19 April 2010

Weekend Wrap-up

I didn't do much this weekend, It was too windy to really go out so I just lounged around the house. I did re-organize some stuff and realized I might have a hoarding problem. Yes ME!!! take a look at this



I counted 30+ hats! It was crazy, I had them everywhere. Sad part is I have no intention of tossing any out lol.

I also moved 1 step closer to dying early. Yup I ate a Double Down from KFC.


And I liked it!!! no really it's pretty good, if you can get past the greasiness of holding a piece for fried chicken. You know what would put it over the top? take 1 breast, make it spicy and put it with that sauce, bacon and cheese on some a bun. That sandwich would be awesome. I might buy a double down and make it 2 of them lol.

Here is my complete KFC story. I'm in line thinking about how much of a fat bastard I am for even considering getting this thing. I notice they have a combo for it. A combo?!? they really are trying to kill people. I breifly thought about getting the combo... lol but I remembered my girl telling me to drink lots of water because the double down had like 1300mg of sodium in it. So I decided to focus on just the sandwich, no need to add fries and a soda on top of that. I mean I AM trying to lose weight right?

After I ordered there was a family behind me. 3 Kids aged ~7 to 12. ALL of them ordered the double down combo! Their momma was right there. I wanted to call child protective services, she don't love them kids. That BS is exactly why our children are overweight. Them meals were close to 900 calories. Even if it was "treat" night for dinner. You can pick something better for them to eat. #endrant lol

11 comments:

Strawberry's Corner said...

Love how this post flowed. Also loved how you had a convo about going to eat that heart attack before going, you girl had your back about the water. And that really is sad the people let there kids eat anything, health means nothing these days.

Kingsmomma said...

damn what did i miss? You have a girl?

what exactly is the sandwhich? is it two pieces of chicken breast as the bread part?

RealHustla said...

Disgusting Dave. At least you had a plan going in. I'm sure the water helped it travel through your boddy easier than it would have otherwise.

Monique said...

LOL @ hoarding. I don't think yours is as bad as others. You simply collect hats...that you actually wear.

*gasp* How could eat that thing?! So it was good? That's just too much meat for me. Freaks me out.

Ms. Camile said...

OH the joy I feel that I happened upon your blog. You are funny! I was literally laughing out loud. I was hoping someone would try that heartache of a "sandwich" lol. It looks gross but I will take your word . I really hope your girlfriend watches you because kfc can be addicting. mmmmm those biscuits! hehehhe :)


~Cam
camilethegreat.blogspot.com

Anonymous said...

I hope you added a extra 20 mins to the workout after eating that. Aint gonna front tho. It looks good!!!!

I see how you casually mentioned my girl. Well I hope you took her advice and drank like a gallon of water after tackling that!!! LOL

Towanna

Sha Boogie said...

Nooooooo!!! Not the double down. Ugh.. that thing is just a hard attack wrapped in a piece of cardboard. how the heck do you call something with no bread a sandwich?! lol

Ms. Behaving said...

I'm ALMOST ashamed to admit that I wanna try it...

::whispering:: Did I say "wanna"??? ---> My bad...I meant GONNA!!! lol

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Redbonegirl97 said...

I feel like I am going to be sick every time I see the commercial for it or every time I hear someone talk about it. I think I need to head for the porcelain throne right now.

Tiffany
Peace, Love and Chocolate
http://liferequiresmorechocolate.blogspot.com