Thursday, August 17, 2006

The Tiny Taco

Well I weighed in today and my new weight is 256. My "Big Enchalada" became a tiny Taco. However, a loss is a loss, but it does not bode well for the "Big Race" in September. I also wanted to recommend a great site, it is


Anonymous said...

Nice pics

Anonymous said...

im so glad i finally found jeffs remarkable website for hopelessly fat people. it exeeded all of my expectations. what i find moust admirable is that you can find strength to fight obesity that is today recognized as noting else but a disease, when a hole society is against you and your efforts.

i clearly do not intend to discourage you, but i just cant see the point of putting yourself through so much pain. What are you looking for affection.. for people to feel sorry for you? id say im sorry ABOUT you. There is no way you will lose those fifty pounds, and ther is absoloutly no way you will win the race against gordon. whene i last spoke to him he was just coming home from a 15 mile run around the fresno hills :S and about to take off his new slim pants. your fan club over here in sweden is saying: lycka till, jeff! you will need it.

and here another swedish saying: du blir vad du ├Ąter! you should think about that one actually.

i wish you the best (and the most) ;)

Anonymous said...

You should have called your website "" because that's what it looks like it's going to be. Your tiny taco was just the result of too many big burritos. I have your site in my "unfavorite" favorites just to be able to watch the progress your not making...Always a good laugh for me and my buds. Do you have a girlfriend? Is she on an endless journey, too? Try posting a few more pics...I have a rough week ahead of me. It's almost 4:30 a.m. now and I've got to get ready for work. Can't waste anymore time. Just remember..."What a player does best, he should practice least. Practice is for problems." (That means a lot of exercise for you...obviously)


Gordon said...

Big enchiladas, tiny tacos, and big burritos??? Is this site an advertisment for a Mexican restraunt? Or maybe it's linked to the Betty Crocker homepage!!! Whatever it is, it's funny! Can I order a quesadilla on this blogspot? Why did you leave out the nachos? UH UH

Anonymous said...

I wish you luck. I think I'm going to print out Harold's warm felt comments and tack them next to my bed. This way I can wake up every morning and be reminded of the good will that is out there.

With advice like that, I don't think Dr. Phil will be looking over his shoulder anytime soon.

Jim said...

Wow, what great advice.

That had to be the best quote I've ever heard.

..."What a player does best, he should practice least. Practice is for problems."

Where is that from? Sounds like a Charles Barkley quote.

It's too bad that Harold is not going to post anymore because I was biting my nails waiting to see if he would come up with another pithy sports quote.

Good Luck Jeff. Keep working at it, and you'll hit your goal.