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No Eating In Class? Right or wrong?
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Oh god. Those things are awful. And bad for you to be honest. I rowed in college....I needed a lot more calories than that. And healthy calories. That's too much processed sugar. I'd pass out and puke.

Man, just pass out. Jk joke joke haha haha

What kind of stuff do you eat in class anyway without disturbing anyone and still make you "function?"
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science class wrong

every other class is alright
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Man, just pass out. Jk joke joke haha haha

What kind of stuff do you eat in class anyway without disturbing anyone and still make you "function?"

PP&J sandwiches mostly. Chocolate milk because I hate regular milk. I did have protein bars and shakes as well. But you have to be careful because the NCAA bans some additives when it comes to that. I had nothing loud. And I would sit in the corners. Mostly I apologized for my smell and my looks because I would either smell like the river or smell like the gym....and look like I belonged on the walking dead.

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I would eat. Screw that professor. Take it up with the Dean. As long as the food isn't distracting it should be fine. As a student athlete, the only time I could eat was in class.


Yeah I'm bringing food every single day until my professor shows me that he/she can run 2 miles in 12 minutes on an empty stomach.
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PP&J sandwiches mostly. Chocolate milk because I hate regular milk. I did have protein bars and shakes as well. But you have to be careful because the NCAA bans some additives when it comes to that. I had nothing loud. And I would sit in the corners. Mostly I apologized for my smell and my looks because I would either smell like the river or smell like the gym....and look like I belonged on the walking dead.



Better be those PB&J sandwiches not toasted. Those make noises. =P

Psh. You probably hide your cheat notes between your sandwiches and on the back label of your protein bars and shakes.
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Its kinds unreasonable...People gotta eat. If its something not distracting it should be fine but if your eating like the thickest potato chips in the world please refrain from doing so lol.
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PruBenAzul wrote:

I would eat. Screw that professor. Take it up with the Dean. As long as the food isn't distracting it should be fine. As a student athlete, the only time I could eat was in class.


Yeah I'm bringing food every single day until my professor shows me that he/she can run 2 miles in 12 minutes on an empty stomach.


Heck yeah. I would totally dig having my professor do my afternoon 5 x 2k with a 12k morning punishment (on top of the planned workout) if any of my splits dropped above a 2:05/500m. Not to mention that I just got done with a morning row that was probably 17k or so... and that I also had to fit in weight training sometime between classes.
And btw. Damn on that time. Like damn. That's like my 1 mile pace....my 3 mile was 27minutes and I was pretty dang proud lol.
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PruBenAzul wrote:

PP&J sandwiches mostly. Chocolate milk because I hate regular milk. I did have protein bars and shakes as well. But you have to be careful because the NCAA bans some additives when it comes to that. I had nothing loud. And I would sit in the corners. Mostly I apologized for my smell and my looks because I would either smell like the river or smell like the gym....and look like I belonged on the walking dead.



Better be those PB&J sandwiches not toasted. Those make noises. =P

Psh. You probably hide your cheat notes between your sandwiches and on the back label of your protein bars and shakes.


Hahaha I wish. I would've gotten better grades XD I fell asleep during one of my calc 3 exams. The professor had to wake me up. Yeah. That 8am class was not a good idea. I pulled an all nighter studying and had a rough morning practice. (I got up at 4:30am everyday except Saturday and Sunday.)

And toasted would've been heaven and I'm upset I didn't think of this sooner.
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I've had professor who saw getting up to go to he bathroom as a "disturbance" . On his syllabus he clearly stated that people should refrain from such activity (or go before/after class). I had a ten minute break between class but it takes over ten minutes to get from class A to class B and I had to speed walk everyday. I typically don't use the school bathrooms so it was never a problem for me. Common sense tells you to not pee on your desk, if you need to go, go.

I ate in class before. The extra large bag of cheetos was noisy as hell and everyone was starting at me..... overall if you can you should refrain from doing it. If you need to eat for medical reasons tell your professor, he or she cannot fail you if you for doing so.
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onibrotonel wrote:


PruBenAzul wrote:

PP&J sandwiches mostly. Chocolate milk because I hate regular milk. I did have protein bars and shakes as well. But you have to be careful because the NCAA bans some additives when it comes to that. I had nothing loud. And I would sit in the corners. Mostly I apologized for my smell and my looks because I would either smell like the river or smell like the gym....and look like I belonged on the walking dead.



Better be those PB&J sandwiches not toasted. Those make noises. =P

Psh. You probably hide your cheat notes between your sandwiches and on the back label of your protein bars and shakes.


Hahaha I wish. I would've gotten better grades XD I fell asleep during one of my calc 3 exams. The professor had to wake me up. Yeah. That 8am class was not a good idea. I pulled an all nighter studying and had a rough morning practice. (I got up at 4:30am everyday except Saturday and Sunday.)

And toasted would've been heaven and I'm upset I didn't think of this sooner.


I'll stick with my original post though.

So yea.

Just Pass out. =P
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rebadv wrote:


PruBenAzul wrote:

I would eat. Screw that professor. Take it up with the Dean. As long as the food isn't distracting it should be fine. As a student athlete, the only time I could eat was in class.


Yeah I'm bringing food every single day until my professor shows me that he/she can run 2 miles in 12 minutes on an empty stomach.


Heck yeah. I would totally dig having my professor do my afternoon 5 x 2k with a 12k morning punishment (on top of the planned workout) if any of my splits dropped above a 2:05/500m. Not to mention that I just got done with a morning row that was probably 17k or so... and that I also had to fit in weight training sometime between classes.
And btw. Damn on that time. Like damn. That's like my 1 mile pace....my 3 mile was 27minutes and I was pretty dang proud lol.


Never did rowing haha I can only imagine how grueling that workout must be. But yeah it's pretty tough to keep up the pace for 2 miles, I was pretty surprised when I found out what my soccer coach expects of me in terms of fitness. Even when I used to run track in middle school I would have been happy to just run 1 mile in 6 minutes, I think my best mile back then was around 6:15-6:30..
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That's unreasonable to me.

My professors let us have light snacks and whatnot. Well...no one in my class really brings full meals into the classroom anyway.
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Yeah provided its not in a science lab or something. If its a noisy bag of chips or something id understand, but if the dude just has a packed lunch, i don't see why he wouldn't be allowed to eat it. Its allowed at my uni.
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PruBenAzul wrote:


rebadv wrote:


PruBenAzul wrote:

I would eat. Screw that professor. Take it up with the Dean. As long as the food isn't distracting it should be fine. As a student athlete, the only time I could eat was in class.


Yeah I'm bringing food every single day until my professor shows me that he/she can run 2 miles in 12 minutes on an empty stomach.


Heck yeah. I would totally dig having my professor do my afternoon 5 x 2k with a 12k morning punishment (on top of the planned workout) if any of my splits dropped above a 2:05/500m. Not to mention that I just got done with a morning row that was probably 17k or so... and that I also had to fit in weight training sometime between classes.
And btw. Damn on that time. Like damn. That's like my 1 mile pace....my 3 mile was 27minutes and I was pretty dang proud lol.


Never did rowing haha I can only imagine how grueling that workout must be. But yeah it's pretty tough to keep up the pace for 2 miles, I was pretty surprised when I found out what my soccer coach expects of me in terms of fitness. Even when I used to run track in middle school I would have been happy to just run 1 mile in 6 minutes, I think my best mile back then was around 6:15-6:30..


Don't you just love coach's expectations? Haha Like after a PR on the first 6k you have an 8minute break and he expects us to drop 5 seconds off of the split for the second one.
Rowing was eye opening for me. I was a softball player who got injured and can't run anymore. I definitely thought I was in shape and that I knew what pain was before I joined rowing. Nope. But it was so worth it. I guess I'm a masochist, but it was great. We were good and it felt good to push yourself past your limits.
That's some really good times. I have never in my life run that fast XD but I guess you need it for soccer.
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