who /fat-and-pround/ here?
>For lunch I will use my buy one get one free coupon for pizza. Will stop by Chinese on the way home.
>For dinner I'm making about 2 lbs worth of hamburgers and going to eat it with a bag of double-fried fires
>mfw normies get triggered by this
>Could easily become fat as fuck
>Don't eat enough
>Weigh 127 and am 5'7
Is there a tipping point where you consciously decide to not care or does it just kind of sneak up on you and you feel like saying "fuck it" will deflect your self-shame?
Ya pretty much I don't drink or smoke anymore so my only vice is food. I love cooking and I live at with my parents so they buy me whatever I want to cook. I'm just gonna become a fatass I don't care
How the fuck do you all eat so much without your body getting stopped up from all the food? You take shit to break food down fast? Any time I eat a big meal it fucks me for about a day and my shit gets all backed up.
I used to be kind of chubby. Would binge on fast food and frozen meals every night, along with huge amounts of alcohol. I won't deny that it was delicious and enjoyable...at first. As the night went on, though, I was just stuffing my fat fucking face because I was bored and sad and lonely and it was something to do. The more food I ate the more I hated myself though, and I would go to bed and wake up in an intense state of self loathing. I tried to work it off in the gym in the morning but there was only so much I could do. The feeling of self disgust would last all day, at least until I started the next binge, and the cycle would repeat itself. I couldn't stand the way I looked and would try to avoid mirrors and being photographed as much as I could. My fat was all puffy and bloated, my skin looked like shit, and I absolutely couldn't stand the way my belly and pecs jiggled around under my shirt.
I eventually got my shit together and lost 40 pounds and started eating normally again. It feels so much fucking better. Nothing tastes better than good health and a positive body image. I cut out the alcohol and smoking too and I don't miss it at all. Poison, all of it, including the fast food.
You may not feel like you can change, but you can, and it's worth it if you care about yourself at all. It will be very hard at first but the weight loss and changes in your facial composition will become extremely motivating. You'll actually look forward to seeing yourself in the mirror every morning.