She has surprised me by losing the 11 ellbees but the Amberlynn cycle must move on. Nature willThe Amberisms in this one were annoying. "Deepravation," as others pointed out. A patty is a "slab of meat." A floret is "a big piece" of cauliflower. "Fasting situation," "water situation," "sodium situation," "seeing what things weigh situation." Just stop.
I'm fairly new to AL and have never seen her lose more than maybe a couple lbs. So I almost want to be but considering that she'd have to lose 10lbs 30 more times just to get to regular fat ass status, I'll wait.
0:19 she tells us she is suffering from anxiety and cried for 3 hours STRAIGHT.
1:24 she talks about fasting so she can eat her favorite meal from a Mexican restaurant. It totally fits under my calorie limit ya'll.
2:18 90% of the time she is making healthier choices ya'll.
12:20 her breathing is better, her stamina is better, and her skin is clearer.
I'm shocked she actually lost weight! And she showed the scale. I was betting she was over 600 lbs
I think she was reaching for the word "myth", but what the fuck do I know. I'm no Writerlynn. In any case, that's absolutely not a thing. No one ever says you won't lose as much or more weight in the second week of a diet if you weigh as much as she does. That applies to petite women who need to lose 10 elbees, not 350, sis.She actually said, "There's like that phantom, placebo, where people say you lose a lot less weight the second week." WTF?
She has me so mixed up I don't even know which word she should of used, but I know it's not placebo or phantom.
She looked so huge getting on that scale.
If she goes to therapy, then yes, she's probably taking it seriously. Otherwise, fuck no. She does have a mental issue that needs to be addressed. We can bandy about here about what that is specifically, but there is no way of really knowing unless she goes to a licensed psychiatrist/psychologist/therapist. She refuses to do this and has a history of making excuses as to why she won't or hasn't found the right fit.so was the mass unsubscribe successful in getting AL to take her weight seriously? or this could just be a show to get back the subscribers. I really started getting into watching AL the couple of years ago when she was doing that whole New Years resolution challenge with Becky and she lost a bit back then only to gain it back and then some. so people giving up hope of 600 pound life... just wait she might drop 30 pounds only to make a full come back to past 600lbs.