We all have someone that is close to us and they may seem to find that we are getting really big, really fast. In order to lessen the suspicion, I am going to flaunt and “blame” my mass amount of weight gain, in the upcoming cycle, on the supplements. For the average parent or girlfriend, this should be fine, correct? I am pretty sure they will notice when their son is putting on 20 or 30 pounds, and will know whether or not it is fat. Any other techniques, common lies, or what not you guys use?
Oh, and also if they were to ever find the steroids\found out their son took them and I know if I tried to reason it out with them, I would get no-where. Should one go the route of “I was feeling unaccomplished in what I was doing, so I used AAS.” approach or a variant of that. More play on guilt or such if any comment of being fat or weak were involved, not that that would be common I hope, or just say that you did not like the way you look.
I wouldn’t think that the average parent\girlfriend, more so parent, would understand the effects of AAS or would be willing to listen and say “Yes, you can take AAS because I now know it is relatively safe for more than clinical dosages.”
Just precautionary thinking, not too excited to dive into discussion on it.