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    Who has been appointed to the "Measurement Committee?

    Have the prescribed penalties been published? Is the Measurable Person allowed one or two relapses, after which the prescribed penalty is prosecuted?

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    I eat so much fucking veg these days I no longer poop, I pat. It looks like a fucking great friesian's just dumped the contents of its bowels in the dunny.

    I only eat fish and eggs for protein at present, and usually only sweet spuds for carbs.

    Come on Bol. I don't think you're taking this seriously enough.

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    Jesus every time i read this thread i have to go and have a feed.
    Come on blokes lets get some tucker in the guts all this rabbit food can't be good for youse.

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    8km in the park, with 4 sets of upper body stuff inserted every 2km. One egg omelette and an interesting take on pat grapao gai for lunch.





    Now for some quality sofa time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luigi View Post
    an interesting take on pat grapao gai for lunch
    ...does the interesting part have anything to do with oil?...

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    Its interesting how many times Luigi (and his multis) uses the word interesting

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    Interestingly..... a US marine did come and ring the doorbell, yes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by somtamslap View Post
    I eat so much fucking veg these days I no longer poop, I pat. It looks like a fucking great friesian's just dumped the contents of its bowels in the dunny.

    I only eat fish and eggs for protein at present, and usually only sweet spuds for carbs.

    Come on Bol. I don't think you're taking this seriously enough.
    If your daily gallon of Fosters leaves you undernourished I'm sure we could crowd suace a pie, I'll be in the George soon enough if you need A pork scratching

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    Half a gallon actually - and I'm so over Fosters, it was but a brief flirtation with my homosexual side.

    Hey, Bol you fat fucker. Top tip - locate a watt or stage bike and it'll give you a very accurate barometer of calories burnt. Aim for these kind of numbers - concentrating on the power output - and you'll have earnt yourself some serious time at the buffet.

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    20km in 30 mins?

    i havent done that in 5 months

    you'd have lapped Lulu 5 times and probably wedgied him for peeing on turtles



    Quote Originally Posted by somtamslap View Post
    you'll have earnt yourself some serious time at the buffet
    i'll just take the Caeser salad thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    Caeser salad
    Full of shite.

    Next question.

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    All the major food groups taken care of in one fell swoop.

    The spud is potentially a little calorific but when you've got an evening of running up 20 per cent inclines planned, that don't matter none.

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    are they mushy peas?

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    No, it's broccoli rice. It's also fucking revolting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by somtamslap View Post
    All the major food groups taken care of in one fell swoop.

    The spud is potentially a little calorific but when you've got an evening of running up 20 per cent inclines planned, that don't matter none.



    Almost metrosexual in appearance, Slap.

    Just sayin'....



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    it looks like a green Homer Simpson

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    Quote Originally Posted by somtamslap View Post
    No, it's broccoli rice. It's also fucking revolting.
    was the photo before .........................or after tho?

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    Quote Originally Posted by somtamslap View Post


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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    it looks like a green Homer Simpson
    Only the connoisseur Por, would recognise the gently poached and shredded, Issan kitten breasts, folded into the lovingly bruised cucumber skins, held together with a light Italian dressing and a generous grind of Thai sun roasted, black pepper corns. The hand halved eggs are the masterpiece, one is slightly undercooked for the creamy texture whilst the other is overcooked to lend a delicate bite to the palate. A true indulgence yet satisfying, in so many ways snack

    The addition of a thinly sliced celery stick would have earned him his second Michellin star, such a pity.

    He uses the kitten skins to bind his travel books, allegedly.
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    Broccilli Rice?

    Boiled rice with boiled broccili all fused together?

    Why not try brown rice...yes i'm shit at spelling brocili

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chittychangchang View Post
    Broccilli Rice?
    It was a one off - I only took a picture of it because it looked and tasted so fucking toxic.

    This is today's menu, which will feature in what has been billed a double training day. The only iffy item in amongst that little assortment of goodness is the prawns. Although they are a so called superfood, the way they are farmed doesn't lend itself to hygiene, not to mentioned the fact that they considerably ramped up the cost of the day's fare.

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    When you've eaten that little lot Bol, you may want to consider running up some hills. This is a very important part of the weight loss process. The chances of one retaining their fat-fuck status after a few months of this sort of session are minimal.

    Get thee to Doi Suthep, Bolski.

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    Quote Originally Posted by somtamslap View Post
    No, it's broccoli rice.
    Congratulations, you have just invented a new food!

    What next?

    Brussel sprout quiche? Runner bean mash? Cauliflower custard?

    Sicko...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bogon View Post
    Cauliflower custard?
    ...that last one sounded familiar...


    Cook and stir milk mixture until thickened, 3 to 5 minutes; pour over
    cauliflower.
    Whisk eggs, 1 cup milk, 1/2 teaspoon salt, and white pepper in a bowl;
    pour over cauliflowermixture. Bake in the preheated oven until the custard is set, 30 to 35 minutes.
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    ...actually, so did this one...


    In a bowl, whisk the milk with the cream, egg yolks, eggs, salt, white pepper and nutmeg. Stir in thebrussels sprouts and scallions. Sprinkle the Gruyère in the crust and pour the filling on top. Set the cake pan on a foil-lined baking sheet and bake the quiche for about 11/2 hours, until set.

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