[QUOTE=Violette_R;1186902]It turns out that "don't shop when you're hungry" applies to us, too.
"Gosh, I hope 2 pounds of ground beef, 1 pound of rib eye, 1 pound of pork chops, 1 pound of crab legs, and three packages of bacon is enough meat for a week!"
(I live alone.)[/QUOTE]
When you read this and your first thought is "not enough."
[QUOTE=Markbt;1186939]When you read this and your first thought is "not enough."[/QUOTE]
You too, huh?
[QUOTE=Dragonfly;405884]You're more excited when your husband brings you steak instead of flowers...
You see food when Bambi comes to eat your flowers...
You are more excited to go to the butchers than clothes shopping...[/QUOTE]
My husband just commented on this! He asked what I wanted for my birthday, and I said steak. He said that he was lucky to have me, I could care less about jewelry/flowers!
When half your skin care products are stored in the kitchen. (Coconut oil, baking soda, apple cider vinegar.)
When youve borderline jizzed due to eating the best single source of starch-the white fleshed sweet potato. It left me pondering that no man made processed foods can taste as good and unique as this superfood.
[QUOTE=Primal Moose;1187103]You too, huh?[/QUOTE]
When you go for a long walk on a beautiful day (even though you're not really a "walker") and right at the halfway point you blow out one of your flip flops. You kick them off, toss them in a trash can, and finish off the walk like nothing happened.
When you eat your version of your Big Ass Primal Salad with your hands because you forgot to bring your fork to your otherwise forkless workplace ... in the lunch room front of your colleagues.
When things you do just as another part of life, like walking up the stairs to get upstairs, are viewed as a form of exercise by everyone else.
When you go food shopping on your lunch break (fasting, no need to eat!) and come back and put 5+ pounds of raw lamb ribs in the break room fridge next to the McDonalds leftovers and blueish beverage fluids.
When you don't think of spicy mushroom pate as a "vegetarian thing", but as another way of getting mushrooms and butter into your body.
When you don't "lose" diet arguments online, but people would rather just disappear than admit you're right.