OneeChan_954

Sucker For A Dubu Smile, 22, mujer, Estados Unidos
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  • all_for_you

    sexy avie <3

    15 Ago 2012 Responder
  • dphoenix

    I'll be in Indiana this November for Thanksgiving! Only one state over from you, if I recall correctly. :P

    28 Jul 2012 Responder
  • dphoenix

    Don't worry about it. I've missed you, but I've got other things in my life. (^_~) I won't hold my breath this time, but I'd be very happy to get a reply. I'm doing great! I'm sorry again to hear that you're not always doing too well. I hope it gets better!

    10 Feb 2012 Responder
  • dphoenix

    Bop! Me again. I don't wanna guilt you, so don't take this that way, but you said you'd write me last weekend, but you didn't. So I am still waiting. :-P

    27 Nov 2011 Responder
  • dphoenix

    Yo! The statement you left in August, i.e. "I will respond soon" is starting to feel a little doubtful. (^_~) I don't intend to nag, or anything, considering how I have left you hanging for the better part of a year in the past, I would just like to let you know that I miss writing with you, and that I hope you find time in your obviously extremely busy schedule at some point to get back to me. (^_^) *hugs*

    17 Oct 2011 Responder
  • little_eli

    you're ava is killing me! xD

    7 Ago 2011 Responder
  • dphoenix

    It's okay, take your time. And thanks for letting me know I'm not forgotten. (^_^)

    4 Ago 2011 Responder
  • chuchuchan

    hey babe- i just read your sidebar- do you want to change my old name to my new one? :D

    15 Jul 2011 Responder
  • kimchenanchen

    yes im too ;) how was oyur day=

    1 Jul 2011 Responder
  • dphoenix

    Again, that's what it's there for, haha. I faitfully mark each and every song I come across that I love as a loved track. Anyway, just like you I still favor SNSD the most, by far, and Mr. Taxi was an awesome song. I have bought all of their latest merchandise. :-P Anyway, this "letter" is coming to an end. I took a lot less than 10 months this time, at least. :-)

    1 Jul 2011 Responder
  • dphoenix

    Finally, starting May 19, I was fed up with my meds and my bad eating habits, and I went back on my good diet. A little slow at first, but I'm back at eating well, and the graph is again going in the downwards direction: http://weightmonitor.org/user/alex/range/2011-05-19/* (^_^) I recently jumped from "Obese" to "Overweight" according to the ranges of BMI considered such. As for your weight and height, you are smack dab in the middle of "normal" weight, which is considered healthy. I'm sure you'll find a man one day who likes your toned powerful thighs, haha. My fiancée has such thighs, and I am a fan. (^_~) Taylor time is soon over! I'm replying to your last shout now. Phew, this shout is LOONG! I'm on my 15th shout now! I don't really feel like enumerating which k-pop groups I've started listening to. Just look at my last.fm profile, that's what it's there for anyway, haha. (^_~) As for what new favorite songs I have, just see my list: http://www.last.fm/user/dphoenix/library/loved

    1 Jul 2011 Responder
  • dphoenix

    I've never felt better in my entire life since I started eating this way, my weight is dropping without my limiting my caloric intake (I am serious, throughout my eating like this, I have not counted calories once; I eat when I am hungry, and I eat until I am satisfied every time.) and I have more energy than I've ever had. I record my weight pretty much daily, so here are some graphs for you to look at. First, my weight loss between December 15 last year until January 24: http://weightmonitor.org/user/alex/range/*/2011-01-24 This was my most consistent and most dramatic change. Between January 25 and April 15, I was on some medication that completely screwed with my system, and my weight loss halted. Add to that that my mom died, and so I picked up some of my old eating habits, and I ate pretty terribly. Still, if you look at the graph, I didn't gain any weight back: http://weightmonitor.org/user/alex/range/2011-01-25/2011-04-15

    1 Jul 2011 Responder
  • dphoenix

    http://balancedbites.com/2010/06/canola-oil-may-be-paleo-diet-approved-but-i-wont-eat-it.html 5) Avoid legumes. Like grains, they contain anti-nutrients. 6) Be careful with fruits. A few a day are fine, but they are pretty much just sugar. 7) Be careful with dairy if you have any sensitivities (I don't personally follow this rule; I don't seem to have issues with dairy.) On to the final step: 8) Eat whatever not eliminated through the steps above. I mostly eat meat, fish and eggs. I eat one fruit one some days, and strawberries when I feel like it. I don't like vegetables, so I don't eat them. Through my research, I've found them to be non-essential anyway. Again, all my claims can be backed up with bunches of resources, so if you are interested in more details, or if you question any of my claims, let me know, and I'll point you in the direction of whatever resources I have. Phew, that's it. I can go on about my diet for hours, lol. This diet is magical.

    1 Jul 2011 Responder
  • dphoenix

    Contrary to what the government tell you, grains contain lots of harmful anti-nutrients. 3/4 of all humans have varying degrees of intolerances for grains. I have so many resources to point you at regarding this claim that I could literally have you reading about it for 6 months non-stop. In fact, I should say here and now, so you don't think I just jumped on this diet without thinking: I researched these things I am now telling you for 5 months before even starting the switch to eating this way, and ever since I did, I have kept up my research, just finding more and more sources to confirm that what I am doing is the right thing. Anyway, moving on: 4) I avoid as best I can any oils made from grains, seeds and legumes. That means I avoid things like canola oil, soy oil, sunflower oil, corn oil, etc. These oils are artificial, created in factories using horrible methods. We're not meant to eat that crap. To learn how canola oil is made (and what it does to the body) check this link:

    1 Jul 2011 Responder
  • dphoenix

    For the most thorough information on how I eat, you should read this article. It's pretty much a perfect description of how I eat: http://www.archevore.com/panu-weblog/2011/3/30/paleo-20-a-diet-manifesto.html However, just in case you're not feeling like reading that, I will sum the article up for you. My diet is a so called "elimination diet". That is to say, rather than give rules on what I should eat, I place rules on what I shouldn't eat, and if a food I come across is not eliminated through this process, I'll eat it. So, in sum, this is how I eat: 1) I don't eat sugar whatsoever. It may sound hard, but after a few weeks, the cravings more or less go away. 2) I don't avoid fats in general. Especially not saturated fats. Going completely against the conventional wisdom, I believe they are the second healthiest fat (monounsaturated being the healthiest), and I eat them both frequently and in large quantities. 3) I don't eat any grains or grain-based products.

    1 Jul 2011 Responder
  • dphoenix

    He is the only candidate whose long-term goals for the United States, and if he's elected and gets his ideas through, I'd feel a lot less bad about moving there. He actually wants to reduce the power of the federal government, and repeal all these crazy-ass laws that Bush (and unfortunately, that Obama extended) enacted. I have indeed LOST SO MUCH WEIGHT!!11 XD And now, I've lost even more. I've lost another 2.3 kg, so my total is now at 16.8 kg down. That is to say, I now weigh 91.5 kg. When I reach 88 kg, I'll be weighing no more than I did in 2007. That's right, I haven't weighed that little since 2007. I weighed 88 kg when I first visited my fiancée back in 2007. Okay, I will indulge with you my "secret". I have two versions. First, the extremely simplified version: I eat very-low carb. That is to say, I eat no more than 20 g of carbohydrates in a day. That is "all I do". Now for more details, which will detail that that's far from "all I do", lol. XD

    1 Jul 2011 Responder
  • dphoenix

    *hugs* Thanks for your condolences. I'm fine about talking about my mom. Due to my very strong emotional health, I got over my mom's death pretty quickly. That is not to say I don't miss her, though. I'm sad she will never be in my life any more, and that she never got to experience grand-children, and that my children will be without her as their grandmother. Also, the fact that she was very sick over a long period of time before dying meant I had ample time to prepare for her eventual death, so it was quite different than had she died instantly, like in a car crash or something. Yes, it would seem that most Americans are very ignorant of what's going on in their country. My "wifey" and I have decided that in the long term, we will be moving to the US, as she wants. I truly and strongly hope that Ron Paul is elected as president of the US in 2012.

    1 Jul 2011 Responder
  • dphoenix

    My point being, we don't have that over here. All meat here is CAFO, all chicken is fed corn and soy. It's one of the things I'm strongly looking forward to if we move to the US. That being said, I don't see anything wrong with you needing to experience life outside the US for a while. Experience the world, as it were. I also had that desire when I was a little younger, but reality has caught up with me, and I no longer have the time or means to do so. Seize the opportunity while you are still young and don't have any attachments or obligations that prevents you. Yep, it had been ten months since we last talked. Now it's already been two months since I last wrote you. I'll try not to feel bad. It makes me happy to know that you miss our conversations when we're not talking. And yes, I do care about my odd American friend, haha. (^_^) She's not actually my wife yet, but I don't actually care that much if you call her "wifey". XD

    1 Jul 2011 Responder
  • dphoenix

    Sure, you have the most fast food places and the most junk food, but what most people seem to miss, even the very citizens of the US itself, is that you also have SO MUCH healthy stuff. At farmer's markets (unheard of here) you can get the freshest fruits and vegetables. You can get grass-finished (the cows were allowed to eat their natural food (grass) their whole lives, instead of being force-fed corn, soy, and other grains and legumes that make them sick) non-CAFO (Concentrated Animal Feeding Operation: A whole bunch of animals stuffed together with barely any room to move being force-fed a diet they can't handle, so they are also pumped with antibiotics their entire life) beef. You can get pastured chicken and eggs, i.e. they are free-range and they eat their natural diet of seeds and insects that they find on the ground, rather than eating nothing but corn and soy beans. I could go on.

    1 Jul 2011 Responder
  • dphoenix

    I think the reason your economy is going to hell is because you use so much money on the military. The US military budget for 2010 was a whoopin' $685.1 billion. For 2012, the budget is $1.030–$1.415 trillion. Seriously. Imagine how much improvement you could do to all your other issues if you took that money and spent it on schools and other civil things instead. Now, I'm not an economist, so what I think is probably worth squat, but those are my two cents. I can't speak for other nations with Free Healthcare, but at least in Norway, you don't have to be a citizen to get that advantage. You just have to be a resident. So in fact, as soon as my fiancée gets her permit, she's eligible for it. When it comes to the "grass being greener on the other side", that depends entirely on what you value. I believe, and this is no joke, that the US can be one of the healthiest places to live.

    1 Jul 2011 Responder
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