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    I know I'm primal coz I had 2 meals today, both contained eggs and bacon
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    ...when you consider giving up fasting for Lent.
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    When you respond impatiently to the third child to ask "What's for dinner?" with "CAT," and your three year old assumes it's true and repeats it around without a blink of an eye.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MamaGrok View Post
    When you respond impatiently to the third child to ask "What's for dinner?" with "CAT," and your three year old assumes it's true and repeats it around without a blink of an eye.
    I can relate. At dinner, we have had the "guess what kind of meat this is" discussion; beef, bison, yak, pork, lamb...

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    Funniest thing is, we have a cat. She didn't ask for the source of the alleged feline we were having for dinner.
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    When the lady buying a light yogurt side-eyes your bacon, 3 fried eggs, and fruit cup and you have to stop yourself from asking "What? You jealous?"

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    When you wake up to an itchy feeling in your bed. You think "Odd, I haven't had nuts for a while, and it can't be crumbs..." And it's a chicken-bone shard from last night's marrow-digging ^^;
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    when it snows and you wish you had a driveway to shovel because it would be fun outdoor exercise.
    when you wear your non-waterproof barefoot shoes anyways, despite 5-6 inches of snow on the ground and more falling.
    when you try to park in the spot farthest away from the office (as usual) and get upset that they plowed a huge pile of snow there. Parking near the building is for fat people.

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