Eat, my darling, eat, Don't waste away to dust.
Eat, my darling, eat, Don't waste away to dust. Fat you did defeat, You sack of skin and bones.
Eat, my darling, eat! Don't faint and wane away,
Eat, my darling, eat! Don't faint and wane away, Return to color, Don't fade to paling grey.
Eat, my darling, eat! You've dwindled all to bone
Eat, my darling, eat! You've dwindled all to bone Return to your hue, Your pinkish, pleasant tones.
Eat, my darling, eat, You walking skeleton,
Eat, my darling, eat, You walking skeleton, Eat, don't join the rest, The rest whom death has won.
Eat, my darling, eat, Your beauty is a dream,
Eat, my darling, eat, Your beauty is a dream, Wake up from slumber Before I cry and scream . . .
[afterword]: I've never had an eating disorder (I love food too much.) However, I have noticed that some of my friends are influenced by the celebrities they are obsessed with (Hahaha, K-pop stars). My one friend mentioned she wanted to try a diet even though she has a great figure.
She's thin AND muscular. Double bonus. See, I'm thin, but not that strong. I was sort of shocked . . . But, I began to understand. She's currently really into K-pop, and they're REALLY thin due to vigorous diets and exercise.
For one K-pop group (IU), their diet each day consists of: - 1 apple in the morning - 1 sweet potato for lunch - 1 protein shake for dinner - 1 hour aerobic exercise I don't know how they survive like that . . . I'd die due to lack of good food.
I also don't get the thigh gap. I get having nice muscular thighs (they do look nice) but the thigh gap sort of creeps me out.
*sigh* Well, remember, eat AND exercise. Having some fat is not bad at all. Live a balanced lifestyle. Most models/certain celebrities tend to be underweight, hence their thin figures. (Obviously, there are some healthily thin people. I'm talking about unhealthily thin people.)