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« Reply #500 on: November 30, 2012, 02:28:18 pm »


Yep, suicide by food.  Note to memphis  - I wish it was the Blubb saying this stuff to throw us off.  Sad
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« Reply #501 on: November 30, 2012, 03:00:37 pm »

Ahem... You looked at the wrong menu items.  I always get 2 bacon, egg, & cheese biscuits for breakfast and a Double Quarter w/ cheese.  Since they took away my Diet Dr Pepper, I have to get a Coke.  I havent developed a taste for Diet Coke.
This is VanderBlubb hacking his account, right? I was really feeling sorry for Bushie until I read this.

Come on guys, I was trying to be funny.  Of course I don't eat at Mickeys all 3 meals.  I was just mmentioning what I usually get when I do go.  Learn to take a joke.
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« Reply #502 on: November 30, 2012, 03:05:40 pm »

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« Reply #503 on: November 30, 2012, 04:01:50 pm »

Ok, so be honest. How often do you get a double whatever? Hamburgers are super easy to cook. You can buy them already shaped at the grocery. Cook on stovetop at medium heat until done. Flip once. Ultimate bachelor food I like to throw in some chopped onions in the pan, but you don't have to do that. And it's much better than fast food burgers, which always have a strange fluffy consistency. You can get frozen fries also, which bake in about 15 minutes.  Much less grease than fast food. You'll save a few dollars too.
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« Reply #504 on: November 30, 2012, 04:57:12 pm »

Ok, so be honest. How often do you get a double whatever? Hamburgers are super easy to cook. You can buy them already shaped at the grocery. Cook on stovetop at medium heat until done. Flip once. Ultimate bachelor food I like to throw in some chopped onions in the pan, but you don't have to do that. And it's much better than fast food burgers, which always have a strange fluffy consistency. You can get frozen fries also, which bake in about 15 minutes.  Much less grease than fast food. You'll save a few dollars too.

I do that with my George Forman. I put veggies in my ground beef and cook it in it.
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« Reply #505 on: November 30, 2012, 07:08:18 pm »

Ok, so be honest. How often do you get a double whatever? Hamburgers are super easy to cook. You can buy them already shaped at the grocery. Cook on stovetop at medium heat until done. Flip once. Ultimate bachelor food I like to throw in some chopped onions in the pan, but you don't have to do that. And it's much better than fast food burgers, which always have a strange fluffy consistency. You can get frozen fries also, which bake in about 15 minutes.  Much less grease than fast food. You'll save a few dollars too.

I do that with my George Forman. I put veggies in my ground beef and cook it in it.

I didn't have room in my car to bring my George Foreman in September.  I'm seriously thinking about buying another one.  They're not that expensive are they?
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« Reply #506 on: November 30, 2012, 08:17:22 pm »

Just get a cheap frying pan at WalMart. Less than $5.
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« Reply #507 on: November 30, 2012, 08:34:39 pm »

Just get a cheap frying pan at WalMart. Less than $5.

I already have a skillet.
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« Reply #508 on: November 30, 2012, 09:55:28 pm »


You can cook it in the skillet.. just keep an eye on it.
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« Reply #509 on: November 30, 2012, 11:18:54 pm »

Ahem... You looked at the wrong menu items.  I always get 2 bacon, egg, & cheese biscuits for breakfast and a Double Quarter w/ cheese.  Since they took away my Diet Dr Pepper, I have to get a Coke.  I havent developed a taste for Diet Coke.
This is VanderBlubb hacking his account, right? I was really feeling sorry for Bushie until I read this.

Come on guys, I was trying to be funny.  Of course I don't eat at Mickeys all 3 meals.  I was just mmentioning what I usually get when I do go.  Learn to take a joke.

Out of curiosity, what do you eat for breakfast and lunch on a normal workday?  Because I normally just have cereal (not the super sugary kind) for breakfast, then make a sandwich and eat that and an apple for lunch (sometimes substitute grapes or something in place of the apple).  I have no idea how many calories that is, but can't be that huge an amount.  Dinner's the only meal that I cook (or go out to a restaurant for, on the occasions when I do that).

Are you consuming a lot of calories already with breakfast and lunch, or is it mostly dinner + snacks?
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« Reply #510 on: November 30, 2012, 11:19:39 pm »

Try eating cornflakes. They're delicious. I even put a sprinkle, just a sprinkle, of sugar on mine.
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« Reply #511 on: November 30, 2012, 11:25:25 pm »

Ahem... You looked at the wrong menu items.  I always get 2 bacon, egg, & cheese biscuits for breakfast and a Double Quarter w/ cheese.  Since they took away my Diet Dr Pepper, I have to get a Coke.  I havent developed a taste for Diet Coke.
This is VanderBlubb hacking his account, right? I was really feeling sorry for Bushie until I read this.

Come on guys, I was trying to be funny.  Of course I don't eat at Mickeys all 3 meals.  I was just mmentioning what I usually get when I do go.  Learn to take a joke.

Out of curiosity, what do you eat for breakfast and lunch on a normal workday?  Because I normally just have cereal (not the super sugary kind) for breakfast, then make a sandwich and eat that and an apple for lunch (sometimes substitute grapes or something in place of the apple).  I have no idea how many calories that is, but can't be that huge an amount.  Dinner's the only meal that I cook (or go out to a restaurant for, on the occasions when I do that).

Are you consuming a lot of calories already with breakfast and lunch, or is it mostly dinner + snacks?


On a work day, I generally don't eat breakfast and only an extremely light lunch like a couple ham sandwiches.  My main calorie heap is at dinner and the very light snacks I have in the day time or at bed time.  I generally will eat at home during the week and go to a sit down restaurant Friday night and occasionally Saturday morning.
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« Reply #512 on: December 01, 2012, 12:22:36 am »

Ahem... You looked at the wrong menu items.  I always get 2 bacon, egg, & cheese biscuits for breakfast and a Double Quarter w/ cheese.  Since they took away my Diet Dr Pepper, I have to get a Coke.  I havent developed a taste for Diet Coke.
This is VanderBlubb hacking his account, right? I was really feeling sorry for Bushie until I read this.

Come on guys, I was trying to be funny.  Of course I don't eat at Mickeys all 3 meals.  I was just mmentioning what I usually get when I do go.  Learn to take a joke.

Out of curiosity, what do you eat for breakfast and lunch on a normal workday?  Because I normally just have cereal (not the super sugary kind) for breakfast, then make a sandwich and eat that and an apple for lunch (sometimes substitute grapes or something in place of the apple).  I have no idea how many calories that is, but can't be that huge an amount.  Dinner's the only meal that I cook (or go out to a restaurant for, on the occasions when I do that).

Are you consuming a lot of calories already with breakfast and lunch, or is it mostly dinner + snacks?


On a work day, I generally don't eat breakfast and only an extremely light lunch like a couple ham sandwiches.  My main calorie heap is at dinner and the very light snacks I have in the day time or at bed time.  I generally will eat at home during the week and go to a sit down restaurant Friday night and occasionally Saturday morning.

Do you purposely try to f*** up your metabolism?
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« Reply #513 on: December 01, 2012, 01:15:04 am »

Ahem... You looked at the wrong menu items.  I always get 2 bacon, egg, & cheese biscuits for breakfast and a Double Quarter w/ cheese.  Since they took away my Diet Dr Pepper, I have to get a Coke.  I havent developed a taste for Diet Coke.
This is VanderBlubb hacking his account, right? I was really feeling sorry for Bushie until I read this.

Come on guys, I was trying to be funny.  Of course I don't eat at Mickeys all 3 meals.  I was just mmentioning what I usually get when I do go.  Learn to take a joke.

Out of curiosity, what do you eat for breakfast and lunch on a normal workday?  Because I normally just have cereal (not the super sugary kind) for breakfast, then make a sandwich and eat that and an apple for lunch (sometimes substitute grapes or something in place of the apple).  I have no idea how many calories that is, but can't be that huge an amount.  Dinner's the only meal that I cook (or go out to a restaurant for, on the occasions when I do that).

Are you consuming a lot of calories already with breakfast and lunch, or is it mostly dinner + snacks?


On a work day, I generally don't eat breakfast and only an extremely light lunch like a couple ham sandwiches.  My main calorie heap is at dinner and the very light snacks I have in the day time or at bed time.  I generally will eat at home during the week and go to a sit down restaurant Friday night and occasionally Saturday morning.

Do you purposely try to f*** up your metabolism?

Not purposely.
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« Reply #514 on: December 01, 2012, 01:19:54 am »


wut
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« Reply #515 on: December 01, 2012, 01:20:44 am »

Ahem... You looked at the wrong menu items.  I always get 2 bacon, egg, & cheese biscuits for breakfast and a Double Quarter w/ cheese.  Since they took away my Diet Dr Pepper, I have to get a Coke.  I havent developed a taste for Diet Coke.
This is VanderBlubb hacking his account, right? I was really feeling sorry for Bushie until I read this.

Come on guys, I was trying to be funny.  Of course I don't eat at Mickeys all 3 meals.  I was just mmentioning what I usually get when I do go.  Learn to take a joke.

Out of curiosity, what do you eat for breakfast and lunch on a normal workday?  Because I normally just have cereal (not the super sugary kind) for breakfast, then make a sandwich and eat that and an apple for lunch (sometimes substitute grapes or something in place of the apple).  I have no idea how many calories that is, but can't be that huge an amount.  Dinner's the only meal that I cook (or go out to a restaurant for, on the occasions when I do that).

Are you consuming a lot of calories already with breakfast and lunch, or is it mostly dinner + snacks?


On a work day, I generally don't eat breakfast and only an extremely light lunch like a couple ham sandwiches.  My main calorie heap is at dinner and the very light snacks I have in the day time or at bed time.  I generally will eat at home during the week and go to a sit down restaurant Friday night and occasionally Saturday morning.

Do you purposely try to f*** up your metabolism?

Not purposely.

The bolded part says otherwise...
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« Reply #516 on: December 01, 2012, 01:29:40 am »

How many ham sandwiches constitutes a big lunch?
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« Reply #517 on: December 01, 2012, 01:37:22 am »

How many ham sandwiches constitutes a big lunch?

Considering two sandwiches don't even come close to filling me up and I'm left hungry after just 30 minutes, I don't consider sandwiches in general except hamburgers, sub sandwiches, or hoagies to be a big lunch.  A big lunch is only slightly smaller than a big dinner since lunch food and dinner food are interchangeable.
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« Reply #518 on: December 01, 2012, 01:42:18 am »

How many ham sandwiches do you eat for lunch per day? Also please describe these sandwiches in greater detail.
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« Reply #519 on: December 01, 2012, 02:03:41 am »

How many ham sandwiches do you eat for lunch per day? Also please describe these sandwiches in greater detail.

I only eat 2 sandwiches, mainly for time and money's sake, and they only consist of bread, mustard, Oscar Meyer or Deli ham, and a slice of cheese.  Occasionally, I will substitute turkey for ham.  I don't get too fancy with my sandwiches.  I may include a few pickles if I'm eating them at home, but if I'm taking them to work, I will not include pickles because I don't want the pickle juice making the bread soggy.
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« Reply #520 on: December 01, 2012, 04:08:34 am »

Have you ever looked into Atkins or Paleo? My freshman 15 has so far been negative thanks to not eating bread, pasta, rice, or sweets.
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« Reply #521 on: December 01, 2012, 05:30:50 am »

Your eating patterns are a disaster...

Firstly, the purpose of a meal is not to fill you up... it's to satisfy. Now.. most importantly how much water do you drink?

Most people's hunger-pangs, have more to do with a lack of water, than lack of food.
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« Reply #522 on: December 01, 2012, 05:47:44 am »

Have you ever looked into Atkins or Paleo? My freshman 15 has so far been negative thanks to not eating bread, pasta, rice, or sweets.

Atkins can be dangerous if you don't do it right... I don't think Jeff could actually do Atkins right.
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« Reply #523 on: December 01, 2012, 08:38:24 am »

Two sandwiches isn't unreasonable. It depends on the type of bread you use, but generally a bagged white/wheat/potato/etc. bread is 80 calories per slice, so you're at 320 for 4. One 2oz serving of ham or turkey is about 60, so now you're at 440. Cheese is much more calorie dense, and a lot of people will unintentionally go overboard with it, but one slice per sandwich is only a single serving of about 95-110. So now you're at.. 540 or thereabouts, maybe 570+ if you're using a more artisan style bread. Pickles and mustard are negligible. Consider them free vitamins. That's very easy to work into an 1800 calorie diet, let alone a 2500 calorie diet.

That's assuming your serving sizes for the meal are actually in order. They probably are, but to be sure of this stuff, consider purchasing a food scale. They're pretty cheap at amazon and eliminate all doubt about what you're actually consuming.
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« Reply #524 on: December 01, 2012, 12:18:15 pm »

Two sandwiches isn't unreasonable. It depends on the type of bread you use, but generally a bagged white/wheat/potato/etc. bread is 80 calories per slice, so you're at 320 for 4. One 2oz serving of ham or turkey is about 60, so now you're at 440. Cheese is much more calorie dense, and a lot of people will unintentionally go overboard with it, but one slice per sandwich is only a single serving of about 95-110. So now you're at.. 540 or thereabouts, maybe 570+ if you're using a more artisan style bread. Pickles and mustard are negligible. Consider them free vitamins. That's very easy to work into an 1800 calorie diet, let alone a 2500 calorie diet.

That's assuming your serving sizes for the meal are actually in order. They probably are, but to be sure of this stuff, consider purchasing a food scale. They're pretty cheap at amazon and eliminate all doubt about what you're actually consuming.

I typically just have regular store bought bread.  I used to eat the Wonder bread brand, but since Hostess closed its doors, I'm finding myself going to Walmart's Great Value Bread.

Polnut,

I will admit, I don't drink near as much water as I should.  Once in a while, I will have a glass, but I don't come anywhere near the 6-8 recommended glasses a day.

I know the purpose of a meal is not to fill me up, but sandwiches barely even satisfy, but I still stop at two. sandwiches every time I have them.

SPC and Inks,

The only diet I will even get anywhere close to touching is Weight Watchers, but even then I prefer to do things on my own terms.  I've lost 6 pounds in the past 7 days, so I'm not doing too terrible.
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