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J tells one of his friends, N, about us today.  N’s response: She’s fat, isn’t she?

I am upset, but haven’t decided who I should be upset with:

  • N, for being a jerk;
  • J, for telling me;
  • or myself, for being fat?

Of course it doesn’t help that this is the 2nd week of not going to the gym, and my trip to SC threw off my healthy eating, and I am feeling bloated.

5 Comments leave one →
  1. Mallory permalink
    2009-08-27 8:01 PM

    It’s one of those things where everyone’s at fault. N for being inconsiderate. J for being too honest. And you for being offended by someone’s private conversation.

    “Fat” is such an overrated word. Embrace every roll, flub, and fat cell. That’s how I’m justifying not going to the gym and cancelling membership.

  2. secunda permalink
    2009-08-28 7:28 AM

    Fat is not the first, or indeed in any of the many words that come to mind when I think of you.

  3. Koche permalink
    2009-08-31 5:07 PM

    now imagine hearing it for 22 years. even those shy, awkward years when you’re awkward no matter what you look like…

  4. Mallory permalink
    2009-09-02 1:03 AM

    The answer is … “Join the club or move on!”

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