You CANNOT Be Fat In Japan

I know that my daily thinspiration is helping me curb my enthusiasm to gorge on that cake that I saw the other day, or the designer coffee with a lot of whip cream or stealing the leftovers from the other table in a fastfood chain, but this one should take the cake of the best thinspiration yet.

Maybe I should move to Japan.


Thanks to an anti-obesity law passed last year, Japanese salarymen across the nation are pulling up their shirts to have their guts measured… and if they’re overweight, they face consequences.

If you’re male and your waist is over 33.5 inches, you’re considered fat. If you’re female, the limit is 35.4 inches. Thanks to those burgers, you now have to attend mandatory counseling with a physician. For every grotesquely obese employee like yourself, your company gets hit by a fine; ergo, they strongly encourage you to lose weight with gifts of gym memberships and pedometers.

I think this rule shouldn’t be too hard. And I do understand the limitations since I know Japanese are really petite and to have a 30++ inch waist would be a nightmare. Hell, they don’t even cook their food so u there is no excuse to being fat…

…but there is McDonald’s there, right?

If so, I think I would be doomed…LIKE ALWAYS!!!

Now I need a double cheeseburger. :(

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