Is this wrong!?

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  1. saffrons

    saffrons Full Member

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    Before I started lipotrim I joined weightwatchers at the end of June. I set up a dd but forgot to cancel so I now feel like I should go for the weigh-ins until it runs out at the end of August... do I lie when they tell me how much weight I have lost or do I come clean about LT.. I feel like such a diet tart, I'm cheating on weightwatchers with LT but I have to say LT is one very nice fling. I know I will end up back on weightwatchers for maintance when I reach goal. People cheat on their husbands for a few months then the marriage is better than before!
    hmmm I think LT has frazled my brain! :p
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  3. Daisybank

    Daisybank Hmmmmmm!

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    lol! If it was me I wouldnt bother with the WW weigh in, you dont need it :)
  4. misscheeky

    misscheeky Gold Member

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    aww dont think id bother either shir you will be getting weighed anyway at the chemist. what if you end up slimmer of the year!!!!! Is there anyway you can cancel the dd?
  5. bakedbeanleg

    bakedbeanleg fat fighter!

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    various & gym!!
    for a split second i thought of doing it just for a bit of weight watcher revenge... bask in the glory of slimmer of the week every week, and stick 2 fingers at the meany woman who patronisingly says..."so then carly, you've maintained again, well done...!"

    but then i thought, who needs to spend £5 a week for "moral support" when i can get genuine support from fab people on here (and its free!!) :)

    try and cancel your d/d at the bank... say weight watchers cocked up and you shouldnt be paying it, then run and never look back...
  6. thefutureisbright

    thefutureisbright Banned

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    Flip me - I would need WW to pay me to sit through one of their boring "motivational" talks - I would personally find more motivation and excitment in a tin of baked beans than a weight watchers meeting.


    The first time I went to weight watchers I had a great success and lost loads of weight. I lived in Edinburgh at the time and had this crazy Italian woman who took the class. She rang a bell everytime someone lost half a stone and everyone cheered! Feck i loved it - I got such a buzz.

    Then when I moved back home I put on weight and joined the local one... flip me what a difference... I think the first one ruined me cos I loved it so much - I tried 2 classes at home and just found them so boring and unmotivating.

    Said in the most unenthusiastic tone of voice ever...

    At weigh in: "ok you lost 1 pound this week - there is your pack for the week"

    At start of class: "who gets their silver star?" - hands out a few silver stars and a few people crack a wee smile.

    Then listen to some boring story about how many points are in a pack of ham and a slice of burgen bread.

    jeeeeeeeeeeeeeeezeeeeeeee help me please....
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