Not really, but I can't believe the 2 women who have made it their life's goal to deliberately be that morbidly obese. One in Delaware(?) wants to be 1000 pounds and she's more than half way there. The other is aiming at 1600 currently weighing in around 700. She's after a World Record that Guiness says it won't acknowledge.
She doesnt' care and she thinks it's a sexy look. Oh my. It's a death sentence dear, death..there's no way to exercise and be that overweight and expect to be able to live very long. I strongly suspect the young lady in Arizona will die long before she ever gets there.
I don't see how her doctor can sit there on television and say with a straight face that other than being morbidly overweight, she's healthy.
I don't see how she thinks that doing a few stretching exercises will keep her fit when she can't even walk thru the grocery store.
I don't see how men find her attractive. Google her. Suzanne Eman. It's truly sad.
I really don't want to sound condescending toward either woman. I'm just floored. Really and truly I am. I guess I'm just not wired to think that by gaining weight I'm making myself famous or sexy.
I'm overweight. I exercise and try to eat right despite my losing momentum sometimes. I don't have men throwing themselves at me because my 'reubenesque' curves curve in the wrong direction. I'd question their sanity, but I suppose to each their own....even if she's 700+ pounds.
I suppose everyone must have some kind of goal in life too huh?
I agree with you, that should not be anyone's goal, ever. It's just so unhealthy. Not sure what these women want to prove but it's not making the U.S. look any better. We're still the most obese country in the world and these women ought to be ashamed of themselves. These kind of stories make me want to work out harder and drop the weight faster!ReplyDelete