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The "I'm a disgrace" thread

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backwardpossom Mon 01-Oct-12 14:07:36

I've just eaten a whole jar of pickled beetroot. It was Baxters Sliced Beetroot, and if the jar had been one of the bigger ones, I'd still have eaten the whole lot.

17+3 and an absolute disgrace.

Come on then, let's have your food confessions...

FloweryBoots Mon 01-Oct-12 14:15:07

I reguarly eat skittles for breakfast (in addition to 'proper' breakfast in my defence). Just seem to need the sugar to ease the neausia.

And despite religiously not eating runny egg yokes and peanuts with DS 1, regularly eatting both this time.

Elsqueak Mon 01-Oct-12 14:17:49

A whole packet of Fig's my first offence this pregnancy, am 35wks. It was an irrational longing that started as a dream last night...weird...but soooo yummy!

nenehooo Mon 01-Oct-12 14:23:22

First day of mat leave, 37+5. I have not left the sofa today apart from to consume... 1 cup decaf tea, 1 bowl of porridge, 1 slice of coffee and walnut cake, 1 cup of normal tea, 1 slice of lemon drizzle cake.
My attire consists of paint splattered jogging bottoms, bleach/paint splattered hoody, pulled up so my belly is out, as it often is - just feels like it needs airing?! So yes, my name is nenehooo and I am truly a disgrace.

SecretCervix Mon 01-Oct-12 14:28:49

I'm 9 weeks today and have had a bowl of cereal, then shortly after I had 3 hash browns, then about half hour ago had 8 potato croquette thingies, and just now finished eating a banana.

Can you tell it is shopping day on Wednesday?

Nothing to be ashamed of ladies, we are growing babies!

terilou87 Mon 01-Oct-12 14:37:40

i made a huge lasagne last night, i made it for me and the kids at dinner time there were around 3 portions left after and two hours later i finished it all off, blush it tasted good and i think i baby must of been really hungry grin

Dandelion75 Mon 01-Oct-12 14:55:47

I've munched my way through a family sized bag of Frazzles already today, and am eyeing up the Monster Munch that are in the kitchen cupboard.

just for variety, a few of my Frazzles 'somehow' managed to get dipped into Boursin cheese along the way grin

13 weeks today......

backwardpossom Mon 01-Oct-12 15:00:46

Aw yum, love Frazzles!

backwardpossom Mon 01-Oct-12 15:01:02

This is great, btw, I don't feel quite so bad now!

Thingiebob Mon 01-Oct-12 15:01:54

Four packets of crisps in one day.

panicnotanymore Mon 01-Oct-12 15:11:50

I've eaten an entire pot of hot mustard in two days. I caught myself putting it on toast with honey this morning confused

newtonupontheheath Mon 01-Oct-12 15:20:50

I'm eating cadburys mini rolls from the fridge like they're.... I don't know! Each time I go into the kitchen, I can munch one in a couple of bites sad and they're not making me feel sick at all grin

40 weeks today so all allowed

PeshwariNaan Mon 01-Oct-12 15:27:33

I've just consumed two of those giant Sainsburys Bakery Belgian chocolate cookies. Urgh... enjoy baby!

noblegiraffe Mon 01-Oct-12 15:41:59

I ate my entire lunch including a giant ploughman's baguette by 9:30am

I also bought a multi-bag of sweets and lollies for the kids I teach and I ate all the fizzers and lovehearts.

That was at about 18 weeks. I haven't quite shamed myself as much since.

newtonupontheheath Mon 01-Oct-12 16:00:20

peshwari just two?!

I ate a whole bag I'd bought to bump up the price of my shopping (so I could get the free delivery) DH didn't even know they'd existed grin

But that was last week wink

TittyWhistles Mon 01-Oct-12 16:17:25

22+2 weeks and buying Corned beef by the kilo.

But from the deli, not the tinned stuff.


backwardpossom Mon 01-Oct-12 16:20:41

Mmm corned beef. I fancy corned beef hash for dinner now. Shame DH doesn't like it... hmm

noblegiraffe Mon 01-Oct-12 16:22:04

Oh dear since my last post I've eaten two packets of fizzers and a refresher bar. And am eying up the drumstick lolly.

newtonupontheheath Mon 01-Oct-12 16:23:39

Mmmm corned beef hash.....

Stupid Hindu husband and the no bloody beef rules grin

Missmuffet28 Mon 01-Oct-12 16:35:35

Oh I'm so glad I saw this thread and I'm not alone!!

I'm only 11ish weeks and so far for breakfast I had 2 cadburys brunch bars, mr Kipling angel slice and a muller yogurt.

There was nothing I fancied at home for lunch so went to tesco and bought chicken tikka slices that have to go in the microwave so they are all soggy, cocktail sausages, milk bottle sweets, choc cupcake I couldn't eat it was too sickly! Ready salted crisps, pink lady apples, cherry tomatoes and some 7up

Will be tea time soon hurray!!!

I have no appetite which is crap cos i LOVE my food but feel constantly sick if I don't eat so if something takes my fancy I just gotta go get it and eat it! Had to take a trip to McDonald's early one morning and ordered 3 hash browns just cos I had to!!!

I had a great find in tesco tho! As a kid I sometimes had lucky charms cereal for breakfast which they stopped selling in uk years ago sad someone is obviously importing it and tesco are selling it!!! Don't get me wrong it's waaaay over priced but I can't wait for breakfast tomorrow!!! Gonna feel like a big kid again haha!!

terilou87 Mon 01-Oct-12 21:19:59

iced cream fingers from cooplands, nagged my dad to drop one off on his way to work, he bought one for me and 1 each for kids, 4 in total im already on the second, what they dont know wont hurt them rite grin

PurplePidjin Mon 01-Oct-12 21:28:14

Newton, I've got a 7th Day Adventist one... No pork not helpful when you get Salami cravings grin

<must get better at hiding packets>

xmasevebundle Mon 01-Oct-12 21:34:18

Every 2 weeks tuesday i buy a big mac meal, with a double cheese burger extra fries and 1 large cokeblush

I have gone through 5 packets of 9 iced mince pies in the last 3 daysblush

28w pregnant and i need my foodgrin

backwardpossom Mon 01-Oct-12 21:43:31

10" asda create your own pizza. Gone. And washed down with a bottle of Irn Bru. blush

PurplePidjin Mon 01-Oct-12 22:03:37

Just scarfed a quarter of white mice, minus the half dozen i need to decorate dniece's birthday cake blush

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