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+3 votes

Same,more or less?

The Leftists have left us!

asked in Diet and Health by (589,380 points)

11 Answers

+2 votes

I piled on the pounds as soon as the doctor put me on meds that had weight gain as a side effect. And now the dude wonders why I need to lose some weight. Hello!

Just Relax and have Fun with it.

answered by (3,421,331 points)
+2 votes

My driving license only weighs about one pound if that, so no.

We have met the enemy and he is us.

answered by (2,235,770 points)
+2 votes

Currently less.

I have been sick.

answered by (1,194,590 points)

Sorry to hear that


That's what I said.  Small intestine obstruction.  I was on the no food diet for about a week while they figured out what was wrong, took it out, and then recovery.  I went down about 15 pounds.  Still down ten.  Then spent two weeks walking in the Scottish highlands.

+3 votes

I'm getting there......

 I unabashedly lie about my weight every time I have to disclose it. Download cheeky 10

answered by (1,991,120 points)
+2 votes

Same, my weight has been constant over the last 25-30 years.  My last deployment before Reserves and retirement from the Corps I was 10 pounds lighter

“Better a true enemy than a false friend.”

answered by (2,822,740 points)
+3 votes

I say more so they're pleasantly surprised when they see me! lol 

answered by (960 points)
+2 votes

Much more!  I don't think my driver's license weighs even an ounce or two... and I'm MUCH heavier than that...


answered by (521,220 points)
+2 votes

Yes, much more. It must about 10 grams and I weigh much more! :D

The only true wisdom is in knowing you know nothing.       -Socrates

answered by (521,740 points)
+3 votes

used to be.  A little more now

Time is simply how we live our lives-Craig Sager

answered by (1,277,770 points)
+2 votes

NY State stopped asking weight (and hair color) many years ago on their drivers licenses. (They knew that those items would constantly change.)

answered by (789,420 points)
+1 vote

hell naw...

answered by (3,255,880 points)
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