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Mosherette
Deck the Malls


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Black coffee with two sweeteners. It's only black because I've run out of milk. No breakfast for me today (usually it's two weetabix with semi skimmed milk); I'm off out for a pizza tonight and pizza on Weight Watchers means sacrificing breakfast and having a very small dinner. But it'll be worth it! Mmmm, pizza.

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Wolf333
I'll Be Home for After Christmas Sales


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Currently muching on a bag of Mike. It's cheese popcorn that tastes almost like Smartfood.

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Tabbymago
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Italian wedding soup and buttered toast. We did some manual labor at work today, so I'm surprisingly hungry.

-Tabby
the princess with claws

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Morgaine La Raq Star
The "Was on Sale" Song


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peanut butter crackers & sweetened iced tea. Very normal breakfast for me.

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I cannot live without books-Thomas Jefferson *~* A child educated only at school is an uneducated child - George Santayana
I'm going to pummel you with such zeal, Buddha will explode! *~* Never miss a good chance to shut up - Will Rogers

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Berry Well
The First USA Noel


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A double chocolate muffin and drinking a Diet Dr. Pepper. You know the diet drink cancels out the fat and calories from the muffin right? *grin*

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DarkDan
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I just ate a vanilla frosted donut, small blueberry muffin, and tater tots. No wonder I'm getting a belly.

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I'mNotDedalus
Happy Xmas (Warranty Is Over)


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My pride, which is, oddly enough, candy-coated.

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RangerDog
Happy Xmas (Warranty Is Over)


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This morning it's a chicken biscuit with Splenda sweet tea. And coffee. Last night I made spaghetti sauce with ground turkey, diced tomatoes, tomatoe paste, green peppers, onion, garlic, mushrooms, green olives, italian seasonings, and fresh basil. We had it over whole wheet penne. I will have leftovers of that for lunch. [Cool]

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Enjal
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About an hour ago I had coffee and a chocolate chunk biscotti. Thankfully lunch will be here soon - lobster roll!

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Hazed
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Burnt pizza from our local pizza place. I'm so happy they listened this time when I asked them to burn it. Last time I asked them too, it was practically raw.
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Lgreywolf
Deck the Malls


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Just finished a slice of leftover meatloaf. I used to never like food to eat that is normally served hot when it was cold. Now, I love cold meatloaf! I might just have another slice before bed.

Then again, I probably shouldn't. It's the Cape Codder I'm drinking that's making me crave salty or savory food. I must resist. [Razz]

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"Most Jewish holidays can be summed up very simply: They tried to kill us. We won. Let's eat." - my in-laws' Rabbi.

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tagurit
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Originally posted by Ryda Wong:
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Originally posted by Bach_girl:
Subway- turkey on wheat.

I am drinking some plain ice water too.

I know this is going to sound bizzare, but I love ice water. I think I got it from my dad, who carries around a mammoth jelly jar filled with ice water or ice tea at all times. And, with the ice cubes, you get the added benefit of something to chew on.

Ryda "Yup, I'm boring" Wong.

I always thought that if it was clear, and in a jelly jar it was moonshine...
No. If it's clear and in a mason jar, it's. Jelly jars are a completely different animal.

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ange84
We Wish You a Merry Giftmas


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I'm currently drinking cheap wine and just had some lemon and garlic prawn dip with a layer of avacado mayonaisse with some crackers.

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christmas tree kitapper
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Kaukauna Port Wine and Cheese spread and triscuits. And generic Dr Pepper.

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"I have never in my life been more disappointed by a politician I voted for than I have been with George Bush. He is a total liberal."- overheard by me on the shuttle to the U of A game on Nov. 11th.

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Vivling
Happy Holly Days


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breakfast: oatmeal with bran and yogurt mixed in, an apple, and a cup of coffee (organic beans, they taste the same).

I eat the exact same thing for breakfast everyday, although on weekdays I buy my coffee on the way to class.

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Cervus
Ding Dong! Merrily on High Definition TV


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Pretzels and Diet Cherry Vanilla Coke

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Won't somebody please think of the adults!

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Roadie
Little Sales Drummer Boy


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Homemade beef jerky. Yum!

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Christie
The Bills of St. Mary's


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A slice of fruitcake and a cup of tea. Mmmm-mmm-good.

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unklesamta
Deck the Malls


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A cup of coffee

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Ana Ng
Let There Be PCs on Earth


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Ben & Jerry's Half Baked. And a Djarum clove for dessert.

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Bach_girl
It Came Upon a Midnight Clearance


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A stick of gum- that is slowly losing its flavor...

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evilrabbit
Jingle Bell Hock


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Dinner tonight was lamb, potatoes, and green beans. Very good. And then dessert was The World's Saddest Angel Food Cake (cocoa flavor) with fresh whipped cream and strawberrys.

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eif
Jingle Bell Hock


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Sierra Nevada Celebration Ale - it's quite good.

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creative gal
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I've just eaten some toast and treated myself to a piece of stollen.

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And burn your bridges down..

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Jay Tea
The "Was on Sale" Song


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Humble pie - I made 5 bets this weekend and not a single winner [lol]

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Hans Off
Markdown, the Herald Angels Sing


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Oh do share? You didn't bet that England were going to lose again did you?

the shame!

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Jay Tea
The "Was on Sale" Song


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I did, i've been cleaning up with England so far this autumn, beat the spread against the All Blacks and predicted Argentina would win, but the Boks' loss cost me. Still, at full strength they would have stuffed England >grumble<

I also bet on Arsenal and Liverpool to both net 1-0 wins, Wayne Rooney to score three, and Ireland to beat Australia by 20. Had they all come off i'd be £500 better off but I guess I used up my week's luck in an altogether unrelated matter [Wink]

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Hans Off
Markdown, the Herald Angels Sing


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ohhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh how interesting!

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serarose
Deck the Malls


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Twizzlers. 3pm is a snack time for me

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The twelve shopping days 'til Christmas


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NFBSKin' lettuce-onion-carrot-cucumber-low-cal-feta-dressed salad, baby! (With a side of more cucumbers and some more feta greek dressing to dip it in). I'm gonna live 'til at least tomorrow!

Maple"and crack, lots of crack"Leaf

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guruwan2b
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Cheese and crackers, sweet pickles, chip and dip, let me see, a nut log, some cashews, pecan pie bar, summer sausages, coffee cake....

guru "junk-n-stuff day at work" wan2b

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frogpond
Jingle Sales


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Cheese and crackers, sweet pickles, chip and dip, let me see, a nut log, some cashews, pecan pie bar, summer sausages, coffee cake....

guru "junk-n-stuff day at work" wan2b

That sounds so good!

Since most people aren't here today the cafeteria will only have premade sandwiches. After next week all the work events and parties will start and we can all kiss our diets goodbye.

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guruwan2b
Ding Dong! Merrily on High Definition TV


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~~~guru passes frogpond a plate~~~~

guru "oh, I left out the deli tray, meats/cheese/ tomato/pickles" wan2b

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Too much of this navel gazing and we'll disappear up our own arses.
Danvers Carew

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frogpond
Jingle Sales


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quote:
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~~~guru passes frogpond a plate~~~~

guru "oh, I left out the deli tray, meats/cheese/ tomato/pickles" wan2b

I'm drooling! [Smile]

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