigs. Propylene glycol isn't anything we want anything to eat."

    It was later determined that someone must have mistakenly grabbed the fat-free cottage cheese at the store, rather than the full-fat kind.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jfreaksho View Post
    Reverse CW story:
    I'm at the in-laws farm. Used to be a dairy farm, now has been shifted to sheep-cheese production. No one is primal or paleo, but they all eat pretty traditionally. This week a bunch of people are coming and going, and bringing food to help out.

    Today my mother-in-law opened the fridge. "Who bought the fat-free cottage cheese?!?" she exclaims. "Uggghhh! I guess we can feed it to the pigs."

    My wife starts laughing at her comment, then grabs it and starts reading the label. "No, we don't want to give this to the pigs. Propylene glycol isn't anything we want anything to eat."

    It was later determined that someone must have mistakenly grabbed the fat-free cottage cheese at the store, rather than the full-fat kind.
    cool story

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