I suppose it is mean...but I can understand the cynical sense of pleasure from seeing others fail with expectations. But I mean...there are girls in my year who drink SlimFast, and I don't feel good about it at all because I eat bacon and fruit. In fact, i want to chuck it out of the window and shove some cc fruit in their face.
Tell iz about it. *flips hair*
Also, I can't say I've ever heard anyone say that? Probs cos no one I know eats it :') and i tend to stay out of brinternet forums now (bro-internet-forums) ;)
Yeah, well, the boys in my class are gon' eat what they gon' eat. A PE teacher telling them to eat biscuits isn't going to deter not encourage them. I think juice is good for long distance athletes or people looking to gain; otherwise, it's waaay too easy to over-consume.
Speaking of: it's funny how some people's bodies can handle what others can't. Two brothers in my year, same diet; one lean, one fat. They eat similar lunches etc and say they both like coco pops, and both play football.
Yeah, competition is pretty cool. But when you've been competing your whole life, it can do either two things: make you think "eh, can't be arsed" or spur you on. I'm a victim of the former; though, saying that, loadsa cyclists have had 5 years+ off their bikes before climbing back on. jesus, 5 years is a third of my life. Undeniably, setting up kids with sport or the love of exercise/adventure is the way to go.
And yeah! I was pleased to hear girls in my year saying they'd love to look like Jess Ennis, other than Kate Moss :)
Though, miss out that last bit. Slightly harsh. :')
I mean, if someone is fat, i wouldn't take the piss out of them. Some of the posts I've read on here...i mean, these people *cannot lose fat*. It's so hard for them. And hell, I wouldn't like to be victimised - I'm not exactly skinny - so I leave them be. Like, if they're puffing and panting, some people would take the piss behind their back? No, i hate it when people do that.
What I do not like, though, is this "Fat Acceptance" movement. Detracting slightly, but nevertheless; I agree that people shouldn't be discriminated because of this; but these people (from what I've seen) act like it's OK to eat tonnes of oreos because "they're beautiful and deserve it". No - you deserve to be healthy! Why can't there be a goddamn "health acceptance" movement? All sorts of people can join; no one would get discriminated against; and it could educate people, especially children, on what health is. Not eating a shittonne of industrial shite because hell, people should just accept bad health because "they're beautiful". Such a disgraceful message to send out.
Yes, I agree. I wouldn't relentlessly torture them, but I'd call them out on their dickishness. But maybe that's because I haven't met any absolute scrotums.
(also, remind me to never get on your bad side. Actually, nah. Just call me out on anything I may say)
Yes, actually now you've said that, I do remember some of the stuff they said...huh.
But once you've got that opportunity, I'd take it. Too many young kids have problems with food and eating.
Anyway, yeah: why shouldn't I analyse? The question is: why don't you? You tell me off for over-analysing things; maybe I should scorn you for under-analysing. (I'm just talking in second person lol, not directly at you. obvs)
Have you also noticed that people whose opinions are based on reactionary emotions are those who are most offended when met with logic?