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Annie, I love you.

I'd forgotten how often we saw Magritte

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Annie, I love you.

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But for FUCK'S SAKE, woman.

  • Dude. That's just scary.

    It makes me want to tell her to sit down and I'll make her a sandwich, maybe a cup of soup.

    I mean, I know there's a lot of overweight people in the world, but...
  • Gah.

    I'd guess she catches at least a quart of water in that clavicle when it rains. Eek.
  • I've got to
    eat something,
    but the choice is
    I guess I'll just

  • Ummm...actually, my mom looked like that for a good part of her life. I don't find it scary, just non-attractive. It may be something she can't help, my mom wasn't able to, either, no matter how much she ate, she could NOT gain weight. (Yes. Sometimes that can be as bad as not being able to lose weight.)
    • Oh, I believe you! But.

      I used to be unable to gain weight. Then my metabolism slowed down with a vengeance, after my heart didn't have to work so hard just to get blood into itself. Now I have padding.
      Annie's also lost a lot of weight since 1990: she wasn't THAT skinny a decade ago.
  • Gah...

    And without a reported substance abuse problem, too...

    I still think that pic of her with the bear is worse, though.
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