Finding your Balance

In response to Daily Post Snark Bombs, Away!

It appears that our society is now ruled by extremists. Either you are extremely active and annoy everyone with your never-ending stories about the benefits of going to the gym and eating healthy and so on and so forth or you are a couch potato and eat like a crazy person.

They both annoy me. For the first group I have the following words:

  • No, I don’t want your pills or crazy milkshakes!
  • Running is not a new thing. I know it’s totally the hip thing to do now, but seriously, people ran before.
  • STOP with the granola and Muesli and stuff. If you like it fine. But it won’t save the world, you know?
  • I don’t want to check your photos while crouching. You look like you’re taking a dump.
  • I don’t care how many steps you did today or how many miles you ran. That’s your thing, not mine.


For the second group:

  • How lazy can you be that you have to take the car everywhere, even when going to the grocery next door?
  • You have time to cook properly. Come on. There are healthy foods that are faster to do than grabbing take out.
  • It won’t kill you to go to the gym or do some kind of sport once in a while.
  • If you have time to rant about people who spend all their time in the gym, you have time to move yourself, before you become stuck to the sofa.
  • Instead of taking the elevator, use the stairs use in a while. They’re friendly!


Balance is the key. You don’t need to become a Gym/Healthy maniac but please don’t be the exact opposite.

Take care of yourself. Run, walk your dog, go to the gym, eat healthy enough.


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