Weight for these Quotes: Food for Thought

It’s sometimes nice to know we’re not the only ones who are obsessing about weight or fitness issues:

  • I was once on a diet for two weeks running. All I lost was two weeks – George Foreman
  • The Alimentary canal is thirty-two feet long You control only the first three inches of it. Control it well. – Kin Hubbard
  • I bought a talking refrigerator that said Oink ever time I opened the door. It made me hungry for pork chops –Marie Matt
  • When we lose twenty pounds, we may be losing that twenty best pounds we have! We may be losing the pounds that contain our genius, our humanity, our love and honesty – Woody Allen
  • In the Middle Ages, they had guillotines, stretch racks, whips and chains. Nowadays, we have much more effective torture device called the bathroom scale – Stephen Phillips
  • No diet will remove all the fat from your body because the brain is entirely fat. Without a brain, you might look good, but all you could do is run for public office – George Bernard Shaw
  • The second day of a diet is always easier than the first. By the second day, you are off it – Jackie Gleason
  • I went on a diet. Had to go on two diets at the same ttime because one diet wasn’t giving me enough food – Barry Marder
  • My doctor told me to stop having intimate dinners for four – unless there are three other people – Orson Welles
  • At the end of every diet, the path curves back to the trough – Mason Cooley
  • A waist is a terrible thing to mind – Jane Caminos

Sometimes – it’s good to know we’re not the only ones with weighty thoughts on our mind. What weighty thoughts have you got on your mind?

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About Heather Long

Heather Long is 35 years old and currently lives in Wylie, Texas. She has been a freelance writer for six years. Her husband and she met while working together at America Online over ten years ago. They have a beautiful daughter who just turned five years old. She is learning to read and preparing for kindergarten in the fall. An author of more than 300 articles and 500+ web copy pieces, Heather has also written three books as a ghostwriter. Empty Canoe Publishing accepted a novel of her own. A former horse breeder, Heather used to get most of her exercise outside. In late 2004, early 2005 Heather started studying fitness full time in order to get herself back into shape. Heather worked with a personal trainer for six months and works out regularly. She enjoys shaking up her routine and checking out new exercises. Her current favorites are the treadmill (she walks up to 90 minutes daily) and doing yoga for stretching. She also performs strength training two to three times a week. Her goals include performing in a marathon such as the Walk for Breast Cancer Awareness or Team in Training for Lymphoma research. She enjoys sharing her knowledge and experience through the fitness and marriage blogs.