r/nope • u/Diazepam • Mar 14 '22
Mod Post 300K Milestone
Thank you to all 300,000 of you sick fucks who make this community going :)
Keep on nopin’!
r/nope • u/theabruptclimber • 9h ago
Water Park in China ...
r/nope • u/FieldOk884 • 1d ago
That snake absolutely booked it toward that boat
r/nope • u/Seahorse_12 • 11h ago
Terrifying I (M30) took part in a paid study at my local university that studied the affects of different diets on abdominal weight gain. I’ve put on nearly 115 pounds in 1.5 years. The money was worth it, but wondering if they took it too far. Having some regrets.
HERE are some pictures and videos taken by me or others over the course of the last year and a half.
My local university was conducting a medical study on the affects of different diets on weight gain. I signed up and was chosen and the potential money to be made was very appealing. The first two months of the study involved simply eating at a calorie surplus on a premade diet to see how it affected my body’s weight gain. After taking measurements after these initial two months, if my body’s measurements represented any kind of high percentile outlier, I would be selected to potentially continue for the entire 1.5 year study focused on a particular area of the body. Of all of the participants, my abdominal girth was at the highest percentile ratio of girth compared to weight/height, so they selected me to participate focusing on abdominal weight gain and to see how severe it could be.
They paid me about $3,000 a month and had all of my food paid for as I followed a specific premade diet plan that changed every 2 or 3 months to study the affects these specific diets had. Some were dairy heavy, carb heavy, specific types of meats only, mixing in alcohol consumption, specific supplements, etc. I’m incredibly busy in my life with work right now and having a free premade meal plan plus so much extra cash was too good to pass up. So I decided to continue for the entire 1.5 year study.
Fast forward to now, having finished the entire trial, I am starting to have some serious regrets. I’ve put on nearly 115 pounds since last January and I never expected the results to have me looking like this. Honestly, I think even the researchers themselves were really shocked by my result. My ratio of abdominal girth to height/weight is at the highest percentile of the study, their entire student body, and anyone who has participated in the study before. I gained most all of the weight in my torso, which they are severely attributing to genetics and simply the effectiveness of the tailored diets they had me following.
I obviously look ridiculous now. I haven’t even been able to keep up with buying a new professional wardrobe for work (as you can tell my the pictures and videos linked). I was gaining an average of 7 pounds a month, some months being just 3 pounds and some being an entire 15 pounds in a month. So many things are difficult… I break a sweat going up one flight of stairs, I can hardly put my shoes or socks on, fitting into restaurant booths is nearly impossible, getting in and out of my car or off the couch takes preparation. People stare at me in stores or on the street. I had a homeless guy ask me “Jesus Christ, what the fuck? Are you pregnant, dude?” once. My coworkers are polite but make comments here and there.
I haven’t seen my family since early in the study when the weight gain wasn’t very noticeable. I’m seeing them in 2 weeks for a reunion, and I cannot even imagine what they are going to say. I didn’t tell them I took part in this because I knew they wouldn’t approve, but now I wish I had because how am I going to prepare them or explain to them why I look like this now and how it happened so fast. I’m worried to fit on the plane on the way there and having to travel. I’m so nervous to see them. And honestly would like any genuine opinions of whether or not I’m blowing this out of proportion or if they are genuinely going to be shocked. Maybe I can hide it better if I find the right clothing.
I really regret doing this now for the most part and hope I’m able to start reversing it as soon as possible. Thanks for letting me vent. Happy to also answer any questions on what I learned nutritionally and what the different diets did and how they affected me too.
r/nope • u/Iced_MrBreezyy • 9h ago
Insects New fear unlocked
r/nope • u/Maadanos • 9h ago
HELL NO The level of nope : EVIL
r/nope • u/Acrobatic_Cloud5638 • 6h ago
Yeah no explanation needed
Terrifying Not even for all the money in the world.
r/nope • u/xxToXXiCxx • 6h ago
r/nope • u/CincoDeMayoFan • 3h ago
They say getting out of the bathtub can be dangerous, always be careful.
r/nope • u/Filmarnia • 6h ago
Insects Monster moth
r/nope • u/Appearance-Rough • 1h ago
Time to move
r/nope • u/420247Tye • 11h ago
Terrifying That killing machine doesn’t seem happy. All it takes is for one swipe..
Crowded bridge in Nepal 🇳🇵
r/nope • u/itsfemmy • 15h ago
I found this 2 feet from my bed when I was gonna sleep tried killing it and crawled in the wall now I just saw a baby come out
r/nope • u/Chesterspoop • 1d ago
NASTY WHY IS A SKINLESS MONKEY THE ALBUM COVER FOR THE GAME NSFW
r/nope • u/LunaraWolf5 • 12h ago
This could end badly!!! How’s the pay though?
r/nope • u/akashharsana • 15h ago
Stress building toy
r/nope • u/QUINNIE_MINNIE • 4h ago
What a nice rainy day.. Nope
r/nope • u/Humble-Tailor49 • 1d ago
Bamboo Scaffolding worker's in Hong Kong
r/nope • u/TedGuzan97 • 12h ago
C'mon everybody, bring the kids along!
r/nope • u/6969memeyman6969 • 16h ago
Bridges in wind is a big nope for me
r/nope • u/girolski07 • 1d ago
I will never sleep again.
r/nope • u/feelingood41 • 1d ago
Terrifying Scratch Off Paragliding
r/nope • u/Corundex • 9h ago
Found this under laminate flooring in the bedroom
I read here other day about some weird circle and recall the similar thing i saw.
It was like 10 years ago, laminate flooring got peeling off (the house actually was not old at all). I decided to replace it and found a few weird pictures underneath. This is the biggest one.
What could it be?