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Old 10-22-2005, 03:52 PM   #1
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I this the right board to share your own eating record or is that the weight board?, if you are gone the extra mile and ate more of something than before and you wish to share the achievement that is.
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Old 10-22-2005, 04:07 PM   #2
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Seems to me like if you were reporting a specific weight change from eating an inordinate amount of something, the Weight Board would be the place but this would be the place for a record.

Assuming that, here's one that'll probly easily be broken but just to get things rolling... i once ate 12 Nutty Buddies. (or is it Nutty Butties?)
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Old 10-22-2005, 04:11 PM   #3
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Personally, I've never eaten a record. I prefer to put records on the stereo and listen to them.

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Old 10-22-2005, 08:49 PM   #4
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Personally, I've never eaten a record. I prefer to put records on the stereo and listen to them.

I don't think they would be very tasty. Though they probably would be quite crunchy.
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Old 10-22-2005, 09:37 PM   #5
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I once, very recently in fact, ate an entire x-large (16 slice) pepperoni, red onion, kalamata olive, gorgonzola and sun-dried tomato pizza plus 10 bbq'd baby back ribs and two cans of rootbeer in one 30 minute sitting!!!
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Old 10-23-2005, 08:53 AM   #6
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I can eat a whole pack of Golden Oreos with a gallon of milk....a side box of 6 Snicker ice cream bars....

I can eat ALMOST half of a Scooters Pizza aka "Home of The Seven Pound Pizza".

A half gallon of birthday cake ice cream.

10 soft tacos with extra sour cream....from Taco Hell....with Baja Sauce

Double Dozen of Wimpy wings....with Man fries.

hmmmmm I can't think of anything that "great".... give me time..... :P
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I once at 25 hot wings in one sitting and a 2 liter of soda....talk about a bloated belly mmmm
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I can eat a whole pack of Golden Oreos with a gallon of milk....a side box of 6 Snicker ice cream bars....

I can eat ALMOST half of a Scooters Pizza aka "Home of The Seven Pound Pizza".

A half gallon of birthday cake ice cream.

10 soft tacos with extra sour cream....from Taco Hell....with Baja Sauce

Double Dozen of Wimpy wings....with Man fries.

hmmmmm I can't think of anything that "great".... give me time..... :P
WHOAH. that is quite a feat (yours and everyone else's). I have generally assumed that fat people eat (or can eat?) less than thin people. My evidence is anecdotal but I just assumed that fat people have stores of fuel and thin people often don't, so they need to eat more and more frequently. That's how it's always been for me. I guess that's not universally true!
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WHOAH. that is quite a feat (yours and everyone else's). I have generally assumed that fat people eat (or can eat?) less than thin people. My evidence is anecdotal but I just assumed that fat people have stores of fuel and thin people often don't, so they need to eat more and more frequently. That's how it's always been for me. I guess that's not universally true!
I don't think anything is universally true. I am not sure how much I eat compared to other people, but I don't think it is a lot. I know every guy I have dated has made a big deal about how little I eat.
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In less that 1 hrs, volume per item only no combined,

Icecream - 4.5 litres

Pizza - 1 family and 1.5 large, plus 1.5 litre coke.

Donuts - iced about average sized, 38.

Spring Rolls - fried 8

Meat Pies (single serve) 9

Pasta and Sause - about 4 large bowl approx 2 kilos. (4.4 lbs)

Liquids in less that 10 min, per type not combined.

Milk 2.5 litres

Cordial 3 litres

Orange juice 2.5 litres

Coke (flatish) 2 litres
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In less that 1 hrs, volume per item only no combined,

Icecream - 4.5 litres

Pizza - 1 family and 1.5 large, plus 1.5 litre coke.

Donuts - iced about average sized, 38.

Spring Rolls - fried 8

Meat Pies (single serve) 9

Pasta and Sause - about 4 large bowl approx 2 kilos. (4.4 lbs)

Liquids in less that 10 min, per type not combined.

Milk 2.5 litres

Cordial 3 litres

Orange juice 2.5 litres

Coke (flatish) 2 litres

Man, how do you even afford all of that?
Are you rich?
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Old 10-24-2005, 02:44 PM   #12
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In less that 1 hrs, volume per item only no combined,

Icecream - 4.5 litres

Pizza - 1 family and 1.5 large, plus 1.5 litre coke.

Donuts - iced about average sized, 38.

Spring Rolls - fried 8

Meat Pies (single serve) 9

Pasta and Sause - about 4 large bowl approx 2 kilos. (4.4 lbs)

Liquids in less that 10 min, per type not combined.

Milk 2.5 litres

Cordial 3 litres

Orange juice 2.5 litres

Coke (flatish) 2 litres
I guess I don't understand the allure/appeal of even doing this. If you ate that much that fast did you even taste anything you were eating?

I'd be sick as a dog if I tried that.
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No, well not poor either and single so plenty of spare cash.
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Old 10-25-2005, 02:42 AM   #14
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Yes it is a matter of choice,

It is a challage to eat or drink that much for one,

Two the abilty provides for more weight gain,

you do taste the food, not well, and the same thing for that period of time does taste bland after a while.

The feeling of being fully and wondering where it all fitted is also a fun for me.


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I don't really keep track of what I eat. I just eat when I'm hungry and stop when I'm not. The trouble is I'm always hungry. Last week during my business travels I sure put it away at restaurants, and last weekend I noticed that my grocery bill was much lower than normal because I wasn't around to eat myself out of house and home. Probably all that I know for sure are the news reports that say that restaurant portions are wayyyy too large for an normal person, but I find them just about right, plus dessert. So I must be Abby Normal. Anyway I know I eat a lot, but I'm not toooo spectacular about it.
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As a teenager I was capable of putting away tons of food and I often did.However,the older I get the less my digestive system is able to handle food in large quanties.I still can pack it away but not nearly as often and not quite as much as I once did.Yet...I'm much fatter now then when I was a teenager. **sighs**
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That's for darn sure. Last evening I made myself sick with a big bowl of ice cream with marshmallow cream and chocolate sauce. A half-hour later I had a major case of tummy-rumbles, so I drank some Alka-Seltzer and it helped. My husband saw me stretched out on the recliner like a beached whale and asked me what was wrong so I cried, "Wahhh, I'm a big fat pig!" Much to his credit, Art didn't lecture me on shoving too many goodies into my belly, but just held my hand for a while until I felt better.

But I just know that the ice cream, marshmallow cream and chocolate sauce will be singing my name in chorus tonight. They're evil, I tell ya! Evil!
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I'm not really fat but I can really eat. Nowadays I eat pretty healthy most of the time but in the old days I was known to occasionally consume 2 pints of Haagen Dasz in a day or maybe a half gallon of Breyer's. Whole boxes of most kinds of cookies would disappear more or less instantly (my sisters were that way too with most sweets.) Forget about Mallomars or Carvel Flying Saucers. Immense amounts of eggplant parmigian or lasagna.
One blistering hot summer afternoon with a fat guy friend I ate half a huge family-size Buffalo pizza that normally feeds 6 or 8, long square pizza much bigger than your average round pie and we ate it out of the box on the hood of his car, standing in the parking lot 'cos the place had nowhere to sit down, then polished a pint of Haagen Dasz each, all on our way to a punk rock show.
Another time with the same guy, just for the humor we had an all-beef and only-beef meal at his house (his parents were rich and had every possible food in the fridge) maybe 7 or 8 forms of beef until we were totally stuffed hahahaha.
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I'm not really fat but I can really eat. Nowadays I eat pretty healthy most of the time but in the old days I was known to occasionally consume 2 pints of Haagen Dasz in a day or maybe a half gallon of Breyer's. Whole boxes of most kinds of cookies would disappear more or less instantly (my sisters were that way too with most sweets.) Forget about Mallomars or Carvel Flying Saucers. Immense amounts of eggplant parmigian or lasagna.
One blistering hot summer afternoon with a fat guy friend I ate half a huge family-size Buffalo pizza that normally feeds 6 or 8, long square pizza much bigger than your average round pie and we ate it out of the box on the hood of his car, standing in the parking lot 'cos the place had nowhere to sit down, then polished a pint of Haagen Dasz each, all on our way to a punk rock show.
Another time with the same guy, just for the humor we had an all-beef and only-beef meal at his house (his parents were rich and had every possible food in the fridge) maybe 7 or 8 forms of beef until we were totally stuffed hahahaha.
My boyfriend is merely chubby and can pack away a quart of ice cream in about an hour or two. Me, I couldn't perform that feat yet I'm the supersized one! he's not even particularly active! I can't figure it out! Yes I am using a lot of exclamation points today because I am bewildered.
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The last quarter of the year is prime foodee season. All through October I overdose on Halloween candy. Then in November the really good stuff starts to roll out for Thanksgiving. The candies around the office are mostly replaced by healthier stuff like sausages, cheese, bread, pizza etc. Then of course the entire Thanksgiving weekend I stuff myself silly. In December I can do it all over again at the Christmas parties. And there's all the leftovers and another party to take me into New Year's Eve. Finally on New Year's Day I make my solemn resolution to do it all over again.
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Two large pizzas, a two litre, and a quart of General Tso chicken. ~1/2 hour.

I've also done ~100 piecs of sushi for lunch.
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I've also done ~100 piecs of sushi for lunch.
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Well, it's not now, but I had to work my way up. What did I win? Do I get a hug ?
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