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AIBU to have this for dinner?

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falcon Thu 24-Jul-08 19:32:37

A bag of Jellytots, 2 capri sun, a bag of monster munch and a half a cucumber.blush

I sound like the world's pickiest 2 year old I know, and I'm 24 but it's too hot to cook, too hot to move actually or do anything that requires more effort than opening a packet.

falcon Thu 24-Jul-08 19:33:23

In my defence I'm currently childless and therefore have no innocents to corrupt with my vile eating habits.

fryalot Thu 24-Jul-08 19:33:30

well, it sounds like a perfectly balanced diet to me grin

feb Thu 24-Jul-08 19:34:03

sounds great
not sure what effect 1/2 a cucumber will have on your digestion though hmm

Gina80 Thu 24-Jul-08 19:34:51

Definately not. I'm going for a galaxy bar, yoghurt and a non-alcoholic becks! I'm pg tho wink

fruitful Thu 24-Jul-08 19:35:11

Carbs, veg, liquid - ok. But no protein. May I suggest some chocolate?

falcon Thu 24-Jul-08 19:37:03

Yes excellent idea fruitful, don't want to skimp on my protein.

I've half a tray of Milktray left that should do the trick.grin

DeeRiguer Thu 24-Jul-08 19:37:43

yes monster munch is a new superfood
knocks blueberries into a cocked hat grin

Squirdle Thu 24-Jul-08 19:43:25

Oh why is everyone talking about Monster Munch this evening? I neeeeed to buy some now! Haven't had Monster Munch in a long time grin

2point4kids Thu 24-Jul-08 20:24:53

Why dont they do Roast Beef flavour anymore???
Its all pickled onion and flaming hot angry

random Thu 24-Jul-08 20:27:21

Monster munch the ulimate hangover cure

Oblomov Thu 24-Jul-08 20:29:23

Point4 They do Roast Beef. In a multi bag of onion, beef and hot. Special offer at Sainsburys today. 2 packs for £2. Bargain.

Oblomov Thu 24-Jul-08 20:30:24

Sounds lovely. No harm done, on occasion, to a 2 yr old either.
Sounds yum to me.

noonki Thu 24-Jul-08 20:32:44

monster munch is just wrong wrong wrong,

my big sis used to hold me down and breathe her pickled onion breath on me

now frazzles on the other hand... and you would be covering the protein issue

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