My recent study of the BMI with regard to my own fluffiness makes me realize that ALL of these women are obese, some morbidly. They are not curvy, they are not just fat, they are -- per the BMI, clinically obese.
Although people tell me I carry my weight well, I knew that I was technically obese and made it my goal in December to at minimum get to the "overweight" range. What it took though was getting real with the amount of calories that I was really taking in, why I was comfort eating, and, if I wasn't happy when I stepped on the scale, then making the commitment to eating clean, eating mindfully, and giving up added sugar. It's been hard, but it can be done. Still have a long way to go, but I'm glad to be moving forward.
As for these women -- it seems like the producers are taking delight in humiliating them. Granted, with all save Sabrina, there is much fodder to work with.
Kristi -- lovely face, skin, and hair, but so desperate, so needy, such a poor example of womanhood to her little girl. Jefferson's sleaze comes off the t.v. screen -- not so much what he looks likes or the fact that he's been divorced three times at his age -- but he's so dang smarmy!
Mar -- beautiful girl, but such a skank. Again, more desperation to "get" a man to prove to the world that she's a desirable woman.
Jen -- that put-on annoying voice, the greasy hair, the terrible fashion choices. She is so insecure, but the way she recoiled from the boat dude -- what, is Joe Manganiello going to parachute in? Give the regular guys a chance, baby-voiced Jen, that's if you really are looking for a companion.
Sabrina -- seems like a cool chick. Love her personality, but being in the fashion business, shouldn't she be styling herself better? Those old lady glasses have got to go, as do the mu-mus.
Jessica -- she'd be gorgeous, if she didn't have a stank personality. She really thinks she's a 300-pound Beyonce!
Well, as much as I want to turn away from this show, it keeps pulling me back in. I hope when they see themselves on the tee-vee, maybe some of the women will have an epiphany and treat themselves with more respect.