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The 7 - One Question... - What is the most shame-inducing thing you like to eat and why?
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tricia
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#1 Posted on 9.11.05 0145.18
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[sigh]

I am talking about the "I-wish-I-could-stop-myself-from-eating-this-but-I-can't-help-
myself-and-now-I-am-gonna-be-sick-and-depressed-and-filled-with-
self-loathing" kind of shame. You can also include non-shame inducing foods if you consume said foods in shame inducing amounts or have a good story about your food item to share.



1) Those freeze-dried onions that you can buy in the spice isle. They are crunchy and yes I eat them strait out of the plastic container. No, not the fancy breaded fried onions, the dried unbreaded ones. They make my breath reek, give me gas, and give me uniquely potent stinging farts. I am sure that they will be listed as one of the reasons if I ever end up divorced.

2) Those really, really cheap tv dinners. Most tv dinners are bad for you; high in fat, salt, and calories. The really, really cheap frozen dinners that I find myself eating are salty, greasy, concoctions filled with tasteless vegetables, bad fake potatoes, and mystery meat with salty gravy. But I can't help myself; when they are on sale, I always take some home. And eat more than one at a time. [hangs head in shame]

3)McDonald's food. I could talk about the movie "Super size Me". Instead I will tell this true story. My husband and I were just about to move to Wisconsin. Before meeting the realtor, we ate at McDonald's. As we were driving around, listening to the realtor's sales pitch/prattle, I got nauseous. The poor realtor had to stop the car so I wouldn't barf in his Cadillac with the leather interior. Instead, I barfed in a ditch. I swore I wouldn't eat McDonald's food again; that lasted for about a month. I don't even want to know what is in their food.

Any other secret, shameful stories out there?

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#2 Posted on 9.11.05 0737.06
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M&M's.....every single time I go to the store, I absolutely have to buy a bag of M&M's.
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#3 Posted on 9.11.05 0751.34
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I've been known to make and consume enormous onion, spinach, and feta cheese omelets when I am drunk. I'm talking 6 eggs or so in the suckers.
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#4 Posted on 9.11.05 0820.03
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I enjoy Spam. I get cravings for Spam. I think Spam and bacon on toast is a wonderful sammich.
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#5 Posted on 9.11.05 0857.10
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Ummm...I make meals out of two litre cartons of ice cream.

Also, I confess that I love fast food; and I'm blessed with the metabolism that sees me not gain a single pount from it. So...I eat at McDonalds and Taco Bell often.
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#6 Posted on 9.11.05 0947.08
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Taco Bell - Grilled Beef Stuft Burrito.
Fried Chicken - the crunchy breading coating. I *LOVE* that from KFC, or even from the cheap-ass Banquet fried chicken.

These foods are my downfall.
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#7 Posted on 9.11.05 1029.44
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    Originally posted by spf
    I enjoy Spam. I get cravings for Spam. I think Spam and bacon on toast is a wonderful sammich.


Do you ever have spam instead of the bacon so that it's Spam, Spam and toast?

ON-TOPIC AND NOT ME MAKING MP REFERENCES:

-Hot dogs with Frito's Chili Cheese dip on top.
-I still eat ravioli straight out out of the can
-The sourdough thickburger at Hardee's.
-Dorito's Jalepeno Cheddar 3-Ds

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#8 Posted on 9.11.05 1241.24
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I go to a a KFC-Taco Bell combo store. I get a 2-piece extra crispy leg and thigh deal (no sides), a nachos supreme, and a couple of tacos or a half-pound beef combo burrito.

I feel euphoric for about an hour. Then it's heartburn and a feeling of sleepiness...no, more like the verge of a coma...for the rest of the day.

And I also occasionally eat ravioli straight out of the can.

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#9 Posted on 9.11.05 1303.11
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Cheetos... which of course belong to the very tasty "orange" food group.

The problem is I crave them like CRAZY, then get through about half the (99 cent) bag before I feel like I just ate a cup of lard.
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#10 Posted on 9.11.05 1312.32
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Twerpz...Orange & Strawberry

They're part of the Twizzlers family, and basically they are orange and strawberry Twizzler chunks filled with Orange and Strawberry cream.

The cream can best be described as "Tang flavored frosting"?

It's better than it sounds...and I can't stop eating a bag once I open them.

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#11 Posted on 9.11.05 1348.13
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Peanut butter on Eggo waffles is the first thing that comes to mind.
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#12 Posted on 9.11.05 1529.40
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Nothing shame inducing about that, my good man. Drown that sucker in syrup and that's a quality breakfast.
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#13 Posted on 9.11.05 1551.54
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Oberto peppered thin-cut beef jerky not that Natural Style crap they've decided will be their premiere jerky. My dad lives near a gourmet deli that makes incredible, wonderful homemade jerky, and he will actually ship it across the country to me, but it's just not the same. I miss the Oberto. Worse, it's not available in my area. So I will pay an absolutely retarded amount on shipping to buy three giant bags of the Oberto thin cut. It's grossly expensive. It's loaded with preservatives and nitrites and parts of mouse or bug or something. I could be getting gourmet beef jerky that's 100% natural for free. But oh no, I'll spend too much money for this processed stuff, just because I grew up eating it in the Bay Area, and because I love it so.
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#14 Posted on 9.11.05 1745.12
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Maruchan Instant Lunch. Cup O'Noodles is shit - this is the good stuff. For whatever reason, the grocery stores have stopped carrying it around here, so I've taken to ordering cases through Amazon.com, paying shipping out the ass for some freeze-dried instant soup that most people would only bother with if they were starving.

And you don't even want to know how much I'd pay if someone came across the long-discontinued Teriyaki Chicken variety...
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#15 Posted on 9.11.05 1831.11
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    Originally posted by spf
    I enjoy Spam. I get cravings for Spam. I think Spam and bacon on toast is a wonderful sammich.
Have you tried the spam, bacon, sausage & spam? I hear it comes highly recommended. (Bloody Vikings.)

One bag of Ruffles potato chips & one tub of plain Philadelphia whipped cream cheese. The only reason to arise from the sofa before both are gone is to refill my vodka & tonic. I try very hard not to do this unless absolutely necessary; but when it is, nothing else will do.
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#16 Posted on 9.11.05 1849.46
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Asking a board full of men if they have shame in eating something HA!

Closest choice for me, Pringles. Nothing like taking a handfull of those things stuffing em in your mouth and cutting up your gumline. Hurts so good!
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#17 Posted on 9.11.05 1923.43
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Flamin' Hot Cheetos.

I love them but they sure hate me. And I personally blame them for my Acid Reflux.
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#18 Posted on 9.11.05 2336.20
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Gardetto's Mustard Pretzel mix. They smell awful. They taste even worse. And I can't stop eating them when I buy them.
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#19 Posted on 10.11.05 0039.30
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    Originally posted by Jeb Tennyson Lund
    Oberto peppered thin-cut beef jerky


Dude, oh, dude no. McSweeney's peppered beef jerky beats the hell out of that Oberto crap.
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#20 Posted on 10.11.05 0613.18
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I picked up a few things when I was younger from my mom. You want weird you got it.

Saltine Crackers in milk. Just like cereal but for poor white trash like I was as a kid.

Peanut Butter and sliced pickle sandwich. Not a full pickle or those round slices but the big strips of pickle.

A glass of Milk and Faygo Red Pop mixed. Tastes like a strawberry shake with carbonation.

And my personal addiction. One box of Kraft Macaroni & Cheese. I could live off that shit... oh wait I pretty much do.
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