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Old 07-31-2004, 08:26 PM   #31
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And then I woke up and had a bowl of cereal.

OOOHHH, *snap*. (Crackler)

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Yes, and if you wake up and your cereal goes slap, crinkle, poop, an you know you need a new box. Take it from snapcrackler. And i don't even really like cereal that much.

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On the weekends for me, it's usually 2 Taquitos (little rolled up tacos, flavor depending on what looks good that week) and some sour cream on the side, and milk.

During the week, usually nothing until my first break, when I buy something to drink, or I just wait until lunch. During school, whatever I can find that is fast. Those Milk and Cereals bars were my friends then.

This morning, 2 taquitos (steak and cheese flavored) and some cream cheese, and a cup of Joe.

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I had nothing - by the time I wake up it's long gone breakfast, if not lunch!
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Today was a smidge healthier....a pice of dryish 100% whole wheat toast and the scavenged remains of my daughter's Alphabits.
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It makes me feel better to see that I am not alone at eating junk for breakfast...

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