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01/22/2007 09:24:38 AM · #26

I'm about to have plain oatmeal and water. Partially because it's good for me and partially because I have the digestive tract of a 90 year old man. If I ate the stuff that guys were all eating I would spend every day in the bathroom. Which is probably a blessing.

11am here.
01/22/2007 09:26:15 AM · #27
lol where its 9:30 am here in NYC, and I just had some Cap-N-Crunch and coffee....
01/22/2007 09:27:57 AM · #28
15h23 here and I had a large bowl of chocolate milk (nesquick+milk)+ cereals for breakfast and some camembert + some home made veggies sauce (also known as "zacusca" in romanian) + bread (of course) for lunch

I am surely gonna have some hot chocolate later this afternoon and of course DINNER ...I'm gonna be hungry :)

Message edited by author 2007-01-22 09:28:57.
01/22/2007 09:29:04 AM · #29
No breakfast ... Ham and Gouda cheese sammich on a sesame keiser bun for lunch ... two beer ... just finished 6 kiwis (the fruit not the peoples) for afternoon snack ... and I will be making my famous Spaghetti Bolognaise a la Greetmir with everything but the kitchen sink in it for dinner.

Edit to say ... the kiwis were on sale in a LARGE quantity for a VERY low price and they were not over ripe so the wife and I could NOT resist.

Message edited by author 2007-01-22 09:30:49.
01/22/2007 09:30:30 AM · #30
I had a feeling you're from Belgium....the famous "spaghetti bolognaise" gave you away...looool...U guys really love that stuff

Originally posted by Greetmir:

No breakfast ... Ham and Gouda cheese sammich on a sesame keiser for lunch ... two beer ... just finished 6 kiwis (the fruit not the peoples) for afternoon snack ... and I will be making my famous Spaghetti Bolognaise a la Greetmir with everything but the kitchen sink in it for dinner.

01/22/2007 09:31:03 AM · #31
my poor intolerant belly turned when I read all this!

01/22/2007 09:32:40 AM · #32
Actually I am a Canadian living in Belgium for like almost 8 years now ... but I have cooked 95% of the meals in this house for that time. We get more fancy and more comfort food but tonight ... that is what it shall be.
01/22/2007 09:34:31 AM · #33
Originally posted by anotherday:

I had a feeling you're from Belgium....the famous "spaghetti bolognaise" gave you away...looool...U guys really love that stuff


... and I find that rather pigeon-holing prejudiced, actually.

Please tell me what neighbourhood that you live in so I can judge what "you people" are like and do (no matter where you come from) just because you live in a certain place.

Message edited by author 2007-01-22 09:36:23.
01/22/2007 09:40:33 AM · #34
Oh, I'm sorry, I didn't mean to hurt your feelings ... I was just trying to say that I found myself amused by the fact that I read your post and said to myself "this sounds like one of my belgian friends" (she does the spaghetti bolognaise when she has no time to do smth more elaborate)...and then checked your page and saw you were from Belgium. I found that funny, but it was certainly not intended to be "pigeon-holding prejudiced"

Originally posted by Greetmir:

Originally posted by anotherday:

I had a feeling you're from Belgium....the famous "spaghetti bolognaise" gave you away...looool...U guys really love that stuff


... and I find that rather pigeon-holing prejudiced, actually.

01/22/2007 09:43:47 AM · #35
It's 9:37am here, & if there isn't something in my stomach by 10 you will here about it on CNN - "A college employee here has gone into a hunger induced rage, leading him to eat his entire computer in only 4 bites..."

Maybe I should go find something to eat (excuse me miss, is that a tube of vanilla flavored Chapstick?) ;) Bacon and cheese omelette, here I come!

01/22/2007 09:47:02 AM · #36
Time: 9:46am

I ate a banana soon after I woke up (around 7am) so that I could take my morning drugs.

And I'm sitting here now with a bowl of instant grits.

Mornin', y'all :)
01/22/2007 09:48:05 AM · #37
key lime low fat yogurt
20 oz of water (so far)
helping of baby carrots

01/22/2007 09:52:25 AM · #38
7:50 - I just got to work after my morning workout.

Had some oatmeal with dried blueberries.
01/22/2007 10:02:59 AM · #39
Originally posted by anotherday:

Oh, I'm sorry, I didn't mean to hurt your feelings ... I was just trying to say that I found myself amused by the fact that I read your post and said to myself "this sounds like one of my belgian friends" (she does the spaghetti bolognaise when she has no time to do smth more elaborate)...and then checked your page and saw you were from Belgium. I found that funny, but it was certainly not intended to be "pigeon-holding prejudiced"

Originally posted by Greetmir:

Originally posted by anotherday:

I had a feeling you're from Belgium....the famous "spaghetti bolognaise" gave you away...looool...U guys really love that stuff


... and I find that rather pigeon-holing prejudiced, actually.


Ok ... sorry ... I just always get the hairs standing up on the back of my neck when ppl say "you guys" are like this and that and "ppl like you always ... "when they don't know me. You may wish to reconsider telling people that you think something about about them because of where they are from or where they are at or ... you get the picture ... because you will hurt feelings if not incite anger.

I am not very upset ... just passing on to you that someone else MIGHT be with comments like that. I did not mean to make a huge issue of this but I think it is important that I just didn't let it slide. I hope you understand. You see ... you did NOT know I am from Belgium because I am not.
01/22/2007 10:08:40 AM · #40
everyones food sounds so interesting (compared to my Nutella on toast anyway!).
I think tomorrow everyone should take a photo of their breakfast (or lunch) and post it so that we can all see.
Pajamas and all!!!!
01/22/2007 10:17:36 AM · #41
Originally posted by UNCLEBRO:

everyones food sounds so interesting (compared to my Nutella on toast anyway!).
I think tomorrow everyone should take a photo of their breakfast (or lunch) and post it so that we can all see.
Pajamas and all!!!!


Who puts pajamas on their breakfast before they eat it?
01/22/2007 10:18:03 AM · #42
Originally posted by UNCLEBRO:

I just had another piece of Nutella on toast!!!

I was sick all weekend and over the two days I only had one piece of toast and 1/4 bowl of chicken soup.
So I was very pleased when I woke up hungry this morning!


Been sick eh? What kind of sick? Maybe you are the one who gave me the stomach flu? I had IHOP pancakes yesterday with Strawberry syrup. Was the best think I've ever eaten.

Well, it's 9:15 today, and I've not eaten anything. Water sounds good though, since I havene't been able to drink it for the past two days.
01/22/2007 10:47:12 AM · #43
I just had the driest bacon, egg and cheese biscuit in the history of food. Took two gallons of coke to get it down.
01/22/2007 10:48:16 AM · #44
Coffee
01/22/2007 10:48:17 AM · #45
Originally posted by UNCLEBRO:

everyones food sounds so interesting (compared to my Nutella on toast anyway!).
I think tomorrow everyone should take a photo of their breakfast (or lunch) and post it so that we can all see.
Pajamas and all!!!!


Ummm... uh... what if I don't wear pajamas. Know what I mean?
01/22/2007 10:50:52 AM · #46
ravioli con salmone + parmeggiano :P
01/22/2007 10:58:53 AM · #47
Working on my 3rd cup of coffee .. decaf
01/22/2007 10:59:17 AM · #48
Almost 11:00 am here.

I've eaten a slice of whole wheat toast, buttered, a thin slice of back-bacon and a fried egg. Two cups of coffee...a big glass of water. That was at 6:30...so I'm looking forward to lunch!

01/22/2007 11:34:26 AM · #49
It's 9:30 AM. I've had coffee with whole milk, a piece of Ezekiel bread with organic peanut butter and a peach.

It's a great idea to take photos of our breakfast tomorrow and to post it here!
01/22/2007 11:54:01 AM · #50
10:45 AM
1 "Luna Bar"
"Whole nutrition for women" 9g protein, 3g fiber, low glycemic, High in calcium & folic acid, rich in antioxidants. "A portion of proceeds...breast cancer research."

No. I don't care about that very much. It tastes like a breakfast cookie.

2 cups of coffee.

My breakfast goal: dirty no dishes!
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