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To eat cheesecake for breakfast?

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sanityawol Sun 16-Mar-14 08:28:14

I have woken up this morning with a stinking cold and very sore throat. I'm in no way at death's door with flu, but I do feel quite sorry for myself.

DH went and camped out with a friend last night, and will reappear at some point today. DD stayed at my parents so it's just me and a snotty 2 year old at home.

It would be perfectly reasonable, medicinal even, to eat the last slice of cheesecake wouldn't it? Last night when I wasn't feeling crap I ignored it as I had eaten my share and it was DH's piece, but I think that I deserve it now.

Zara8 Sun 16-Mar-14 08:29:23

I can't believe you had to ask. YANBU!!

GooseEnthusiast Sun 16-Mar-14 08:29:35

It is never unreasonable to eat cheesecake grin

HannerHet Sun 16-Mar-14 08:29:55

Eat it before someone else does!

ThatsMyOnlyShirt Sun 16-Mar-14 08:30:04

Do it!

FoxyHarlow123 Sun 16-Mar-14 08:30:20

You can't eat cheesecake when you're dead, so do it now I say!!

patienceisvirtuous Sun 16-Mar-14 08:30:30

Absolutely not smile

ICanTuckMyBoobsInMyPockets Sun 16-Mar-14 08:30:50

You do know it's the law to eat cake for breakfast on Sundays don't you?
I only found out this week, I have a lot of making up to do grin

Silvercatowner Sun 16-Mar-14 08:30:56

I want cheesecake.

LightastheBreeze Sun 16-Mar-14 08:31:20

I hope you have ate it

TheBookofRuth Sun 16-Mar-14 08:31:31

Yes you are.

Give it to me. I want it!

sanityawol Sun 16-Mar-14 08:32:28

Thank you... I'm only asking because I could do with some grown-up contact this morning. I seem to have spent the last two hours discussing the relative merits of Thomas, Percy and Toby. grin

Mehrida Sun 16-Mar-14 08:32:46

Do it. And then report back how much you enjoyed it.

I also want cheesecake now.

Binkyridesagain Sun 16-Mar-14 08:33:21

Due to the fact that you asking I would say, in my non medical opinion, that you are suffering greatly and can not make decisions for yourself.

Recent research, ( I can't find the studies on PubMed yet due to the newness of this research grin) has shown that cheesecake can reduce a person suffering and set them back on the correct course in the decision making process, especially if the cheesecake is consumed for breakfast.

ipswichwitch Sun 16-Mar-14 08:33:33

It's clearly for medicinal purposes so you may be slowing your recovery if you don't.
I have had the same rotten, bloody awful cold for a week now. Still no better. Best get off down tescos to the cheesecake aisle...

meddie Sun 16-Mar-14 08:37:25

Yabu for having uneaten cheesecake in the fridge. Rectify this right now and munch away

RedFocus Sun 16-Mar-14 08:39:08

Get it down your neck before your dh gets back and hoovers it up! Enjoy! wink
Hope you feel better soon op.

divegirl77 Sun 16-Mar-14 08:39:43

If cold pizza in considered an appropriate breakfast food then cheesecake definitely fits the bill.

MuttonCadet Sun 16-Mar-14 08:39:57

I hope you've eaten it already and gone back to bed smile

sanityawol Sun 16-Mar-14 08:49:39

Thank you all...

Cheesecake consumed and recovery is starting.

Was a vanilla cheesecake, enhanced with some caramel sauce stuff that PILs brought back from France. Managed to stuff the whole lot before toddler realised too, so result!

I want more now. grin

Oh, in case you're interested... Thomas is number 1 - he is blue, Percy is green- he is 6. Toby is brown - he is 7. Thomas and Percy are best friends. And repeat.

What's the betting that DH arrives home just as toddler goes for nap, ruining my chances of an hour's peace... selfish git. grin

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