Elevators, Helping Americans Stay Fat One Flight of Stairs At a Time

Tuesday, July 21, 2009

This is completely off topic and not in the field of sports but whatever it pisses me off so I'm writing about it.

Everyday I you hear some new fangled diet on the radio or on television about how to lose those love handles or drop weight easy. You know a way to lose some god damn weight? Stop being a lazy piece of shit. How about that? I'm not saying its easy to lose weight if you have a weight problem or its easy to put yourself on a strict diet or easy to bring your ass to the gym 6 days a week for 2 hours, but you know what is easy? Walking a flight of stairs.

Everyday at work this kills me. My building is only five floors, but there are two entrances one on the 1st floor and the back entrance on the 3rd floor. Everyday I see someone walk in at the same time as me in the back entrance who works on the same floor as me (the 4th) and instead of walking up a single god damn flight of stairs they take the elevator. It's one flight of stairs. One single damn flight of stairs. If you get winded walking up a flight of stairs than perhaps you should figure out your life and stop being so out of shape. And perhaps walking up flights of stairs daily would be beneficial for you.

These same fat people will talk about how they need to lose weight or bring some kind of Lean Cuisine bullshit in for lunch. Or partake in the beyond retarded body cleansing diet, aka starving yourself for weeks. And despite all their efforts doing stupid diets nothing works. Because they're god damn lazy.

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I like the house wives at the gym who show up 5 days a week... but when they are there they hit the elliptical for 20 minutes while sucking down a 32oz. Gatorade and reading Better Homes and Gardens. The Gatorade has more calories then what they are burning at that pace on the elliptical, so if they actually just sat at home and didn't drink the Gatorade it would have a net better effect.

Hart said...
7:09 AM  

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