Wednesday

fat bunny

According to the NASM textbook:

Today, approximately two thirds of adults are considered overweight and one third (33 percent) of adults are estimated to be obese.
Now, I know that I was an English grad student and not a math grad student and all, but last I checked, two thirds plus one third equals three thirds, or one whole. Therefore, I am fat.

And so are you.

8 comments:

Desmama said...

No, I think it's saying that two thirds are overweight, but obese is included in that "overweight" category--so it's a total of two thirds.

And as for you being fat--whatever. Coworker and I were talking about you at TinyDes's blessing. We were complaining that you could eat anything and not gain weight. She said, "[EKB] is going to die skinny with Oreo creme in his heart." Chuh.

Anonymous said...

Just shut up now. If you are fat, then I am... I'm sorry, I can't come up with a comparison that is extreme enough. My Diet Coke hasn't kicked in yet.

Edgy said...

I know what they meant . . . I'm just pointing out what they said . . .

Tolkien Boy said...

Because of this post, I won't have any fat for dinner tonight.

Okay, I didn't have any choice. But still...

MikeyV said...

We said no to carbs this week. Why did we bother. My friend reports that if 100% of us are fat it is not a bad thing because famed fashion designer Isaac Mizrahi says "Fat is the new black." Sweet! I'm in style.

noelle feather said...

"Fat is the new black"?

Yesssssssssssssssssssssssssssssss.

I'm soooo there.

Th. said...

.

Crap.

Melyngoch said...

Poor Th. Neither fat nor black.

And I prefer "lipid."