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SUNDAY BREAKFAST
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Did you cook breakfast this morning? French toast maybe? Mmmmm.
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#2
Why yes, along with home fries, & sausages! Heat attack heaven! hah
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#3
Coffee (with cream, NOT milk).

I'm training for a marathon, so no breakfast for me.
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#4
Shouldn't that be the opposite? If you're in training you should be utilizing carb and protein energy in the am then burning it off with training, and nothing later than 5pm. That's how I always heard it from the sportos I've known.
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#5
Hardboiled egg/10oz. of V8/Multi-vitamin/Coffee

Fun eh?
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#6
Beans on toast, marmite on the toast.
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#7
Does a bowl of cereal and a glass of OJ count as cooking breakfast?
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#8
2 cups of coffee and some cold pork ribs, then went and worked on the vette today
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(08-05-2012, 02:54 PM)Donovan Wrote: Shouldn't that be the opposite? If you're in training you should be utilizing carb and protein energy in the am then burning it off with training, and nothing later than 5pm. That's how I always heard it from the sportos I've known.

Perhaps you're right.
Must rethink this training regime.
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#10
No no no. First you go buy a baby cow. Then you pick it up and put it down. Then, the next day, you pick it up and put it down. Do this everyday until you're lifting a full size cow everyday. It doesn't matter what you eat if you can throw a cow.
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#11
Isn't a baby cow a calf?
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#12
Judges...

The judges are saying that a baby cow is indeed a calf.

Point - OBK
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#13
Extra point if you also know it's veal.
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#14
I do but I don't admit it to myself.

My kids, on the other hand, will mix bit's of bbq'd chicken with scrambled eggs to make an omlet. Brutal.

What's next? Eat it in front of a live chicken?
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#15
Do I get points for knowing why it's both?
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#16
You murderous bastard.
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#17
(08-05-2012, 09:11 PM)Riotgear Wrote: I do but I don't admit it to myself.

My kids, on the other hand, will mix bit's of bbq'd chicken with scrambled eggs to make an omlet. Brutal.

What's next? Eat it in front of a live chicken?

The buffets in Las Vegas dump their leftovers into large, heavy duty plastic bags and local pig farmers purchase it by the pound as feed.

Think about it: Some pig is possibly eating ham omelet leftovers.
Forcing livestock to consume their own kind is the worse type of cannibalism.
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#18
Yeah but ham is delicious. It's a moral grey area.
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#19
Ever eat gray ham?

"Fifty Shades of Pork"

Not attractive, and certainly, not recommended.
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#20
We're perilously close to Dr. Seuss.
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