Search:

Type: Posts; User: Indiscreet

Page 1 of 9 1 2 3 4

Search: Search took 0.12 seconds.

  1. I am in a tricky situation myself as I live alone...

    I am in a tricky situation myself as I live alone in a tiny flat (little storage space, a small fridge and no freezer) and only work part time so am on a budget. I eat a lot of eggs, canned tuna...
  2. I've never been particularly allergic - no hay...

    I've never been particularly allergic - no hay fever, asthma, food allergies etc - but I did have a nasty experience with perfume a few years back. Back then I really got into perfumes and used to...
  3. Replies
    18
    Views
    1,269

    You mention kids - how old are they and have...

    You mention kids - how old are they and have either of them started school recently? I ask because, after not getting sick for ages, I started working as a PE teacher at a primary school two years...
  4. I'm with you there - I hate talking on the...

    I'm with you there - I hate talking on the phone. If my phone rings I dread picking it up in case it's bad news (quite likely now, actually, as my mum's on the exit ramp). I grudgingly bought a...
  5. I get on well enough with most people but have no...

    I get on well enough with most people but have no close female friends. I've felt for years as though I belong to a third gender because I have little in common with a lot of women. I do wear some...
  6. Replies
    12
    Views
    3,158

    1

    Yup, beets give you purple poop (and pinkish pee sometimes as well). I've often had the "OMG cystitis? Wait...no, just beetroot" moments.


    I remember once producing a lurid green offering after a...
  7. Replies
    30
    Views
    3,959

    1

    I suggest visiting www.tmuscle.com - there's a whole board dedicated to steroids. There's the usual number of meatheads and trolls but some of the posters are very knowledgeable and you should be...
  8. Replies
    53
    Views
    2,890

    1

    Being English, I like my tea with milk (I use skimmed - not that I'm afraid of fat but I find anything fattier than skimmed milk is gross and soupy in tea) and I'll drink quite a few mugs a day (I...
  9. Replies
    170
    Views
    7,044

    1

    I hope there's only one of me! Hi Dave.


    Northern Monkey (you're not from Hartlepool are you?) - I never liked lamb, to be honest. As a child I'd always be upset whent he Sunday roast was lamb...
  10. Replies
    170
    Views
    7,044

    1

    I'm on the MyProtein forums as well.
  11. Replies
    170
    Views
    7,044

    1

    I'm a Londoner too (SW). Welcome Mike and C.
  12. Replies
    34
    Views
    4,433

    1

    Oh dear, she is a bit of a fat biffa isn't she?
  13. Replies
    29
    Views
    847

    1

    Thanks Diana - I'll keep an eye out for those. My skillet is pretty awesome - I'd just rather avoid the hand burning thing (I am very clumsy!)
  14. Replies
    6
    Views
    322

    1

    I buy them ready hard-boiled and eat them with celery salt. They're yummy!

    Waitrose (UK) sometimes has ostrich eggs but one of those is too much for me.
  15. Replies
    29
    Views
    847

    1

    So, as one of my new year's resolutions, I resolved to use healthier utensils. I got a steel water bottle (I was reusing old Evain/Volvic bottles - not healthy really) and invested in an iron...
  16. Replies
    12
    Views
    815

    1

    Mm I get sleepy in the middle of the day on weekdays, even though my morning meal is usually just a whey protein shake. I put it down to 1) not sleeping enough at night and 2) lack of stimulation (I...
  17. Replies
    19
    Views
    535

    1

    I saw this in the paper and it reduced me to an angry, seething mess. What a ridiculous notion! It won't happen, though - they can't very well ban butter while cigarettes and alcohol are still legal....
  18. Replies
    114
    Views
    4,255

    1

    Hmm, well I'm not as saintly as some of the people here (I eat dairy) but I avoid grains like the plague. I don't touch fast food and avoid things like pizza, pasta and bread, not to mention cheap...
  19. Replies
    22
    Views
    830

    1

    From the obituary, it sounds as though he lived long and well - which is as much as any of us can hope for.

    All the best to you.
  20. Replies
    12
    Views
    620

    1

    Oats are a terrible trigger food for me - I can't have them in the house. I've been known to destroy boxes of muesli and granola, not to mention flapjacks. They may not be as bad as wheat but for me,...
  21. Replies
    10
    Views
    911

    1

    I buy mine from a British company called My Protein - they do a lot of different proteins (isolates, concentrates, blends, ones that contain casein, ones that don't...basically any kind of protein...
  22. Replies
    42
    Views
    1,435

    1

    Well I'm 160lbs currently at 5'7 - not thrilled about that (some of it is Christmas weight) and need to drop about 10lbs. But 158lbs isn't heavy at all for someone of your height, unless you are...
  23. Thread: Nails

    by Indiscreet
    Replies
    6
    Views
    386

    1

    Eww. Nails are for scratching itches, picking noses and opening modern packaging. Oh and painting pretty colours, if you are so inclined. I wouldn't want to lose mine, even if I do keep them short...
  24. Replies
    46
    Views
    1,688

    1

    Hardcore PC gamer here - worked as a games journo during the 90s. I play games for hours on end to the extent I have horrible postural issues. I just can't seem to stop myself though!


    LTC - Mass...
  25. Replies
    19
    Views
    459

    1

    Sweet potatoes with marshmallows? Whaaaa...? Is that part of the sweet or savoury course?

    We eat them as a vegetable in the UK in place of potatoes, so that seems weird to me (then again us Brits...
Results 1 to 25 of 219
Page 1 of 9 1 2 3 4