We all know losing weight and getting healthy is hard work and there are a lot of myths and crazy notions out there that need to be dispelled. But just this once, wouldn't it be nice if people just lied to you about it? Let you think for a few brief moments that losing weight was as easy (easier!) as putting it on? That all that diet food is just the yummiest stuff ever?
We know we can't lie to ourselves any more -- not if we're serious about changing. But we can spend a few moments on this thread just thinking....what if????
I'll start...One slice of chocolate cake will make you instantly lose 10 lbs and make your butt look smaller! It's true! I read it here on the Intranets!
I read that Jillian Michaels recommends 4 hours per day of watching scrubs reruns as a guaranteed method of weight loss. the average person using her method loses around 7 lbs per week. I'm so trying this one.
Someone told me that eating french fries ( preferably Dutch style, with mayonaise or satay sauce) at least once daily will get rid of your tummy bulge and give you the perfect six-pack!
She read it in a healthy eating magazine
I heard that the best way to lose weight is to drink your calories, and because you need calcium, milk is the best way to do this, but doesn't have enough calories in itself. Their recommendation? White Russians all around! You can even mix things up, trying a potato vodka or a buffalo grass, so you keep things interesting. You'll lose over 30 lbs in a month on this diet and you'll be the life of the party!
Omg, I just heard someone say that if you eat only carbs all day long everyday with plenty of candy bar snacks that you'll lose 10 pounds in a week. It's the newest fad. Something about candy bars metabolizing faster than veggies...who knew?
Also, I heard that if you touch a skinny person after eating, all those calories go to them.
"The only journey is the journey within."
Rainer Maria Rilke