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Old 10-27-2004, 05:25 PM   #31
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lol, psiguyy. you just reminded me of animal house "you are a p - i - g, pig...."
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Old 10-27-2004, 05:51 PM   #32
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lol, psiguyy. you just reminded me of animal house "you are a p - i - g, pig...."
Actually, it's more like "P-I-G, Hog!" That was one of Justin Wilson's favorite sayings.
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Old 10-27-2004, 07:02 PM   #33
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I am a wierd eater. I work as an electrician and if I am deep into like wiring a house I can forget to eat. I may eat like a bowl of ceral or a bag of potato chips and that will be almost it. And I may go for days like that. But, eventually I get hungery and then I'll go through a couple of plates of food like a vacuum cleaner. And then it's back to almost nothing again for awhile.
The funny thing is, in high school I was the one that would win the eating contest. And whats really funny is no matter how I ate, I wouldnt get a tummy ache, I'd get a headache. And when I get really hungery I get a headache.
Lastly, my MIL knows I'm a finicky eater, but she thinks I eat like a horse. May have some thing to do with the quality of the cooking. Which is not a bad reflection on my wife's cooking...
but I couldn't work like I do and eat like that all the time.
I may eat bowls of ceral for breakfast and I mean 2 or 3 of the smallest glass pyrex mixing bowl, if i slow down and take the time to eat. If I eat or if I dont eat breakfast, if it gets to be about 2 pm before I think about food again, I'll think why spend $5-10 on pizza or carryout or some other foolishnes when for the same money I could buy a lamb chop, tuna steak or slab of salmon and have good eats. By the by it's 7. It's time to worship at the alter of G.E.
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Old 10-28-2004, 03:48 AM   #34
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I didn't see a category for PIG. :roll:
type 1!
if you eat more than that, well... just WOW!
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Old 10-28-2004, 05:53 AM   #35
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No catagory here for me. I'm not much of an eater but this is what I do have on a typical day........

For breakfast: I'll drink 3 to 4 cups of black coffee.
Sometimes I'll have a slice of toast w/butter but not very often
because in the morning food just doesn't appeal to me.

For lunch: A 16 oz glass of diet dr pepper.
Still no desire for food at this time.

For supper: What ever I feel like eating of what I've prepared for
the family although I don't eat a complete meal. If I fix like,
baked chicken breasts, baked or mashed potatoes and corn I'll
eat just a baked potato with a little butter and salt and pepper.

I drink a lot of fluids throughout the day which usually consists of
water, diet dr pepper, or vodka and I munch on ice all day long
(from the time I wake in the morning til I go to bed at night).
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Old 10-29-2004, 04:48 AM   #36
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tweedee! one baked potato and that's it for the day?! i'd give up that diet pop and switch to regular pop if i were you!
my, goodness; i'm only in the double digits weightwise at 5' 5 1/2", or 5'6" or 5' 7" tall (it changes w/ each person who measures me, lol.) and i eat way more calories per day than the 100 you'd find in an average potato, lol.
plus you drink diet pop and coffee, and vodka... diuretics... not good. probably why you eat so much ice.
sorry to lecture, LOL. shame on me. oops.
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Old 10-29-2004, 07:19 AM   #37
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You don't wanna know :oops:
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Old 10-29-2004, 08:53 AM   #38
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i do i do i do i do i do i do i do i do, bege....
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Old 10-29-2004, 09:14 AM   #39
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me, too... i'm curious now....
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luvs_food,

Diuretics? hmmm, I had to look that up in my medical book to find out what it was. I guess I should have known since I did take a medication class after doing my cna class. But no I don't use anykind of drugs...never have...never will.

But as for the leture that's ok, I get those all the time lol.
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