Posted by Stuckinpurgatory
Bring a guy who is a big boy with you wherever you go. Sure to scare off any douchebags, and the "good" ones shouldn't have a problem approaching.
Posted by SerginhoPosted by sweethearts
He's on the dance floor goofing around and talks with anyone...all in fun, crazy stupid funny shit that you talk about for years!!
A man dealing with everyone trying to compute them to get some useful contacts/freinds/gals and feeling happy while joking because he knows that a life has a lot of not so happy sides and it's sometimes a time to rest.click to expand
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Posted by idk
YESSSS!! it WORKED then. you manipulated the situation to your advantage. Your friend is now working out to fit the image you see of her. She has seen your point of view and said "I agree with sweethearts. i am too fat to be her friend. she will not like me anymore if i do not make an effort to project an image that is pleasing to sweethearts. i MUST do as she wants me to." you are a master of societal-contortioning, sweethearts.... your world is now complete... for now.........
Posted by idkPosted by sweethearts
My very good friend of 5 years is starting to put on weight. She started a new job about 3 months ago where she works away for (3 weeks) 21 days solid and home for 7 days rest. With this new position, she is feed 3 meals a day and has her own living quarters. From what I can gather, the food is self service but everything is cooked and ready to eat so I imagine bacon and eggs etc would be on hand for breakfast every morning.
Anyway, at first there was little weight gain every time she came home again. But this time around I am clearly noticing huge gain and she isn't the type to shy from food. Can I tell her, gently, that she needs to start being wary of it. If so how is the best way of going about it? It's the worst thing in the world to be told or to try and tell someone. I think she needs to hear it though but I'm very well aware that she already knows...should I perhaps have a word to her sister instead to approach her?
I'm very thin and have recently lost weight due to excess exercise and a split, so I might not be the best person to be telling her something like this. But I do believe with our friendship, it could be alright providing I say it in the right way...
LET YOUR FRIEND GAIN THE WEIGHT SHE WANTS. you skinny bitch, you.click to expand