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Old 03-30-2008, 06:11 AM   #106
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Uni work or chocolate ...

Uni work or chocolate ...

Uni work or chocolate ...

On the one hand, productivity is good.

On the other hand, CHOCOLATE.

Fuck it, chocolate.
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mmmmm the bunnies be tasty, had part of one for brekkie today
I had McDonalds and easter eggs for afternoon tea
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really? Is it that easy to get you to love me?
Yes. Saving me from suffering through Rove is a truly fantastic deed.
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I had McDonalds and easter eggs for afternoon tea
you would !



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I had the best boiled egg i've had in ages for breakfast.

Then i had Pods (little chocolate/snickers/mars/wafer snack) for an after breakfast snack.

For lunch i had a cookie.

For dinner i had some lamb, roast potato and more Pods.

My heart thanks me.
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I was looking at photos with my mum last night and noticed that nearly all the women on both sides of the family are fat and the men are skinny

I don't know what that says about me but it could explain the lack of boobies
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yes ian we have teh pods here tooo
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I had the best boiled egg i've had in ages for breakfast.

Then i had Pods (little chocolate/snickers/mars/wafer snack) for an after breakfast snack.

For lunch i had a cookie.

For dinner i had some lamb, roast potato and more Pods.

My heart thanks me.


that sounds like my typical weekend diet. Except the boiled egg is an easter egg and the roast dinner is pizza or KFC
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I had cornflakes for breakfast.

Salami, cheese, and sundried tomatoes toasted sandwich for lunch.

Red Rock Deli sweet chilli and sour cream chips for afternoon tea.

Gnocchi napoli for dinner.

And throughout the day I have grazed on Easter chocolates.
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I've finally retired my three U2 t-shirts from public use. I got a Zooropa baby one, a Popmart Lemon one and an Achtung Baby three symbols one.

I've now worn them too often to be good looking enough for public use, plus i've lost enough weight that they fit as comfortably as the holy (so to speak) shirts i'm throwing out.

A truly great day to be rid of those godawful t-shirts i've had for years, although it significantly drops the number of shirts i own that i can wear out.


Fuck, that whole post felt like a Seinfeld episode
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that sounds like my typical weekend diet. Except the boiled egg is an easter egg and the roast dinner is pizza or KFC
The funniest part is if i hadn't gone out my lunch would have been two cookies and more pods
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I've finally retired my three U2 t-shirts from public use. I got a Zooropa baby one, a Popmart Lemon one and an Achtung Baby three symbols one.

I've now worn them too often to be good looking enough for public use, plus i've lost enough weight that they fit as comfortably as the holy (so to speak) shirts i'm throwing out.

A truly great day to be rid of those godawful t-shirts i've had for years, although it significantly drops the number of shirts i own that i can wear out.


Fuck, that whole post felt like a Seinfeld episode

i hope you retired them and not threw them out ?
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yes ian we have teh pods here tooo
I don't know if i miss the days when i could down a whole bag in half an hour or not.

No, i'm probably glad to be past that.
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