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121New Year new Norpig - Page 5 Empty Re: New Year new Norpig Fri Jan 22 2021, 11:31

Natasha Whittam

Natasha Whittam
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
I watched "Shut-ins: Britain's Fattest People" on Channel 4 last night. Dear me, AJ was 23 years old and weighed over 40 stone. She spent all day every day lying on a mattress. What an awful existence, I felt for her.

I gave my 11 o'clock Twirl a miss today.

122New Year new Norpig - Page 5 Empty Re: New Year new Norpig Fri Jan 22 2021, 11:50

gloswhite

gloswhite
Guðni Bergsson
Guðni Bergsson
You can't help but feel sorry for such people when you consider what sort of future they are going to have. In such cases I think its just as important to find, out and rectify, the reasons for them being in such a state.

123New Year new Norpig - Page 5 Empty Re: New Year new Norpig Sun Jan 24 2021, 00:28

karlypants

karlypants
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
Broke my diet yesterday. I had 3 slices of thick toastie bread with Kerrygold on and 4 grilled rashers of smoked bacon. To be fair that's all I had for dinner so not really that bad.

I then had 3 chocolates from the Heroes tub and 3 from the Celebration's one that was left over from Christmas along with a good few gin and tonics (the diet low cal version).

Felt guilty all day today along with a massive hangover as I haven't drank in a while. Evil or Very Mad

124New Year new Norpig - Page 5 Empty Re: New Year new Norpig Sun Jan 24 2021, 09:57

Ten Bobsworth


Andy Walker
Andy Walker
@karlypants wrote:Broke my diet yesterday. I had 3 slices of thick toastie bread with Kerrygold on and 4 grilled rashers of smoked bacon. To be fair that's all I had for dinner so not really that bad.

I then had 3 chocolates from the Heroes tub and 3 from the Celebration's one that was left over from Christmas along with a good few gin and tonics (the diet low cal version).

Felt guilty all day today along with a massive hangover as I haven't drank in a while. Evil or Very Mad  
Lady Bobsworth and I are in agreement that no gentleman of discernment would mix diet tonic with gin. It is the one certain way of ruining a decent G&T.

But whilst we are in Alan Houghton mode, yesterday we had chicken and sausage sandwiches for lunch from a very nice free range chicken Lady B had roasted on Friday.

And because we both prefer to eat meat no more than once a day, we opted for a vegetable pizza in the evening whilst watching Cheltenham v Citeh on the box. 

For drinkies Lady B stuck with her much-loved Laphroaig whilst I finished off a bottle of Domaine Mas Barrau Cabernet Franc. allaboutwine.co.uk. describes it as sensual, seductive and sophisticated. They could just as easily have been describing Lady B.

125New Year new Norpig - Page 5 Empty Re: New Year new Norpig Sun Jan 24 2021, 10:09

boltonbonce

boltonbonce
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
@Ten Bobsworth wrote:
Lady Bobsworth and I are in agreement that no gentleman of discernment would mix diet tonic with gin. It is the one certain way of ruining a decent G&T.

But whilst we are in Alan Houghton mode, yesterday we had chicken and sausage sandwiches for lunch from a very nice free range chicken Lady B had roasted on Friday.

And because we both prefer to eat meat no more than once a day, we opted for a vegetable pizza in the evening whilst watching Cheltenham v Citeh on the box. 

For drinkies Lady B stuck with her much-loved Laphroaig whilst I finished off a bottle of Domaine Mas Barrau Cabernet Franc. allaboutwine.co.uk. describes it as sensual, seductive and sophisticated. They could just as easily have been describing Lady B.
I had a bottle of Fentimans ginger beer, and a bag of mini Cheddars.

126New Year new Norpig - Page 5 Empty Re: New Year new Norpig Sun Jan 24 2021, 10:35

Ten Bobsworth


Andy Walker
Andy Walker
@boltonbonce wrote:
I had a bottle of Fentimans ginger beer, and a bag of mini Cheddars.
I do hope you didn't have to go to the Warrington Foodbank for that, Boncey.

I took a quick look at their accounts, as you do. Guess what, they are bang up to date and make the  Wythenshawe Foodbank look like an office Tea Club.

127New Year new Norpig - Page 5 Empty Re: New Year new Norpig Sun Jan 24 2021, 10:59

Natasha Whittam

Natasha Whittam
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
@boltonbonce wrote:I had a bottle of Fentimans ginger beer, and a bag of mini Cheddars.

Very Happy

128New Year new Norpig - Page 5 Empty Re: New Year new Norpig Mon Jan 25 2021, 08:24

Norpig

Norpig
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
Did you add Fat club to the title of MY thread KP you bastard?  Very Happy

129New Year new Norpig - Page 5 Empty Re: New Year new Norpig Mon Jan 25 2021, 10:48

karlypants

karlypants
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
@Norpig wrote:Did you add Fat club to the title of MY thread KP you bastard?  Very Happy

:whistle: Very Happy

130New Year new Norpig - Page 5 Empty Re: New Year new Norpig Mon Jan 25 2021, 10:52

karlypants

karlypants
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
Just had my weekly weigh in and dropped another 5.4lbs which makes a total of 12lbs (5.443kg) after 3 weeks.

I have to say that now when I bend down to tie my laces, I don't feel like I've got a football squeezing up my neck! Very Happy

131New Year new Norpig - Page 5 Empty Re: New Year new Norpig Mon Jan 25 2021, 10:59

Norpig

Norpig
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
@karlypants wrote:Just had my weekly weigh in and dropped another 5.4lbs which makes a total of 12lbs (5.443kg) after 3 weeks.

I have to say that now when I bend down to tie my laces, I don't feel like I've got a football squeezing up my neck! Very Happy  
Well done fellow fat club member  Very Happy

I lost 3 pounds last week from not eating at all on Friday and not getting my appetite fully back so not the ideal way of doing it!

132New Year new Norpig - Page 5 Empty Re: New Year new Norpig Mon Jan 25 2021, 11:00

gloswhite

gloswhite
Guðni Bergsson
Guðni Bergsson
@karlypants wrote:Just had my weekly weigh in and dropped another 5.4lbs which makes a total of 12lbs (5.443kg) after 3 weeks.

I have to say that now when I bend down to tie my laces, I don't feel like I've got a football squeezing up my neck! Very Happy  
Wow ! You must have been a real Billy Bunter.  Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy
Sorry KP, I just couldn't resist the opportunity. I'm in awe of your efforts, and to be honest, slightly jealous. Keep up the good work mate.

133New Year new Norpig - Page 5 Empty Re: New Year new Norpig Mon Jan 25 2021, 11:10

gloswhite

gloswhite
Guðni Bergsson
Guðni Bergsson
I've tried different ways of losing weight over the years, and the best was the high fibre one. I was only in my thirties then. I think the celebratory strawberry tart was the start of my slide back into being a fat bastard. I have noticed though, that the older I got the harder it was to lose weight, and now that I've piled it on over Christmas, (after actually, from eating all the stuff I was given), its going to be a really long slog back to being able to see what I'm holding when I next go for a pee.  Very Happy

134New Year new Norpig - Page 5 Empty Re: New Year new Norpig Mon Jan 25 2021, 11:26

Norpig

Norpig
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
@gloswhite wrote:I've tried different ways of losing weight over the years, and the best was the high fibre one. I was only in my thirties then. I think the celebratory strawberry tart was the start of my slide back into being a fat bastard. I have noticed though, that the older I got the harder it was to lose weight, and now that I've piled it on over Christmas, (after actually, from eating all the stuff I was given), its going to be a really long slog back to being able to see what I'm holding when I next go for a pee.  Very Happy
If you can't pig out at 70 then when can you? I'm nearly 50 and it is harder to keep the weight down

135New Year new Norpig - Page 5 Empty Re: New Year new Norpig Mon Jan 25 2021, 11:49

karlypants

karlypants
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
@Norpig wrote:
@karlypants wrote:Just had my weekly weigh in and dropped another 5.4lbs which makes a total of 12lbs (5.443kg) after 3 weeks.

I have to say that now when I bend down to tie my laces, I don't feel like I've got a football squeezing up my neck! Very Happy  
Well done fellow fat club member  Very Happy

I lost 3 pounds last week from not eating at all on Friday and not getting my appetite fully back so not the ideal way of doing it!
Thanks Very Happy It’s a good start for you too.

I can’t do fasting but Just think how much more you would lose if you cut all the shite out on a weekly basis.

136New Year new Norpig - Page 5 Empty Re: New Year new Norpig Mon Jan 25 2021, 11:50

karlypants

karlypants
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
@gloswhite wrote:
@karlypants wrote:Just had my weekly weigh in and dropped another 5.4lbs which makes a total of 12lbs (5.443kg) after 3 weeks.

I have to say that now when I bend down to tie my laces, I don't feel like I've got a football squeezing up my neck! Very Happy  
Wow ! You must have been a real Billy Bunter.  Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy
Sorry KP, I just couldn't resist the opportunity. I'm in awe of your efforts, and to be honest, slightly jealous. Keep up the good work mate.
Thanks Glos Very Happy

I did start to look like a fat guts sparrow legs Very Happy

137New Year new Norpig - Page 5 Empty Re: New Year new Norpig Mon Jan 25 2021, 11:56

boltonbonce

boltonbonce
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
I decided to post a picture of some fit looking blokes to show what we'll look like by this time next year.

I googled. I saw. I wiped my search history. Shocked

138New Year new Norpig - Page 5 Empty Re: New Year new Norpig Mon Jan 25 2021, 11:58

karlypants

karlypants
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
@Norpig wrote:
@gloswhite wrote:I've tried different ways of losing weight over the years, and the best was the high fibre one. I was only in my thirties then. I think the celebratory strawberry tart was the start of my slide back into being a fat bastard. I have noticed though, that the older I got the harder it was to lose weight, and now that I've piled it on over Christmas, (after actually, from eating all the stuff I was given), its going to be a really long slog back to being able to see what I'm holding when I next go for a pee.  Very Happy
If you can't pig out at 70 then when can you? I'm nearly 50 and it is harder to keep the weight down
You used to play 5 a side though so I’m quite surprised. 

It’s just got to be the beer that’s piling the pounds on and the late night fridge raid when the hunger pangs set in due to the booze. 

I really piled on the weight since the first lockdown comfort eating tons of shite plus drinking much more than I normally did.

139New Year new Norpig - Page 5 Empty Re: New Year new Norpig Mon Jan 25 2021, 12:00

karlypants

karlypants
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
@boltonbonce wrote:I decided to post a picture of some fit looking blokes to show what we'll look like by this time next year.

I googled. I saw. I wiped my search history. Shocked
Laughing

140New Year new Norpig - Page 5 Empty Re: New Year new Norpig Mon Jan 25 2021, 12:20

Norpig

Norpig
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
@karlypants wrote:
You used to play 5 a side though so I’m quite surprised. 

It’s just got to be the beer that’s piling the pounds on and the late night fridge raid when the hunger pangs set in due to the booze. 

I really piled on the weight since the first lockdown comfort eating tons of shite plus drinking much more than I normally did.
I was playing footy until the first lockdown then never went back as my fitness had gone downhill and i'm twice the age of a lot of the players as well so it would have been even more embarrassing than usual  Very Happy

I only drink at weekends and probably only have within the 14 units per week i reckon. I need to start walking to or from work more and eating healthier and hopefully i should be ok.

The GP got back to me to say my liver enzymes were only slightly high as was my blood pressure and cholesterol so hopefully i can manage that and get all the levels back to normal within 6 months?

141New Year new Norpig - Page 5 Empty Re: New Year new Norpig Mon Jan 25 2021, 14:56

gloswhite

gloswhite
Guðni Bergsson
Guðni Bergsson
@Norpig wrote:
I was playing footy until the first lockdown then never went back as my fitness had gone downhill and i'm twice the age of a lot of the players as well so it would have been even more embarrassing than usual  Very Happy

I only drink at weekends and probably only have within the 14 units per week i reckon. I need to start walking to or from work more and eating healthier and hopefully i should be ok.

The GP got back to me to say my liver enzymes were only slightly high as was my blood pressure and cholesterol so hopefully i can manage that and get all the levels back to normal within 6 months?
You should do well Mr Pig, but is it the right time to do all this? When everyone else comes out of lockdown, and begins to enjoy themselves, you'll have chained yourself to a depressing regime. We all know chubby people are supposed to be happier Very Happy

142New Year new Norpig - Page 5 Empty Re: New Year new Norpig Sat Jan 30 2021, 11:54

karlypants

karlypants
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
Don’t forget to do your next weigh in Norpig. We want to see a good result in the effort you have put in since the previous one! :good:

143New Year new Norpig - Page 5 Empty Re: New Year new Norpig Sat Jan 30 2021, 12:26

Norpig

Norpig
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
@karlypants wrote:Don’t forget to do your next weigh in Norpig. We want to see a good result in the effort you have put in since the previous one! :good:

It's been Mrs Pigs birthday this week so not been much healthy eating this week so the hard work starts next week.

144New Year new Norpig - Page 5 Empty Re: New Year new Norpig Mon Feb 01 2021, 22:14

karlypants

karlypants
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
Had my weigh in and put 0.6lbs on so didn't make my 1 stone target. Gutted.

I'm pretty new to all this dieting bollocks so not sure if it's because of what I have had previous the night before that piled it on.

Got to keep the Faith! Onwards and upwards! Smile



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145New Year new Norpig - Page 5 Empty Re: New Year new Norpig Mon Feb 01 2021, 22:15

karlypants

karlypants
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
@Norpig wrote:
@karlypants wrote:Don’t forget to do your next weigh in Norpig. We want to see a good result in the effort you have put in since the previous one! :good:

It's been Mrs Pigs birthday this week so not been much healthy eating this week so the hard work starts next week.

Stop making excuses. Mrs Pig might see you in a new light once the six pack arrives! Very Happy

146New Year new Norpig - Page 5 Empty Re: New Year new Norpig Mon Feb 01 2021, 23:25

Sluffy

Sluffy
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@karlypants wrote:Had my weigh in and put 0.6lbs on so didn't make my 1 stone target. Gutted.

I'm pretty new to all this dieting bollocks so not sure if it's because of what I have had previous the night before that piled it on.

Got to keep the Faith! Onwards and upwards! Smile

I'm no expert but I believe that your body adapts to what happens to it, so if you do something different to what you normally do - say go on a diet - it at first burns off the calories as normal but then takes into account that you've stopped 'eating' as much and putting the calories 'in' as you normally do.

So it starts to 'expect' you to have a lower calorie intake and 'sets' your metabolism to 'burn' less and thus puts you in 'balance' again.

Or something like that.

I'm told the best way to lose weight is gradually over a long period of time, so that your body believes everything is 'normal' and doesn't try to 'compensate' to correct any 'imbalance' it detects if you go on something of a crash diet or significantly change what you eat - because once you revert back to 'normal' your body will revert back to 'normal' too.

I'm told that it is surprising how quickly people put weight back on once they end their diets and that's because you really need to change your lifestyle to keep the pounds off and not just revert back to the beer swilling couch potato you were previously.  

(Not implying you ever were though mate!)

Very Happy

147New Year new Norpig - Page 5 Empty Re: New Year new Norpig Wed Feb 10 2021, 13:23

karlypants

karlypants
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
Another 3.8lbs lost again from my weigh in last Monday for the previous week so now back on track.

I now need to find a belt for my pants as they are not far off falling down now whilst annoying I’m not complaining! Very Happy 

How are you doing Mr. pig? Have you stopped the excuses yet and started focusing on your lifestyle changes? Very Happy

148New Year new Norpig - Page 5 Empty Re: New Year new Norpig Wed Feb 10 2021, 13:26

Norpig

Norpig
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
@karlypants wrote:Another 3.8lbs lost again from my weigh in last Monday for the previous week so now back on track.

I now need to find a belt for my pants as they are not far off falling down now whilst annoying I’m not complaining! Very Happy 

How are you doing Mr. pig? Have you stopped the excuses yet and started focusing on your lifestyle changes? Very Happy
Well done KP but no one likes a show-off Very Happy

I'm eating a lot healthier at the moment, just had salad for my dinner which is unheard of for me! Eating less meat and more fruit and veg, just need to do more exercise really.

149New Year new Norpig - Page 5 Empty Re: New Year new Norpig Wed Feb 24 2021, 13:39

Norpig

Norpig
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
The healthy eating is still going on, had a nice salad for dinner (no really).

Just had a few sweet dried figs as well which taste nice as long as you don't look at them too closely, they resemble a shrivelled up anus  Shocked

150New Year new Norpig - Page 5 Empty Re: New Year new Norpig Wed Feb 24 2021, 13:42

boltonbonce

boltonbonce
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
@Norpig wrote:The healthy eating is still going on, had a nice salad for dinner (no really).

Just had a few sweet dried figs as well which taste nice as long as you don't look at them too closely, they resemble a shrivelled up anus  Shocked
I've rediscovered grapes. Dale is on talkSPORT. Hope Bob isn't listening.

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