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Thu, Aug. 10th, 2006, 10:24 am

Healthy Living Day 2.
Yesterday was an improvement, there was still some farting but I suspect this is going to become an inevitable part of my life if I am to stick with a diet containing so much fiber... fibre... (checking internet... right - Fibre if you're european, Fiber if you're american).
I had the weetabix and bananas thing for breakfast, fruit and an flapjack thing for lunch and dinner involved two hamburgers which doesn't sound healthy but they were the good, lean, meaty ones, grilled and served with a hefty dose of lettucey, carroty, cucumber...ey salad. Loads of situps were done and I also lifted heavy weights and put them down thirty of forty times. Seven cigarettes were smoked in total, I think that might be my new upper limit for smoking.

Tomorrow I will be sorely tempted to write about the amount of poo produced in the past 24 hours but I'll try not to.

Anyway, things I like today are:
The story of the crazy mole man who has dug tunnels all over his neighbourhood. He denies it all and claims he has a huge wine cellar but recent collapses around the area say otherwise.

Tiny animals on fingers. A photoset of little creatures, including a monkey, that fit on the finger. Monkey...

From the bloke that brought you the Monster Island/Nation/Planet serialised zombie novels and the Vampire story Thirteen Bullets comes a new tale called Frostbite, about werewolves it seems. I didn't like Thirteen Bullets so much but I think thats because Zombies are way cooler than Vampires. Anyway, if you haven't read his stuff before you should do so because this is one of the best things on the internet.

Thu, Aug. 10th, 2006 10:32 am (UTC)

"Tomorrow I will be sorely tempted to write about the amount of poo produced in the past 24 hours but I'll try not to."

I thought this was supposed to be a scientific experiment? You should be taking daily photographs at the very least, if not crapping into a set of scales!

Thu, Aug. 10th, 2006 10:38 am (UTC)

Problem is, my scales appear to be rubbish. I did the whole standing on the scales before and after thing but somehow I gained a few pounds in the process of... well.. ..losing them. This is what I get for not wanting to spend more than a tenner on them I suppose.

What I *DO* mean to do is keep a photojournal of some kind (not of the poo) for my own benefit. I still have some photos from back before I lost the two stone or so I shed this time last year so it'd be cool to keep track of the milestones over the next two or so stone.