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[–] bethygal83 [S] 0 points 17 points (+17|-0) ago 

Can't expect fattie to give up her beer and change her diet eventhough she has the beetus/ it would be opressing her /s this is coming from the same person who told me to just eat more and my ED would be fixed. 0.o

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[–] FireForEffect 0 points 10 points (+10|-0) ago  (edited ago)

"Hey my hand hurts."

"I had that problem, too. Gotta stop whamming that hammer down on it."

"Pfft, change my style of hitting my hand with a hammer? Not gonna happen."

"I know me too lol"

"lol"

"LOL"

"LOFUCKINGLHAHAHA SO FUCKING DUMB I HATE THESE PEOPLE SO MUCH

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[–] 4400382? 0 points 4 points (+4|-0) ago 

Fats always with the "lol"s. Anyone peppering that into their writing is just telegraphing to the world they have nothing worthwhile to say.

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[–] bkr45678 0 points 9 points (+9|-0) ago  (edited ago)

I don't understand these people. I have a genetic condition that there is no cure for, unaffected by diet/lifestyle etc. But if I was told I COULD control it that way, you bet your fucking ass i would. But to just be like screw it, the few minutes of satisfaction I get from food/drink etc is more important than my health? Such a fucked up mindset.

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[–] wmeth 0 points 4 points (+4|-0) ago 

This right here. Thank you for your comment. I have no real conditions or anything thankfully. I'm sorry for the shitty hand you were dealt, and to look at these fat assholes and see them just fuck off when they have 100% control of what happens to them. It's disgusting, pathetic, and sad.

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[–] 4400717? 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago  (edited ago)

Changing my diet sure as hell worked better than paying a $100 co-pay per month for the medication. I really don't get that part. The medication Elmiron, it helped some but the diet has done just as good a job and it's freaking free. I don't take the medication anymore because the cost just doesn't justify the help it provides.

I just can't fathom why anyone wouldn't just, I mean, think, just think. Just analyze your options. I will even "cheat" on the IC diet from time to time. For some reason weather affects IC greatly. I can go the entire summer and have no flare ups so I will eat some pineapple during the summer and some citrus, things that I can't normally have but that I really enjoy. I miss pineapple.

I am extremely, extremely thankful and very fortunate that I do have some sort of control over my condition. I had endometriosis too and it was so bad that I felt like it was either have a hysterectomy or stay in bed, every day, forever. I had no control over it whatsoever and it was by far, much worse than the IC even though during a flare up the IC can actually be physically more painful.

Having no control is so much worse but I've found that saying well, at least I can manage the symptoms (during a flare up for me anyway) is taking back some form of control and I've found that it makes me feel better anyway. I hope it does for you too Totenglocke.

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[–] 4399739? 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago  (edited ago)

I agree. This is a totally fucked up mindset. I have interstitial cystitis. The doctors don't know what causes it and the biggest factor to help prevent a flare up is diet. Am I on the IC diet? Hell yes. Has it helped - quite a bit. But don't expect a fat ass to understand such things.

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[–] Totenglocke 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

Same. The best I can hope for in my lifetime is ways to lessen the symptoms of my genetic disorder. If anything would allow me to eliminate it, especially something as simple as changing what I ate, I'd do it in a heartbeat.

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[–] wmeth 0 points 5 points (+5|-0) ago 

I drink plenty of beer, and I still have a flat stomach. And real beer, Belgian, German and Dutch beers. Not that fucking light beer American crap. It's called CICO, fatass. Oh, and this cool little life hack called "moderation".

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[–] DEA_sockpuppet 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

If only I could get some decent beer calorie information but oh well, just gotta ballpark it.

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[–] Shitlord_and_Savior 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

Not sure if serious. You can google any beer + calories and it will tell you.

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[–] bethygal83 [S] 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

oh she is a whale all right. Her facebook is full of food posts, pity me posts and general asspatting from others mostly other fatties.

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[–] GetYourZircOn 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

This is pretty much exactly what my brother said to me. He's 40-50 kg overweight and never been able to get to a healthy weight. Every time he starts talking about getting in shape I tell him it doesnt matter what fucked up exercise programme you get on if you can't change your relationship with food it won't work. He point blank refuses, says it's impossible for him to change how he eats. Alright dude, have fun getting diabetes and dying by 60.

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[–] burntfishnchips 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

60? Why not 40? Better goal to aim for.

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[–] CherryLime 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

So they'd rather die than give up the pizza and beer.

Selfish! They probably have (fat) kids too!

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[–] TSlim 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

Dropping 20 pounds has an incredible effect on heartburn.

Can directly vouch for that. When I was topped out skinny-fat at a BMI of 24.4 I used to get heartburn after eating pasta with tomato sauce, pizza etc. As soon as I was down to below BMI 23 during my cut it went away, full stop.

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[–] Pattoe 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

24.4 is not skinny anything. 23 should really be the upper limit of BMI if you're not above average in the muscle department.

However, I share similar experiences as you, I used to suffer almost daily heartburn when I was a fat fuck at 25.6 BMI.

I'm 18.6 BMI now and have suffered no health problems or heart burn since I dropped below around 23.

My eating habits have changed in a way that should create more heart burn, too, as I've developed a taste for spicy foods and acidic fruits.

I do suffer more mouth ulcers though, due to that diet.

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[–] forklifts5x5 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

PPI?

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[–] burntfishnchips 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

Having a good diet helps too. There's a neighbor that drops by to see my roommate every now and again. He's ballooned up quite a bit in the last 10 years I've lived here and basically eats nothing but 'chinese' food takeout. He is only 26 with really bad stomach acid issues and heartburn. I told him about using honey and how changing your diet can help a ton and every healthy suggestion I had, he turned down. Well, hurry up and die then, fattie.

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[–] dontdoxxmebro 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

I am going to laugh and laugh when in 15 years they all have preventable gastric erosion and cancers.