I’m writing an essay on purging variables. It involves some fieldwork: today I’m going try porridge. Yesterday I tried soup and cucumber slices. Hypothesis: If I use a 2:1 fluid to oats ratio, it’ll be so ******* easy that it will barely qualify as self-induced regurgitation! Result: self-hatred, an electrolyte imbalance, a ******* sore throat and two hours of my life that I will never get back.
(Once, I really wanted to purge an ice cream cone. Instead I was staring back at bits of a cheese toastie and salad, which I’d had before the cone. ****’s sake. Bodies are weird! Or maybe the data I’ve been gathering on this pro-ana forum is unreliable? Citation needed.)
I’ve got a presentation tomorrow on calorie deficits. If you want to have 35g porridge oats and 45g banana for breakfast then you must make it with 120ml water and 80ml almond milk! Or you could skip the banana entirely and Have 45g oats with a drizzle of honey.
It’s as simple as that! This or that— If P then Q A scientific practicality!