Monday, October 22, 2007

DietWatch

Oh, and yeah, this weekend was a total blowout. Drinky dinks, canapes, sweet nibbles, fried food, even pizza for dinner last night. I am consumed with shame, the shame of consuming that is.

We'll just put this behind us and move on, shall we? Let's never speak of it again, and just focus on doing better.

11 comments:

thombeau said...

I hear ya, sistah! Yesterday I had a tremendous Thai feast, and today an Indian buffet. It was all healthy food, but I had lots of it!

Tomorrow's another day...

The Other Andrew said...

Ups the irony factor on your current Blogger icon somewhat, nest pas!?

I'm eating a salad as I type this.

John C said...

Haha! Don't compare poor Thombeau to Mr Creosote! Although he did choose the pic himself...

You'll hate me (I know my sister does) when I tell you I'm 45 but still have a 30" waist. Always was a skinny boy. Those years of being "too thin" have paid off in the end!

The Other Andrew said...

John, 'hate' is such a strong word. Almost covers it though. (I jest!) I'm 'normally' a 30" as well, although currently I've added a little over an extra 10% to that. (You do the math, as The Americans say.) I'm only short though, so 30" is a healthy size for me but not 'skinny'. I was a 28" as a teen.

thombeau said...

"wafer thin"!

The Other Andrew said...

Better. Better get a bucket...

John C said...

God, I was 26" when I was a teenager, had a pair of jeans that size when I was that age although by then they were very tight. Legs like knotted pipe-cleaners. I do exercise now, however, which is something I never used to do at all, not least because I spend all day sitting so I worry about my muscles (what there is of them) and joints atrophying.

The Other Andrew said...

"Exercise"? I feel like I should know what that word means...

John C said...

"To get back my youth I would do anything in the world, except take exercise, get up early, or be respectable."

Oscar W.

I'm failing on the first point.

mrpeenee said...

mmmmm, I love sweet nibbles and pizza.

Much like John C., I've always been skinny, but now gravity is winning and everything is sliding down. Not Pretty.

The Other Andrew said...

John, much of the course of my life has been chartered by Mr Wilde. Words to live by.

MrPeenee, I'm soon going to start walking everywhere on my hands, just to see if I can reverse the affects.