Keto Complaint Department


#1598

:joy::joy:


(traci simpson) #1599

My sports bras are too big and boobeage slips out underneath!


(Susan) #1600

That is great =). I was thinking that donating all our too big clothes to Battered Women’s Shelters might be a great idea, they are always asking for donations of Women’s sanitary products, toiletries, baby products, etc but I thought since so many of these women leave quickly, without a lot of their things, this would be a good idea.


#1601

That’s great! I am officially wearing mine on my middle finger as of last week. It will legitimately fall off on my ring finger (in the summer heat no less). Toying with the idea of buying a pretty fake to wear until I decide if I need to resize the real ones.


(Susan) #1602

I bought a fake set -band with fake diamonds and the engagement ring bit of it has diamonds each side and a centre diamond. I bought the set for $3.00 from a site that I love, that is located in China (free shipping to Canada on many items). I get loads and loads of compliments on the set all the time!

I set aside my real rings and I need to find them now (to remember where they are) haha because now the others are spinning around on my finger and I am thinking the others will fit again.


(Jane) #1603

You can get a ring guard that is adjustable pretty cheap. My husband had to buy one after his wedding ring fell off and it really bothered him. He is an artist and designed our rings and had them custom made so it would be a big deal if one of us lost their ring. :cry:


(Susan) #1604

That is very neat and special that he designed them. Maybe it would be a good idea for you to both get them sized down, since you have both lost so much? Yours must be big too?


(Jane) #1605

We should!


(BuckRimfire) #1606

LOL/TMI
:slight_smile:


(Cynthia Anderson) #1607

Oh the clothes issue. LOL. I’ve shrunk out of most of mine too.

I’m about to shrink out of my swimskirt that used to be too small.

Thankfully I know where a super cheap thrift store is.


(A ham loving ham! - VA6KD) #1608

(Me replying to me from a post this week two years ago) Two years later and not much has changed…'cept the mat, the flooring, oh and I’m down another 30 or so lbs…


(Eric - The patient needs to be patient!) #1609

awesome. Oh, nice weight loss as well.


(Susan) #1610

Congrats on the additional 30 pounds lost!

Those doggies are so cute!


(A ham loving ham! - VA6KD) #1611

Yeah - I learnt and accepted that I’m a (very!) slow loser at times, and that’s OK. No miracle “100 lbs in six month” weight loss for me. Progress forward, is still not progress back.

And the dogs still know who’s the one with all the GOOD stuff to eat. :smile:


(Old Baconian) #1612

C’mon, keto! I haven’t been able to wear these pants for a couple of decades and now they keep falling off my butt? Couldn’t you have given me more than two days of them fitting right? And am I going to have to drill another hole in my belt?


(K-9 Handler/Trainer, PSD/EP Specialist, Veteran) #1613

Yeah. Had to re-tailor the clothes that could be re-tailored… more than once. Am I the money man? Drat!
And curse these visible abs! Curses!


(IDM Educator) #1614

Ongoing problem on the ketogenic diet. I’m accepting the fact that it will never resolved. Here’s my issue:
The food is so satiating I can’t eat as much as I want.
/ rant


(Hyperbole- it’s the best thing in the universe! ) #1615

I recently bought two “designer” (I am in China… what is real?) belts, cut to size. they weren’t cut well to begin with, but I have the tools, and, after watching the guy, the know-how, to fix them myself. His imprecision notwithstanding. And this fix is bcoming more and more urgent as I near that last notch on my belt even at jean’s waist level.

Also, I have pants I have saved nigh this past decade that now fit, but are no longer in sttyle. On the one hand I am glad those muffin-top inducing trousere are no longer required, But dang, those were my battle shorts I have saved for so long and now they are obsolite. I need new battle shorts. people! Preferedly bejeweled, but khaki is fine too,


(Susan) #1616

You can wear them for around your home, and just not out, this is what I do =). I only care what I am wearing if it is out in public. For walking around the neighbourhood, being in the backyard or in the house, I am still wearing my same things from 48 pounds ago =). Because I did so much yoyo dieting for so many years, I have clothes that I kept that I can hardly wait to get into. I will look forward to fitting into some more, so I will then donate my bigger things that I am still currently wearing =-).


(KCKO, KCFO) #1617

Well hang on to them some more, they will be back in style soon after you do away with them.

Happens to me all the time. I buy what I think will be a classic piece and next thing you know it is out of fashion, hang on to it for several yoyos of my weight. Finally get back into it, and if it was the shorter blazer style no one wants to be seen in anything but longer blazers. Get rid of the shorter one finally, and next year, everyone wants the shorties again. The story of my wardrobes life.

I’ve reached the phase of my life where I just wear what I want to, if someone doesn’t like it they can look the other direction.