Sunday, July 26, 2009

The disgusting breakfast of champions

And lunch, and dinner, and second dinner, and and and...

In the last 24 hour I have ingested what can only be 50,000 calories of food (please don't calculate it though, I rather not know). The problem with the blogathon was that I had no time to cook (and I had no ready-to-eat food available, whoops bad planning), so I depended on deliveries and friends bringing me food. What did I eat?

McDonald's sausage McBiscuitwhateverthehellitscalled
McDonald's hashbrowns
Medium McDonald's coffee
Potbelly big chicken salad sandwhich
Pepsi
Venti Starbucks iced coffee
Pepsi
Wendy's crispy chicken sandwich
Wendy's small fries
Pepsi
Glass of Bailey's/Kahlua/Chocolate Milk
Half of a large order of cheesy bread

When I lay down at 9:01, I'm probably going to die of a heart attack. It was nice knowing all of you. Thanks for your support.

Seriously though, I'm going to eat nothing but fruits and vegetables for a week, ugh. I feel disgusting.

This is post 47 of 49 of Blogathon. Pledge a donation to the Secular Student Alliance here.

41 comments:

  1. Fuck. Fuck you Fraser. 30 seconds late...

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  2. That sounds delicious, other than the cheesy bread.

    Is it bad that I look back at when you were getting the Starbucks coffee and wondering why that felt like it was a day or two ago?

    Now I'm starting to feel fuzzy.

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  3. See, that's the problem. Starbucks.

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  4. *giggle*

    My refresh-fu is strong today.

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  5. Also: Totally jumping on the "Was totally going to say 'I'll pray for you.'" bandwagon. I thought better of it, though.

    So, uh, may the Force be with you? Live long and prosper?

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  6. I was first, and I didn't even think of it.

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  7. Well, goodnight internet land. Good luck on your last hour, but some of us aren't young any more, and need their 8 hours a night.

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  8. Later uwc.


    ANYWAY. 1 hr to go. Gonna make it!

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  9. Only two more posts!

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  10. Only two more?

    Wow. I woke up an hour from now yesterday. For some reason, I'm not feeling the fatigue as much as I think I should. I just feel reeeeally fuzzy.

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  11. I woke up 1 day ago about now.

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  12. I woke up 25 hours and 15 minutes ago. My last two posts are basically done, just waiting for the time to pass now.

    I'm feeling oddly awake now that the sun is shining in. I'm going to be pissed if I can't sleep

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  13. Oh, it's nothing a blanket on the window can't fix.

    I hope, I hope, I hope I get vgh. I need to come home and sleeeeeeep.

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  14. Are you sure this isn't some sort of ruse from the anti-secular elements of the US to undermine the critical facilities of the godless? Quick, refute the argument from complexity in one sentence or less.

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  15. Wow. That would be terrible.

    I can see the sun shining in, but it can't reach me. I do need to go outside soon, though. It's probably going to be 80 and humid... which is nice, honestly. But still.

    I don't think you'll have any trouble as long as you lay back and ignore the bits of yourself trying to keep yourself going. Or something like that.

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  16. I'm just changed into pajamas. My method for staying awake was wearing uncomfortable clothes - tight jeans, bra...wearing a bra for 25 hours straight is freaking torture. But it kept me up.

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  17. "I'm just changed"? God, this can't end soon enough

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  18. I don't know how you can do that. Bras just look....terrible.

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  19. Yeah. Me either.

    Granted, I can sleep in anything, even jeans, so uncomfortable clothes can only stop so much.

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  20. It was effective. I've basically been sitting in silence for the last 7 hours with only getting up to eat and use the bathroom, and while I was cranky and mildly delusional, I never nodded off.

    You don't notice how uncomfortable bras are until you take them off

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  21. I'm just glad I don't have to wear one. My hats off to you for putting up with it.

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  22. Eh, I'm not wearing it just because society tells me to. The support is nice. Sometimes it's just as uncomfortable not wearing one.

    The joys of big boobs

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  23. Yeah. I'm with Veritas on that one.

    Sitting in silence... I can't do that. I'd go totally bonkers. I'd have to have some kind of music at least once every twenty minutes.

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  24. I believe it, Jen. I'm not accusing you of bending to society, simply of putting up with a modern-day torture device for so long.

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  25. Well, I can't type posts while listening to music because I'm very auditorally distracted. And then after the post was written, I would basically just going to a comatose mode until the next one needed to be written. Repeat.

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  26. I suppose that makes sense. I knew a girl who had little more than Bs that didn't like sleeping without one on. So I don't quite know the deal there.

    But as for women torturing themselves, I don't understand heels. I have walked in heels. They are the least comfortable thing ever. But I know people who like them. That is just strange as hell to me.

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  27. Ah. I understand that, the not-wanting-to-get-distracted thing. It's why I don't try to watch TV and write at the same time.

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  28. I can't seem to process more than one input stream at once, so even if I have music playing, doing anything else (reading, programming, obsessively refreshing a web page), I won't hear it.

    Having said that, church bells are ringing across town and a group of people are wandering by outside my window talking about ... well, it's indistinct, but they seem happy.

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  29. Ah, I live my life distracted by audio. It's the only way to fly for me. Always something going on.

    Tonight it was like 10 episodes of Burn Notice.

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  30. OK, out for work, back in 20 for the last run.

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  31. Ugh, I cannot sleep in a bra. That's just... unacceptable how uncomfortable it is.

    And I hate heels. I wear them whenever I have to wear a dress - which is basically whenever someone gets married (aka not frequently). Even then it's torture and I try to take them off whenever I can.

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  32. Fraser, imagine the opposite. If it's audio with words, I tune everything else out but the audio. About all I can do while listening to podcasts or songs with lyrics is...walk.

    If it doesn't have words like techno/classical, it's much better, but still a little distracting to me. I get this from my dad. You should see us trying to have a conversation together while the tv's on the background. We'll both constantly lose our train of thoughts because we'll be tuning into a comercial instead.

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  33. Heels are crazy to me, but at least it's not the kind of crazy some girls I know are; they just wear them around the house, or 'just to do it.'

    I do not understand. I weep for their feet. Boggles my noggin.

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  34. I know what you mean, but with talking more than music. If people are talking around me, I can't concentrate on anything.

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  35. Oh, and I'm jumping onto the anti-torture-devices bandwagon. Heels have always creeped me out. Not just the heels but the horrid pointed squeezed toe thing. And, I've worn bras on a few occasions, and I can't imagine actually having to wear those things regularly.

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  36. Jen, that's really interesting. I listen to podcasts while walking (insanely nerdy ones, natch), and if anything happens that distracts me -- we're talking a conductor checking my ticket, an interesting tree, a sign that uses grammar I feel is inappropriate for the context -- I lose my sense of hearing completely.

    I feel better about my telling myself I'm Focussed! Like an ant under a magnifying glass, perhaps.

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  37. You told me not to , so I have to...

    I didn't calculate... But my guess is less than 5,000 calories.

    See that sounds better? doesn't it?

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