I think it would be pretty exciting if I could lose about 130 pounds. This would put me at what I consider an ideal weight, and the benefits of shedding that mass would be impressive. The problem is, I'm not sure what is the best way to go about doing it.
There's all sort of nifty contraptions for sale on TV late at night, and that is definitely one possibility. I especially think those electro-shock pads could be very useful in my plan. I've also considered one of the more physical types of devices (bendy things with pullies and cables, mostly), but the ads always show people covered in a thin film of sweat. I think this is something to be avoided if possible.
So maybe pills? The miracles of modern medicine are not to be easily cast aside. However, I have already taken my fair share of Mini-Thins, and I have to say that the buzz is pretty atrocious. How about some new-fangled diet? Do any of you have experience with these things? I understand that there are some that let you eat as much cheesecake and bacon as you want as long as you avoid steamed okra.
This is such a perplexing conundrum. I hope the fine readers of Adequacy can offer me some genuinely useful advice. Although I have definitely ruled out bulimia, because I'm not very fond of vomiting.