Philosophical Dan wrote:Is that seriously it? That eating what is, essentially, nutritionless rubbish brings you that much happiness that you wouldn't countenance balancing it with some healthier foods?
Feel free to tell me to f*ck off, but I've a few questions for you:
1. How old are you?
2. Did your parents (or guardian or whatever) try to encourage you to eat healthily, or were you raised on a diet of - let's be blunt here - crap?
3. Don't you find the way junk food makes you feel after consuming it off-putting? Or does the salt/sugar/grease "high" tickle a part of your brain that other foods just won't touch?
4. Are you fit? Do you take regular exercise, and can you live a normal life without feeling short of breath or worn out?
5. Or are you overplaying all the "fryups, kebabs" tales, and you do actually have a balanced diet?
I genuinely can't understand how a rational adult can live an unfit, unhealthy lifestyle, knowing full well what it's doing to them. I've only ever found the world to be a much more exciting and fun place when I'm feeling fit & healthy.
Raised on a reasonable diet
No not really, like I say rabbit food does nothing for me and I do not constantly live off of fry ups etc but I won't swerve one if I fancy it
I have a physical job I get 5-6 hours exercise a day doing that, I don't really walk anywhere as I have a car, sounds lazy but hey ho.
I don't overplay it, I have a reasonable diet really but like I say if I fancy a bit of **** food I'll have it, quite simple.
That is fair enough and your opinion, I probably could be fitter but I refuse to spend my free time slaving away in a gym when I could be in a pub garden enjoying a few beers, out with mates etc.