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Janeway
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Ramen noodles, mmmm.

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I just had an extremely tasty chicken breast topped with tomatoes, spinach, onions and feta cheese, in a sauce that I think was mostly garlic and white wine. Perhaps a touch of balsamic vinegar. We try to enjoy life to it's fullest at chez-fluff.
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Lance Toasty Crackers with peanut butter filling.
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Icon 1 posted October 21, 2002 14:12      Profile for Xanthine     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
Candied ginger. Fine tongue-tingling fun.

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And it's one, two, three / On the wrong side of the lee / What were you meant for? / What were you meant for?
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A tasty cerebellum.
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Icon 1 posted October 21, 2002 19:15      Profile for neotatsu     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
Nothing. Earlier I had a bit of nothing with a touch of pinapple juice for flavor. Earlier than that I had a big bowl of rice crispies(with milk). Later I plan to have a bit more of nothing with my movie, whilst drinking a slurpee.

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a keebler chips deluxe cookie
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Mom's home-baked pumpkin cookies. With candy jack O lantern faces on them. Gotta love mom's cooking when ya live off university cafeteria food.
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Icon 1 posted October 26, 2002 12:44      Profile for Tyler Durden     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
cheerios

-- Jack's breakfast at 3 PM

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that's it sir, you're leaving...the crackle of pig skin...the dust and the screaming...the yuppies networking
the panic...the vomit...the panic...the vomit
god loves his children...god loves his children...yeah

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I haven't eaten a single thing in...

/me checks my watch

...29 hours! Woo! [Smile]

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Icon 1 posted October 26, 2002 17:07      Profile for SpikeSpiegel     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
a steak, spaghetti, chicken and dumpling soup and some brownies

-Spikes after practice repast

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its been a while

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snickers bar
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quote:
Originally posted by ilovemydualg4:
snickers bar

Why wait? [Big Grin] [Razz]

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A Twinkie [Razz] .. No, seriously, a real Twinkie snack cake, they're pretty good, but I can think of somthing that tastes better [Wink]

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Oatmeal, apples, brown rice, textured vegetable protein, fresh vegetables from farmer's market: broccoli, bok choi, brussel sprouts, stuff like that.

Over and over and over again, until I lose another 3.264 pounds.

"Food is fuel"

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quote:
Originally posted by neotatsu:
A Twinkie [Razz] .. No, seriously, a real Twinkie snack cake, they're pretty good, but I can think of somthing that tastes better [Wink]

I have Twinkies, too, Bees! 3 are in snack cake form, and one's in pie form [Big Grin] ...

Oh, me? Oh, I'm chewing on some Super Bubble bubble gum... I had a couple of Rolo's earlier.

And Bees, if you dun eat when you come over, me mum and I say we're gonna force-feed you!!

But mainly me [Wink] [Razz] ...

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maypo instant maple style oatmeal, david rio's tiger spice chai (iced), 1/2 a bagel
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Nothing again... Wendy's gonna be mad a me again [Frown]

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Hot dogs, carrots and bananas. [blush]

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quote:
Originally posted by snupy:
Hot dogs, carrots and bananas. [blush]

Oh, really? What happened - you forget the cucumber again? [Wink]

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Cucumbers have to be sliced. Ouch. [Eek!]

EDIT: Apologies to the men here who are wincing right now. [Wink]

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milk and cookies

-- Jack's minimalist style

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that's it sir, you're leaving...the crackle of pig skin...the dust and the screaming...the yuppies networking
the panic...the vomit...the panic...the vomit
god loves his children...god loves his children...yeah

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If by 'eating' you mean 'put into stomach' I just had a large thermos of Cappucino. Mmm...cappucino...

-Oz

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Two personal deepdish pizzas, two pilsbury cresants(SP? I don't feel like digging the package out of the garbage right now), a bowl of white cheddar popcorn, a big glass of cherry juice, a can of pinapple juice, and a glass of eggnog [Big Grin] (since the last time I posted, not all at once, I'm not *that* fat)
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I recently imbibed a large quantity of Mountain Dew. I am now going to cook a large quantity of ravioli...

Between caffiene and pasta is... geekculture.

Seeming and Dreaming,
Coffee

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