Monday, May 5, 2008

Lard-asses Anonymous

Remember a couple years ago I invented Lard-asses Anonymous, the support group for lard asses who are trying to get in shape? Remember, we were supposed to meet once a week and talk about everything that was troubling us about being and trying not to be a lard ass, and then we were going to take a group walk?

I never really got it off the ground, I'm sorry to say. I contacted some of my lard-ass friends and everyone seemed into it, but then I was confounded by the bastard plantar fasciitis and couldn't go for walks and it seemed like it wouldn't work out.

I'm wondering if any lard asses out there might like to give it another whirl with me. I can't walk yet (I tried and hurt myself bad), but I can ride my bike. Maybe group bike rides?

I think making bike rides a social occasion could be just the ticket. Maybe?

If you're in, e-mail me. I've been frequenting the Manhan rail trail, but will go nearly anywhere so long as it isn't too hilly.

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Blogger Deb said...

JJ and I would be up for it, but a las - we still are without bikes :(

May 6, 2008 at 12:31 AM  
Blogger Jennifer Myszkowski said...

Also, you aren't lard asses. I'm not here to be the arbiter of who has a fat ass, but lady, you don't have one.

Of course, anyone is welcome to Lard-asses Anonymous. It's not whether your ass is lardy on the outside; it's how you feel on your insides.

Of course.

May 6, 2008 at 5:48 PM  
Blogger Deb said...

In these times of OFCCP compliance, it is essential that you not recruit bicyclists solely upon the amount of lard on their backsides. There may be an applicant out there (me??) who is just as qualified! Of course, i am not qualified because i do not have a bike. However, you are also only recruiting people who have bikes - and this is really leaving out a large amount of the lard ass (and beyond) population. I believe your recruiting strategies are potentially discriminatory and certainly questionable....

May 7, 2008 at 12:44 AM  

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