Inspired by the claims of the now infamous (well done for that) Kenneth Tong, I thought I would use his inane drivel and his theory of “managed anorexia” to compile this, The Idiot’s Guide to Anorexia.
1. Anorexia is NOT a lifestyle choice.
Kenneth Tong claimed that he didn’t promote Anorexia, but “managed anorexia,” a term that [...]
An easy entry for me: it’s all been said.
The full interview: www.johannhari.com – Long, but well worth the read.
More from me later!
We all knew it anyway. Here lies the explanation behind the ridiculous behaviour of a cretin named Kenneth.
No names here. I don’t wish to give him the satisfaction. An ex-Big Brother housemate who pretty much nobody has ever heard of, nevermind recognise, has displayed over the last week what can only be described as a sickening desperation for attention.
To get a gist of the public reaction to what I found a very emotional, honest expose of a man who I’m sure has already had his share of abuse and humiliation, I followed the #britainsfattestman hashtag on Twitter. I was expecting a plethora of abusive messages – people always do attack easy targets – but nothing could prepare me for the torrade of sickening comments, sneers and whatever other disgusting crap was coming out of these thoughtless Twitterers.
A bit of light relief. Every day my inbox becomes packed with what can only be described as an ‘interesting’ array of Press Releases. When they first started piling up I became excited at the idea that people must think I was a ‘real’ journalist and soon they were queuing up to tell me about [...]
Working my way through about our third bag of chocolate eclairs since Santa came to visit, sitting for hours on my somehow extraordinarily magnetic beanbag, laptop open and TV blaring – pretty much heaven for a few hours each day before my boyfriend is back at work and I have to face oncoming exams, essays [...]
You would recognise the pictures. The poster campaign featuring the naked, emaciated body of French model Isabelle Caro earned her an international title as ‘the face of Anorexia’. But she was far more than that…
Tradition isn’t it. I know, I know, I’m a massive hypocrite who chastises the Catholic church and then sails along happily with the rest of the family on Christmas Eve and smiles at everyone who saw me as an innocent little cutie singing in the choir aged 6. I admit it – so shoot me.
Things aren’t perfect – they never are and never will be. But my, how things have changed…
This time last year I was breaking a rule by stepping outside in the snow. I was a danger to myself and not responsible for myself and so I was told that I had to stay inside. The rebel [...]
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