Binge then purge, what a turn-OFF!

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    Aug 10, 2008 12:31 AM GMT
    So I was chatting it up with this extremely handsome, masculine, muscular 22 yr old here in Orlando.Not on this site but another more risque one lol. I have been pursuing him for a few weeks when I first noticed him. . Anyways, he and I were chatting and he asked me some questions about what I do, and how I lost weight. I told him that I recently gained weight back in January from surgery, and that I am dieting now. He then responds saying that he hates when he diets, but has to do it. Then goes on to say. that he just ate a half tube of cookie dough, and threw it up! I couldn't believe he was talking so freely about doing something to that extreme. I asked him why he would do that, he then continues and says that he craves sugar and bad yummy things all the time, but then realizes he just consumed 700 calories and decides to just get it out of his body as quick as possible. Now I will get back to this in a second, but then he wrote back saying, we should stop talking about this, because he is craving more cookie dough!!! WTF?!?!?!
    My thing is this, I think its more attractive in other words I guess, that if you do eat to that extreme, to just do an extra mile or two in your workout, or just cut back the simple carbs for the next few days. But when I think about it, if all we did was to stick fingers down our throat, yea we would all be muscular, or athletic looking but the price to pay for that? I'd rather be eating this healthy way I have been for rest of my life with just an average body, than to purge to reach my goal. Such a huge turn-off needless to say I have lost all attraction towards him.
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    Aug 10, 2008 1:05 AM GMT

    Don't knock it till you try it. "Blurrpp."
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    Aug 10, 2008 1:16 AM GMT
    ouch, he's gonna have mad gastro-intestinal issues in a few years. Can you says ulcers? Diet & Exercise may take longer, but they are tried and true=)
  • GQjock

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    Aug 10, 2008 1:39 AM GMT
    Glad you said that you lost all attraction for him Notso
    That boy has some serious issues
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    Aug 10, 2008 1:49 AM GMT
    I am way to greedy and cheap to throw up anything I eat. I once ate a delicious steak tip sub at work. 3/4 done I realized that there were raw onions in it (my stomach does not do well with that)....I yacked it all up. I was so pissed because I bought the sub and some fries. The rest of my afternoon I was just in a funk because I threw up and was out some money.
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    Aug 10, 2008 4:54 AM GMT
    Well, we wouldn't be muscular or anything but ugly thin. There would no nutrition consumed. Not to mention, throwing up often ruins your teeth. I'm a constant 'Intervention' watcher on A&E. They had a purger that went through three sets of false teeth. Apparently it ruins fake teeth too. Others are correct in mentioning that it will ruin his stomach, dissolve the lining in his esophagus and that his other organs will fail as well. It's a sad and quickly destructive addiction.

    Also, it goes to show that just because someone looks pretty doesn't mean they are healthy - a big misconception in the Gay community.
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    Aug 10, 2008 9:34 AM GMT
    Cookie dough? WTF is that about? You get fat, obese and unhealthy and it's not even from good food that you'd enjoy normally but cookie dough. Jeez.
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    Aug 10, 2008 9:37 AM GMT
    YUM.. cookie dough, I like to take the tubes and peel back the wrapper like its a banana icon_twisted.gif
  • TexanMan82

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    Aug 10, 2008 2:49 PM GMT
    Y'all obviously don't know anyone who's truly bulimic.
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    Aug 10, 2008 8:05 PM GMT

    I mostly just binge these days. Cookie Dough...Cookie Dough? Are you guys fucking kidding me. If you haven't consumed a family size pan of Lasagna in one setting, you haven't lived. And it took a gallon of milk to wash it down, this is the big leagues.
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    Aug 10, 2008 8:23 PM GMT
    sluggo_la said unfortunately i have no gag reflex...icon_lol.gif


    Hmmmm..... No gag reflex??? Busy?? LMAO!! icon_wink.gif
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    Aug 10, 2008 8:25 PM GMT
    notsoomuch23, glad to see you are "normal" and lost attraction to him, that's pretty sad. And what's a worse thought is that the people he associates himself with probably allow that behavior and probably even joke about it.
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    Aug 10, 2008 8:31 PM GMT
    GuiltyGear said
    I mostly just binge these days. Cookie Dough...Cookie Dough? Are you guys fucking kidding me. If you haven't consumed a family size pan of Lasagna in one setting, you haven't lived. And it took a gallon of milk to wash it down, this is the big leagues.


    mouth waters....
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    Aug 10, 2008 8:36 PM GMT
    Wow....the other day some of you were bending over backward to cyber-hug a guy with anorexia on here and now you referring to one who is obviously dealing with bulemia by basically implying he's crazy or not worth your time?

    If its a turn-off for you, fine....move on, but yeah, bulemia is a real problem and posts like these don't help the situation.

    Nice support work there....icon_rolleyes.gif
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    Aug 11, 2008 5:39 AM GMT

    MuchMore, would you date a fat guy?.............. That's what I thought. Biggorexia, yeah, because everyone wants muscle these days....however, some men don't want to be musclebound, but athletic or very trim. I'd imagine that was the case with the model from the other thread. Barring Fitness mags, most high fashion mags and underwear ads want lean cut models, but not necessarily musclebound fullbacks like yourself. And even being big, what do you do when you want to cut.....right - thankyou.
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    Aug 11, 2008 5:48 AM GMT
    I was severely bulemic through high school and into the first couple years of college. Body dsymorphia and how we approach it varies from person to person. I finally got the help and support I needed in college. I had some great friends and one of them was a straight guy who had became bulemic while trying to maintain his weight class in high school wrestling. We managed to work through it together with a little help from our counselors. It's not easy for people to understand unless they've gone through it themselves so I don't try to justify or explain it. I know what I went through, how it affected me and how I got through it and that's good enough for me.icon_smile.gif
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    Aug 11, 2008 6:12 AM GMT
    Damnit!! I knew I was forgetting something, and it wasn't the binging bit!
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    Aug 11, 2008 6:14 AM GMT
    muchmorethanmuscle said
    RBY71 saidI was severely bulemic through high school and into the first couple years of college. Body dsymorphia and how we approach it varies from person to person. />


    Sorry if I came off as offensive or insensitive but I would have never guessed that you were bulimic. You seem to be a lot more emotionally resilient from my limited exposure to you. I've known two people that have body image issues and one of them is gay, the other a female. Perhaps I was stereotyping but the two I knew had very similar traits. The shared trait between the both of them was they wanted the freedom to whine about their body conditions yet not do anything about it. And the moment I offered any type of resolution they got all bitchy on me. Super bitchy and I just got turned off. They simply wanted to whine and felt as though my wanting to help them was my way of invalidating the importance of their condition. I had a very rough time with that.
    No offense taken buddy. I wanted to get better and I did. And like I said before, If you haven't been there, then I really can't explain it to you.icon_smile.gif
  • TexanMan82

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    Aug 17, 2008 10:46 PM GMT
    muchmorethanmuscle saidYou obviously aren't.


    Um...good one?
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    Aug 17, 2008 11:04 PM GMT
    Bulimia is a sign of someone that has serious psychological issues. Same with anorexia. Most people think that anorexia and bulimia are a female issue. They are not. I know of one guy through work who is anorexic. Eats every second day, and eats mainly high protein (e.g. meat). Is one of those anti-carbs fanatics. The problem is his diet affects his mood. He can be very tempermental at times.

    Whatever happened to eating in moderation and exercising? Is it that difficult?