Feb 02, 2009 5:45 PM GMT
Those are your only choices. No wiggle room. A or B.
colmofdublin saidCan I be a nice snob? I'll take A) anyway
CDN_Webby saidI think I know where you’re going with this Calson (you tell me).
The question is about peer pressure on currently accepted norms of health and food. An example comes to mind: your friends have the habit of getting a bite to eat after a night out. The usual choice (norm) is to order some greasy carbs of some kind.
(A) Are you going to be a health bitch/douche bag by not going with your friends, or by ordering a glass of water or a salad (beautiful/healthy and a snob)
(B) Are you going to ply/comply by ordering along with them for the sake of being with your friends? (Nice and fat)
Ok, it’s a trite/simple/facile example. I find it hard to choose, nonetheless. You’re trying to make healthier life changes and yet are still within an old set of friendships that were based on unhealthy habits….
So right now in my life I would say, A. I’ll have to show by example even it disrupts friendships
Sedative saidA) Because I'll be too snobby and too beautiful to even notice how ugly I am inside, and even then the world will still love me anyway.
I know... I'm bitter and shallow
P.S. Would B imply being ugly? Because I for one am attracted more to the bearish types rather than the sleek model-physique type. Depends on what 'fat' means in this case. If then, I'll be a beautiful and nice B.