Shore over it?

Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past year, and maybe even if you have, I’m sure you’ve heard all about the dramatic Geordie Shore girls’ transformations.

From Bacardis to bikinis and fry-ups to warm-ups, these Geordie Shore beaures are taking the world by storm. But to be honest, we should just get over it. With a weight-loss of a whopping 10 stone between them, we can only question if they’re perhaps taking it just a bit too far.

Not a day goes by when you won’t see an Instagram post or a Tweet bragging about what new exercise routines they’ve been up to or the new diet you’ve just got to try. It’s boring and not really that motivational. It actually makes me want to go out and eat a McDonalds meal in a rage.

I’m not saying I’m not jealous, because I most certainly am. But I’m over it. We get it, they’ve turned their lives around and become the healthy, fit goddesses we all dream of being.

At the end of the day, that’s not what I tuned into Geordie Shore to see. I tuned in for the madness, the fun and most importantly, the girls’ don’t-give-a-damn attitude. I didn’t ask for lessons in healthy eating or the importance of regular exercise.

With each Geordie girl getting skinnier by the day, it’s sort of gone past the point of motivation. Vicky Pattison’s breast enlargement was what drew the line for me. Why bother dream of a body that’s realistically unachievable anyway? Nobody is perfect and I love the Geordie Shore girls, I really do, but I simply and genuinely am over it.

Instagram is full of peaking hip bones and washboard stomachs and that just isn’t entertainment. Hey, it was exciting while it lasted but now it has just gone too far.

Who knows how long it will last for? But for now, I’m over it.

 

Aoife Marnell

Image credit: flutteronby.ie

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