Frank Trigg's Thanksgiving Diet Tips

Discussion in 'Dieting / Supplement Discussion' started by JMart, Nov 24, 2005.

  1. JMart

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    Franks dad via RNC
     
  3. LCDforMe

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    Well, Thanksgiving is basically over...

    For the bad things:

    I ate stuffing with whole wheat bread instead of the white bread (does anybody know what is in stuffing that is bad?)
    Gravy
    2 Scoops No Sugar Added vanilla ice cream
    2 of these weird foregin bread jelly filled things (don't know what's in them but I know it's bad)
    and last, a shit load of mashed potatoes.

    looking back on it, not that bad, but I know I could have gone without the weird foreign things and same with the potatoes.

    I hate this, I need to workout extra hard the next few days.
     
  4. Urban

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    The holidays are GFH season, not "try to eat healthy" season. This is no time to concern yourself with a diet. Get in there and eat as much as you fuckin can!
     
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    hahahahaha. amazing.
     
  6. Madmick

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    Exactly what I was thinking.

    Dieting on Thanksgiving? You guys are fucking PUSSIES.
     
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    Absolutely. Do you see any cards in the next two weeks? Why do you think that is? The next events are around NYE for a reason, everybody gets off on Thanksgiving.
     
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    I didn't diet nor did I eat healthy. I was kind of in the middle...a semi-pussy.
     
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    The closest I came to dieting yesterday was when I decided this year I'd use the ladle to pour my gravy.
     
  10. LCDforMe

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    lol, I respect that.
     
  11. sir037

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    I still keep putting off trying a deep-fried turkey. Maybe next year.
     
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    just a off the wall question why do you americans celebrate thanksgiving
     
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    from what i remember back in 1st grade.. i think it's when the native americans and pilgrims had a potluck dinner and gave thanks to the natives for helpin them out and lettin them chill on their land..

    i think we celebrate it as a way of repaying the natives after we took their land.. :icon_sad:
     

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