When's enough really enough?

@wenjule (107)
Jamaica
June 6, 2009 9:27pm CST
When i was a child i was taught to clean my plate or i wouldnt get any dessert, and so i did. And now i'm paying dearly whenever i go out in public and another name calling massacre begins. Now that i'm older and i'm still cleaning my plate i'm now told to not be so greedy, that i should at least curb my appetite. so is it my fault for following the rules i was given as a child? I now find it hard to stop a habit that i've now sunken into.So, my question is,"When's enough really enough?"
1 response
@ronnyb (6119)
• Jamaica
28 Nov 09
Well personally I like women who clean their plates especially when I take them out for dinner ,I makes me feel that I am getting value for money .I am not sure what the name calling massacre is about but I have personally enjoyed full figured women so continue to clean your plate my friend as long as it doesnt get really out of hand. I also hate when people eat and leave food just to be "prim and proper",I personally dont see a violation of dining ethics if you do.It is my belief that as long as you feel that you can eat enough you should .So in summary enough is never enough until you say so
@wenjule (107)
• Jamaica
28 Nov 09
Thanks for your response Ronny.