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In Which I Timehop

Apologies in advance to anyone who has Podophobia. This post contains a photo of my feet during a weigh-in!


I don’t know about you, but I rue the day I installed the Timehop app. It’s not exactly like I have a whole lot of my life public, other than the stuff pertaining to FATGIRLslim, but I made the mistake of connecting my private Facebook, and my iPhotos on my desktop, so every day now, I’m getting bombarded with photos of times when I looked happier, felt less pain, was smaller despite ironically eating more, and weighed less!

One of today’s Timehop photos was this:

FATGIRLslim | In Which I Timehop

My weight was 376.25lbs. I stepped on the scale this morning to see if I could compare my weight, today, with my weight four years ago.

I, uh.

Couldn’t.

My Weight Watchers scale (also the one used in the photo above, incidentally) only goes up to 400lbs. My other scale (the one from Ozeri) is up in the loft, In A Box Somewhere™.

Which means I have passed that horrendous barrier of 400lbs, for real. For absolute and totally real, to the point where my scale won’t even go, “401” or “403”. It just gives me “ERR”.

Shit.

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2 thoughts on “In Which I Timehop”

  1. I can totally relate to this – I found one of my (many) weight watchers’ weigh in books and I’m now nearly 30 kilos heavier than what I was 4 years ago. Four years ago I was feeling great because I’d lost 22 kgs and of course thought I would never put it on again. I did plus more…..

    1. See, this is why I got rid of my old WW books. They depressed me. I mean, I can look back at my entire blog, but I only do that on days like this, when I’m like, “RIGHT. I NEED TO KICK MY OWN ASS INTO GEAR!”

      It’s horrible though, isn’t it? Your every thought is about losing weight and then you’re left having gained back all that you lost, and then some. Where do we go wrong?!

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