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If asked, do you lie about your weight?
Because you think your fooling someone else or yourself! Your scale is off a sliver!
well, actually, I don't own a scale- but my POV would be "why on earth would someone ask a question like that?" Unless the person is your doctor or someone similar who might have a reason, it seems like a pointless & out-of-line question.
Unless it is by a medical provider, it would certainly be rude to ask that quesiton. No way I could lie about it. It would be pointless as one of my friends or family are blind - they can see me quite clearly.
I do not lie about my weight. I stress to make sure I'm the right size that I want to be. Health is a major factor for me.
I used to, but since I've lost a great deal of weight, I am no longer embarassed to state my true weight.
I don't lie, but I don't tell either since I am over the three oh oh.
I couldn't lie if I wanted to. I have no idea what I weigh. Haven't been on a scale in 3 years....even at the Dr.'s......It says right on my chart: "Pt. will not get on scale, do not insist.".......and just the other day I found out that there's a whole lot of women (especially my age-bracket) who flatly refuse to be weighed.....here's why, rutley. Many years of obsessing about numbers.....weight, money, bills, income, number of friends, calories, fat grams...blah blah......At a certain point in life...you relax and enjoy life. Embrace who we are, flaws, a little flab, grey hairs, wrinkles...and all. Don't ask how old I am, how much I weigh, how much money I have or certainly NOT how many ex-lovers.........and we'll get along marvelously!!
No I don't because I feel good about myself. And others should know that there is nothing to be ashamed of whatever size you are, each one is unique and beautiful!
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