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    Default Does your partner know how much you weigh?

    I try not to let my DH know how much I weigh.....he might realise that I'm fat if he knew what the scales said.

    Am I the only one with this hang-up?

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    DP has always known what the scale says. Saying that, I hate scales and very very rarely use them. I prefer to go by clothing sizes and how I feel. DP picks me up all the time so even if he didnt know the number, Im sure he'd have a rough idea on how much I weigh.

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    Yep. He also knows if its a gain or a loss when i get back from weightwatchers each week

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    hahahahaha no effen way!!!! I always lie about it too i'll say, 'oh no i've put on 3k, now i'm 65k!' LOL i always shave off 5.

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    If he asks I tell him. Vice versa. We don't have scales at home so we weigh ourselves at my Mum's if we give the kids a bath before/after family dinner.

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    I dont have scales or a partner so i am commenting on this thread for no apparent reason lol

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    Yep he knows.

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    He knows now, only because I'm pregnant and he comes to the appointments
    But i weigh more than him now which horrifies me, and when i get back to my pre-preg weight (which is still overweight) and hopefully loose some more, then that number will go under lock and key again!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bell & Bug View Post
    Yep he knows.
    awesome post

    Bloody phone. Meant to quote comebackkid
    Last edited by Mulva; 24-01-2012 at 22:46.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ComeBackKid View Post
    I dont have scales or a partner so i am commenting on this thread for no apparent reason lol
    lol, I'm not sure why but this made my night

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