Hey guys! Happy Monday to you all, as I’m sure you all woke up bright and cheery and looking forward to another LLLLLLOOOOONNNNNGGGGG week of work, right? I know I did! Anyways, as today is January 7th, I wanted to ask you guys, how are the resolutions going? We have now been into the year 2013 for a full week, and I’m sure that most of you who got that 1-year gym membership on January 1st have already found some excuse as to why you couldn’t go and rolled over and slept an extra hour at least three times already. Am I right? Of course I am! Anyways, I just wanted to share with you guys about my resolution, and let you know how I’m doing.
So yeah, I’m gonna give you three guesses as to what my resolution was, and the first two guesses don’t count. You got it? Yep…I want to lose weight in the new year. But you know what? It’s much more than that for me. This year, I’m turning 29, which sadly (and obviously), is the last year of my twenties. If, at any time in the world I could finally consider myself an true adult, it is at the end of my twenties. I mean, at this point, I’m expected to have a career, a house, kids, a dog, cat, hamster, and fish, a white picket fence, and some annoying neighbors who are too nosy for their own good. Well, I have a good job (doesn’t pay great, but I absolutely love it, anyways), I do own a house (even though I don’t live in it), and as for the rest, well, they haven’t happened yet. But, the thing is, I want them. Well, at least the kids…we can leave off the rest and I’d be ok with that. But you know, even if I had kids right now, I can imagine it would be pretty miserable. I mean, for a guy of my size, I feel like I’m pretty fit. I mean, I got out and walked 2 miles the other day. Do you see a lot of 400lb + men out there doing that? I know I don’t. But you know, that doesn’t mean that it’s okay. I was trying to fit into a shirt the other day and realized something as I looked in the mirror. Firstly, I looked like a balloon. Secondly, I realized how much weight I’ve gained recently. And, I mean, I’ve been stressed out lately, and then you know, it was the holidays, but still…Looking in the mirror, I realized that my man-boobs now rival Dolly Parton’s, my stomach is roughly the size of the Good Year blimp, and my thighs could be mistaken for those of a t-rex if only they weren’t as white as Casper the Ghost. So if I did have kids, A) I would be constantly out of breath, and B) I would stand a pretty good chance of rolling over and killing them as we played. But, seriously…I don’t want to go through life having my kids judged because of what I am. I mean, I don’t wanna be the fat dad raising fat kids who everyone hates and blames for high taxes and health insurance. Just take this article, for instance: (http://news.yahoo.com/poll-few-americans-know-risks-obesity-085408215.html)
The one with the two overweight ladies talking to each other? I really hate pictures like that, not because I hate fat people (obviously), or that I find them disgusting, but because I find the practice of reducing these people down to nothing but their obesity is a horrible practice. But, other people have different opinions, and I’ll share some of the comments with you:
Anonymous • 13 mins ago
It’s TIME to take this disgusting photo DOWN. We’ve viewed it too many times, already. We “get the picture”. Food stamps…….lazy…..taxpayers’ burdens.
At least those big women in the pict. can give a lot of shade in the cruel hot sun.
ROFL , 2 black porkers arguing about where they are going to eat lunch at
Many Americans have become so arrogant and stupid they think that being criticized for being a big fat slob is something they should rebel against and that the people criticizing them are in the wrong for pointing out their gluttony . The reality is they should be ashamed of themselves for allowing themselves to get so fat in the first place. They deserve to get laughed at and criticized for being so fat, lazy and such slobs
But yeah, I guess I need to work on that. Anyways, I guess that’s an update as to how my resolution is going, and a little background into why hopefully, this year will be different. So with that, I will sign off for today, and I’ll see you guys tomorrow!