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My Low Carb Cycle must be working -- Dreamin' of IHOP Pancakes!!!

Thursday, April 25, 2013

It started out with two nights in a row of dreaming about eating rice...white rice lathered in butter with a hint of salt, bowls and bowls and bowls of the stuff. The next night after that, I dreamed of the Never, Ever, Ever Ending Pasta Bowl from Olive Garden, bowls and bowls and bowls of Fettuccine Alfredo (w. Chicken), yumm yumm! emoticon

Then last night, the Ultimate Carb Out, I dreamed of the All You're Stupid Enough to Eat IHOP Pancakes -- it was a dream so they were bringing them to me stacks of like 100 pancakes on the plate at a time, drenched in melted butter and hot syrup, Oh the feeling of inhaling those puppies was Glorious! emoticon



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...so yeah, my yearly Super Duper Low Carb Cycle is obviously working like a charm, only 6 more weeks to go!!! emoticon
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  • SONYALATRECE
    Ha! This sounds like carb overload. Glad they were just dreams!
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  • KANOE10
    Good for you. Keep those carbs in your dreams!

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  • WOUBBIE
    I remember when I quit smoking I dreamed I smoked and woke up in a cold sweat. Then I realized I could smoke all I wanted in my dreams and really enjoy it without paying the price in real life! Hopefully it's the same with carbs for you!
    1253 days ago
  • ALISHAB3
    Great job, lols I have had the carb dreams! Mine is where the restaurant is full and they don't have any food for me or the restaurant is actually closed even though I went out of my way to find it. I hate that last one. emoticon
    1253 days ago
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