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    Sort-of side note: Anyone remember the X-Files movie from 1998, where Mulder and Scully were tracking down this big conspiracy surrounding the bees and the corn crops, and aliens hibernating underground? Things that make you go hmmmm....
    HA, i was just talking about X-Files a couple weeks ago with a friend, mostly lamenting the fact that it hasnt aged well, and how no real x-files fan we knew bothered to see the latest movie.

    Anyway, before this gets off on another nerd tangent, another venting about my roommates: So two of them are a couple, and the other day they came home with BAGS UPON BAGS of groceries. I mean the whole counter was covered. Most of the stuff was packaged and boxed, of course, and I was sure they wouldnt be able to get it all into their pantry space but somehow they did. A surprising chunk of it was perishables like vegetables and stuff, which of course took up an entire shelf in the fridge. Point of the story: they have hella food in the house.

    Yesterday, both of them had the day off and one wasnt feeling well so they both were hanging around the house. Great time to eat all this food they bought, right? NOPE. They ordered takeout.
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    My first word was "mean", my parents believe it was my way of saying "You know what I mean Vern". I was a huge Ernest fan.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaradel View Post
    I thought that when you went to the doctor and said, "Doctor it hurts when I do this" that they would say, "Then don't do that!" When did it become acceptable to tell a patient to keep doing something that makes them feel bad "because it's healthy"?
    I stopped seeing my doctor after I came in with debilitating stomach cramps. He had perscribed two more medications (on top of 4 I was already taking) and I had started taking them 4 days earlier, I had to stop after the second day and wait two more before I could even stand because of the pain. He proceeded to tell me that even though I was doing everything right with my diet and exercise I still needed to take these pills because if I didn't I would be dead by age 35. He also said that it was impossible for the medication to cause stomach cramps and I must have something else wrong with me. Nevermind that I read the literature that came with the pills and it said that severe stomach pain was a symptom of an adverse reaction. Silly thing for me to expect a DOCTOR to know something like that. Even after I waved the information in his face he didn't believe me. I was 24 at the time and the only thing wrong with me was hypothyroidism and high blood pressure. The rest of my bloodwork was FINE.

    I haven't been to a doctor since and I'm working up the nerve to approach a local clinic because I know being medicated for my thyroid at least is important.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corvidae View Post
    Anyway, before this gets off on another nerd tangent, another venting about my roommates: So two of them are a couple, and the other day they came home with BAGS UPON BAGS of groceries. I mean the whole counter was covered. Most of the stuff was packaged and boxed, of course, and I was sure they wouldnt be able to get it all into their pantry space but somehow they did. A surprising chunk of it was perishables like vegetables and stuff, which of course took up an entire shelf in the fridge. Point of the story: they have hella food in the house.

    Yesterday, both of them had the day off and one wasnt feeling well so they both were hanging around the house. Great time to eat all this food they bought, right? NOPE. They ordered takeout.
    LOL! Too lazy to pour a bowl of cereal and wash the bowl afterward D:

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    Quote Originally Posted by sakura_girl View Post
    LOL! Too lazy to pour a bowl of cereal and wash the bowl afterward D:
    Oh they dont wash the bowl afterward, they get a new bowl every time. Tis why the dishwasher is ALWAYS FULL OF BOWLS!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaradel View Post
    Can you think of a good reason why a 12 year old girl would need to drink a Shakeology shake? Not trying to be snarky, I really am looking for an honest answer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Corvidae View Post
    Oh they dont wash the bowl afterward, they get a new bowl every time. Tis why the dishwasher is ALWAYS FULL OF BOWLS!
    Haven't you written of them before?always expired/wasted food in the fridge?
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    One of my best friends is always worried about her fat intake. Whatev...

    Anyway, today she told me that she avoids eggs because they're too high in fat.

    I couldn't help myself. "No! Eggs are AMAZING food! They're like perfect nutrition you can hold in the palm of your hand!"

    She replied. "Yes, but there's so much fat in the yolk. I just throw it away and eat the white."

    I told her to give me all of her egg yolks next time. So sad.
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    Recently posted on Facebook that I had been migraine free for 10-weeks (since starting this lifestyle)! I had them about weekly. Some fellow sufferers asked what I did, as they had them much more frequently. Knowing it was a bad idea to fully explain, I just said "I cut all grains and sugar and they stopped. Oh, and a minor change, I replaced all the CFL light bulbs in the apartment with LED ones."

    The reply: "That second suggestion sounds much easier to implement. Or at least much more pleasant. "

    OK, have fun with your migraines (takes industrial-size bottle of Excedrin out of purse and puts it in rarely-used corner of bathroom cabinet).

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    Quote Originally Posted by RitaRose View Post
    One of my best friends is always worried about her fat intake. Whatev...

    Anyway, today she told me that she avoids eggs because they're too high in fat.

    I couldn't help myself. "No! Eggs are AMAZING food! They're like perfect nutrition you can hold in the palm of your hand!"

    She replied. "Yes, but there's so much fat in the yolk. I just throw it away and eat the white."

    I told her to give me all of her egg yolks next time. So sad.

    Some of my friends, back in Southern California, have the same mentality. I'm sure they'll flip when I tell them how I got "leaner." I still remember having a friend of mine always going for the low fat; or fat free, options.

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