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    CW moment of the day: My MIL made chocolate pudding and whipped cream for dessert. She handed me the box (clue one), saying she wasn't sure if I could eat it. I study the box and say "nope!" I then grab a banana, chop it up, throw some homemade whipped cream on top, and eat that.
    "Wow, I think that actually looks better than the pudding! Have you done that before?" she says, watching me.
    "Nope. It sounded good though."
    "I think I'll have some, too!"
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    Quote Originally Posted by RichMahogany View Post
    You see not allowing a rhetorical, non-existent rooster into a henhouse as tantamount to abortion? Or just eating the unfertilized eggs from the chickens who weren't impregnated by the non-existent rooster?
    Absolutely not!
    Eating a fertilized egg, maybe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RichMahogany View Post
    You see not allowing a rhetorical, non-existent rooster into a henhouse as tantamount to abortion? Or just eating the unfertilized eggs from the chickens who weren't impregnated by the non-existent rooster?
    Conning from a catholic background, following that logic would equate abstinence to abortion. Although, my priest did tell all the married couples to "mate like rabbits."

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    Quote Originally Posted by bloodorchid View Post
    can you find fertilized eggs and eat them and let me know if it's normal for them to taste bad?

    i got one a few years back and it was pretty bad
    They taste like normal eggs, no difference. Maybe they were just bad eggs?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cantare View Post
    Today's CW report comes to you live from the aisles of Whole Foods, where a man just rolled by me with a metric assload of cookies, bread, crackers, pasta, muffins...aaaand a hardcover copy of Wheat Belly right on top.

    Maybe he thinks it's a whole grain cookbook?

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    I don't watch TV, really, but I caught some the other night... The food commercials are ridiculous!

    Just replace one snack a week with yoplait!

    Replacing 1/5 your cookies/potato chip/cheez doodle/M&M/ice cream sammich with some super-sugary processed yogurt? Yeah, sounds like a miraculous improvement. *headdesk*

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    This might be more for the "grocery shop carts" thread, but that isn't as active as this one.

    My Economics teacher always says that whenever he sees overweight or obese people in the grocery store, he always checks if they have fat-free or low-fat chips/crisps. He always scoffed at that during class. "If you want to lose weight, then just don't eat all the crap! Eat healthy! Just stop eating the chips, the fries, the hamburgers!!" etc.

    I saw a very obese person (like more obese than The Biggest Loser contestants are...) in the grocery store... His cart:
    Veggies, veggies, veggies, salad, whole grain bread, brown bread, deli meat, cheese, bottled sparkling water, fruit, fruit, a couple of sauces.

    No fat-free/low-fat "I-want-dessert-for-breakfast" sweet yoghurts, no chips/crisps anywhere, no pasta, no cereals, etc.

    I felt so sorry for him. Just toss the bread and maybe the deli meat and sauces - but even if you would keep that it still wouldn't be so bad, and you're set. But I just kept my mouth shut, because he's trying so hard to eat the "good" stuff, and then an 18 year old girl would tell him to "just eat all the fat you want, as long as it's from a good source, oh and toss the 'healthy' bread, because everyone who's ever given you diet advice is WRONG!!!"

    He'd probably think I was mocking him, anyway.
    "Bread-Bread-Dinner
    It ain't makin' me any thinner
    I eat a sandwich for break-fast
    And then I have a sugar blast!
    I eat toasted bread for lunch
    And enjoy my mid-day crunch!
    At dinner I eat pasta
    And end my day with a sugar disasta!"

    From the How am I not starving??? thread. Enjoy the read.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Introvert_Huntress View Post
    This might be more for the "grocery shop carts" thread, but that isn't as active as this one.

    My Economics teacher always says that whenever he sees overweight or obese people in the grocery store, he always checks if they have fat-free or low-fat chips/crisps. He always scoffed at that during class. "If you want to lose weight, then just don't eat all the crap! Eat healthy! Just stop eating the chips, the fries, the hamburgers!!" etc.

    I saw a very obese person (like more obese than The Biggest Loser contestants are...) in the grocery store... His cart:
    Veggies, veggies, veggies, salad, whole grain bread, brown bread, deli meat, cheese, bottled sparkling water, fruit, fruit, a couple of sauces.

    No fat-free/low-fat "I-want-dessert-for-breakfast" sweet yoghurts, no chips/crisps anywhere, no pasta, no cereals, etc.

    I felt so sorry for him. Just toss the bread and maybe the deli meat and sauces - but even if you would keep that it still wouldn't be so bad, and you're set. But I just kept my mouth shut, because he's trying so hard to eat the "good" stuff, and then an 18 year old girl would tell him to "just eat all the fat you want, as long as it's from a good source, oh and toss the 'healthy' bread, because everyone who's ever given you diet advice is WRONG!!!"

    He'd probably think I was mocking him, anyway.
    This us wat we all miss when we find someone possessing "healthy" foods. Nt bec hes obese then it means he ate that stuff and became obese ....for all we know he either lost weight with them already or he is most probably ganna lose weight with them after that day....... those obese people became obese bec they ate TONS "literally" of food

    ...no matter wat they eat they will drop the weight if they cut out say for instance the regular box of pizza that is equal upto 3000 calories soo we should really stoo judging ..... im nt coming out on u , we ALL fall target to this I guess its in our mind bt we SHOULD be aware of it though to remind ourselves

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    Funny CW moments

    Most of the obese/fat people I know don't buy groceries at all. I do see pics after pics of "food porn" posted on their Facebook though. Just today I saw chocolate bread pudding, cheese fries and mochi ice cream from the same girl on the same night. She does this every day.

    She also says she wants to stop eating when she sees models being thin and I bite my lip because I want to tell her, "don't stop eating; stop eating junk." I wish she would do as the obese person above does and eat whole grains/veggies or eat primal or eat whatever. Just cut the junk food. No one needs 2 desserts for one "dinner" of cheese fries.

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    Quote Originally Posted by egyption grok View Post
    This us wat we all miss when we find someone possessing "healthy" foods. Nt bec hes obese then it means he ate that stuff and became obese ....for all we know he either lost weight with them already or he is most probably ganna lose weight with them after that day....... those obese people became obese bec they ate TONS "literally" of food

    ...no matter wat they eat they will drop the weight if they cut out say for instance the regular box of pizza that is equal upto 3000 calories soo we should really stoo judging ..... im nt coming out on u , we ALL fall target to this I guess its in our mind bt we SHOULD be aware of it though to remind ourselves

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    Fair point. But there are also tons and tons of stories on here about people who were eating CW-healthy.. they might have been just above their goal weight, or on their goal weight, and do all the right things and still gain weight, or high cholesterol, or other health problems.

    It wouldn't surprise me if that man would be one of them one day, or if his friends one day tell him: "Come on, have a pizza with us, you've lost so much weight, you can handle it!"

    The same when someone offers me a muffin or some kind of candy and I decline politely. They always give me a once-over and then tell me: "You can take it, you're skinny."
    I want to tell them: "And how do you think I stay skinny?"

    GAH, "skinny" doesn't sound like a word anymore after you've written it down a couple of times! I actually Googled it, to make sure it was the right word!
    "Bread-Bread-Dinner
    It ain't makin' me any thinner
    I eat a sandwich for break-fast
    And then I have a sugar blast!
    I eat toasted bread for lunch
    And enjoy my mid-day crunch!
    At dinner I eat pasta
    And end my day with a sugar disasta!"

    From the How am I not starving??? thread. Enjoy the read.

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