I used to eat 3 donuts for lunch.
I'll go first.
Back when I was fat I used to buy a box of these mozzarella filled breadsticks. There would be six of them in a box and the suggested serving was one. I ate all six. It was my "friday treat" dinner and I would eat all six and dip them in salsa or nacho cheese (whatever I had) along with two (or more) mt. dews.
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I used to eat 3 donuts for lunch.
Tacos for supper. It wouldn't have been so bad, but we fried the shells in corn oil. I would eat like, 3 of them for dinner. So impossibly bad for you. Just thinking about it makes my arteries clog up.
The real kicker is, we used to have tacos for dinner a few times a week. XD
Also, little Debbie cakes. Drank my own weight in Dr.pepper also.
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I've never really been able to take the fried foods route, thanks to an allergy to bad fats (no, really, I'm being serious.) My worst was at the fair. Every year I went I had to have the funnel cake (which I always paid for in spades, but it was "worth it") and the chocolate covered cheesecake on a stick. A couple years ago, I met up with fried oreos and was in hog heaven. I paid the next day with a headache and throwing up, but that was just "part of the fair experience" for me.
The common worst food I'd have was pizza rolls. One bag was how many servings? I dunno, because it never made it past 1. Did that every few weeks.
Forgot about the Dr. Pepper every few days in college.
Finals weeks in college I lived on DP, Penguins, Bawls, and Pizza rolls. *shudder*
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Ramen for lunch. I'd add kimchi. I miss that lunch.
Blue Monster like it was going out of style.
Pizzeria Pretzel Combos. (occasional)
Candy, candy, candy. Most days I ate some type of candy.
Slim Fast shake, pretty regularly.
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sunday mornings i'd walk to the bakery and buy 6 maple log donuts and eat them all.
lunches were usually a hamburger, suzy Q-s, and a chocolate milkshake.
senior year, i was allowed to leave for lunch, so i'd hit taco bell and get a dozen tacos.
i got up to consuming 2 liters of mountain dew a day. no water.
i rarely hit the grocery store. i'd usually just go to the quickie mart and a typical day's nutrition would be salt and vinegar potato chips, beef jerky, string cheese, and whatever processed chocolate substance i could get my hands on.
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My pre-primal worst, I blame T Colin Campbell: Heaps of brown rice and black beans (because you need the fiber), steamed veggies with no butter or bacon to make them yummy, and for dessert 2 cups of fruit including bananas. For being so virtuous 1, make that 2 TJ's chocolate almond clusters (okay, so sometime 3). Within an hour or so, I would go hunting the microwave popcorn. Sigh...
As much bread as my stomach could hold.
Half a jar of peanut butter w/ one carrot to scoop it out.
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