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145 lbs this morning.

Where’s that dang ice cream? 
And Oreos. :lol:

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this is what your down to ? ya me to after the covid march to present crap , i like and feel best about 10 more  but cant seem to put it back - im blaming forced retirement - cant afford to shave or cut my hair - might loose another 5 

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I always weigh 145 lbs.  It's that extra 100 lbs that the doctor bitches at me about. 

 

BS

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Congratulations.

 

It’s not easy.

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I'm down to 212 from 293 and shooting for 195 by Christmas.

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Good job on the weight loss.

 

When I got laid off work at the start of the virus on the April 1st, I was at 316 lbs. I weighed in at 278 lbs yesterday.

It kinda bounces up and down but is slowly trending down. 

My goal is around 160 lbs-180 lbs, but I have not been there since about 1986 when I got married.

I was 138 lbs when I graduated high school in 1980.

Jeff yearbook 1980.jpg

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Congrats, UB! :)

 

Not to be a wet blanket, but celebrating weight loss by eating ice cream might be counterproductive...kind of like celebrating kicking the smoking habit with a good cigar or celebrating quitting drinking with champagne. 
No, I think a nice leafy kale salad with a vinegar and oil based dressing would be appropriate along with a rice cake with 1/2 teaspoon of peanut butter smeared on as a special treat...whaddayasay, huh? Sound good?

 

UB...put the gun down. I’m kidding...WAIT!

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I weight 145 UB, I just don't count the beer, tater chips, ice cream weight. YA DID GOOD PARD!

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Excellent effort!  I usually weigh around 212 at 5’ 11”.  For the last couple of days, I’ve been weighing around 209.  Lots of swimming this summer

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Graduated from H.S. at 128 lbs. in 1967. Today I hover around 178 lbs. give or take. Went from 5'9" to just over 5'6". Gravity's a real killer:rolleyes::blink::blush::rolleyes:

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Good for you UB!  I haven't weighed 145 since I graduated from HS and I looked sickly back then.  Got out of college and weighed 165.  I was probably in the best shape of my life.  Things went south when I broke my back in '90.  I'm hovering around 200 and at 5'10", I feel fine and can do everything I want to.  I think I could pass the Army PT standards test today but lack the interest.  I'l like to get down to 170 but I enjoy life (good eating and copious amounts of brew) too much to make that happen anytime soon.

Glad someone can make their goals.  You lose it, I'll find it.

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I was 145# playing j.v. ball in HS. That was @ 47 years ago.

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13 minutes ago, Allie Mo, SASS No. 25217 said:

PS At least I weigh less than Bob!

And much better looking. :)

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53 minutes ago, Pat Riot, SASS #13748 said:

And much better looking. :)

 :lol:

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OK, UB, I'm jealous.

You have me beat by almost 20.5 Kilograms

 

(That sounds smaller than 45 lbs.)

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