Oh my god, I've got such bad second hand embarrassment reading that squiggle reply. It's the fact they're taking this pillock at face value and trying to "help".
This has descended into real paranoia now, checking her balance seemingly every few minutes and tweeting every single fluctuation, she's so fixated on it and the idea they're deliberately screwing with her as if they have the time or energy (pun intended) for that.PS - Utilita monitoring her SM to screw her over on her gas may be one of the funniest things I have read on her feed. She really does have huge delusions of grandeur, doesn’t she!
Exactly what you would expect - along with every other grifters book we laugh over. Zero. Nothing. No updates other thanWhat's happening with the book? I've had too much real life to live to stay on top!
Has Hattie still not produced a book?Exactly what you would expect - along with every other grifters book we laugh over. Zero. Nothing. No updates other than
excusesreasons for lack of progress.
Jack is doing “edits”, seemingly forever and ever. Hattie is keeping her account private - it’s over three years since her total was reached. The minor one that wishes she was popular enough to have her own thread has been spending her money on a photo shoot, tattooes and boots, looking at her constant stream of Twitter nonsense ….
…and our hero of the hour and perennial victim of Utilita energy company has had a mental health break that included her Easter holiday. With a bit of luck, she will be sending out the £250 to the people that absolutely had to be in poverty to qualify for her meagre offering, even if the zine never sees the light of day. Then again - Google is your friend when it comes to this bunch of scrounging absolute melts so, more fool them if they never see a penny of the cash.
Very true Jelly. And then they try to make you feel mean-spirited by trotting out their poor mental health issues as a shield to criticism. It’s frankly quite astonishing how many of the grifters seem to end up with mental health issues. Almost like there is a connection between lying, gritting, being exposed and habitual squandering of their ill gotten gains has a detrimental affect on their sensibilities…of course, correlation doth not = causation and all that jazz but food for thought, none the less (although no food using any new recipe books, that’s for sure!)Has Hattie still not produced a book?
They all hope nobody is keeping track and their grifting will be forgotten.
And as soon as anyone questions where their money has gone the whining starts, about being bullied.
Hang on to your zines, we've an incoming!
Bit of context: Roadsidegladshe'snotmymum made a thread in Feb last year/2021 about reasons poor people can be overweight or obese, and still be poorly nourished. Good points were made, and tediously. Didn't go viral though!
RM has reposted the thread today in response to a fresh article, and it's now her pinned tweet.
With that in mind, enjoy the following interaction
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I know. Can you imagine if someone suggested she needed therapy? She really is appalling.Seriously I gotta say the “I’m trying to support you but you need therapy” bit made me catch my breath because it’s such textbook gaslighting bully behaviour.
And knows fuck all about weightloss - any additional movement increases both the energy expended and, by gradually increasing muscle, the BMR. Organisations such as Versus Arthritis offer free chair exercise programmes, accessible to anybody who has a phone; all you have to do is sit down and hold off spitting venom on social media for ten minutes. It also enables them to control the level of exertion and range of motion so that injuries are less likely. Even sitting there and moving your toes/hands and tightening/relaxing your abdominal muscles is still exercise.As well as being a gaslighting bully, she's horribly ableist
Really well done, fair play to you. I love hearing stories like this.And knows fuck all about weightloss - any additional movement increases both the energy expended and, by gradually increasing muscle, the BMR. Organisations such as Versus Arthritis offer free chair exercise programmes, accessible to anybody who has a phone; all you have to do is sit down and hold off spitting venom on social media for ten minutes. It also enables them to control the level of exertion and range of motion so that injuries are less likely. Even sitting there and moving your toes/hands and tightening/relaxing your abdominal muscles is still exercise.
I should know. It's how I started post Covid/last flare when I had been exhausted, heart pounding and gasping for breath after doing a whole 63 steps per day. About 45 of those 63 steps were deliberate exercise, as I had switched from using the downstairs bathroom to making myself go upstairs for a pee to make a start on it. I wasn't even strong enough to get in and out of the bath at the time and relied upon Mr D to wash my hair ( just having to hold my head in position for him to do that was exhausting). Only after I'd been doing that for a long time was I able to think about what I ate in relation to activity levels; I was putting weight on at very low calorie intakes precisely because I wasn't moving.
It's taken a long time and I was able to put some money into it eventually when I got a new job, but the biggest leap was from those first steps and movements, as they started the process.
There's no expense involved in tightening your abdominal muscles, wiggling your toes every so often or possibly standing at the bannister and moving your arms a bit during the day. And that's how many people actually need to start; not at an average Parkrun 5K starter pace with all the kit and a Fitbit.