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  • Originally posted by runnergal View Post
    IT's such a fad. I just want to see someone slap a label that says "100 calorie snack pack" on one of these in the supermarket.....

    (that's the 1 lb package)
    That would be brilliant!
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    • Originally posted by Goldsmith View Post
      Living in Midland I bet you get that all the time. The few times I've been out that way it seems like everyone is either on their way to or had just left Rosa's Cafe.
      Rosa's, I generally don't have a problem at.

      We stopped at an Arby's on the way to Phoenix, and the cashier put mine as no bun (ie, give me meat). The guy in the back hollered up to find out what kind of bread I wanted, she hollered back, "None, that's why it says 'No bun'!".
      Most people don't realize how much energy it takes for me to pretend to be normal.

      If I wanted to listen to an asshole, I'd fart.

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      • Originally posted by secretlobster View Post
        Everything does, provided it has no nutritional value
        I have 100 calorie packs of almonds, and 60 calorie packs of prunes.
        Most people don't realize how much energy it takes for me to pretend to be normal.

        If I wanted to listen to an asshole, I'd fart.

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        • Originally posted by Twibble View Post
          Rosa's, I generally don't have a problem at.

          We stopped at an Arby's on the way to Phoenix, and the cashier put mine as no bun (ie, give me meat). The guy in the back hollered up to find out what kind of bread I wanted, she hollered back, "None, that's why it says 'No bun'!".
          I got that here in town.
          I had an interesting time at the DQ in Andrews: I asked for no bun. She spends (I shit you not) 5 minutes trying to find the button for it. It then gets to the back and they yell "What's NB?" "No Bun!" "How do I do that?" "Put it in a nacho container! She wants everything else, just not the bread!" I get it and, packed neatly beside my container of meat and veggies, is my bun wrapped in the paper the burger would've worn.
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          • Originally posted by naiadknight View Post
            I got that here in town.
            I had an interesting time at the DQ in Andrews: I asked for no bun. She spends (I shit you not) 5 minutes trying to find the button for it. It then gets to the back and they yell "What's NB?" "No Bun!" "How do I do that?" "Put it in a nacho container! She wants everything else, just not the bread!" I get it and, packed neatly beside my container of meat and veggies, is my bun wrapped in the paper the burger would've worn.
            LOL its kind of sweet the way the bun was wrapped up as if it were a special gift!!!

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            • Originally posted by Polecatz View Post
              LOL its kind of sweet the way the bun was wrapped up as if it were a special gift!!!
              I guess they though they were being kind. It was kinda cute, even as I flung it into the dumpster.
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              • Since I'm not drinking soda anymore, I tend to go to McDs and get regular iced tea with lemon when I want something cold to drink. You wouldn't believe how hard it is to get UNSWEETENED TEA. I can't say "unsweetened" because they always hear "Sweet". So I say "regular", and they then have to ask "unsweetened?" And then you get asked if you want sugar.

                Last time through apparently the guy before me got an "unsweetened" iced tea-- with 10 packets of Splenda. Ugh!

                I always take a sip before I leave because twice I've gotten a sweet tea instead. I opened my door and spit it out it was so horrendous. Should have seen the look on their face...
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                • Originally posted by Minxxa View Post
                  Since I'm not drinking soda anymore, I tend to go to McDs and get regular iced tea with lemon when I want something cold to drink. You wouldn't believe how hard it is to get UNSWEETENED TEA. I can't say "unsweetened" because they always hear "Sweet". So I say "regular", and they then have to ask "unsweetened?" And then you get asked if you want sugar.

                  Last time through apparently the guy before me got an "unsweetened" iced tea-- with 10 packets of Splenda. Ugh!

                  I always take a sip before I leave because twice I've gotten a sweet tea instead. I opened my door and spit it out it was so horrendous. Should have seen the look on their face...
                  YES! I also check before I leave - why is it so unusual to get unsweetened tea? Once, I didn't check because the cashier said, "Here's your unsweetened tea". Well, it was sweet - when I took it back in, the guy said, "But I got it from the unsweetened urn, I guess I lied to you". Well, yeah, you did, I can tell the difference between sweet and unsweet tea. Turns out, they had just refilled the urn, and the person that made it had added sugar syrup to it.
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                  • Originally posted by Tawny View Post
                    YES! I also check before I leave - why is it so unusual to get unsweetened tea? Once, I didn't check because the cashier said, "Here's your unsweetened tea". Well, it was sweet - when I took it back in, the guy said, "But I got it from the unsweetened urn, I guess I lied to you". Well, yeah, you did, I can tell the difference between sweet and unsweet tea. Turns out, they had just refilled the urn, and the person that made it had added sugar syrup to it.
                    I ask for "unsweet tea" at all restaurants. Half the time, I get "Sweet or unsweet?," 10% of the time I get sweet anyways, and the rest of the time it comes out as I request it.
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                    • I used to have this problem just ordering water. "So, you don't want anything to drink?" (what?) Not so bad now that everybody drinks water, but I still have a problem getting it with no ice. I absolutely detest ice water or any cold drink (well, not beer). I have been given water requested with no ice with "just a little ice because it's not cold" (what?).
                      I have never worked in a service industry and I'm sure people's quirks are just not that important in the grand scheme of life, but when I order decaf coffee, I don't want to be looking at the clock as it strikes 3am.

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                      • Funny sort of moment here. Just got out of a movie and we are driving home. My date rolls down the window when we go by a gas station. I ask her what's up and she says she smells something nasty. I tell her I don't smell anything. She says "well it's not you... you never,like.... fart, do you?"

                        I laughed and said, "no, not really. Only when I eat crappy food."
                        She said "Most guys I know are always crapping their pants."
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                        • I would bet she smelled another car -- they can sort of "fart" that hydrogen sulfide smell when their catalytic converter isn't working well, reportedly.

                          But her casual delivery of "most guys I know are always crapping their pants" is comedy gold right there.
                          "Trust me, you will soon enter a magical land full of delicious steakflowers, with butterbacons fluttering around over the extremely rompable grass and hillsides."

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                          • #facepalm

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                            • From an article in Real Simple:

                              If you crave fat: It's well-known that eating sweets and simple carbohydrates can lead to the infamous sugar crash that leaves you craving more. Consuming fat has a similar self-perpetuating effect, says Sarah Leibowitz, Ph.D., an associate professor of neurobiology at Rockefeller University, in New York City. "Eating fatty foods stimulates the brain to produce peptides that make you crave more fat," she says. A recent study at the Scripps Research Institute, in Jupiter, Florida, showed that rats who were fed high-fat foods (bacon, icing) began eating more and more--a hallmark of addictive behavior. (They actually refused nutritious food when it was offered.) Fight the urge for chips by eating plenty of lean protein and low-fat dairy products, which will help you feel more satisfied.
                              Right, because ICING wouldn't trigger another addiction, and nobody is not getting enough fat, so they crave it when they do get some...
                              Most people don't realize how much energy it takes for me to pretend to be normal.

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                              • Originally posted by NorthernMonkeyGirl View Post
                                Massive facepalm. I saw that in a magazine as well. I almost passed out at the amount of bread. "Measure your butterlicious by the teaspoon". WTF? They are advocating fake butter!? Yeah lets all eat fake foods and have sugar on toast for breakfast. Great idea. Cos something out of a factory is so good for you compared to something nature provided :-/

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