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+1647 – SLPT- Trying a new diet? Try quitting your job. Not being able to afford food is a great way to lose weight

2022-04-04 06:20:36

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  1. Or do a further university degree. Your student loans will also make you not able to afford food.

  2. I always said poverty is the best diet.

  3. I have a job, and this still works.

  4. My job has already forced me onto this diet.

  5. It’s really not a great way to lose weight though. Eventually you gotta eat something, and the types of foods you can get really cheap when you’re broke af are often pretty fattening and awful for you. And it’s even worse if you’ve also ended up homeless, since the cheap stuff that *isn’t* bad for you generally requires a kitchen and things like refrigeration and storage space to have and prepare.

  6. Also get a drug problem

  7. Or get a pancreatitis! As soon as you eat the pain gets a lot worse. So you will avoid eating

  8. I got confused. I now have a higher paying job and can afford more food.

  9. Good idea, I currently work at Popeyes. Not a healthy choice…

  10. False, I’m broke and fat.

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    Less-Sheepherder6222 April 4, 2022 at 6:31 pm

    This is actually the best way to quit smoking

    Edit.
    A word

  12. Unless you are like me and eat when you are bored…..Sitting around the house all day I would be eating a bunch of cheap junk food.

  13. From experience, being poor or homless is the BEST weight loss

  14. Worked for me! I was unemployed for a couple months right after getting my degree and man I think I lost 20 pounds between stress and not eating

  15. This tip is epecially shitty if you consider my new diet is targeting weight GAIN. (am underweight)

  16. Protip: get a job at Papa Johns. One look at their processing plant and you’ll never want to eat again.

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