Ok... time for a laugh and for confession!

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Champers9

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Posted: 15 Mar 2013, 14:33
I hereby confess to 'licking the plate' cos Ive counted the calories and Im gonna have them

Bad Grin

I also confess to boring anyone, anywhere, with or without handcuffs and a gag, with nutritional information I am SURE, absolutely positive they want to know Embarassed

Is it just me or anyone else out there got a 'confession'???????
Hoser

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Posted: 15 Mar 2013, 14:42
I judge people who eat primarily processed food. Harshly.
ClassicRocke...

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Posted: 15 Mar 2013, 14:47
Champ... my smile for the day. Thank you.

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mrspackrat

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Posted: 15 Mar 2013, 15:07
Just the other day I thought of licking the plate just for that reason!! LOL

I sometimes don't count the junk I eat (like today I had heaping spoonful of Nutella with a boatload of marshmellows but didn't put it in my food diary--like somehow you people are going to scold me because I always post in the forums that we should never eating that junk! Sad Do as I say, not as I do Smile
Champers9

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Posted: 15 Mar 2013, 15:16
You ate WHAT!!!! Bad girlEvil or Very Mad ....... rolls around floor laughing.............

Oh dear......... I just wondered how many calories that burnt Rolling Eyes Very Happy
blueniamh

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Posted: 15 Mar 2013, 23:55
Now, come on people...licking the plate clean is just common sense (ok, as long as you aren't at the family dinner table) Razz Laughing.

I confess to putting fly spray on any left over junk food I throw in the bin (<- and I'm sure I'm not the only one who has to do that).
riocaz

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Posted: 16 Mar 2013, 05:01
I've done that more than once. Though never at the dinner table...

42" jeans(25/01/2013) 40"(28/02/2013) 38"(20/03/2013) 36"(25/05/2013)
Down from 60" waist jeans since June 21st 2012.

Still keeping to my 26" jeans, but they are too tight for comfort. too many tasty things in the US, and over Xmas.

Onwards and Downwards! Smile
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milky milky...

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Posted: 16 Mar 2013, 07:40
hehe That's funny!!! Laughing

... I was being helpful washing the dishes
Embarassed I swear
ClassicRocke...

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Posted: 17 Mar 2013, 14:00
Okay... a confession involving the dishes. We put a plate on the floor for our pooch to lick off and kid that she's doing the dishes and all we have to do is put it back in the cupboard. Hoping I didn't overly gross out anyone about the dog.

***It just means being more independent and not allowing your happiness to be dependent on someone else's demanding and contentious attitudes and actions.***

Wisdom from a friend


I am willing to release the need to be unworthy. I am worthy of the very best in life and I now lovingly allow myself to accept it.
Hoser

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Posted: 21 Mar 2013, 12:56
Here's your argument against licking the plate. The calories that you counted and didn't consume (e.g. the ones that are left on the plate, or in the serving bowl) can be used to offset small things that you eat but don't count.

For example, maybe once or twice a week I grab 1-3 M&Ms out of the jar in the office. A single M&M has around three calories, so I figure I'm sneaking in 5-10 calories when I do this. Those are offset by the egg yolk that's left on my breakfast plate, the yogurt that didn't come out of the carton, and the salad dressing that's left in the bottom of the bowl.

Sneaking in 5-10 calories once or twice a week is no big deal... our measurements aren't that precise anyway. However, if you know that you're leaving food behind then you can feel righteous and justified about those small bites.
mrspackrat

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Posted: 21 Mar 2013, 14:06
But Hoser, the calories we don't count WE DON'T COUNT, so in essence, we didn't eat them Smile
AquaSurf00

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Posted: 21 Mar 2013, 14:59
Hoser wrote:
Sneaking in 5-10 calories once or twice a week is no big deal... our measurements aren't that precise anyway. However, if you know that you're leaving food behind then you can feel righteous and justified about those small bites.


Hahaha I think the same thing because I never drink the milk that's left over from my bowl of cereal! Calories that I didn't use so that extra "whatever" is justified lol.
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