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Chutz
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   Posted 6/8/2009 10:10 PM (GMT -7)   
Let's pretend.....you go to the doctor for a check-up and he says..."goodness, you really do need to gain some weight!" (I told you we were pretending...lol) The doctor wants you to gain 10 pounds in a week. What will you eat to gain weight? This is more like a dream! shocked I should be so lucky.

(just a quick note here. I do know that many underweight people can be just as frustrated trying to gain weight as those who are trying to lose. This is meant to be fun and light hearted and not to make light of anyone.)

OK, 10 pounds in a week ought to be easy, squeezy, for me that is. I'm starting with cheesecake! That ought to be good well into the second day and might be done by then. Depends on what kind it is. idea Then I'll move on to some pastries....maybe a few filled doughnuts and an apple fritter or two! Oh, I can feel the pounds just thinking about it. smhair Building up speed I'm going to add a 7 layer chocolate cake with double vanilla ice cream on the side. Probably won't finish it all myself tho. And to round out the week...and me...rolleyes how about a homemade pumpkin pie with real whipped cream. Ahhh...that should do it for me. <belch> confused

OK, your turn to put on 10 pounds! shocked

ps...I'm heading to the kitchen for a snack... tongue
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edt
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   Posted 6/9/2009 6:52 AM (GMT -7)   

Arghh, finished posting my sweet trip and got kicked off the site!

I'll try and recreate my sweet trip to 10 lbs!

1st stop is the Cheesecake Factory for a piece of their yummy Key Lime CK from there stop at Mary Coyle's (Homemade Ice Cream Parlor) for a Hot Fudge Sunday, then a quick sip of water and I'm on my way to Dairy Queen for a Banana Split Blizzard.....hmmmm all this sweet stuff needs to be balanced out by some Salt so I'll have some Trader Joes Salt and Pepper Potato Chips (these are the best)....now back in the car and heading to Cold Stone for a sweet cream with Black Cherries and brownies mix in.  Did you say 10 lbs? only 10 lbs?  Oh wait......now I'm so tired from all the sugar...need a caffeine boost so yup pulling in to Starbucks for a much dreamed about Carmel Macchiato...heaven I'm in heaven lol

Mmmm I didn't realize I craved ice cream so much!  Thanks for the fun Chutz!

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modelmaker
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   Posted 6/9/2009 8:07 AM (GMT -7)   
Let's see. to gain 10 lbs., real easy. I just lose 10 lbs. and wait. It always come right back!

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Morgoth
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   Posted 6/9/2009 9:15 AM (GMT -7)   
What about those great homemade humburgers with lots of union and ketchup and mustard and a pickle and bacon and anything else that you find in the fridge. They used to make those at the local market. Sweet tomato ketchup and no napkins. Usually a shower was needed afterwards. Those glorious greasy burgers ...

And later on, homemade pie (apple or cherry) with whipped cream and chocolate topping. A dash of apple or xherry liquor on top might just finish the job. I'm not talking about a piece of pie but about the whole pie. And finally something for my stomach before I collapse on the sofa.

And some coffee of course to go with the pie. And a coke with the burgers.
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Mrs. Dani
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   Posted 6/9/2009 10:03 AM (GMT -7)   
OooOO this is a good one for sure!



Corn Bread
Salt Tortillas
enchillidas
Fajitas ... pork
Pinto bean soup
spanich rice, but with garlic tomatoes
..... single malt scotch
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Mrs. Dani
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   Posted 6/9/2009 10:09 AM (GMT -7)   
"just a quick note here. I do know that many underweight people can be just as frustrated trying to gain weight as those who are trying to lose. This is meant to be fun and light hearted and not to make light of anyone"

I am one of those folks! Im not offended in the slightest. For whatever reason my body needs food types depending on how long the energy lasts, and quality. So, chicken alot. No shortage of greens.
And, hey! I am turning in to one heck of a cook, or so I hear. want to learn Brikets next.

*huggs*
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anice
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   Posted 6/9/2009 10:35 AM (GMT -7)   
This is going to be easy!!! I am in desperate need to lose weight,I've been gaining way too much over the past several years. But this is fun to just think about that. I have often wanted to take the people in need of gaining weight home with me for a while. I am certain I could put weight on them!! Seriously, I know that it is just as hard to gain weight for them as it is for those like me to lose weight. I just wish I was on the other end of this...

Okay, 10 lbs... I would start with breakfast of scrambled eggs with onion,bell pepper,and lots of cheese, sausage, biscuits with sausage gravy, orange juice and a big glass of milk. Midmorning snack: snickers and cheetos Lunch: a big double cheeseburger with all the works, onion rings and cheese sticks And dinner: a big plate of fettucini alfredo with crispy brocolli, a juicy steak (cooked on the grill), with sauteed onions,bell peppers,mushrooms,zuchinni and squash, and cheesy garlic bread...And bedtime snack: a bowl of cereal, and more chocalate... After a couple of days of eating like that-10 lbs plus more would be on!!ha ha And NO walking or exercise of any kind-just lying on the couch being lazy and good for nothing. Sounds like my kind of day!
Anice

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   Posted 6/9/2009 4:17 PM (GMT -7)   
I'm with you Patti, a good cheesecake is hard to beat other than maybe some Chocolate...YUM
What could be better than Chocolate and Cheesecake, blue berry cheesecake at that...yummy
for the tummy eh............
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