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Clydesdales/Athenas (200+ lb / 91+ kg) Looking to lose that spare tire? Ideal weight 200+? Frustrated being a large cyclist in a sport geared for the ultra-light? Learn about the bikes and parts that can take the abuse of a heavier cyclist, how to keep your body going while losing the weight, and get support from others who've been successful.

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Old 02-20-09, 03:38 PM   #1
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I AM SOOO Weak!

Somebody slap me!...After a good clip of eating well and dropping weight, I bought and ate a pack of Hostess Sno Balls! Sooo weak! Oh well, I didn't eat the Cupcakes, left them for Gina!

Slap me anyways cause I like it!
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Old 02-20-09, 03:52 PM   #2
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<Slap!!!> <Slap!!>

Weak is not really what comes to mind when I read most of your post. Just go ride the mountains a couple of times and you'll be okay.
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Old 02-20-09, 04:07 PM   #3
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<Slap!!!> <Slap!!>

Weak is not really what comes to mind when I read most of your post. Just go ride the mountains a couple of times and you'll be okay.

Thanks, I needed that!...You know that was the plan to go do a mtn ride, maybe 4k of climbing today. I get to bed at 3 or 4 am so the plan was for maybe 10 or 11 am but the people at work decided that I was the only inspector qualified to sign my name on a little piece of paper so I must report to work in 25 minutes... Wasn't enough time to get up, ride a few hours, eat rest and then return to work. Told you I was weak!

Today was the perfect day!
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Pfft. I ate a 4 piece (thighs) fried chicken dinner.
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How could you not eat the whole thing?

It can't be much more then a century worth of calories
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Old 02-20-09, 05:25 PM   #6
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Ahhhhhhhhh. The marshmellowy-coconut goodness.
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You are not alone. Today was my wife's birthday so I made her favorite chocolate mousse.
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Hm.

I should go get twinkies.
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Man... this thread is giving me the munchies and not a thing to much in the house!
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Everyone has there weakness, even when being so good on your diet.. Some people think having a cheat day is a good thing.. I personally have one cheat meal a week which seems to keep me on track.. My cheat meal is usually mexican food which I just love.. You end up looking forward to it and for me at least helps me stay on track..
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Wow. A Hostess Snoball. You. Crazy. Man. You.

*yawn*

Call me when you obliterate a pint of Haagen Daz Rocky Road ice cream while watching a Little House on The Prairie rerun. Extra points if you eat the ice cream while watching a Dr. Phil "Fat Camp" episode.

I had onion rings today. They were marvelous!
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Then there's that old saw about "My therapist told me I needed to finish some things. So when I got home I finished a bag of chips, a half gallon of chocolate ice cream, a cheesecake, and a bottle of wine."
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The absolute best junk food is without a doubt the yellow Zingers with icing. Yum! Of course, Peanut Butter Cups are good, too. And don't forget Product W. http://www.sheldonbrown.com/w.html
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I like to alphabetize my Product W.
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I have a real soft spot for pizza with baccon, red peppers, sun dried tomatos and feta cheese it's called a belly.
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What the hell is a Hostess Sno Ball?!!!
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One of my favorite bedtime snacks is a Hostess Ho-Ho, Glass of Milk and an Ambien. That way, I sleep right through the chocolate induced heartburn at 3 am
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What the hell is a Hostess Sno Ball?!!!
There is a half eaten picture above!

Wow, I thought this thread would get one reply then die! But you guys is some crazy peoples!
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Mmmm... Newman O's. I'm a sucker for those. Very hard to resist.
Oh, and Lindt 85% chocolate. Yuuuuum.
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+1 on the lindt 85%
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It's what people outside Philadelphia have to suffer instead of Tastykake.

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Yesterday I drove past a Polish bakery that sells soul satisfying freshly made donuts all day long. I purposely changed my commute so I would never go by (I mean, enter the bakery and buy 2).

I can still smell the still warm, just glazed donuts. Heavenly!
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