24.1.08

Gravity

After watching Jamie Oliver's last show about diet, including that mortician in the hat cutting up dead fat people, I decided I should probably stand on the scales and discover that now that I am well and truly an adult I am putting on weight. Instead, I discovered that I weigh pretty much the same as I did last year, perhaps even a little less.

It is the genes, I think.

10 comments:

Geosomin said...

Good on you.
Gravity is a harsh mistress.
Wish I could say the same. I keep working out, but am slowly going up over a few months from hibernation and got a bit of a surprise this morning on the scale. Much to do here...plus
I guess hot chocolate isn't a food group. :)

mark said...

in the jeans you say?
(ouch that's bad)

Udge said...

Yep, it's the luck of the draw. Clearly you chose your grandparents well.

Bobby said...

I'm a pound lighter than I thought I was too. Maybe the earth is spinning more quickly or something.

zhoen said...

Middle age can add a few, but there has to be a predisposition as well as poor diet and exercise.

gnome said...

Gravity? Pah! A silly theory...

Michelle said...

It's not fair.

gnome said...

Gravity?

Pacian said...

We all fall with the same rate of acceleration, though terminal velocities may differ.

Crafty Green Poet said...

the genese have a lot to do with it. I've been the same weight for 15 years now