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I may not be able to talk to women, but at least I got a fan here that follows me around posting pics and pulling quotes from other threads.

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20 minutes ago, sgc said:

I may not be able to talk to women, but at least I got a fan here that follows me around posting pics and pulling quotes from other threads.

So is this a non scale victory?

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;)

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2 minutes ago, PatientEleventyBillion said:

So is this a non scale victory?

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;)

I wouldn't consider having you as a fan an achievement though.

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4 minutes ago, sgc said:

I wouldn't consider having you as a fan an achievement though.

Spoken like someone who clearly gets no attention from anyone. We were just posting in another thread, then you come here and make a post, doesn't take much searching to find where your prior posts are matey. TKyIbfk.gif

Anyways, my last response to you, clearly you're desperate for attention, and humor is all but lost on you.

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1 minute ago, PatientEleventyBillion said:

Spoken like someone who clearly gets no attention from anyone. We were just posting in another thread, then you come here and make a post, doesn't take much searching to find where your prior posts are matey. TKyIbfk.gif

I didn't even know it was you posting in the other thread because your posts don't inspire me like mine apparently inspire you. You take digs at me wanting attention and yet you keep giving it. You are correct. I have never been obsessed over before. In any event, I'll take the attention.

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I'm going to necro the crap out of this post.

I found it looking for issues with "dressing". I never really had to deal with the whole "dressing" situation... until now. I always assumed I dressed right... well, now that Mr. Happy has regained 4 more inches of himself to hang out freely as he pleases, I find that I'm dressing left, when I dress right things aren't as comfortable. Just thought it was interesting how things can change and how the "angle of the dangle" might not be what we assumed or remember. And as someone that's been overweight for most of his life... it's a different experience this time around.

So to the OP, yes it's true, the numbers are exact, but we do gain some distance as we shrink up.

But this whole extra process and part to deal with is both awesome and annoying LOL. I'm sure I'll get used it to... LOL I'd rather have what I've got to deal with now, then go back to "hide and seek"

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On 10/2/2013 at 12:31 PM, 5.0junkie said:

Figured I'd get hump day started with a question.

Is it true when they say that for every 35 pounds you lose you start showing an extra inch on the ole wedding tackle???

I lost 225 pounds and went from having a bottle rocket to a patriot missle

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