Things That Really Steam Your Broccoli.

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Rayanne Graff

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26th Jan 2009 at 2:01 pm

Rayanne Graff - River Phoenix

River Phoenix

 
Here is a new thread for everyone to share their wrath.

i remember that David-James referred to his broccoli being steamed in a post before, and i thought it would make a good title.
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Πανδώρα

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26th Jan 2009 at 5:43 pm

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f*cking up their a*se animal technician.

he's a complete w*nker, where granted, islay SHOULDN'T have been wingeing to amanda about when the session finished and that she was done because she started 10 minutes early - that even p*ssed me off
because it's true, she's a work shy little c*nt in that unit this year "what's the point, we're not getting paid, i'm not doing a good job"

yeah, you're only f*cked off because you don't see how you should be there, seeing as you've done most of your WE hours being a little swot & going to the vets over the summer.
anyway, i'm rambling.

either way, he ended up having a go at faye about something & upsetting her to f*ck
then nikki's cropped in saying "i don;t think you should have come back yet"

becasue staying at home is really going to help her right now
*burp*

Πανδώρα

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26th Jan 2009 at 5:46 pm

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also, the hamster just ended up on the floor because the dog jumped up, the hamster dropped, he dropped with it, laid down, i grabbed his scruff & the hamster crawled under him
which has pretty much sent us back to square one with it just screaming at us all the time
*burp*

Dissimulation

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26th Jan 2009 at 5:54 pm

Dissimulation -

 
Quote: Lemony_Zester
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I can't think of anything that might be bloating me; the only dairy I have is milk in my tea and I don't have any fizzy drinks.

I'm not a stick anymore, since I left school I've had no exercise and been eating from boredom, and put on a stone. ALL of it on my hips and bum.


Maybe you should try just a little exercise then? Get your boyfriend to join in, or some friends. Set a date or something.

Most people gain weight when they leave school- especially if you've got nothing to occupy yourself. I'm in the same boat, tbh. Want to lose the weight that I've put on around my stomach. You could probably do core stability exercises whilst watching TV or something if you're really bored- they'll strengthen the muscles.

But as Phil said, starving isn't the answer. I bet the moment you find someway of occupying yourself, the weight will fall off.


This. Watching what you eat is a great start, but you`re never going to get the results you`re after without a decent exercise regime. Most educational establishments have gym facilities and cost next to nothing to join. If that`s not an option, all you need is a pair of running shoes, an exercise mat, a stability ball and a couple of small weights. For burning fat, a slow jog for around 30 minutes a session, 3-4 times a week, is ideal. Walk everywhere you can, rather than driving or getting the bus. Throw in some stability exercises like Alice suggested, maybe some aerobics, some light resistance training and you`ll be fine.

As far as the diet goes, two meals a day is not enough. Never skip breakfast. Fruit and fibre, wholemeal toast, poached eggs, fruit or fruit juice. Anything like that is a proper job. For the rest, just a case of eating sensibly. We all know what things are bad for us and what things aren`t. Drink plenty of water and allow yourself the odd treat like a bit of butter on a jacket spud, or what have you.

It`s more a lifestyle change than a diet. Diets never last. Don`t get disheartened if you don`t lose any weight one week. A women`s body weight will fluctuate a lot more than a bloke`s, anyway.  

Captain Mal Reynolds

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26th Jan 2009 at 7:33 pm

Captain Mal Reynolds - I aim to misbehave

I aim to misbehave

 
gah, thought of some albums I really wanted to download earlier. Gone now. Cant even remember what type of music they were. And I know when I next think of them, I'll be nowhere near the laptop
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