“Have a donut, there’s no fat or calories in them” – HAAAAAAAAAAAAA–that’s so not cute or funny to me. It’s almost insulting, as if I would just imagine with you that donuts are as good a choice as Greek Yogurt. I’m not a prude when it comes to treats, I do indulge on cookies, muffins, pie, and ice cream from time to time. But when I kindly say “no thank you” there’s no need to blatantly write up false nutrition facts on your donuts.
“Ohhhh, you don’t have to watch what you eat, you’re skinny!” – You know nothing about my daily caloric intake and outtake, unless you’re stalking me, and that’s bothersome. Don’t make assumptions about what I can or can’t eat based on your judgment of my waistline.
“Oh, eating an orange?” – YES I AM EATING AN ORANGE OMG. I just don’t get why people ask me what I’m eating while I’m eating it. Fruit is not exotic by all means, it’s just fruit. You can get an orange for 69¢ at the grocery store. Try it out sometime.
“Make sure you get outside” – The thing is, I probably spend more time outside than the people who tell me to get outside do. If your idea of getting outside is driving somewhere to tell a cashier “get outside”, then you fail.
Seeing that it’s “Four Things Friday”, I’ll stop here. But trust me, there’s more where that came from. Let’s make it an irk-free Friday!