Okay, so... I suppose a normal person with 20 lbs to lose might benefit from a program that prompts them to make some healthier choices in their day-to-day. Yeah, switch out your daily Snickers bar for a couple of bananas -- you'll probably lose weight and even if you don't, it's roughly 1000% better for you.If you're a fucking moron, like our gorl is, one may think that this is how it works. It's definitely not. Her fatasss gleaned that instead of the core principle of all the meals being well balanced and healthy and human sized portions. That's the fucking key. HUMAN SIZED PORTIONS. Not elephantine portions our gorl and Chantal favor and refuse to give up. She's so fucking stupid it's painful.
So people who overindulge from time to time and need some structure to remind them what "moderation" actually means could conceivably benefit. I guess.
But aside from the fact that we all know this doesn't describe her (in her own words, she's "not normal") she says she's been on and off WW since she was 11 years old. If it hasn't taught you how to make healthier choices and eat in moderation in seventeen years, then it's not going to.
And of course, she didn't even stick to her 60 points of fast food plus 3000 calories of "healthy" stuff.
She's so maddeningly dumb. "The more strict I am, the more chance I'm going to fail". Yes. Yes, that's how it works, actually. The more you try to do things, the greater the chance that you'll fail at something. The odds of you flunking out of college drop to zero if you don't enroll in college, you ignorant bint.
In Amberland, the secret to dieting success is to simply not diet. She'll never fail! She'll also never lose weight, but that's just a technicality. The important thing is she can be proud of herself for not failing.