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Old 05-26-2003, 08:01 AM   #16  
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That's what I want to know! (or do I? )
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Old 05-26-2003, 08:44 AM   #17  
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Butter burgers are just ordinary burgers, I think. I had them in WI last summer - fried in buttermaybe?

By the way, Ruthless was here last night and forced me to eat a small loaf of Claire's lemon bread - with lite margarine, as if that matters! Dumb broad!
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Old 05-26-2003, 10:40 AM   #18  
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Too many chocolate chips, just chocolate chips but handful after handful.... got to go out in the deep freeze- I will not walk outside and through the yard to stick my hand in a bag of chocolate chips.
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Old 05-26-2003, 12:26 PM   #19  
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Yesterday, interspersed with the good stuff (i.e. the chicken and salad dinner, the low fat popsicle thing etc) there was (sigh) chocolate at night, followed by the pre-prandial corn flakes and a roll (no marg though, as if that helped!). Long thoughtful burp.

Am having a bread & chocolate moratorium today (I hope I can do this for a lot of days). Hey, I might even lose some weight, who knows! Did not buy any Peps this weekend though, even though in the same store with them, and looked longingly at them. Then I remembered not to buy them (course I knew I had chocolate at home anyhow!)

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Old 05-26-2003, 02:53 PM   #20  
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This is it. I can through evey damned day eating well until about now. It's almost 3:00. The kids will be home soon, and I'm starting to think about food. And I'm sleepy. And cranky. I need a shot of adrenaleine (sp) or something.
Maybe I need to make another pot of coffee. If I could go to bed right now and not wake up until tomorrow, I'd have done really well diet-wise. And I'm rambling...
I expect I'll be back here later... confessing...
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What I have ate today (in total): A Krispy Kreme donut (which I actually don't like), some Tostitos & cheese, and a few chocolate chip cookies. Just got home and I think I am going to have PB & J and maybe some chips.

What I really want - Timbits, a Peanut Buster Parfait from DQ, key lime pie, lemon squares, garlic bread, wings and pizza.
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Old 05-26-2003, 10:50 PM   #22  
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What's a PB & J? Whatever it is, I want six of them.

Just going to eat a couple bars of MacIntosh toffee. Screw it. Had a rough day.

Wait a minute... peanut butter and jelly? Hmmm, on second thought...
A large Skor Blizzard from DQ.
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Yup, Peanut butter and jelly. One of the staples of my diet. Not actually great for diet food, but I eat it alot.

Those toffees are good.


Um, this morning someone brought a Dulche cheesecake from the Cheesecake Factory in. A tiny piece is 44 grams of fat!!! 630 cals. All I did was eat the left overs from the knife and stuff that was still on the plate. Didn't eat a whole piece though...
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Butterburger. They fry your burger up and then slide a pat of butter over the whole thing to bring out the meaty flavor. SO GROSS, but at the same time I just want one of those from time to time.

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Old 05-27-2003, 01:55 PM   #25  
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DQ has Skor blizzards? Wow! That will be another temptation I must drive past on my way to music lessons! Oy vey!

Chris, I just remembered my Dad sneaking butter onto his steak to "make it better" but he'd never let us kids do it. Hmmmmm - another taste treat!
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OH! No! No! I just made that up, Ruth! Stay away from DQ!!

I used to put butter on my steak when I was a kid/teen. It was divine. And on my fries, too.
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My mom used to put butter on our hamburgers too! It was lovely.

In reaction to telling myself NO bread, of course I had raisin toast yesterday afternoon, & this morning for breakfast (has 10g fiber for 2 pieces though & is whole wheat). And the last of the chocolate last night, & some crackers. Because I told myself I couldn't have any, you see. And I was mad at DH, and I was trying to restrain myself from bopping him on the head. Yeah, that's a good idea to eat instead! Maybe I should get out my crochet instead, next time I want to bop him on the head (that would probably be tonight!)

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Old 05-28-2003, 03:47 PM   #28  
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But you might stab him with a crochet hook Lidian
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You girls are silly.

I ate a fries & chicken wrap w/ blue cheese & hot sauce for lunch. And am going out for dinner for Sis#1's birthday.

Also I was at work late last night, so I ended up with McD's for dinner.
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oooh. a crochet hook. that's a good idea.

i may need to learn how to crochet just so i can have the hook...

stab him right in the eye!!

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