Biggest Cock & Rudest Loser 3: Week 12

Our eleventh week is complete! Today our contestants celebrate eleven weeks into the cockiest and rudest weight loss competition evahhhh! It’s Biggest Cock & Rudest Loser 3!

Rosie O’Donnell once admitted to stopping at multiple Waffle Houses because she was embarrassed to order so much food from a single fast-food restaurant.  This week I asked each of the contestants for a pre-diet embarrassing admission.  Here’s what they had to say…


Michelle M.
Well, there was that one time I ate 10 tacos…


Ryan
I’m most embarrassed with how I would get a large bag of candy, eat until the sugar made me feel sick, and then sometimes keep eating. I’m also not proud of how I would sometimes substitute a bag of Doritos or a pint of Ben & Jerry’s for a meal or how quickly I could go through a box of donuts.


Polt
So this week, we’re detailing an something embarrassing we did before we started the contest. Hmm, well being over 300 12 years ago was pretty embarrassing in an of itself. But let’s see, what else embarrassing did I do? Oh yeah, well a few years back, mom made me a Boston Cream Pie for my birthday. She, dad and I each had a slice when she gave it to me. Then I took it home. By 8:00 the next evening, the entire pie was gone. It was simply THAT good, ate the whole damn thing in less than a day. Not the first time either. But in my defense, Mama Polt makes a HELLUVA delicious pie! (and I don’t have any photos of her pies, so the one I included in just a generic pie, which I’m sure tastes nowhere near as good as hers!)


Mikey
My shocking admission is that I love to eat ice cream and like Fat Betty I just can’t stop. You see that pint of Ben & Jerry’s? I could make that my bitch in about 20 minutes, no brain freeze, one spoon, pure bliss. Truth be told, I MISS IT SO FREAKIN MUCH. 😦


Mr. Sombrero
Does a honey badger think some of his actions are embarrassing? Of course he doesn’t. He’s a honey badger. Does Mr. Sombrero think eating an entire tub of Twix ice cream… before dinner… is embarrassing? Probably not. He’s Mr. Sombrero. Wait… we’re suppose to be dieting? Ok, now I’m embarrassed to admit something…


TwoPi
I do all the cooking and grocery shopping for the family. One of the benefits (or risks) of grocery shopping alone is the opportunity to buy a “little treat” or snack for the drive home. For a while, I was craving Doritos, and each time at the grocery I’d buy a big bag of Doritos, and snarf them down on the drive home. (This might be two or three times per week at its worst.) At one point I had the brilliant idea to put wet wipes in the car to eliminate the tell-tale signs of Dorito snarfage, but in a cold weather climate this doesn’t work out so well. I might not have lost as much weight as my compatriots here, but BC&RL3 *did* help break me of my shameful Dorito habit.


Tam
I don’t think I’ve ever done something like that, not that I can think of. Although I have eaten my lunch in my office at 10:30 and then went and bought lunch in the cafeteria at 12:00. Sigh I’m more paranoid what people are thinking when I legitimately buy food for more than me. If you go to the drive-thru and order two burgers and fries (both the same) and you get to the window and there is only you in the car, are they wondering what kind of a pig I am or assuming I’m taking it home for someone? When I order a large pizza I hope they realize I’m not home alone, I could have five kids running around in there. So I’m conscious of how it looks when I order/buy certain foods, but I’ve not done too much sneaky food eating/buying.


Adam
Much like Tam, I’m also incredibly paranoid about being judged. A few years ago (when I was vegetarian) I was feeling blue and put myself on a a steady diet of veggie subs, Doritos, Entenmann’s chocolate chip cookies and Peanut M&M’s. I’d stop at the local Wawa convenience store almost every day after work and stock up on the evening’s depression binge. I’d often feel embarrassed by the mass of junk food that I was buying, and would somehow convince myself that if I bought two drinks, the cashier would think my purchase was for multiple people. It was convenient because then I had two drinks to wash down all the crap!


And now the week’s results:

Stay tuned each Thursday for the stunning weight-loss success stories of our eight contestants. Who will win this year’s competition? Find out on May 31st … just in time for bikini season!

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20 thoughts on “Biggest Cock & Rudest Loser 3: Week 12”

  1. Polt’s pie story makes me want to buy a Boston creme doughnut tonight. Mmmm…

    I sometimes have a big appetite. I’ve been known to order 3 or 4 “meal size” fast-food sandwiches (and fries!). It is definitely all for me, and I never cared what other people thought. So long as I don’t do that too often, and my metabolism keeps up I should be fine.

  2. Way to keep climbing Michelle.

    Last night was not good, peach margarita, bacon cheeseburger, sweet potatoe fries. Mmmmm. Sigh. Good company with a friend so I’m letting it go. Of course today is a work lunch which probably means pizza. Arrgghhh. I wish sometimes I could just stop eating like smokers stop smoking. It would make it so much easier.

    1. Well, I’ve plateaued, but thanks! I really need to add exercise to the mix. I just come up with so many brilliant excuses not to.

      1. I’m busy on Saturday, but the week after that you could come on a ridiculously long walk with me.

      1. Tempting. But I just want to empty my house of food, but not starve. When are they inventing pills like in all those sci-fi movie? Pills that taste good. (Then I’d have a pill addiction. Sigh)

        1. This worked for my sister, but I haven’t tried it so I can’t prove it. She says hunger is an instinct meant to keep you from starving, so if every time you have a craving you just tell your primitive brain that it won’t die without that snack, the craving will go away. Every time the craving hits just picture your primitive brain as a less intelligent friend and reassure it that you aren’t going to die without that piece of cheesecake. Then it will believe you and stop sending the cravings. Sounds like hokum but she lost 34 pounds.

  3. I’m quite happy that I stayed at the same weight this week, cause I didn’t eat healthy once from Saturday through Tuesday lunch. It’s was all fast food, regular sodas, fries, burgers, subs, chips, the whole batch of stuff I’d been denying myself since March. And I didn’t take any walks or anything either. Course, there was all kinds of bedtimesexxyfun with Kris over the weekend, so I’m assuming that’s how I worked my calories off.

    But now the purple line is further away from me…Oh Purple Line, how you tease me!

    HUGS…

  4. We are all so embarrassing!!! I may have actually done all of the things everyone mentioned at one point. But on the bright side this blog is the internet equivalent of Fat Betty’s Weight Watchers meetings!!!!

    1. That’s nothing, Adam. I could eat everything everyone has mentioned in one sitting and then order out for chinese.

  5. Mmm… ice cream, Doritos, doughnuts, sweet potato fries. Now I’m hungry. My biggest problem with snack foods is portion control. I’ll eat the whole bag, container, etc. Especially if I take it to the couch to watch tv. Why eat a handful of chips when you can down the whole bag? And I swear I’ve eaten a whole box of Entenmann’s Raspberry Danish Twist.

    1. Several times I’ve gotten the ten taco meal from Taco Bell and eaten all ten, but, as you did that yourself previously, I didn’t think it was all the impressive or embarassing. 🙂

      HUGS…

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