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I've come across this twice today firstly in an about town snippet and then in a UK magazine....girls eating cotton wool and wet tissue paper to make themselves feel full?

Holy Crap.....

that's just taking things to a whole new level!
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Been around for years.

I like to use it as a way to weed out bad choices.

I take a girl out for dinner and see what she orders. If it isn't the menu itself, balled up to take up the most stomach space, that she eats, she's too fat.
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holy crap thats nuts..... what the hell would that do to your poor stomach??
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chicken said:
holy crap thats nuts..... what the hell would that do to your poor stomach??


Make it small?
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I guess the theory is to make you feel full and then you pass it through your system

FFS drink lots of water or have some fibre or something but then again if you've gotten to that point logic is probably fattening
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surely it would be incredibly hard on your poor digestive system??

poor tummies. Crying or Very sad
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chicken said:
surely it would be incredibly hard on your poor digestive system??

poor tummies. Crying or Very sad


I'd imagine so but so would be the under eating, possibly vomiting and the like that goes along with that.

I love food too much. And yes yes before some smartarse jumps in there *you can all see that ha ha *
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genuis!

I'm sure that is ALMOST acceptable under the "eating is cheating" banner... I mean what is it - plant cellulose?
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yeah plant cellulose (which afaik would actually be fine)

but its all the chemicals etc. that would be a problem
tissues would also turn into a goop in your intestines like white bread

why dont they just drink cold water?
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I'm if I drank more than 3/4 litres of water a day I am sure I would flood my brain and die.

also drinking too much water makes me feel bloaty and light headed - I chew gum instead usually
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lol at i'm/if - (cut the I'm - leave the if)
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Gawd I struggle to injest a ww muesli bar let alone even think how I would swallow some tissue paper.

Fricken brainless indiots.

I guarantee at some stage someone who eats tissueswill get an intestinal blockage of some discription & end up in severe pain & having a portion of their bowel removed.

Probably even have to use a collostomy bag afterwards.

Now that would be so attractive........... Neutral
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I can just imagine the recipe sections in the pro-Ana websites

Celery and Tissue wraps
Water and Tissue Iceblocks......
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hellcat I just lolled and feel like a bad person because of it Sad
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DD said:
Gawd I struggle to injest a ww muesli bar let alone even think how I would swallow some tissue paper.


WW muesli bars taste like cardboard, so you're getting pretty close to the paper food group there. Razz
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or the 2 for the price of one clothing sale. Buy a pair of pants, cut down the middle and you've got two tube dresses!
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so would that mean those little travel boxes of tissues are 'snacksize;
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They should just get into this technique. LOL

Some believe that certain extremely low-calorie foods, such as celery, cause the body to burn more calories in the act of consumption than are absorbed by the body. Still, half an hour walking will burn many more calories than half an hour of chewing celery.
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hellcat said:
I can just imagine the recipe sections in the pro-Ana websites

Celery and Tissue wraps
Water and Tissue Iceblocks......


Whoops I see you have already mentioned celery Razz
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candiE_Kane said:
DD said:
Gawd I struggle to injest a ww muesli bar let alone even think how I would swallow some tissue paper.


WW muesli bars taste like cardboard, so you're getting pretty close to the paper food group there. Razz


nah they're more like sandpaper. Thought chewing that would definitely get rid of plaque on your teeth
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candiE_Kane said:
DD said:
Gawd I struggle to injest a ww muesli bar let alone even think how I would swallow some tissue paper.


WW muesli bars taste like cardboard, so you're getting pretty close to the paper food group there. Razz


I actually thought that the cookies and cream naked protein bars are worse...

or scult protein shake with water :/
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mikem said:
hellcat said:
I can just imagine the recipe sections in the pro-Ana websites

Celery and Tissue wraps
Water and Tissue Iceblocks......


Whoops I see you have already mentioned celery Razz


Yes it's always at the forefront of my mind as it's my sole purpose in life to eradicate it from the face of the planet

yuck yuck yuck
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I don't know why they don't just live in rabbit instead of tissues.

Apparently it is so lacking in nutrition that if you lived on it for a period of time you'd actually die of malnutrition.
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Really? Wow!

I had no idea. I suppose it is incredibly fatty meat though
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I dunno? I was told it by a guy I used to work with who was a keen hunter Confused
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that can be the super strange fact for the day!

I hate the f*ckers anyway after I got bitten by one at a wild fowl park Mad
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I had a tissue

But I eated it.


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brilliant!
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KITTY!
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Well, there you go.

Silly tissue eaters... just eat rabbit regularly - at least it would taste nice with a little pepper!
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DD said:
I don't know why they don't just live in rabbit instead of tissues.

Apparently it is so lacking in nutrition that if you lived on it for a period of time you'd actually die of malnutrition.


i got confuzzled I thought you wrote duck but ya didn't NONG NONG NONG
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Sunday Star Times About Town today mentioned someone needing medical help from dieting by eating cotton wool dipped in orange juice.

WTF?

R
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hellcat said:
I've come across this twice today firstly in an about town snippet


RobW said:
Sunday Star Times About Town today mentioned someone needing medical help from dieting by eating cotton wool dipped in orange juice.


your insight intrigues me Rob Smile
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kris_b said:
your insight intrigues me Rob Smile


She didn't mention the orange juice bit tho... That's what makes what a plain old boring cotton wool bud a complete meal imo. Important to get your vitamin C.Smile

R