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    Last night I went to a poster making "party" at a friend's house for her running group. We were making posters for the people running this Sunday's marathon. I guess it's not too surprising what was there -- corn pie (courtesy of my other friend, who mentioned that she almost forgot to add the sugar while making it!), banana nut bread, bananas, crackers with block of orange cheese. Oh and also beer and some kind of soda/cider that advertised "Sweetened with cane sugar."


    Today at work is October birthdays party, which means two cakes (gotta admit, the chocolate one looks divine!). I started here last month and was actually pleasantly surprised that in addition to the cakes, they have one of those edible arrangement fruit things. I also noticed a number of people not take cake and when questioned by coworkers, simply reply "I don't really like cake." Hmmmm

    Everything in moderation, including moderation.

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      So what was wrong with the beer? Ha ha.

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        Have you noticed how the folks who spout the "Everything in moderation" line are usually the ones who've eliminated an entire group from their diet, I'm referring to the vegetarians here. To borrow a line from "Pay Now, Live Later" blog, the retort to that line should be, Hmmm, How about Insulin in moderation?

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          Ok ok, the beer was the only good part about it!

          Everything in moderation, including moderation.

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            I went for lunch w/ my team to a Japanese restauarant. While everyone went for the Hibachi, I had sashimi and when the waitress got me soy sauce, I requested wheat-free Tamari instead. I happened to be sitting next to my boss, a very soft-spoken and non-inquisitive person. He asked me if I was sensitive to gluten or was merely avoiding carbs! I found it very funny for some strange reason. I mean he too has noticed my "low-carb" eating when I thought no one would have. At a team pizza luncheon, I was the only one who didn't partake of it, he must have noticed it. Anyway, so I told him it was both.

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              From some newspaper article about how fad diets are making people obese.





              Source: http://comfort-eaters-diet.blogspot....pid-story.html

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                PROTEIN DEFICIENCIES??? That's just ridiculous.

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                  Haha... morons


                  I&#39;d like to see someone explain to me how I could have a protein deficiency.

                  The "Seven Deadly Sins"

                  Grains (wheat/rice/oats etc) . . . . . Dairy (milk/yogurt/butter/cheese etc) . . . . . Nightshades (peppers/tomato/eggplant etc)
                  Tubers (potato/arrowroot etc) . . . Modernly palatable (cashews/olives etc) . . . Refined foods (salt/sugars etc )
                  Legumes (soy/beans/peas etc)

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                    What&#39;s worse is that the majority of people will believe it, despite the words "meat, fish" being the first on the list... some folks can&#39;t add 1+1.


                    A funny thing I noticed lately is how this guy at my gym does 20+ reps of an exercise and is all "UGHH.. UGHH" by the end... while I, on the side, am doing 5 reps and growling. Does he think he&#39;s doing better than me, I wonder?


                    And ever since I&#39;ve been in that gym - close to 4 months - this rather heavyset guy has been doing the SAME exercises everyday, probably in the same order, and I don&#39;t think he has increased the weights either (yes I noticed all that). What a waste of time.


                    Oh, and people stare when I do Turkish get ups...

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                      Seems like the 3rd column is in the wrong order. The unpasteurized comment should be with Raw diet shouldn&#39;t it?

                      It's grandma, but you can call me sir.

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                        LOL!!!!!

                        so im inprotein deficiency by being carnivore

                        best laugh of the day

                        challenge yourself
                        i blog here http://theprimalwoman.blogspot.com/

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                          I work in a restaurant. There&#39;s a guy that comes in every day and orders a cup of veggies and a cup of brown rice. (most people get a "meal" bowl with mostly rice, some chicken or beef, and some veggies)


                          A few days ago my boss mentioned that the guy had been getting the same lunch for years, day in day out, and that he (boss) would get sick of eating the same thing every day. I said, "yeah and he doesn&#39;t even eat meat!"

                          Boss replies: "well that&#39;s why he&#39;s so skinny."


                          um..

                          I&#39;m pretty sure he&#39;s skinny because he eats like a bird, not because he avoids meat.

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                            Picture the scene:


                            Train journey to work 6.30am. Me, sitting opposite (ahem) very overweight man, who is having a conversation on his mobile phone. He is, at the same time, stuffing his mouth with a butter croissant, a chocolate croissant and a huge hot chocolate with cream on top. Conversation goes like this:


                            "Well the doctor tells me that I need to lose weight and that I need to get my diabetes under control. I told him that I don&#39;t eat very much, just breakfast and then dinner at night, no alcohol, but he wasn&#39;t very impressed.... No darling, I&#39;m not having my usual - I&#39;ve cut it down to two pastries and a small drink today...."


                            I so wanted to tell him about PB, but you know, I don&#39;t think it would have helped.


                            And that was a SMALL drink? I hate to see what size the large one was. It was truly a large bucket...

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                              Having lunch with new colleagues, lots of conversations flying around happily, can&#39;t remember how vegetarianism cropped up but it did (perhaps I mentioned only buying free range eggs?).

                              Slightly dippy (but lovely) lass asks me "So are you vegetarian then?"


                              I merely waved the large chicken leg I had nearly finished tearing into.....




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                                PrimalK, LOL!

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