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    Posted on Dec 25, 2015

    23 Things All Healthyish People Actually Want For Christmas

    Pretty sure you can fit "no more hangovers" under that tree.

    1. A delightfully empty gym.

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    2. The ability to squat down without crying after leg day.

    3. Avocados that are perfectly ripe at all times.

    4. Treadmills with built-in air conditioning.

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    5. Sports bras with zero-gravity technology.

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    6. Or better yet, sports bras with an eject button for when you're sweaty AF.

    7. Organic produce that isn't $87/pound.

    8. A teleportation device that gets you from your bed onto a treadmill.

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    9. A scale that measures your level of badassery.

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    10. Workout clothes that are flattering, comfortable, cheap, and self-washing.

    11. 126 likes on your last post-workout selfie.

    12. A study showing that pizza basically = kale. / Via BuzzFeed Life

    13. The inability to chafe. Anywhere.

    14. Hair that washes/dries/styles itself after you work out.

    15. Bacon that actually burns calories.

    16. The ability to drink all of the things without even a hint of a hangover.

    17. A personal chef who specializes in sugar-free donuts that taste like happiness.

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    18. A ban on the term "bikini body."

    19. The removal of sweat glands from...certain places.

    20. A really fucking delicious cheat meal.

    21. And wine that makes you stronger because why the hell not?

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    22. Two extra hours in your day just to exercise and do healthy things. Like, take stairs and buy vegetables.

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    23. And, sure, maybe abs if you're like giving them out or something. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

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