Thursday, May 23, 2013

FAT GIRL PANTS

I split my work pants.  Not good.  And last night at Kmart I had to buy fat girl pants.  FAT GIRL PANTS.

Also not good.

Only they aren't called fat girl pants.  They're called CURVY.  I don't care what they call them, it's still not where I want to be.  In the last two months, I've gained 14 pounds. 

That's 56 sticks of butter.

Now that I've outted myself, it's time to get back to where I was before.  I might even put a little thing on my blog to help me track my progress.  Not sure yet.

Either way, I won't be buying a second pair of fat girl pants. 

42 comments:

  1. I've also put on some weight recently - so I've been trying to get rid of it. Good luck with your goal! :)

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  2. Ray has to buy fat fecker pants!

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    1. Lurker: Hahahahaha. That is a great answer. Seriously, I laughed out loud. Thank you for that. Good stuff.

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    2. Ha bloody ha fatboy!
      At least my bellies not rubbing on my knees!!!!

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    3. Ray: Hahahahaha. Thanks for the laughs. This is great medicine.

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  3. No, not the fat pants! You can do it. You can cook healthy. Either that or stop sucking on butter sticks.

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    1. Alex: Normally I cook lots of whole foods and good stuff, so that won't be a problem.

      And hahahahahahaha, on the sucking on butter sticks.

      Funny stuff. Totally great. Thanks.

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  4. It's hard to exercise when there's snow on the ground. Things will change once you're outside working on the yard and walking the pups.

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    1. Suzan: Last Sunday we started our herb garden and today, teeny tiny babies are popping up.

      So fun.

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  5. I wondered where mine went, sorry about that!

    Actually I've needed to shift some for awhile but getting back into work has helped. Still need to loose more though

    Good luck passing some of yours to Ray

    Ian

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    1. Ian: So it was you? Okay, I'll have to pass it along to Rayola. You guys crack me up. Thanks so much for being great.

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  6. Anything extra just gives Tim, in the words of Elwood the Dwarf, "somethin' ta hang on to."

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    1. Boric: Hahahaha. So bad. But also funny. And I almost didn't write this post today - so I glad that I did.

      Thanks for the laughs.

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  7. Winter is hard. I tend to want to eat more when it's cold. I'm glad warmer weather is coming, but I do wish it would get here a little faster!

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    1. Marcy: Is is still cold by you? A little colder today now that it rained. But my baby herb plants started popping up. So fun. Love spring.

      Hope it gets warmer by you soon.

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  8. Oh my, can you keep this a secret? I stuck 56 sticks of butter down my fat girl pants. Must go now and put on my pink stilettos.

    All the beast, sorry, all the best to you! :)

    Gary ;)

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    1. klahanie: Such a great post you wrote and again, BIG CONGRATS to you and your son.

      Pink stilettos and 56 stick of butter. Now that's a blog post title, if ever there was one.

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  9. I've put on like 25-30 lbs in the past 9 months. I have tons of excuses ~ moving across country twice in 6 months, then again just because we weren't done. No friends. No family. No freakin idea. I've got to get back on the healthy bus. Also, it might be better if I walk beside it. LOL *sigh*

    ((hugs))

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    1. RaShelle: Thanks for the hugs. Those are the best.

      Walking besides the bus? I'll join you. But as long as we can stop at a good cafe somewhere for a break. You know, with good drinks and bakes.

      :-)

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  10. BabyBat and I were in the same place last year. So far this year, we have lost a total of 60 pounds between us. Feels great!

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    1. Mr. Blue: Holy butter sticks, Batman - that is fantastic news. Go you guys. Very cool.

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  11. Those actually sound cozy. I have a 32 waist, but I'd love some stretchy pants for lounging...and 56 sticks of butter for my secret project...

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    1. Hanny: I haven't measured my belly yet. Not sure that's a post I want to write.

      Secret project and 56 sticks of butter. I'm scared to know :-)

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  12. This could have something to do with your baking challenge. Cookies go straight to my hips!

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    1. Anne: Wanna hear something crazy. I actually gained the weight AFTER the bake challenge. And during, didn't gain anything. How weird is that?

      I am sooo going to miss the two Goobers (Rayola and Lurker). So not going to be the same without them.

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  13. Oh no! Not the fat pants.

    Hate to say it, but I'm right there with you. I wish I knew what the heck happened! I'm hoping my walking will get rid of the extra poundage.

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    1. Here's to good exercise.

      PS: I laughed at Oh no! Not the fat pants.

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  14. 14 pounds of buttah! My condolences.

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  15. I soooo know, ever since I sprained my ankle I've put on weight. Butt (and it's a big one, mine) I'm hoping to get back on track...ing with weight watchers ;D

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    1. Very cool. Hope you write about it as you go. Cheers and boogie boogie.

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  16. This sounds 100% awesome. Why would you want to lose weight?

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    1. 100% not so fun moving to bigger pants :-)

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  17. I thought they were called yoga pants-- those are what I wear when I'm feeling fat-- gained some weight with my cookbook testing the past couple months but now working to get out of the yoga pants.

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    1. Karen: That's interesting because I gained AFTER writing my 100 bakes.

      Here's to getting back to your yoga pants.

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  18. I don't know exactly how many sticks of butter I've gained but there is definitely a lot more than last year! Nicer weather is going to mean more walks so I'm looking forward to that! :)

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    1. Jen: And you have a beautiful area to walk in. Very cool.

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  19. It's summer. Warm weather means more walks and more fresh fruits and veggies.

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    1. I wish I could blame the weather but we have a killer treadmill indoors.

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  20. Think swimming. It really helps. So does plenty of walking.

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    1. Some people really enjoy swimming. Not so much for me. Not a water bug.

      Since this post was written I've gotten back to my treadmill sets.

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