Monday, July 13, 2015


Firstly, my weight and intake - despite eating an entire (yes, the whole goddamn thing) loaf of white bread yesterday, I weighed 71.6kg this morning. Clearly, I am actually that fat that I can eat 2000 calories and still lose 1kg. It's kinda funny. ANYWAY, today I did better. I had a venti iced latte from Starbucks (allegedly 100 cals), a ton of coffee at work (150) and some soup mixed with root veg mash (260), so my intake today is a smooth 510 calories. I'm. Fucking. Stoked. Yeah, so I'm literally hoping to be below 70 by the end of the week - the first few kgs are the easiest. 

Anyway, so the subject of my post. I'm writing a book, again. I'm not going to tell you what it's about, because it's a surprise. BUT I NEED HELP - basically, the main character is a psychopath asshole who has super long manicured nails - the nails are significant, but I can't tell you why - my question - why does he have them? What is the sinister purpose - I originally thought some kind of drug use (like they did in the 70s) or something to do with scratching - he can't be a murderer and he can't be a criminal. ANY IDEAS? 

Wish me luck for my weigh in tomorrow. 

Peace & Love
Xo Xo


désespérée de maigrir said...

Classical guitar!

Ṣαᵯ ȽuРіῄ│ said...

a whole loaf of bread isn't so bad.

you are not 'that' fat that you can eat 2,000 and lose 1kg. it just happened. your metabolism must've been incredibly sufficient on that particular day. ;)

good luck. you'll hopefully be under the 70 belt way sooner than you'd expect. <3

interestingly enough - would it fit your character's persona if he just 'likes' to have them long and manicured? or that they just are that way? they'd make for lovely prose of descriptions either way you choose to go.

-Sam Lupin