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    Wondering the thought process of a lady in my office

    First of all, she's not small. Walks in with a weight watcher frozen meal, large bag of doritos, King size bag of peanut m&ms, and a liter of mt dew.
    She works from 1-4.


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    Re: Wondering the thought process of a lady in my office

    You don't think she got "not small" on accident do you? It takes hard work and dedication.



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    Re: Wondering the thought process of a lady in my office

    Hopefully, she brought most of that in for an office party that you've managed not to know about.

    Otherwise, one of those things is not like the others.


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    Re: Wondering the thought process of a lady in my office

    Getting inside a woman's head? I gave up on that a long time ago...




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    Re: Wondering the thought process of a lady in my office

    If she has a desk, now you know which one to raid for the best snacks




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    Re: Wondering the thought process of a lady in my office

    Thought process: I'm hungry. Better bring a frozen meal, doritos, and M&Ms to work with me. Oh, and some mountain dew to wash it down. End of thought.



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    Re: Wondering the thought process of a lady in my office

    Not to derail this thread, but here's my "big gal" story: I work in the construction industry and a couple years ago I was managing the construction of a company's new headquarters building. About a week before they were supposed to move in, my client's facility manager called me aside and asked me how much weight the wall hung toilet fixtures could support.

    I, of course, had no idea, so I had to do a little research with the plumber. Apparently they're rated for about 350 lbs. When I conveyed that to the facility manager, his response was "uh oh."

    We had to spend nearly $35K to rip out one of the wall hung toilets, cut a trench through the floor (which mandated redoing much of the floor tile) for the plumbing for a floor mounted toilet that could support up to 600 lbs.

    After all that, I just had to get a look at the woman who was the reason we had to do all this work....she was about 5'4".

    Less than 2 weeks after they occupied the new building, the lady went on permanent disability and never stepped foot in the building again!



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    Re: Wondering the thought process of a lady in my office

    Only thing I could come up with was the the weight watchers meals were on sale somewhere?


    Exaggeration is a BILLION times worse than understating.

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    Re: Wondering the thought process of a lady in my office

    Holy ****; literally.



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    Re: Wondering the thought process of a lady in my office

    Quote Originally Posted by wartknight View Post
    Only thing I could come up with was the the weight watchers meals were on sale somewhere?
    Maybe, or maybe just likes the taste? I like those frozen lean cuisines and I'm not on a diet.



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    Re: Wondering the thought process of a lady in my office

    Quote Originally Posted by wartknight View Post
    First of all, she's not small. Walks in with a weight watcher frozen meal, large bag of doritos, King size bag of peanut m&ms, and a liter of mt dew.
    She works from 1-4.
    I'm surprised it wasn't a diet Mountain Dew! Gotta watch that figure!



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    Re: Wondering the thought process of a lady in my office

    Quote Originally Posted by CloneIce View Post
    Maybe, or maybe just likes the taste? I like those frozen lean cuisines and I'm not on a diet.
    Sounds like she likes the taste of anything.



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    Re: Wondering the thought process of a lady in my office

    Quote Originally Posted by wartknight View Post
    Only thing I could come up with was the the weight watchers meals were on sale somewhere?
    Some of them are pretty tasty, I have one for lunch a lot.



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    Re: Wondering the thought process of a lady in my office

    Quote Originally Posted by wartknight View Post
    First of all, she's not small. Walks in with a weight watcher frozen meal, large bag of doritos, King size bag of peanut m&ms, and a liter of mt dew.
    She works from 1-4.
    If I worked 1-4, I would definitely be bringing a bag of doritios, M&Ms, and Mountain Dew to work with me. Especially when the 1-liter bottles of Mountain Dew are $1 right now at Wal-Mart, which is obviously better than the 20 oz. bottle from the vending machine at $1.25.

    Then again, I'm a 250-pound, 25-year old male who is like a 6-month old. I need to be fed every 2 hours.




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    Re: Wondering the thought process of a lady in my office

    She's part of another group of gals in our office that are constantly complaining about their weight and trying about any product possible to help them with it. They don't realize those products don't work when they eat like they do.


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