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    Swedish fish, full size only (not the mini's), red only. Once the bag's open they're as good as gone.

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    Pringles and Peanut M&Ms tend not to last around me. And Coke is my beverage of choice, although I tend to exist on Cherry Coke Zero due to an abundance of butt. I used to get three or four large Cokes (like the 44 oz. size) a week, but I've had to cut that way down.
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    Fish Cakes!

    Had some dental work done last year so I had to eat soft foods for a couple of days. Not had them since school but i'm loving them!
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    Quote Originally Posted by alantig View Post
    Coke is my beverage of choice, although I tend to exist on Cherry Coke Zero due to an abundance of butt.
    No such thing as too much butt!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sergiodeblanc View Post
    No such thing as too much butt!
    Oh I don't know.... After seeing those Cheetos ladies on page one I may have to disagree!
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    Bacon, gummi worms - usually not at the same time.

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    Wasabi Almonds!

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    I lose all control when there is beef jerky or bacon within reach. OMG

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    chik-fil-a nuggets and bacon.... separate or together works for me
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    My own Colorado chicken. It's a regular spicy fried chicken... the name comes from what the cook is smoking while cooking (and also the reason why I can't put it down).
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    Chicken nuggets and/or french fries, dipped in freshly made Ranch dressing.

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    Man why did I click on this thread..now Im hungry...time for some fillet steak!

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    Almond fingers!!! Shame I can only get them when visiting the UK though...

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    Pretty much can't put down the food that is on my fork. I have better luck trying to keep food off my fork, but it is a losing battle.
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    Cheddar and sour cream potato chips...it's instant bag-be-gone. And anything resembling a plate of nachos or Texas Tots.

    That being said, my most recent set of labs was NOT good, so for the sake of my family, and to save up enough for at least one private stock before I die, it's back to salads, fruits and lean proteins
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    There is a restaurant I frequent rather often for lunch. One, it gets me out of downtown and away from work, and two, they have the best wings - the sauce is called Killer (formerly Carribean Killer). A citrus-y habanero sauce. I always get an extra side of sauce to dip the wings in (and sometimes the homemade chips). But as much as I like them, that's not the obsession...

    A couple weeks ago, I tried their chicken quesadilla. Instant addiction. It used to be my dilemma when I went was whether to order a sandwich with the wings - that only happened if I could have the leftover sandwich for dinner (it's too much to eat at once, even for my size). Now I also have to consider whether I want the chips or the quesadilla.
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    We got some New York strips at Costco. Man, they are GOOD!!!!! Having leftovers right now. I mean, even the microwaved, reheated steak is GOOD. I wish I had another 3 pounds of it to eat. And some wine. Although I think my employer might frown on wine with lunch in my office.
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