Discussion in 'Health and Lifestyle' started by G.T., Jul 2, 2009.
And I will do my best.
I never exercise, I eat whatever and whenever I choose, I smoke too much, and I am apparently in excellent health. I still wear the same sized clothes I wore when I was 25 years old, and my cholesterol levels are those of a 14 year old kid, and high school girls still flirt with me, for jst three examples of this unnatural life I seem to be leading.
Naturally, I feel cheated because I am not getting my fair share of the free health care benefits that other veterans my age are typically getting.
Question: Is that picture of me in my basement -- the one that seems to be me getting older and sicker -- something I should get revarnished?
PS. no I am NOT a vampire.
I'll have to know your age to answer all of this.
be careful with a knife around that picture
When considering reaching out in this thread, do realize that I base everything I posess by-way of knowledge on the subject not just on research, but on trial and error and personal experience. I've come up with ways to engage the "diet and exercise" front in life that have helped a lot of lazy procrastinators, and I'd be glad to do it over and over.
Sitting in front of a computer is lousy exercise. Chips and beer does not add much either yet taste good on a hot day.
I'm not entirely sure.
I'll have to ask my dad when he comes in from breaking those wild horses.
But as I recall Christ was a corporal when I was a kid.
I understand everyone's aspirations of being an internet comedian, but I WAS sincerely hoping to help some folks out.
Christ didn't serve. Maybe LSD has caused your memories to get away from you.
Actually just put that in there so I can keep tabs on the thread...who knows I may learn something I wish to apply.
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