Discussion in 'Dancers Anonymous' started by Sagitta, Aug 16, 2005.
I guess it depends on what you mean by worse. :roll: Some people might not mind.
There's a funny story about a western businessman who checked into a hotel in Japan. The front desk called his room and asked if he would like the "morning service". He was shocked and embarrassingly refused. In Japanese , "morning service" means their daily breakfast set. :lol:
no complimentary breakfast??
Nothing is complimentary here! :?
Well ... we could have Sagitta change it to the "supper" time club?
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Oooh! This sounds yummy!
I've even had pancakes or waffles for dinner. 8)
going out for dinner tonite....finally, a decent meal!
And the "May Help Lower Cholesterol" is just marketing at it's finest. :lol:
Last night ... hamburgers, pasta salad, grapes, and juice.
Stir fried chicken tenders and veggies over rice tonight. My fave. A ten-minute dinner. (well, actually, an hour and ten minutes, if you forgot to thaw the chicken. :lol: :lol: )
Late lunch, probably nothing more today. I think I gained weight at nationals...
How? By dancing your heart out? :?
Eating 3 meals a day which I never have time to do. Much higher food intake ... :?
In the long run, higher food intake might not be such a bad thing. Ever heard of the Curves weight loss/exercise regimen? Take a look at their book, if you ever get a chance.
Basically, it says that women who go on extreme low calorie or low carb diets train their bodies to stay low-calorie or low-carb. So when those women eat normally, they gain weight. Curves is about training ones body to eat normally while maintaining a target weight. Pretty nifty idea, IMO. 8)
I've never heard about it... I guess if I was not busy and had a normal person's life, I would be heavier than I am now...
There are Curves gyms popping up all over the US. I think the 30-minute max workout is a big draw. 8) :wink:
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