The Ghost Egg Scared Of Its Own Tits Cake
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In pursuit of my wild dream of feeling like a full-fledged adult maybe sometime before my 50th birthday, I’ve been purchasing tools to help me do adult things like plan meals more than 20 minutes in advance of eating them. Like this nifty fridge magnet. Some weeks, it looks like this
but then there are other better weeks when I plan 7 entire meals with lots of veggies and then actually cook them all and feel terrifyingly mature and know it can’t possibly be sustainable but I try to enjoy the moment.
Back in 2014 shortly before Halloween, a Facebook friend posted a link to an article titled “7 Wines To Pair With Your Favorite Halloween Candy”. My thought at first glance was “OH YAY HELL YES” because while the consumption of sugar and alcohol may for some be an enjoyable pastime, for women in their forties it is an invaluable survival technique that can never be too refined.
Sadly, I quickly noticed a lot of things very wrong with this article.
Dear Diet Karma,
I know we’ve had our differences in the past, but it’s a new year now and I feel the time has come for us to set those differences aside and work together toward a common end. Specifically, my end. The rear one.
The standard science behind the loss and gain of weight is, of course, the ratio of caloric intake to caloric burn. But the details of that seem to contain inconsistencies; for instance, number of calories in pure fat vs. body fat. Not telling you how to do your job, just saying there’s obviously room for some discretionary allowances on your part. That being said, I would like to request that I be given a weight-gain pass on consumption of the following items: