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To be with slim people

Sunday, September 06, 2015

I went into a refugee center with the goal to learn some Arabic and teach Danish in return
This has developed to a good friendship with a very slim guy..
It is written that being together with a fat person (me) makes you fatter
Well - In which direction the influence goes must depend on where the will power goes.
Soon after our meeting was the Ramadan..
Being together with someone who must not eat and not even drink water(!) makes it necessary to do other things than eating together..
We have worked in the garden and every time he has visited we have walked to the sea which is near my home.
Now the Ramadan is finished a long time ago. He refuges to eat at my home. I don´t know whether he expects there is pig fat all over or this is a kind of politeness so I should urge him more. He explains he just prefers eating at his home. He only will drink from the tap. .. This is changing.
The fact that he only will eat at home means I say I have eaten or eat very little when I come.. This is a question of balance. They have very little money too.
His brother is different. He is also fatter (and fatter)
In general thin people appreciate food less than me and often say no thank you to eat. As I don´t like eating in front of people this means I hesitate eating.
I have also noticed other thin people eat very slow. Hmm - And are more active than me - And I am more active than fatter people than me -
In general.
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  • AHAPPYSPIRIT
    I have always thought that when I was was with thinner people I didn't eat as much either. Some of these trivia questions re4ally baffle me. When I am with fatter people I eat more. Great Blog. Thank you for sharing. Have a GREAT day!
    1044 days ago
  • VANILLASKY15
    Interesting observations.
    1044 days ago
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