I tried intermittent fasting and when I say I tried I mean I didn’t eat breakfast one morning and that sucked and I’m not going back to that place.
I also like breakfast. I love breakfast foods. Breakfast foods are so good they’re totally allowed to be eaten for lunch or dinner. No one ever wakes up and eats a dinner.
“So for breakfast we have cereal, I could make bacon and eggs, or crab cakes and brussel sprouts.”
I wasn’t supposed to eat until noon. By 9:30 I was yelling at birds in a hunger range. “You chirp in my yard again and I murder your whole fucking family! And spread the word to your woodpecker friend I’m going to take my time with him!”
I need breakfast. I’m starving when I wake up in the morning. It’s been hours since I fell asleep on the couch eating a bag of chips.
Last night, I ate an entire bowl of edamame but I did go for a late run. It’s better than a bowl of ice cream. No, I don’t mean edamame tastes better than a bowl of vegetables, don’t be stupid.
I haven’t eaten yet this morning. Now you understand why I’m talking like this so please don’t hold it against me. I’m waiting for my crab cakes to heat up.
Other Stuff I Did When I Wasn’t Writing Notes
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I just ran in to get something, and the best way to describe the scene is, “if 2020 opened a store.”
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