Sunday, September 1, 2013

These bitter, tasteless cruel tabloids makes the celebrity life incredibly unappetizing (part 3)


So can these magazines ever be helpful? Inspirational? Or informative?



I think so. If there really is a celebrity who gets healthy and keeps it off and transforms their bodies and lives... then YES! I think the stories can be inspirational. But the problem is, celebrities are people just like the rest of us (they just happen to have better paying jobs with way more perks.) But we don't know what their stress feels like. They may have the same problems as the rest of us. They may hate exercising or eating healthy or have no idea what to eat in the first place.

They have weight issues like the rest of us. Luckily, we may just have neighbors, friends, and our mom's telling us how fat we are. Just imagine how it would feel if every time you fell off the salad wagon, your local newspaper published a story of you eating a chili dog or buying a bigger pants size at the local Walmart.

That would suck.


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Imagine if you losing weight - and maybe gaining it again - was an issue for your local TV or radio station, or a Facebook page was dedicated to it. That's how it must feel for the ladies here.




















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