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11-24-16, 05:21 PM   #1 (permalink)  
Post Thanksgiving Bliss (Holiday Overeating)

It was about an hour nap post Thanksgiving Dinner. I found myself in a similar position to this despite my wifes best wishes to keep it PG rated.

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Still considering if going back for dessert is worth it or not.

Anyone else find the parade as exciting as me?

 
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11-25-16, 04:32 AM   #2 (permalink)  
That thought went thru my head after we ate yesterday but with the kids and my youngest son's girlfriend there I figured it was best to refrain

When I was young and skinny I ate a lot and never really got full, now that I'm old and fat it doesn't take much to fill me. We ate a noon, I had a piece of cake for supper and I'm still full this morning


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11-25-16, 04:40 AM   #3 (permalink)  
Eat too much. Went bed at 8:00pm. Still feel extremely full this morning.
First time I did not do Black Friday shopping.

 
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