Excess Weight And Body Fats Laugh Them All Off

Excess Weight And Body Fats Laugh Them All Off

Have you ever heard of​ the​ truism “jokes are half meant”? if​ you have,​ do you believe in​ it? if​ you have not,​ then now,​ you have read of​ it​ and maybe if​ you read on,​ you’d be able to​ think of​ a​ joke of​ your own which could be half or​ full-meant.

I gathered some of​ the​ most popular jokes on​ health and fitness over the​ Internet and after laughing about them,​ I thought maybe I could tell something that would prove that these jokes were born out of​ the​ sometimes painful and bitter realities of​ life.

It would really be nice to​ have a​ slim and really fit body but not everybody is​ blessed with such. There are some people,​ no matter how much food they take,​ including calories,​ fats and all,​ who never gain weight or​ grow fat. But to​ those who are blessed with tons of​ excesses in​ fats and weight,​ trimming down is​ one of​ the​ most difficult tasks in​ the​ world. Especially if​ “exercise” and “dieting” are alien terms for them,​ this humorous analysis of​ how the​ human body was arranged is​ just right:

I don't exercise at​ all. if​ God had wanted me to​ touch my toes He would have put them up higher on​ my body.

Sometimes,​ in​ the​ lowest point of​ your weight-loss campaign wherein only your weight doesn’t go down and the​ rest,​ most especially your ego,​ has dropped down beyond the​ base,​ you find ways to​ console your ultra-bruised and dying ego. And one is​ to​ consider that every shape is​ accepted in​ the​ society:

I'm in​ shape. Round is​ a​ shape.

And then there’s the​ matter of​ aging. to​ some,​ the​ question is: why change the​ course of​ time? a​ person’s age adds up and along with the​ increase of​ the​ age is​ the​ gradual decline of​ the​ body. it​ is​ just a​ normal process. Why put pressure on​ yourself and your failing body? Age,​ time and fats are ganging up on​ you,​ three to​ one:

The older you get,​ the​ tougher it​ is​ to​ lose weight because by then,​ your body and your fat have become such inseparably good friends.

To choose whether to​ follow what you think or​ what you feel is​ another difficult task. it​ is​ an​ honorable and praiseworthy thought of​ working to​ get into shape. But,​ what would you do if​ the​ spirit is​ willing but the​ flesh is​ weak?

Every time I get the​ urge to​ exercise,​ I lie down till the​ feeling passes.

And then there are some people whose form of​ exercise is​ sharpening their wits. They could utter one-liner wisecracks that could make it​ to​ the​ funniest sitcom on​ TV:

The only exercise you get is​ jumping to​ conclusions.

And who said that only the​ adults are having a​ hard time being friendly with exercising? Take a​ trip to​ a​ school PE schedule and you might be surprised to​ hear some outrageous quips coming from the​ tots that you think are advocates of​ physical fitness:

My gym teacher told me to​ touch my toes. I said,​ "I don't have that kind of​ relationship with my feet. Can I just wave?"
Excuses are the​ most popular forms of​ escape from the​ campaign towards getting fit and healthy. Here are some excuses that you may have sheepishly used once,​ twice or​ maybe more than thrice:
• But it​ was my birthday,​ so I had to​ eat the​ whole cake.
• I had to​ get the​ bitter taste out of​ my mouth from eating the​ so-called dish,​ so I had an​ ice cream.
• If you eat something and no one sees you eat it,​ it​ has no calories.
• If you drink a​ diet soda with a​ candy bar,​ the​ diet soda cancels out the​ calories in​ the​ candy bar.
• If you fatten up everyone else around you,​ then you look thinner.
• Only eat things that have been broken into pieces; that way,​ all the​ calories fall out.
• Chocolate is​ a​ vegetable. How,​ you ask? Chocolate is​ derived from cacao beans. Bean = vegetable. Sugar is​ derived from either sugar CANE or​ sugar BEETS. Both are plants,​ which places them in​ the​ vegetable category. Thus,​ chocolate is​ a​ vegetable.
And there’s just the​ hardheaded approach,​ the​ I-really-don’t-care-whether-I’m-fat-or-slim attitude that you may pronounce as​ a​ hopeless case. It’s actually very easy to​ tell,​ once you hear this line,​ it’s it:
I'm not into working out. My philosophy is​ no pain,​ no pain.
Getting fit and staying healthy is​ not a​ laughable matter – or​ is​ it? One thing sure is​ that it​ isn’t an​ easy task. it​ involves determination,​ hard work and some light moments on​ the​ side. After all,​ laughing – for a​ long period – can help shake those excess fats off. And even the​ doctors agree it’s the​ world’s best medicine.

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