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22 minutes ago, StefanAVFC said:

If I'm honest, I don't understand these different diets.

Eat less, do more. It worked for me.

you don't have to eat less, you have to eat less shit* and I found the big easy thing for me was the timing of eating too, paired the diet with intermittent fasting

* that's what I mean about cost, eating another bit of chicken rather than a bit of bread soon adds up

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Keto has worked for me. 25kg down now. Although on Wednesday night I got spannered and obliterated a large big mac meal with an apple pie. So, I had one meal yesterday and today I haven't eaten anything since. I'll probably have a bowl of yoghurt and flaxseed for lunch and some babybel and sausage for dinner. 

I do all this so I can see my penis without a mirror.

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2 hours ago, maqroll said:

A late night snack of cured chorizo, manchego cheese and Kalamata olives. Washed back with a pumpkin cider I didn't think I'd like this much. 

Some would say a little bit of membrillo would go very well with that.

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One of the most authentic and sophisticated tasting chocolates on the market, a square of Lindt Excellence Touch of Sea Salt. 

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33 minutes ago, useless said:

One of the most authentic and sophisticated tasting chocolates on the market, a square of Lindt Excellence Touch of Sea Salt. 

Goes down a treat.

I have a bad habit of finishing off the entire block, even when I've not been the one to purchase it!

I'm about to have vanilla boysenberry swirl ice cream in a waffle cone.

Nothing like a good and healthy meal on game day of a quarter final 😀

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Pussy.

 

Damn that auto-correct, I mean Curry.

 

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49 minutes ago, rjw63 said:

Pussy.

 

Damn that auto-correct, I mean Curry.

 

😉

get out gtfo GIF

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Took my friend I used to work with to the new Talbot to cheer him up after a bereavement early last week. 

 

Large grill did the job, fish pakora there is awesome. 

 

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11 hours ago, NurembergVillan said:

Fish pakora?

I might have to make some of them now...

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On 04/09/2019 at 18:38, AVFCDAN said:

I’m only planning to do it for around 3 weeks would it be fair to expect at least an 8-10 pound weight loss?

I lost 2st in 8 weeks on it. No exercise, just the diet. 

I had a ‘night off’ on Friday and monstered a load of crisps, chocolate and proper coca-cola. 

I felt absolutely awful yesterday as a result. Bloated, bad indigestion and bad guts. I felt worse the day after that than I did after a 12 hour bender at the cricket a few weeks earlier. 

 

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On 15/09/2019 at 11:10, wazzap24 said:

I lost 2st in 8 weeks on it. No exercise, just the diet. 

I had a ‘night off’ on Friday and monstered a load of crisps, chocolate and proper coca-cola. 

I felt absolutely awful yesterday as a result. Bloated, bad indigestion and bad guts. I felt worse the day after that than I did after a 12 hour bender at the cricket a few weeks earlier. 

 

 

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My near addiction to this product hasn't been helped now i noticed that Costco sell a 3 jar pack for about the price of 2 supermarket jars 😧

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Jalapeno-infused bacon, bibb lettuce, heirloom tomato, avocado on toasted ciabatta roll with Japanese mayo.

Washed back with a snifter of local hard cider.

 

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Sounded great until you mentioned cider! 

9 hours ago, maqroll said:

Jalapeno-infused bacon, bibb lettuce, heirloom tomato, avocado on toasted ciabatta roll with Japanese mayo.

Washed back with a snifter of local hard cider.

 

 

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On 22/09/2019 at 04:10, theboyangel said:

Sounded great until you mentioned cider! 

 

Have you ever tried authentic Maine hard cider?

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2 hours ago, maqroll said:

Have you ever tried authentic Maine hard cider?

To be fair, no. 

the only cider I find remotely palatable is an old flat cloudy cider and even then I'm no fan. 

cannot stand the brand's like  magners etc, they're all too sweet, fizzy and acidic. I'm just not a cider fan. 

Guinness and other stouts/porters are more to my liking. 

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Christmas food is here!! Stollen tonight, lebkuchen and spekulatius 

Also found out that the haribo factory here does a deal on the 12th October where you exchange conkers for sweets gram for gram So that's going to be a bad day

They currently have a limited edition cola flavour color rado (their liquorice allsorts) which is the bollocks 

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I'm on holiday. The hotel is brilliant but the dinner menu has been translated by someone with no knowledge of English. 

Today I ordered "Sheep Paws" which I correctly guessed was Leg of Lamb.  This was accompanied by "Some Vegetable" which surprisingly was garlic mushrooms.  For dessert I ordered "Snail Milk" purely to satisfy my curiosity.  It was a cinnamon whirl pastry with cream. 

 

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Fine dining yesterday evening at an Earl’s Court back street Indian place.

I’d walked passed it and noticed it was full of Indian / Asian looking punters and took that as a nonchalantly racist recommendation.

Was not disappointed the whole experience was like immersive theatre where someone was trying to recreate Fawlty Towers but with an Indian menu.

No idea what I had, what I ordered didn’t turn up. Somehow they managed to think I’d just ordered a plate of plain rice. I sat there a while before asking where my tandoori chicken might be and they said it was my fault for not speaking clearly.

Anyway, eventually something that was basically lamb curry turned up and I decided I’d just eat that. Then when I was nearly finished some sort of spiced potato turned up and then something else that might have been just spiced mixed vegetables. All of it truly lovely.

Got chatting to them and they were either authentic home cooked Bangladeshi, or authentic home cooked Punjabi. They had a bit of an argument over that.

£15 absolute feast, love to know what they based the bill on but strangely, I will go back. But I’ll skip drinking ‘Supermalt’, that was below optimal.

Their parting shot as I was leaving ‘goodbye and next time don’t forget to speak up and speak clearly, see you soon’.

 

 

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