Misplaced Resolutions

The key to fitness, Mark decided, was drinking loads of bottles of water.  Of course, Martha remarked, you do know your teeth will fall out – there’s zero fluoride in those.  Well thanks for your support, Mark said, unable to stop his tongue running an urgent check along his doomed teeth.

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    1. Thanks: I do hope so – he’s trying his best! It’s just not very good….someone told me on new year’s eve that thinking very hard about exercise is almost as effective as actually doing it so that’s my new plan. I’m going to pass this pearl of wisdom onto Mark at some point….

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  1. I can’t remember where I heard of it but you should try the smell diet. Not for actually dieting purposes but as an intriguing experiment. You take what you want to eat, but really shouldn’t, and you just smell it for 15 minutes. At that point, you’re stimulated by the smell enough to feel as though you actually ate it. I tried it once. I still ate the cupcake and it was sweeter from the wait.

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      1. Oh okay – with a few bespoke adaptations I reckon I could still make it work. Hold on, if you don’t eat the food you smell, what are you supposed to do with it? Give it to someone who is thinner than you that you’re trying to fatten up? It all sounds a little bitter. I’m thinking this is a very twisted regime we’re exploring here…..

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