Friday, January 16, 2009

Clarification

For the record: I DON'T EVEN OWN A FUCKING SCALE!!

I am not starving myself in an attempt to fit into some size 0 dress that wouldn't even have fit me in the 6th grade. I don't care how much weight I do or do not lose over the course of this seven days. I'm just detoxing to recuperate after holiday excess and give myself a clean slate to start with.

And for the record: I ate a fucking steak for breakfast, and will be having another for lunch, and another for dinner. How's *that* for protein?

Ugh.

Sorry, just had to get that out of my system.

6 comments:

Princess Pointful said...

It is hard when trying to be healthy is automatically assumed to be a body image issue!

the frog princess said...

Yet another reason that the whole topic fascinates me to no end. It's like any attempt at readjusting your attitude toward food and people automatically assume you're trying to look like Lindsay Lohan! Ugh! Girl needs to eat a sandwich...

sequined said...

Ha, I have to admit that I was worried when you were talking about the cabbage soup diet, mostly just because solely cabbage soup is super low in the various nutrients you need. But I think it's kind of normal to want to do something drastic to start over mentally and physically after the holiday season, and it's good that you have the motivation to do it.

the frog princess said...

It's cabbage soup, plus a variety of other foods, AND I've been taking vitamin supplements everyday.

Hence my annoyance...

Hope said...

I feel the same way! Due to the Crohn's Disease that has TAKEN over my life, I lost a ton of weight.

Some of my friends were all, "You've got to eat!This is really dangerous! You look too thin."

I've wanted to throw a fit at least once a month because, "HELLO? I'm eating what my body allows me to eat! And I'm also taking supplements and stuff. NOW BACK OFF."

OK. Glad to have gotten that out of my system.

EcK said...

good girl.
dad is proud