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    Lose weight, Weight Watchers = New friends.
    Get off your lazy ass and get a job, you can't move out if you have no job.
    Stop moping around, it's hardly gonna attract the man of your dreams.
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    get out of bed find a job ...make friends ...go out with new friends/new earned money have a social life....feel better....might even help you to lose weight think positive
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    Why?
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    Won't losing weight help your diabetes? assuming you have acquired insulin resistance?

    Just get moving the simple rule to weight loss - eat less, move more. Never gonna happen if you don't get out of bed

    Now quit feeling sorry for yourself!
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    because if you dont get out of bed you are always going to be

    Obese (size 20).
    Single.
    No friends.
    Unemployed.
    In debt.
    Living with my mum.
    Diabetic

    diet and exercise to lose weight and it will also calm your diabetes down, get a job which will make you new friends and help you possibly meet a bloke as well as giving you enough money to move out and help you pay of your debt, thats everything from your list covered

    as for the first one on on your list, well nowt can be done about that but why waste your life feeling sorry for yourself, life is what you make it so if you make it **** it will be ****
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    (Original post by tomiswellcool)
    I'm not being funny but a 30 year old on a student forums....?

    I find that rather odd.
    Ditto.

    Plus noone in this country is a size 20.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I'm nearly 30.
    Obese (size 20).
    Single.
    No friends.
    Unemployed.
    In debt.
    Living with my mum.
    Diabetic.

    Give me a reason to keep getting out of bed - I dare you
    this. if not for yourself then for your mum. stop being so damn selfish and lazy! nothings going to change if you dont get out of bed in the morning.
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    (Original post by Ernesto)
    Ditto.

    Plus noone in this country is a size 20.
    lol wut? you on about the UK or somewhere else?
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    I am the OP. Please keep me anon TSR. To address some of your comments -
    I am not a troll & I am female. I send my CV to companies daily without reply. The phrase was figurative. I do get out of bed to use the loo and yes, eat bread & drink water. I cannot afford the gym or Weight Watchers. I spend most of my days alone either sleeping, reading or on the Internet. I don't know how I could meet people (for free) and don't think I even know how to talk to people anymore without revealing my insecurities. Why am I telling you all this? Because I don't think I could have this conversation with my mum. I am afraid she will ask me to seek professional help. I don't think I am at that stage just yet.
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    Because your a FAT ******D and staying in bed is only going to mean that you get fatter. Get out of bed and start burning the calories, you'll be more likely to have interest from the ladies, stufys have shown that skinny people are more likely to be popular, an employer is onyl going to think your lazy if your fat so burn those calories and get more money to pay off debt, your new girl interest would possibly mean you could leave home and move in with a girl :O and bascally being fat wont help your diabetes will it.... .... So get up and sort your life out
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    become a monk or kill an MP
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    Thanks I feel even better about my own life now
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I am the OP. Please keep me anon TSR. To address some of your comments -
    I am not a troll & I am female. I send my CV to companies daily without reply. The phrase was figurative. I do get out of bed to use the loo and yes, eat bread & drink water. I cannot afford the gym or Weight Watchers. I spend most of my days alone either sleeping, reading or on the Internet. I don't know how I could meet people (for free) and don't think I even know how to talk to people anymore without revealing my insecurities. Why am I telling you all this? Because I don't think I could have this conversation with my mum. I am afraid she will ask me to seek professional help. I don't think I am at that stage just yet.
    you meet people by getting your ass out of your house and talking to people, summer wont be long so you should go to parks or the beach (if theres one near you) just get out and do things
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    You shouldn't.

    However, I provide you with sound advice because I feel sorry for your pathetic worthless 'life':

    http://jenden.us/storage/JD/img/for_teh_lulz.jpeg
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I am the OP. Please keep me anon TSR. To address some of your comments -
    I am not a troll & I am female. I send my CV to companies daily without reply. The phrase was figurative. I do get out of bed to use the loo and yes, eat bread & drink water. I cannot afford the gym or Weight Watchers. I spend most of my days alone either sleeping, reading or on the Internet. I don't know how I could meet people (for free) and don't think I even know how to talk to people anymore without revealing my insecurities. Why am I telling you all this? Because I don't think I could have this conversation with my mum. I am afraid she will ask me to seek professional help. I don't think I am at that stage just yet.
    But you're willing to take a bunch of amateur advice (and repetitive jokes) from people on here? Given what you've said, and given that you're starting to question why youget up in the morning, I think you are at the stage where professional helpcould be beneficial. What could possibly happen with that that could make the situation worse?
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I'm nearly 30.
    Obese (size 20).
    Single.
    No friends.
    Unemployed.
    In debt.
    Living with my mum.
    Diabetic.

    Give me a reason to keep getting out of bed - I dare you
    You've got a nerve asking that question when there are people with cancer and horrific car crash injuries that had no ******* choice to be in bed but found reason to get out of it and made something of their lives.
    Get off your lazy sorry ass and do something about all those things that you can actually change. You have every reason to get out of bed and change since you're not happy about obviously letting yourself get into that position.
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    So you can jump off a building maybe?
 
 
 
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