never be fooled by slimming ads. it's the dumbest camera trick done ever. take a look at the before and after pictures very carefully. if you're sharp enough, you'll notice that they're 2 different people. seriously. it's a scam. bloody clever camera trick. this is blasphemous. this goes without saying, don't always believe what you see on tv. cause you've been tricked.
still in the topic of losing weight, i urge everyone of you who consider dieting as an alternative to stop and think of the consequences that comes with it. i've seen what it can do to you. it turns into an obsession once you achieve success. however minimal. it's like a bad habit that you can't get rid of. you refuse to eat cause you badly want to cut down some weight. worst case scenario: you lapse into a temporary period of subconsciousness after successfully turning into a zombie-like being. your face sunken due to the lack of food. and you only think of one thing: diet. it could be twice as bad if you never did recover from the transitory moment of partial coma.
symptoms: denial, consumming granola bars for breakfast, lunch and dinner, sudden visible changes to the physique, lethargy, refusal to eat anything that is being offered (usually junk food like sweets and chocs) trust me, i've been through bringing back someone from the depths of dieting. it nearly took her away from me. i don't want to lose her again. not like that.
once again i stress on the dangers of dieting. if you want to lose weight, exercise. that's the safest bet. if not, cut down on your food intake little by little. it's a slow process that will gradually takes place almost naturally. refusing to eat at all is not the way to go about it. take care of yourselves and act smartly.
now that i've taken that load off my chest.. sundays are the best. i get to slack at home. i feel free. i can watch tv. log on. do whatever i please. i dread when the night slowly creeps in. knowing that monday will loom ahead. back to school. a drag. damn tiring as well.