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Mood huh.... I guess going to school,doing homework, and etc... i guess i'm bored EXCEPT when i watch anime i somehow get recharged
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I feel unbelievably nauseous. . - .
I don't know why. :l
I hate vomiting.
I'll always try my best to not throw up. @ . @ I really don't like it. :l
I just don't know why. . - .
Are there any medications that can assist you with that?
Besides that, I'm really happy. ( - ^ - ^ - )
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I ate some KFC and now I feel lazy. I've got some math I really should be studying, but I keep telling myself that i'll just wake up early and do it in the morning.
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I ate some KFC and now I feel lazy. I've got some math I really should be studying, but I keep telling myself that i'll just wake up early and do it in the morning.


Fried chicken is goddamn tasty, now you're making me crave it lol. The last few days I've been eating really healthy like squash soup, and spinach ravioli, and stir-fried veggies haha.
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Pomff wrote:

I ate some KFC and now I feel lazy. I've got some math I really should be studying, but I keep telling myself that i'll just wake up early and do it in the morning.


Fried chicken is goddamn tasty, now you're making me crave it lol. The last few days I've been eating really healthy like squash soup, and spinach ravioli, and stir-fried veggies haha.


I love KFC but I don't eat it often because it's both expensive and horrible for me. Tonight I really needed it though, and i'm already regretting it. My stomach was not prepared for greasiness of this magnitude.

How can you live on food like that?
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The day was pretty good. Found out that I'm doing very good academically.
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Pomff wrote:

I love KFC but I don't eat it often because it's both expensive and horrible for me. Tonight I really needed it though, and i'm already regretting it. My stomach was not prepared for greasiness of this magnitude.

How can you live on food like that? ;)


Is KFC expensive where you live? Might be worth it to buy fried chicken from grocery stores, usually just as good but less expensive. I love soul food, I have a few friends who came from the South and when they invite me over, their families make awesome comfort food.

At least you've fueled yourself for a night of late-night studying? :)

Well, those foods can taste good, and they are healthy for me, but sometimes I guess I just need junk food haha. Get some ice cream, drink a Slurpee, eat a cheesy burrito, handful of chips, etc. lol.

I normally eat pretty healthy, and then treat myself out to junk food like a couple times a week and run it off. If you eat healthy food for a while, when junk food touches your tongue it tastes 100x more amazing.
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Winterfells wrote:
Is KFC expensive where you live? Might be worth it to buy fried chicken from grocery stores, usually just as good but less expensive. I love soul food, I have a few friends who came from the South and when they invite me over, their families make awesome comfort food.

At least you've fueled yourself for a night of late-night studying? :)

Well, those foods can taste good, and they are healthy for me, but sometimes I guess I just need junk food haha. Get some ice cream, drink a Slurpee, eat a cheesy burrito, handful of chips, etc. lol.

I normally eat pretty healthy, and then treat myself out to junk food like a couple times a week and run it off. If you eat healthy food for a while, when junk food touches your tongue it tastes 100x more amazing. :D


Would you consider $12.99 for an 8-piece meal expensive? I normally don't buy fast food because it's cheaper for me to pick up stuff at the grocery store and make it myself or buy in bulk at a place like Sam's Club. I didn't feel like cooking tonight though hence the KFC. I'm actually not a big fan of soul food, i'm more of an Italian kind of gal.

Implying that i'm actually going to study tonight. My head just isn't in it right now, fortunately there's nothing that I absolutely need to study for at the moment.

I'll have to take your word on the healthy food, me I prefer to eat what I want and just spend more time at the gym working it off.
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Would you consider $12.99 for an 8-piece meal expensive? I normally don't buy fast food because it's cheaper for me to pick up stuff at the grocery store and make it myself or buy in bulk at a place like Sam's Club. I didn't feel like cooking tonight though hence the KFC. I'm actually not a big fan of soul food, i'm more of an Italian kind of gal.

Implying that i'm actually going to study tonight. My head just isn't in it right now, fortunately there's nothing that I absolutely need to study for at the moment.

I'll have to take your word on the healthy food, me I prefer to eat what I want and just spend more time at the gym working it off.


I wouldn't think that's too bad, since 8-pieces of chicken is a lot of meat. You could probably easily feed 3-4 people with that so a little over $3 per person is a pretty good deal imo. If you make it yourself it's cheaper of course, but it does take some skill, time, and patience.

I like to buy bulk as well, I go to Costco quite a bit haha.

I like Italian food as well, eating out though can be pretty expensive (albeit worth it). I like gnocchi, smoked salmon alfredo pasta is quite nice, and I love anything pesto.

Just don't leave your studying to last minute, procrastination sucks haha, I hate that feeling of having to finish something last minute. Really stressful.

Some healthy foods can taste good, I guess my palate isn't very picky. I like vegetables a lot, I even grow some of my own in my garden (peppers, tomatoes, herbs, etc.), I enjoy the taste of tofu, sushi is considered really healthy and it's one of my favorite foods ever, etc.
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I feel lonely If that classifies as a mood.
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Winterfells wrote:
I wouldn't think that's too bad, since 8-pieces of chicken is a lot of meat. You could probably easily feed 3-4 people with that so a little over $3 per person is a pretty good deal imo. If you make it yourself it's cheaper of course, but it does take some skill, time, and patience.

I like to buy bulk as well, I go to Costco quite a bit haha.

I like Italian food as well, eating out though can be pretty expensive (albeit worth it). I like gnocchi, smoked salmon alfredo pasta is quite nice, and I love anything pesto.

Just don't leave your studying to last minute, procrastination sucks haha, I hate that feeling of having to finish something last minute. Really stressful.

Some healthy foods can taste good, I guess my palate isn't very picky. I like vegetables a lot, I even grow some of my own in my garden (peppers, tomatoes, herbs, etc.), I enjoy the taste of tofu, sushi is considered really healthy and it's one of my favorite foods ever, etc.


It seems like a lot, but then there's the fact that of the 8 pieces two are wings with next to no meat on them. I didn't think about it as a family deal since I almost always eat the entire bucket myself, so I guess it might be cheaper if you're buying it for multiple people. I also consider it expensive because I can get chicken at other fast food places like Jack in the Box or Raising Cane's that's just as filling for $8.

I like to consider myself a pretty competent cook, but i've never been able to make decent Italian food. Fortunately there's a really good Italian place close to where I live. Unfortunately it's very pricey and i'm still trying to play the broke college student card.

I know a thing or two about putting off studying/projects till the last minute, it is not sunshine and rainbows. I'll be fine, I always am.

I'm an annoyingly picky eater, and most green veggies (although not green beans for some reason) make me feel ill because of the taste. I tried sushi once, I then declared that I would never eat fish again unless it was first covered in butter :D.
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It seems like a lot, but then there's the fact that of the 8 pieces two are wings with next to no meat on them. I didn't think about it as a family deal since I almost always eat the entire bucket myself, so I guess it might be cheaper if you're buying it for multiple people. I also consider it expensive because I can get chicken at other fast food places like Jack in the Box or Raising Cane's that's just as filling for $8.

I like to consider myself a pretty competent cook, but i've never been able to make decent Italian food. Fortunately there's a really good Italian place close to where I live. Unfortunately it's very pricey and i'm still trying to play the broke college student card.

I know a thing or two about putting off studying/projects till the last minute, it is not sunshine and rainbows. I'll be fine, I always am.

I'm an annoyingly picky eater, and most green veggies (although not green beans for some reason) make me feel ill because of the taste. I tried sushi once, I then declared that I would never eat fish again unless it was first covered in butter :D.


I've been guilty of splurging on a bucket for myself haha. You're right, there are a lot of cheaper alternatives in terms of fast food. I stop by Taco Bell, Taco Time, McD's, etc. from time to time.

Decent Italian food is pretty hard to make, even though the ingredients are pretty straight-forward. I do alright with pasta, but for some reason my lasagnas are pretty lackluster, missing some "oomph." I've been in the broke college student situation before, it's no fun. Literally weeks where all I had were apples, cereal, sandwiches, and top ramen.

I'm the opposite, I'm incredibly easy at eating. I'm pretty adventurous and curious naturally, so I've had stuff from sea urchin to frog legs, and so on. I eat veggies raw and cooked, I guess it's because since a young age my parents have been big on them so it just grew on me. My first time with sushi wasn't anything special, but after several times it became addicting. You can try buying salmon and broiling it in the oven, with rosemary/honey butter and lemon wedges, some garlic and onions. It's awesome.
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I've been guilty of splurging on a bucket for myself haha. You're right, there are a lot of cheaper alternatives in terms of fast food. I stop by Taco Bell, Taco Time, McD's, etc. from time to time.

Decent Italian food is pretty hard to make, even though the ingredients are pretty straight-forward. I do alright with pasta, but for some reason my lasagnas are pretty lackluster, missing some "oomph." I've been in the broke college student situation before, it's no fun. Literally weeks where all I had were apples, cereal, sandwiches, and top ramen.

I'm the opposite, I'm incredibly easy at eating. I'm pretty adventurous and curious naturally, so I've had stuff from sea urchin to frog legs, and so on. I eat veggies raw and cooked, I guess it's because since a young age my parents have been big on them so it just grew on me. My first time with sushi wasn't anything special, but after several times it became addicting. You can try buying salmon and broiling it in the oven, with rosemary/honey butter and lemon wedges, some garlic and onions. It's awesome.


Pasta is pretty easy, but ask me to make anything else Italian and you'll probably get something bland and tasteless.

While I used to be a broke college student i'm not sure I can say that about myself anymore since i've got a stable job and make enough money to be pushing middle class. I'm pretty sure I just use the college student excuse just so I can be cheap without people calling me on it.


I'm not a big fan of fish, although I do make a pretty good baked salmon.
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Pomff wrote:

Pasta is pretty easy, but ask me to make anything else Italian and you'll probably get something bland and tasteless.

While I used to be a broke college student i'm not sure I can say that about myself anymore since i've got a stable job and make enough money to be pushing middle class. I'm pretty sure I just use the college student excuse just so I can be cheap without people calling me on it.


I'm not a big fan of fish, although I do make a pretty good baked salmon.


I would be interested to learn how to make Italian desserts or homemade gelato.

Yeah, I grew up poor and humbled by not having much, so even though I've made it now and have a cushy job, I still don't spend lavishly. I will always be stuck with this "saving for a rainy day" mentality. XD

A squirrel who's been through a hard winter of famine will probably never comfortably eat its acorns during a summer of plenty. XD
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