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December 12, 2013 / ljbradburn-Smith

Thought for Food

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I am not very good at dieting, I’m not sure why it never works very well but I have a suspicion that it has something to do with cheese, what it is melted on to and the amount of it that goes into my mouth.

I don’t think it’s fair that only celebrities get to be the masterminds behind crazy diet ideas, that mostly seem to consist of things like eating paper and getting plastic surgery (probably to remove any stray staples lurking in said paper). I want in on the action, and therefore I am proud to present you with the product of at least 5 minutes of contemplation, I call it The Reading Diet.

This is how it works:

When you get hungry you read instead of eating. This way you feed your brain but not your bingo wings.

That’s it. There’s no calorie counting, Paul McKenna whispering, or imagining yourself as a svelte gazelle (whatever that is). Just plain, old-fashioned fun.

I’m so sure that this is going to be a hit that I may even write a book about The Reading Diet. Now, tell me, does that count as intertextuality?

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  1. artourway / Dec 13 2013 1:22 pm

    Cheesy …;D Love this idea ~ Thanks Lydia

  2. artourway / Dec 13 2013 1:32 pm

    Cheese please. I enjoy reading about you. Thanks for caring and hope you and your family have a fun Christmas! Wishing you and yours happy new year Lydia

    • ljbradburn / Dec 16 2013 3:08 pm

      Thank you very much for such a lovely comment 🙂 I wish the same to you and your family! 🙂 Hope you have a great time and get to eat lots of cheese! 😉 x

      • artourway / Dec 16 2013 3:33 pm

        You know I will ;D Loooooooove Cheese … and chocolate way too much. mmm together mmm ~ sure why not ? This is so much fun and I am glad we have met here. Take care Lydia xx

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