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the big long ones, in one sitting?
made a super size baguetter with it, 2 of us ate it, took an hour + each.
along with a whole bbq chicken and a potato salad. all in one sitting.
what a freak.
also, he's really skinny.
I am the king of bread eating
my party tomorrow night! this very friend is flying in from jersey for the occasion.
and I'd be worried about mixing with alcohol, but possibly.
Cut in half for a massive lunch sandwich, then decide I can't not eat the other half and pig out then lie down moaning about my hideously distended stomach.
I also do this with quiche, pie, and Pringles.
thinking 'i'm only gonna have a bit', next thing I knew the whole thing was gone
I do. In fact, I like to eat for free from the deli counter in supermarkets - just waltzing around the shop whilst brazenly eating an onion bhaji or somesuch fattening, delicious thing.
Sticking to the man good and proper.
but most of last year this was my lunch about 3 days a week, along with some fruit. Rarely had any filling.
says sarah, having just eaten two pieces of plain bread... but my soup had run out and i was still hungry.
it was more of a money saving measure.
Overflowing with Nutella.
Nutella is a beautiful, beautiful thing.
I just associate it with German exchange students with rucksacks on both shoulders and t-shirts with rubbish slogans.
I also don't really like hazelnuts.
That's the true beauty of it!
is far supririor to nutella. its a shame they dont do it in england :'(
i wouldnt be suprised if theyve been shipping it out in different guises.
lots of times. stuffed with tins of tuna.
that makes me 100% boke.
i call it the lords fish.
the worst thing is when my flatmate leaves tins of the stuff around the kitchen. I pretty much start vomiting right there and then.
Warm 'em up and slap some cheese in them. Nice.
you should up the stakes, by say factor 10.
has anyone ever eaten a whole hog roast?
and roasted their own pigeon?
if you get a good one and it is well cooked. Not as good as pheasant though
I'm on a soup and green tea detox.
No alcohol, no smokes, no bread :(
I also eat whole loaves of tiger bread that's been made into one big sandwich.
I also like to take photos of myself eating these sandwiches for later enjoyment. http://photos-b.ak.facebook.com/photos-ak-sf2p/v77/213/34/1611120014/n1611120014_2337_9451.jpg
I might have worms.