Wednesday, July 25, 2012 3:25:06 PM
WOW, people are way too overly sensitive. If they wanted to lose weight, they could go on a diet. The fact that they took their fat-mobiles to McDonald's drive through, only proves that they are indeed fat bastards. But so what, maybe they enjoy being fat bastards. If i was that fat and had my own little tricked out fat mobile, i would cruise that baby through the drive through, HAHAHAHA!!
Wednesday, June 1, 2011 9:45:43 PM
we are not making fun of people who have had injuries and cannot move. we're shaking our heads at the fact that to maintain weight (not gain or lose) a 2000 calorie diet is approximately what people should eat if they`re sedentary. that means not mobile. so, to gain weight while sedentary, youd have to consume about 3000 calories. there are 1000 calories in one large strawberry milkshake at mcdonalds. it`s a choice, and it`s a bad one that these people are obviously consciously making.
i got on a new birth control that made me gain 20 lbs in 5 months, and thats without changing eating habits. i got off of that hormone, i got my diet underway, and even though some nights i wanted to rage because i couldn`t eat what my family was eating i lost the weight. i think i`m going to try for a few more pounds, and this is all without working out at all. so i don`t think mobility has everything to do with it. i think it`s intake too, and thats a choice we make.
Wednesday, June 1, 2011 9:30:17 AM
I don't care if you have mobility issues. You could never get out of bed for weeks and still lose weight. It`s called a diet. Granted, you can eat at Mcdonalds and lose weight, but you`ll be very unhealthy doing that.