Weight loss

I’m a very vain person. I like to look pretty and beautiful like many other women my age and so, I dress up when I’m in the mood for vanity. But I could never understand the concept of diet and weight loss, because in truth, I’m pretty much underweight for my age, my gender and my height. I am just 34 kg. That’s just not normal.

I tend to not dwell on my lack of weight and flesh, because there’s so much advantage to it. I get to eat anything, anytime I want when the rest of the female population would be worrying about how much damage the cholesterol would do on their body and how much time they would need to spend on the threadmill as a punishment for indulging later on.

Being underweight, is really an advantage. I don’t have to go on a strict diet, and I could a eat a whole box of large pepperoni pizza in the middle of the night along with some macaroni and cheese as well as a few slice of sinfully delicious garlic bread and wash them down with some  iced  coke in the middle of the night and go to sleep  after that and still don’t have to worry about putting on weight.

Yes, I am blessed indeed. Not many could do that without having their conscience nag them to death.

Weight loss and dieting is not for me, but don’t let that stop you from following your own diet, because each and every one of us is unique in our very own way. One man’s poison is another man’s meat.

I don’t quite encourage you going around dieting without the expert’s advice, but if you’re interested in diet weight loss program, though, you can check out the link. It might help you and advice you on how to shed some of your jiggly bits that you’ve been worrying about.

ps: If you’re a guy… I think there’s no harm in visiting the gym and get the sexy V-line…they’re just to die for!


    • Cleffairy says:

      Yea… 34kgs. 🙁 People always tell me that I’ll fly away when the win blows. LOL. But thank God…there’s not that much complications coming from my underweighness. LOL…I get to pig out more often than the rest of the female population my age… and I dun get pimples too for eating oily stuff. Hahaha… God loves me!

  1. Irene says:

    wow, only 34kg?! i was underweight for almost all my life until i gave birth… got teased quite a lot also : ( but like u said, can eat n eat and not get fat… doing exercise also i won’t do, scared lose my precious grams.. haha…

    • Cleffairy says:

      You mean you gain abit after giving birth? I didn’t… my weight dropped after giving birth. Dropped 2kg. 🙁 Used to be 36kg before pregnancy. Boohooo…. 🙁 Dono why that happened. Stress? I dunno. 🙁

      I oso dun exercise much… just a swim or two every week… I oso sked I loose my precious grams. LOLOL!

  2. suituapui says:

    Beauty is only skin deep… It’s not the appearance that is important but the beauty that lies in the heart. 34kg? Last time, I dared to check…I think I was 120…kg, not pounds! Muahahahahaha!!!!

    • Cleffairy says:

      But I’m a woman ma… sobs… so I am very vain. Sobsob… like to be pretty wan.

      Wah… if my maths is correct… that means I’m not even quarter your weight? Gosh!

    • Cleffairy says:

      Cis… I tot you’re also very skinny wan? Bones beratkah? LOL… yalah, so syok… can eat all I want…and speaking of which, bila balik B’worth? I wanna pesan barang! LOL.

  3. Nelonie aka lancelonie says:

    I used to be underweight, too. But after having a child, I just couldn’t shrink back to my old self. I like it because I gained a little flesh on my legs; but I still have that unwanted baby fat. It’s all good! 🙂

    Lovely blog!

    • Cleffairy says:

      Hi, welcome to my humble blog. First time here, I see. 😀

      Gosh, that’s not fair. I was hoping that I’ll gain some curves and uh… abit of boobs enlargement after giving birth, but no… I’m stuck with the stick-like figure and you could put me into a children playgroup and nobody would notice the difference. That’s just not fair!

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