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Woman Explains How It's 'Her Fault' She And Her Boyfriend Have Gained Weight

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Woman Explains How It's 'Her Fault' She And Her Boyfriend Have Gained Weight

A woman has shared how it's 'her fault' she and her boyfriend have piled on the pounds during lockdown, and you can find out the reason by watching the video below:

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As you can see, it's because she decided she wanted to get into cooking.

To be fair, if you're going to put on a bit of weight, you might as well do it by eating some of the food she's shared pictures of in the video, it looks absolutely delicious.

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Melbourne resident Cindy, who uses the TikTok name @cindyxcs, shared the video and included pictures of her and her boyfriend before she was bitten by the culinary bug, followed by some of the meals that she's been cooking up for him during the various lockdowns, then pictures of the pair of them looking a bit larger afterwards.

Here's Cindy's boyfriend beforehand. Credit: TikTok/@cindyxcs
Here's Cindy's boyfriend beforehand. Credit: TikTok/@cindyxcs

Nothing wrong with eating well and enjoying it, though. They still look absolutely fine.

Let's be honest, it's been a long pandemic for all of us, and most of us who set out with lofty goals of self-improvement couldn't quite keep it up.

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That's OK, though. It's been tough. At least they were eating well through it all.

Sharing the video, she wrote: "Guess it's my fault."

Luckily, many of the people who have seen it have been supportive, saying the food looks absolutely delicious - it really does - and that enjoying food is probably more important than being super chiselled anyway.

Seriously, it looks well worth it. Credit: TikTok/@cindyxcs
Seriously, it looks well worth it. Credit: TikTok/@cindyxcs
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One said: "Life is too short to not enjoy food like this."

Another wrote: "I see absolutely no problem with this"

A third wrote: "You are both still beautiful. Although I am happy to help you guys eat some of that food."

Yeah, that sounds like fun.

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Grab a fork. Credit: TikTok/@cindyxcs
Grab a fork. Credit: TikTok/@cindyxcs

However, not everyone has been so positive, and someone else said: "I mean the food looks amazing but I would be upset if I gained a lot of weight in a relationship like this."

Cindy did offer a bit more explanation than she does in the video, responding to one comment to say they gained a bit of timber 'because we were in so many lockdowns and couldn't hit the gym and we're back in another lockdown.'

Here's her boyfriend afterwards. Credit: TikTok/@cindyxcs
Here's her boyfriend afterwards. Credit: TikTok/@cindyxcs
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Credit: TikTok/@cindyxcs
Credit: TikTok/@cindyxcs

Either way, it seems as if her dishes are a success, as she's received 2.8m likes on the videos that she's posted.

After all, life is too short to eat s*** food.

Featured Image Credit: TikTok/@cindyxcs

Topics: Food, Food And Drink, Australia, TikTok

Tom Wood
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