Why, honestly?

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Re: Why, honestly?

Post by blundercrush » Thu Apr 18, 2019 5:15 pm

Johnnie wrote:
Sun Apr 07, 2019 9:24 pm
I'll eat an obnoxious amount of food like that and still be hungry. I have to consciously not eat so I don't eat too much. It sucks. I'm sure I have some disease. And I'm sure my being tired all the time is wrapped up in it.

But I've had bloodwork done and all the tests shit I'm fine. So whatever.
This has me for at least the last 20+ years. I don't really know what it's like to NOT be hungry. I could eat an entire pizza and still be "hungry". The difference being I know I sleep well.

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Re: Why, honestly?

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Re: Why, honestly?

Post by blundercrush » Wed Dec 04, 2019 6:00 pm

The fact that I identify with all of this, and don't imbibe nearly as many liquid calories as some here (you may drink a perfectly socially acceptable amount, if I drink more than 3 beers in a week...it's been a long week) is not great.

TT. Keep up the good work man. I had a buddy in high school who was allowed to eat like you can because he struggled to put on weight as an athlete...I haven't been more jealous of many people in my life.

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Re: Why, honestly?

Post by DaveInSeattle » Thu Dec 05, 2019 1:45 pm

blundercrush wrote:
Wed Dec 04, 2019 6:00 pm
TT. Keep up the good work man. I had a buddy in high school who was allowed to eat like you can because he struggled to put on weight as an athlete...I haven't been more jealous of many people in my life.
I had a friend like that...super skinny, great athlete, and able to eat anything he wanted without putting on weight.

He died of a heart attack on Nov 1st, at the age of 54. Just because you can eat anything you want, doesn't mean you should.

(After the memorial service a couple of weeks ago, a bunch of folks went to his local to have a few in his honor. Someone was hungry and asked the bartender what Jeff would normally order, and the bartender told us 'Oh, usually fish&chips...or a cheeseburger...or chicken wings'. And we all looked at each other and thought 'ok...makes sense').

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