Yes it is amazing how those calories add up and that sounds like it was just one meal. I can see why/how many are used to eating 4000+ calories a day especially if they frequent the fast food places.
I always bring a snack bag when out shopping, so that way no eating out and no temptations.
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i noticed the same when me and the kids went to McDonalds, so i settled for a large water and bacon and ranch salad.
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Now you know. And next time, your kids don't get to decide where to eat. You're the parent, you get to decide.
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Yep chalk it up to an experience learned, use it as one of your caloric cycling days and move on doing what ya do best. A rule of thumb.....eat no take out food and you will be fine. Pack almonds etc in your car for emergencies such as this...
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beverages are so deceptive. That's a good reminder to others, although I'm sorry you had to learn the lesson for other people's benefit
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I know, the calories are horrible!!!!
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Look upon it as a lesson learned.........and another reason for the need to lose some weight, our culture thrives on this kind of thing, and has for years and years, I'm 66, and I know what you are talking about.
Well my kids and I went grocery shopping.. they talked Mme into sonic.... I got my breakfast.....looked up the calories and OMG I almost cried... my Java chiller and crosonic was 1700 looks like tomorrow back to the grind stone
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