Wednesday, October 22, 2008

The Biggest Loser and Other Updates

I have only a few things to say about last night's episode. The first is a repeat refrain from a few weeks ago. It goes a little something like this:

Vicky you're a huge bitch
huge bitch, huge bitch
Vicky you're a huge bitch
I hate you.

The second is a new verse to that song. It goes a little something like this:

Heba shut your fat mouth
fat mouth, fat mouth
Heba shut your fat mouth
I hate you.

I try not to be a negative person, but Vicky your scrunchy, smarmy, snarky face makes me hate you with a venomous passion that might only be diminished by your exit from the show.

I could not believe that she said she didn't care about seeing her kids on video. She basically said, I am a huge selfish bitch who is only after the money, the weight loss is secondary and so is my family.

Vicky, I hope Brady wins the biggest loser, divorces you and takes all that money, then marries a fitness trainer with a sick bod, who is not only beautiful on the outside--she is something you will never be--beautiful on the inside. Oh, and I hope you gain back all the weight you lose and spend the rest of your days in a shame spiral full of fried chicken and the dollar menu from Micky D's.

Well I feel better.

I was sad to see Amy P. go but it was pretty obvious she was on the chopping block. Hopefully Phil works it out and makes it to the final.

Updates

I am running for a longer period of time and hope to not only increase my time but my distance as well. My goal is to get to three miles (non-stop) by the end of this month and then just add distance from there.

It got really cold here this week and I haven't run outside since the weather changed. I definitely need a couple of new workout pants because mine just keep falling down and it is kind of hard to run while hitching up your pants for three miles. My goal is to get back outside tomorrow and see how it goes.

2 comments:

  1. You can try Road Runner Sports for all types of running things. They have very reasonable prices for the gear, but they tend to pummel you with shipping so it's best to get more than one item. Your issue is probably trying to figure out your size for a whole new category of gear which won't be easy online. Running stores will often crush you with their prices unless you find a good sale.

    I'll be curious to see how it goes for your temperature wise because following the +20 degree rule can be tough mentally. In fact, it might not yet apply since you are doing a lot of run/walk in your training.

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  2. It is just so cold out right now! I can't imagine wearing shorts. I am actually less concerned about dressing for the +20 degrees and more concerned that I find pants that fit!

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