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(Starpulse)   Lisa Lampanelli's gastric weight loss surgery leaves her with a hollow empty feeling in her stomach. Now she gets to experience what it's like to attend one of her shows   ( starpulse.com) divider line
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11939 clicks; posted to Entertainment » on 27 Jul 2012 at 8:49 AM (4 years ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»



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2012-07-27 09:13:19 AM  
3 votes:
FTA:"which means you can eat about four ounces three times a day, which is about a cup-and-a-half of food. You really have to be conscious about everything you put in your mouth. You have to exercise every day to keep your energy up. You have to eat tons of protein - so basically it changes everything."

She had surgery of her stomach to affect her eating/diet habits. Which is weird, because when I went from 350+ to where I am now, I just did the change of eating/diet habits. She also exercised everyday to keep her energy (actually metabolism) up, which is weird because I also exercised everyday. Now I'm kicking myself in the ass and thinking that if I could have had that surgery, I could have had all the fun aspects of post-op, copays and deductibles and still do the radical changes of diet and exercise.

I love how she speaks of this regimen as if it's some new and unique way of losing weight. You had surgery to force you to do what most people with common sense know you need to do to lose weight; eat less, eat less crappy food, move your ass more.
2012-07-27 01:18:42 PM  
1 vote:
Still funnier than Sarah Silverman and Whitney Cummings.
2012-07-27 10:13:13 AM  
1 vote:
So now she'll be a thin hosebeast.
2012-07-27 10:02:59 AM  
1 vote:

Toquinha: Snatch Bandergrip: MayoSlather: tudorgurl: Good for you. I'm glad you were able to do that. Unfortunately, there are those who will do exactly what you did and do not get the same results you did. See, the human body differs from person to person. It happens sometimes, which is why these surgeries exist. They help those who have done everything they're supposed to and still need help.

You're basically saying your body chemistry is so unique that it can defy physics. I somehow doubt that.

I would challenge anyone to start doing P90X on the recommended schedule and diet and if there isn't significant weight loss in 6 weeks then I would concede you're a freak of nature. The overweight people I see at the gym that have been overweight for a long time...I don't see them working hard. I see them making a half ass effort. Maybe they don't feel uncomfortable, maybe they don't understand what it takes to lose the weight. Whatever the case if you use more energy than you take in it is impossible to not lose weight...that is after all the whole concept behind the lapband.

I do P90X. Indeed, there's been weight loss, but I don't know about substantial weight loss. 6 weeks is only halfway through the program; I'd argue that it would be easy not to see results after 6 weeks, and that if you don't see results after the full 90 days, THEN you're a freak of nature.

P90X is a great program, but halfway through it, you'll have to watch it on mute. The jokes get really old after a few weeks.


That's great, but what about those who are unable to do P90X? I mean, I'm a tubbo, even with the 65 lb weight loss. I've done aerobics classes, elliptical machines, hard core boot camps. My body can't handle those...yet. I'm doing Zumba, Your Shape on Xbox, walking, and eating right.

And to you, Mr. "You must be a freak of nature not to have simple diet & exercise work for you", it must be nice to have it work FOR you. Had it worked for me, I could have saved $30,000 and lots of bulimic moments and heartache and watching other people eat because a piece of food I chewed for farking HOURS STILL got stuck and I can't eat anymore. I could have saved the implantation of a device that squeezes off part of my stomach. Oh my goodness! If only I'd met you before!

/seriously
//do you REALLY think I would have had the surgery if simple diet & exercise had helped me drop 150 lbs?
2012-07-27 09:53:11 AM  
1 vote:

phedex: Bottom line, some can not help themselves without help.


Stan, it's a disease.

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2012-07-27 09:31:46 AM  
1 vote:
I've never heard of her. However, after reading this thread, I don't think I've missed much.
2012-07-27 09:19:50 AM  
1 vote:

rudemix: FTA:"which means you can eat about four ounces three times a day, which is about a cup-and-a-half of food. You really have to be conscious about everything you put in your mouth. You have to exercise every day to keep your energy up. You have to eat tons of protein - so basically it changes everything."

She had surgery of her stomach to affect her eating/diet habits. Which is weird, because when I went from 350+ to where I am now, I just did the change of eating/diet habits. She also exercised everyday to keep her energy (actually metabolism) up, which is weird because I also exercised everyday. Now I'm kicking myself in the ass and thinking that if I could have had that surgery, I could have had all the fun aspects of post-op, copays and deductibles and still do the radical changes of diet and exercise.

I love how she speaks of this regimen as if it's some new and unique way of losing weight. You had surgery to force you to do what most people with common sense know you need to do to lose weight; eat less, eat less crappy food, move your ass more.


Good for you. I'm glad you were able to do that. Unfortunately, there are those who will do exactly what you did and do not get the same results you did. See, the human body differs from person to person. It happens sometimes, which is why these surgeries exist. They help those who have done everything they're supposed to and still need help.

As someone who has had the LAP-BAND, I can tell you this is NOT the easy way out. There are so many things I can no longer eat because they will get "stuck" and cause me to vomit. However, I've lost 65 lbs so far using the band, diet and exercise.

Unfortunately, people like you who have such condescending attitudes don't make it any easier or better. But you know what? You really don't matter in the grand scheme of things, so there's that.
2012-07-27 09:10:52 AM  
1 vote:

Jim from Saint Paul: So gastric bypass surgery is basically the most expensive and extreme diet you could ever go on, right? I mean, you only get to eat a small amount of food or you could kill yourself.

Am I missing something about this procedure?


Don't worry. A bunch of guys who could stunt double for Homer Simpson will be in shortly to explain how it's 'taking the easy way' shortly.
2012-07-27 09:09:26 AM  
1 vote:
Is her husband still a fatass? or was this one of those couples thing.
2012-07-27 08:55:15 AM  
1 vote:
Was there any mention of her licking the black cock?

Because she does, and reminds you every chance she gets.

Oh, it's coming.

Heh...coming.
2012-07-27 08:53:07 AM  
1 vote:
Ftfa:"You really have to be conscious about everything you put in your mouth. You have to exercise every day to keep your energy up. You have to eat tons of protein - so basically it changes everything."

I really hate when people say 'you' when they mean 'I'. I don't have to do any of that shiat because I have self-control. No surgery required.
2012-07-27 08:51:37 AM  
1 vote:
Bad subby! should have gone for an empty like a huge black cock pulling out joke in the headline.
 
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