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Old 10-06-06, 06:53 PM   #1
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What are your guilty food pleasures?

Everyone's got things that they crave from time to time. You know you shouldn't eat/drink them but you do. Sometimes to excess, because you just love them.

Here's a few of mine, what are yours?

Pepsi - The one and only cola. I drink three of them tonight. Caffeine Buuuuuzzzz!!!!!!! How I love thee Pepsi!!!
Pizza - If it was never imvented...I'd not have the extra 10 or 12lbs. I'm always trying to get rid of.
Sushi - Love it...Love it..Love it. Wish it weren't so hard to find a good sushi bar and it cost less.
Chocolate Chip Cookies - Soft, gooie and ummm, ummm, umm delicious
Chocolate - Sweet delicious chocolate. With real coco in it.
Reese Cups - Chocolatey goodness surrounding moist peanut butter. Yumm!
Pie - Blueberry, Cherry, Chocolate Cream, Peach, Apple...I love pie!
Almost any sub from Quiznos.
Ben & Jerry's Cherrie Garcia Ice Cream

Good thing I don't eat this stuff very often...I'd be big as a house!!
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Old 10-06-06, 06:56 PM   #2
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chocolate, pepsi, popcorn, pizza, BK, KFC, honey bufalo tenders, cakes, pies, cookies, FF's, potato skins, nachos, fried chicken,garlic bread, brown sugar on pancakes.
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Winghouse Buffalo Wings. Nice crispy breading, and a good sauce.

Mountain Dew: Caffeine citrusy yumyum

Lasagna: Cheese, pasta, and meat....perfection incarnate

Salt & Vinegar potato chips

Good Beer
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chocolate, pepsi, popcorn, pizza, BK, KFC, honey bufalo tenders, cakes, pies, cookies, FF's, potato skins, nachos, fried chicken,garlic bread, brown sugar on pancakes.
You have a serious sweet tooth!
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Old 10-06-06, 08:32 PM   #5
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popcorn,pizza,cake,cookies,pork grinds,chips,sprite,powerade,fried chicken,garlic bread, borsche(russian soup), chicken noodle soup, KFC,bbq wings
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Old 10-06-06, 08:34 PM   #6
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Just pizza and coke/pepsi. Pizza is just too easy to come by, and it's so good, I probably average a little more than a slice a week, meaning I gorge myself once a month. I've nearly given up soda, just a can or two every other week. Other junk foods I just won't buy, not only cause they're bad for you, but I feel like I'm wasting money. Yeah, I'm so friggin cheap it keeps the fat off.
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chips and queso
bean/cheez/chicken burrito
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Old 10-06-06, 08:43 PM   #8
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BDG's list sounds about right to me. I used to eat like her. With the help of some SoCal BikeForums people, I'm trying to eat a bit healthier now.
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I gotta put this thread on ignore...too dangerous.
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Old 10-06-06, 08:50 PM   #10
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Sushi, although I dont really consider it guilty, I consider the amount I eat guilty, but the sushi is fine.

Pizza also makes the world go round and round and round and oooooo is that a steak pizza!

also the pancakes at the diner I work at....Its hard to really explain it because I dont think anyone on this board has been there...Put it this way: its about 3/4 of an inch to and inch in thickness, and about 10 inches in diameter...Plus the fresh fruit special we have...MY MOUTH IS WATERING RIGHT NOW
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Coke, donuts, chips, pizza, gummy bears/worms/etc, mountain dew, french fries.
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Dam! Good thing I don;t have anything in the house right now that's junk food. This thread is making me hungry. 90% of the time I eat healthy. 5% is so-so and the other 5% is the stuff I listed...in excess!! LOL
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I am enjoying a double chocolate stout right now. It is good stuff!

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Fritos dipped in Marshmallow Fluff.

Don't knock it 'til you try it.
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Spam, spam, spam, eggs & spam!
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Living in France, pastry stops during almost every ride. A pastry stop is some much more tasty compared to a power bar. Also, creme brulee. And the cherry beer from Belgium.
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Mmmmm, I forgot about Iambic Ales, much love for the delicious yummy beer.
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Sounds weird...but breakfast cereals.

I always eat too much cold cereal / milk if I have it in my house. It's no problem at all for me to kill a whole box of Cheerios, Frosted Mini-Wheats, Kashi, or just about anything else in the span of an afternoon.

Therefore, I don't keep any cold cereals around, and eat oatmeal or rice for breakfast.
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I am enjoying a double chocolate stout right now. It is good stuff!

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Yep, i also was having a piece of chocolate cake while reading this...hehe
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i have a donut fetish
ever had a donut that was just made like not even two minutes ago?

Thats where the fetish is at...My old nanny's parents own three honey dews, and she would take me over to the big store where its all made, and one day I was able to get a FRESH blueberry donut that literally was just frosted and was like steaming...I almost passed out it was so incredible.
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