Monday, September 26, 2011

Nothing Tastes as Good as Skinny Feels

This is a very popular statement, or motto should I say. Which was made popular by Kate Moss who said, and I quote "There are loads of mottos. There's 'Nothing tastes as good as skinny feels'. That's one of them"

Kate Moss, the model, has been accused of encouraging teenage girls to become anorexic after claiming she lives by the motto: “Nothing tastes as good as skinny feels.”

I mean, who in the right mind would rather eat burgers, fries, and steaks all day than be skinnier? That is, if they had control over their mind and body. I still stand by it, nothing tastes as good as skinny feels. Once you've been skinny, you just want to be that way forever- you're addicted.

Sure, for some people who are lucky they could eat meat- steaks, burgers, whatever you name it anytime they'd like. These people who have fast metabolism or anything- just something in their body allowing them to say skinny all the time. But for unlucky people like me, for instance. For me, there is nothing tastes as good as skinny feels. It's an accomplished fact. Eating right gives you the peace and sincere you need, and the freedom of moving without feeling like being held back, or the embarrassment of being seen in wearing clothes. And maybe for adults, when they do 'athletic activities'. On the other hand, being fat and blubbery- gives you the uneasiness to move, the shame in getting dressed, the pain when you're looking at the mirror, the queasy feeling if you're in a binge eating.

"Nothing tastes as good as skinny feels" may encourage teenagers to be anorexic. But the matter is, that statement really is true. Nothing tastes as good as skinny feels- for people who'd say they'd rather eat sirloin steak than be skinny well- those things does work for people who are infact, skinny. Those who, if they eat less they would die. Well not die, but look pale and too bony. But for fatsos who says that, come on, you're just making a self-defense mechanism. Deep down you know you wish you were skinny or at least doing something to become skinny, and you could. Eating right is just a matter of self-control. Some people are driven- nay, most people are driven by emotion to eat- not the purpose of survival.

But this motto, which is I think true, could become dangerous to people who eat less because they are perfectionist- because they are just insecure about theirselves they don't know how to make them selves better. This could lead to, anorexia. So it is just best to stick with 'you are what you eat' than 'nothing tastes as good as skinny feels' because it would affect badly to people who aren't fat. But it is a good motto for fat people who want to start changing their diet. Well anyway, as long as you eat healthy, and comfortable with your body, you actually have no problem. But like truly comfortable, not some sort of self-defense.

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