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Wednesday, November 16, 2016

I had a very confusing experience today - I met a lady that I had not seen for about three weeks. The first words out of her mouth were "You have grown fat!". Now that was totally confusing to me. I saw this lady just three weeks ago. I weigh myself daily and the scale says I weigh less today than I did three weeks ago. My clothes fit the same as they did three weeks ago. I feel the same as I did three weeks ago. What did that statement mean?

I've asked a few close friends and they say I have not grown fat. These are the kind of friends who would not feel the need to lie to me.
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    Oh my goodness!
    1469 days ago
    I just read your blog, and I have to say that I agree 100% with BAMBILIONSS - that comment is not something a real friend would make. Maybe she was having a bad day, and decided if she wasn't happy , she could go around making others unhappy as well. Sadly, I've known quite a few people like that. Just ignore her comment - it was rude and obviously undeserved.
    1536 days ago
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    I agree with what has been said by the other Sparkpeople here. You are awesome and this "lady" is not worthy of your time and attention.
    1566 days ago
    I have met many people here who always will tell you that you have grown fat when they have not seen you for a few weeks. My suspicion is that either they are gaining weight themselves and wish you are gaining as well or it is their way of small talk
    1567 days ago
    The person who said that may actually mean just the opposite but her jealousy wouldn't let her say something positive. This person is NOT your friend!
    1567 days ago
    That doesn't sound like a friend honey. That just sounds like some, rather rude, person you happen to know.
    1567 days ago
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