I know I'm fat. Why do people feel the need to keep reminding me of it all the time? I wake up every morning just hoping that when I go in the bathroom and look in the mirror while brushing my teeth I will miraculousy have become skinny. Of course this never happens. The point is, I see it everyday that I am fat. The little comments that people make to "help" me try and kick start my weight loss don't really help. In fact they make me feel even worse. I can't run from being fat so I don't need a constant reminder all the time that you are skinny and I am fat.
And what is the deal with people criticizing me for getting gastric band surgery?! Of course the people who have negative things to say about it are skinny. These are the same people that choose to complain to me about "being so fat" because they ate 1 too many cashews at lunch. You are not getting any sympathy from me. I may be smiling and telling you it's ok, but please know that in my mind I am rolling my eyes at you, you big heifer! If I could wiggle my nose like Samantha on Bewitched and be skinny I would. I have struggled for 29 years with my weight. I have tried diet after diet with no success. I would lose some weight but after one slip up gaining it all back plus some. They tell me that I took the easy way out by getting surgery. You can keep thinking that skinny, but this Fatty McButterpants doesn't think so. I think that I made a decision to get my life back, to get my health back and get my self esteem back.