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Old 02-05-2013, 10:17 PM   #303141
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Not if I wanna catch Kyle anytime soon.

I need a way to eat a 3500 calorie deficit like he's doing
What's the real gonna be?

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Old 02-05-2013, 10:17 PM   #303142
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Old 02-05-2013, 10:19 PM   #303143
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No French toast, which is the creme de la creme of French cuisine, btw.
No omelettes.
No French vanilla ice cream and creme brulee for dessert.

Le faille.
You know how I know you're an american? When you give a list like that of "french food."
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That's pretty lofty praise for French toast. I think there are more decidedly French dishes as far as shape, colour, taste, texture, and aroma.

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Who else but the French would take something as simple as toast - a slice of bread to which heat is applied - and turn it into a gourmet dish flavoured with eggs, vanilla, sugar, cinnamon, etc.
French. Freaking. Toast.
So decidedly, unequivocally French it makes my teeth hurt.
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uwotm8?

and it's www.myfitnesspal.com
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lol @ the notes.
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You know how I know you're an american? When you give a list like that of "french food."
I thought it was because of my pickup truck.
Or because of the way I keep my tongue in my cheek when I speak.
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I find it hard to believe you eat that little. That's like on the level that I eat. Don't you get super hungry around dinner time?
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You're SO fvcking hungry right now.

You should hit up In n Out.
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I find it hard to believe you eat that little. That's like on the level that I eat. Don't you get super hungry around dinner time?
I'm not seeing any results, drastic measures are required.

And thanks for the support
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Now I want milk and French toast.
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I thought it was because of my pickup truck.
Or because of the way I keep my tongue in my cheek when I speak.
For me, it's mostly the way Albeee keeps his tongue in your cheek when you speak.
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Who else but the French would take something as simple as toast - a slice of bread to which heat is applied - and turn it into a gourmet dish flavoured with eggs, vanilla, sugar, cinnamon, etc.
French. Freaking. Toast.
So decidedly, unequivocally French it makes my teeth hurt.
You could reduce that idea down even further to just bread. How it is made and priced is controlled by the government. So no, French toast isn't the Frenchiest dish of all. I would even go so far to say that they share the idea of turning something so simple into an art form with Japanese cuisine.

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