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Theory of human weight distribution March 16, 2006

Posted by Matsu in Humor, Random.
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Believe it or not, many years ago I developed a theory of human body weight loss or gain. My theory is based on observation and personal experience – all very scientific.

Have you ever wondered what happens to those unwanted pounds that you are successful in losing when you go on a diet? Or, have you wondered how it was possible to gain weight when you have been eating less and exercising more than normal? Well, I can explain it.

The total weight of all people everywhere is constant. So, if one person losses a pound, then someone else must gain that pound to maintain that global equilibrium. If you gain a pound, then you have a super-model somewhere to blame. And, if you lose a pound, then you should feel a little guilty for making someone else gain that pound. Okay, life’s not fair, but who said it was supposed to be?

Do your part for super-models everywhere, gain a pound or two.

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