Friday, February 19, 2010


We live in a technologically advanced world.  We have machines that do all kinds of crazy things. Like fly.  And clean.  And make us happy.  We have machines that make us see better, hear better, hairless and smooth.  We have machines that collide atoms.  We have machines that go into outer space and send back pictures of far away planets.

My question is: how is it that with all of this technology, no one has created a calorie free, fat free, delicious chocolate snack? WTF is taking so long?  Is it because science is a male dominated field?  Let's get on the ball people!

In other words, I'm still hungry.  I've lost 10 pounds since January 1, but for some reason none this week.  :(


Joan said...

Congrats on the weight loss. As far as why it hasn't been invented - on the plus side the more food gets away from being natural as in fat free and artificial sweetened the more unhealthy it is. Ideally nothing should be off limits but rather in moderation. However I can't say I practice what I preach.

Maksim said...

If I was a scientist working with chocolate then I don't think much of my experiments would survive. Nomnomnom.

Sam said...

Everyone has bad weeks, you just have to keep at it and you'll see results. I didn't lose anything this past week either, so don't feel too bad. :)

KariBeri said...

Actually losing 10 lbs is pretty F'ing darn good there lady! Just think moderation and eat a hershey kiss.

Lovey said...

Awesome progress!
I know I'm about to alienate 99% of the modern world, but I don't really care for chocolate. Trust, though. I make up for it in many other sugar-induced downfalls. :)
As for science, I'm just happy it created the roomba and I can't wait to buy one with my first real 2nd career paycheck. :)