Im going to be a fat bride, and I'm okay with that
What is with people thinking that just because a girl is getting married, it gives them a right to comment on their weight? Why is a day where a man and woman proclaim their love and commitment to each other, somehow connected with the size of the brides ass? My husband-to-be is fully aware I am fat, he loves me with my fat (not in a fat fetish kind of way, he would love me without the fat too) He doesnt expect me to be skinny on our wedding day, so why the hell does everyone else?
The latest comments have come from a guy around my age who 'waits' with me on the weekends, lets call him Monobrow. I'm cutting a long annoying story short, but Monobrow basically told me I was too fat and I needed to lose weight because I was going to Turkey (wedding 2 is in Turkey). I retaliated with some harsh words about how telling me to lose weight is like me telling him to fix his weedy arms, Fabio-esque hair and that one hell of a mono! He also poked my belly. I punched him. And have only spoken 'business' to him since. This was all because I dipped a one inch square of Turkish bread into some mashed potato.. mind you, he was eating a whole bowl of mashed potato - but according to him, he is allowed to, I'm not. I'm still so angry at Monobrow! I know he is a tosser and have known this from the first time I worked with him, but the world is full of tossers thinking the exact same thing. I wanted to tell him that I go to the gym and have lost 8 kilos but I think its ridiculous for me to have to explain this to him, to justify myself, to let him think his comments were somehow valid because I AM trying to lose weight. My fat is of no concern to him.
The weekend went well, I was really active all weekend but didnt go to the gym, naughty naughty! My eating was great on Saturday, although I think Mono's comments of Saturday night really screwed with my eating on Sunday. I've got my gym bag with me and so far I've had a really healthy day!
and yeah.. the scale still hadnt budged this morning! One more week of that, and I'm counting kjs!