What did you last eat?

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  1. Vcore89

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    Is that all? Now, get down there and do 1,000 push-ups.:D
     
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    Over her specialty slow-cooked lamb shoulder? I think not, definitely not!
     
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    The best homemade lasagne ever...
     
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    Never get salmon patties anymore. Wifey says that's for po' folks
     
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    But you like them?
     
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    Oh I played tennis last night too, for nearly 2 hours. :D

    Opened up two new cans of new balls, and they make a huge difference. I noticed it, especially on the serve. :cool:
     
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    Yes my sister does make the best lasagne ever!! She knows that I think that but wait till I tell her you think that too! :D
     
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    she's right. They stink like ****s
     
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    Oh I'm getting that recipe....
     
  10. Ronaldo

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    Leftover Beef brisket, pulled pork & fries. And Cheerios.
     
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    :eek:

    Weird combo.
     
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    Did not have enough for a full meal. Prefer Cheerios to Oops All Berries today
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    One of my favorite cereals of all time! I love the crunch berries a million times more than the regular captain crunch thingies.

    I gotta toss Cinnamon Toast Crunch, Lucky Charms, and Cocoa Puffs up there in my top 5 favorite cereals too. :D
     
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    Crunch berries are everything. Especially a little soft, but still slightly crunchy.
     
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    Damn, this is making me want to stop by the store after work and get a box of Crunch berries. Maybe a box of Trix too, but I've been led to understand that Trix are exclusively for children:

     
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    Spicy sandwich, fries, nuggets, w/Polynesian sauce
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    Sandwich AND nuggets, that's how you do it. Polynesian sauce is every single thing. I gotta correct u on the sandwich tho.....

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    It's gotta be the deluxe.
     
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  19. Ronaldo

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    Split the fries and nuggets. Heard every reason why the sandwich should be plain, not grilled and /or deluxe thru the entire drive-thru. And it was MY sandwich.
     
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    Who was telling you what to order there? Lol, people u were with?
     
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    Kids, never leave home without one
     
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    Toast that's it...diet day fish and chips for dinner ....then nothing till Chocolate at midnight :D :p

    Try 5:2 Diet !!! I'm super girl!! ;)
     
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    I believe I'm gluten intolerant, so I've cut it completely from my diet for now to check my hypothesis.

    I had an In-n-Out Double Meat, extra onion, Protein Style (buns replaced with lettuce), and two French Fries. I ate around the excess lettuce, and then I put it in a Whole Foods-bought gluten free Stonehouse Bakery hamburger bun. Not the same, but not bad.

    Now I have to figure out what I do about my pizza addiction. :oops:
     
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    Gotta get it Sureshs style, no?;)
     
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    Double of everything, and no tip. :eek:

    ;)

    Feel the Spray(TM)
     
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  26. Ronaldo

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    Dominos has a Gluten-free pizza. If they can do it, any local pizzeria can too.
     
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    only if you knew how these cows were slaughtered ,,, you would not eat that.....
     
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    Cowz????????????????????????????????/
     
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    They do? I might try it if I can convince them to douse their pizza with MSG as well. Their pizza has improved a lot lately actually.
     
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    I thought cows were slaughtered humanely these days by letting them watch Sureshs's GIF until they died of the laughter.
     
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    Usually they are killed with a pneumatic bolt shot to the head, like the weapon Anton used in "No Country For Old Men", right?

    Why would that knowledge prevent me from eating beef?

    Do you know how fish are caught and fillet-ed?

    Do you know how grains are harvested? (they are chopped off at their "knees", or ripped from their fiberous wombs).

    How would you feel if you were an apple tree and all your babies just got tore off your arms?

    Carrots are yanked by their hair out of the ground and then sliced up into little discs and stuffed in a can. Did you know that?
     
  32. Ronaldo

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    Read "The Sound Machine" by Roald Dahl
     
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    Knowing how chickens are killed doesn't prevent me from eating grilled chicken fajitas a few times a week. :D

    Same with pigs and ham. :D I love getting some deli style ham slices, and then pan searing them, make some eggs, toast the bread and add a slice of cheese, a wonderful ham, egg and cheese breakfast sandwich. A nice preworkout meal. :p
     
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    Chicken fajitas, yummy![​IMG]
     
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    With fresh guacamole, it's my favorite. :D

    Thinking about playing the powerball for this weekend, I saw its up to 349 million, I'd love a nice slice of that cupcake. :p
     
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    I'd like to go to Baja Fresh today and get me the Steak Quesadillas with sides of Pico de gallo, Sour Cream, and Guacamole, with a large tortillas and a guacamole bowl on the side.

    Alas, my gluten intolerance prevents me from doing so. :rolleyes:

    On the bright side of things, I don't have a glute intolerance. If I did, I would have to remain at least at 200 yd distance from the Official Sureshs Tribute Thread at all times. :D
     
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    Pecan pie muffins, cupcakes are too Gasoft.:oops:;)
     
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    I just ate a bag of these. over 150% my RDA of fat in one sitting. Not bad! These summabeeches are good but they are expensive.

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    Were the nuts tasty? :D
     
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    Yes, very tasty. And salty too! :D

     
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    I hear ya...
     
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    Roflmao, hopefully Sureshs's coach doesn't come in her and grab them as well! :eek:
     
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    Is that a salmon patty in your pants or are you just happy to see me?
     
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    Back to the three essential food groups for lunch, [​IMG]
     
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    Carl's Jr. (Hardee's in the East Coast) used to have Chilli Cheese Fries that were quite good, but they discontinued them for some reason. They also ran Buffalo Blue Cheese Criss Cut Fries for a little while, and they were awesome. Buffalo Wings hot sauce and blue cheese crumbs.
     
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    Lol, their CEO is a total tool and massive ****** bag though. I refuse to eat there, not that I partake in fast food too much these days. He even said of his own workers, "We hire the best of the worst." ****ing moron.
     
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    HAHA. I had no idea. Oh well. Their food is good anyway. :D

    I actually stopped going there as much when McDonalds was running their Angus Third Pounders. They were great hamburgers. Why Micky Dee discontinued them I will never know.

    These days I'm only eating In-n-Out burgers though, since I'm avoiding gluten and their fries are truly gluten free (since they don't fry breaded stuff in their friers).

    Last night I got me two cheeseburgers with extra onion Protein Style and two fries. :D

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