A Letter to that last bit of Belly Fat

~”Sometimes, just sometimes, loyalty isn’t that appealing a quality.”

This is a letter to that very last bit of belly fat we all seem to be struggling with šŸ˜›


Dear Belly Fat,

I clearly remember the day you crept into my life. It’s unbelievableĀ how comfortably you put down your roots, and became such a part of me. Who would have thought we’d be together for so long?

You stood by me through thick and thin – and never left my side. No matter how many times I let you down, you wouldn’t budge. Not even when I cheated on you withĀ all those crunches, or thatĀ treadmill, or those cups of steaming green tea. You were always so forgiving, your love so fiercely stubborn. You didn’t even mind when I tried to hide you in public, ashamed to be seen with you.

But, as they say, all good things must come to an end.Ā I guess it’s time to part ways.

For starters,Ā I don’t even think I deserve someone as loyal and devoted as you. I mean, don’t you want to be with someone who actually values you for who you are? Me?Ā I never even worked hard to keep you in my life. On the contrary.

I don’t even feel the same way about you anymore. The spark – it seems to be missing. But don’t get me wrong – I don’t blame you. I just seem to have some major trust issues.Ā Trust me, it’s not you, it’s me. Frankly, I think you’d be better off without me.

We are just too different and want different things. I love fitted dresses, which you hate. The same with cropped tops. And low waist jeans. And beachwear. The list can go on and on. Why would you want to be with someone whom loves all the things you hate?

I sincerely believe it’s for the best that we move on. And I hope you find someone else who truly makes you happier.
I know it’s tough butĀ it is finally time to say goodbye.


P.S. I believe it’s best if we don’t ever get back in touch. You know, just to make the moving on easier.


Do you feel the same way about belly fat? I wanna know!


4 Comments Add yours

  1. revengestar says:

    I think it’s my loyalty on the french fries that creates the problem. Belly fat comes and goes too fast, definitely not ready for a long term commitment.

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  2. Haha! I love it! I’m like that buddha ornament, fat all over but with a particularly large belly that I don’t love but like many bad relationships I just can’t let go!
    Tania @ http://www.thegammonkitchen.wordpress.com

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    1. Haha Tania! It’s the same with everyone – just can’t seem to let go šŸ™‚

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