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Thread: Funny CW moments

  1. #7091
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    Quote Originally Posted by Seaglassgreen View Post
    This is a picture of the ingredients for a "Weight watchers friendly cake" I saw on Pinterest.
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    People think this is food? I am on the wrong planet.

    (But those tubs do remind me I should re-fix the bathroom tiles.)

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    (But those tubs do remind me I should re-fix the bathroom tiles.)
    Probably a mix of butterfinger and coolwhip could function as grout.

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    Quote Originally Posted by magnolia1973 View Post
    Probably a mix of butterfinger and coolwhip could function as grout.
    Don't, I tried it. In moments of weakness you end up licking the floor.
    I find your lack of bacon disturbing.

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    good god my teeth hurt looking at that picture
    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

  5. #7095
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    How is that a Weight Watchers cake? Wouldn't it have a zillion points per serving? I think that would instantly give me a headache.
    Needing some accountability, so here's my stats:
    34yrs old, 5'5"
    CW: 163lbs (07/2014)
    GW: 135lbs or less
    Eating mainly paleo, but including a bit of white rice (don't call the Paleo Police!)

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    I think it says 4 pts per serving. I did WW probably about 10 or more years ago, and I don't think I had more than like 25... So yeah, not exactly a good value.


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    I was watching a weight loss TV show tonight and I couldn't wait to hear what the trainer would tell the person about her diet. Naturally, it was calorie focused. They were giving her ideas on what to eat and one of those options was low carb, "whole wheat enriched" tortillas. Ugh.

    Then, her goal was to lose 60 pounds in three months. After three months, and "only" 24 pounds lost, there was obvious disappointment from the trainer on the "lack of good progress." Then, she was instructed to really increase cardio intensity. I would have been ecstatic if I saw that I had lost 24 pounds but nooo- the trainer basically squashed any excitement with the fact that she didn't meet the goal set for her.

    This really brings back memories of when I had a trainer. So glad I don't have to listen to that advice anymore!

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    I was staying with "healthy eating" friends, (homemade wholewheat bread, lentils, lots of local organic veggies, fresh green juices / smoothies with leaves and berries, very much into local unprocessed foods). I was trying to blend in and eating their delicious vegetable soup and lentil dahl etc. but trying to not have much of their delicious fresh baked bread. But they were squealing everytime I loaded up on butter. And one time out in a nice restaurant I made the mistake of muttering "mmm I fancy the steak" and they all shouted "no way! I thought you were into health eating!" So i relented and had the veggy option (very nice too, just tons of roasted veg in olive oil).

    I did try to say how I felt that brown rice was not so good as white, and that butter was more healthy than the bread it was spread on (this last while eating 1/2 a thin slice of bread with more butter than bread on top) but they argued back too much for my weak ideas...

    At least I could down a pile of buttery scrambled eggs and berries each morning without anyone commenting...

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    Why would you not just have the steak if you were in a restaurant? That's the whole idea, everyone just has what they want.

    Sod what others have or think

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    Quote Originally Posted by fifer View Post
    I was staying with "healthy eating" friends, (homemade wholewheat bread, lentils, lots of local organic veggies, fresh green juices / smoothies with leaves and berries, very much into local unprocessed foods). I was trying to blend in and eating their delicious vegetable soup and lentil dahl etc. but trying to not have much of their delicious fresh baked bread. But they were squealing everytime I loaded up on butter. And one time out in a nice restaurant I made the mistake of muttering "mmm I fancy the steak" and they all shouted "no way! I thought you were into health eating!" So i relented and had the veggy option (very nice too, just tons of roasted veg in olive oil).

    I did try to say how I felt that brown rice was not so good as white, and that butter was more healthy than the bread it was spread on (this last while eating 1/2 a thin slice of bread with more butter than bread on top) but they argued back too much for my weak ideas...

    At least I could down a pile of buttery scrambled eggs and berries each morning without anyone commenting...
    You seriously ordered a different menu item just because your friends didn't approve??? This is your life and your health, why do you care what they say, especially when they're wrong??

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