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    Winter pro tip #1 (somewhat-sensotard edition): Putting your jeans over the heating before putting them on and you have yourself a sweet warm denim hug (also works with socks!!!).

    Winter pro tip #2 (hyper-sensotard edition): Don't forget to eat at least one real meal a day! It does wonders for your body...you'll feel less weak, cold and tired!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Red Herring View Post
    Winter pro tip #1 (somewhat-sensotard edition): Putting your jeans over the heating before putting them on and you have yourself a sweet warm denim hug (also works with socks!!!).
    That sounds so nice! Like putting on clothes straight out of the dryer.

    Winter pro tip #2 (hyper-sensotard edition): Don't forget to eat at least one real meal a day! It does wonders for your body...you'll feel less weak, cold and tired!


    "Whoever heard of a skinny Santa?? Eat! EAT!!"
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    you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by EJCC View Post


    "Whoever heard of a skinny Santa?? Eat! EAT!!"
    Am I to be the replacement for the goose?

    Seriously, I have never been on a diet. It's not on purpose. It really is simple sensotardation, I literally forget to eat until my body loudly protests (feeling hungry, cold and weakish or even dizzy). Then I have to eat immediately or I'll get grumpy like a 6 year old. A small stomach is quickly filled but just as quickly empty and demanding more, like a car with a tiny tank that needs refilling every few miles (only that the driver then forgets to refill until you end up without any gas in the middle of the desert.

    Luckily I have Mad Hatter to watch out for this!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Red Herring View Post
    Am I to be the replacement for the goose?
    No!! I meant that you should be eating more, like in the scene in "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer" where Mrs. Claus is making Santa eat more because he's too thin to play his role on Christmas Eve.
    Cultural reference fail, on my part.
    Seriously, I have never been on a diet. It's not on purpose. It really is simple sensotardation, I literally forget to eat until my body loudly protests (feeling hungry, cold and weakish or even dizzy). Then I have to eat immediately or I'll get grumpy like a 6 year old. A small stomach is quickly filled but just as quickly empty and demanding more, like a car with a tiny tank that needs refilling every few miles (only that the driver then forgets to refill until you end up without any gas in the middle of the desert.

    Luckily I have Mad Hatter to watch out for this!
    Yes indeed!! Good for Mad Hatter.

    I have the opposite problem. Food is almost too high a priority for me! I get cranky when I haven't eaten regular, correctly timed meals during the day, as much from feeling deprived of something that's rightfully mine, as because of feeling "off" physically.
    and it's nice enough to
    make a man
    weep, but I don't
    weep, do
    you?

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    I love winter. I love the comfort food and the fashion. Sweaters are too cute and casseroles are delicious.

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    http://www.tasteofhome.com/Recipes/S...Winter-Recipes

    Some of my favorite winter recipes come from this website.

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    I'm not reading this gay-furry-threesome soft-porn novel as ironically as I thought I would be.

    In fact, I'm not reading it at all.

    It sucks.

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    Wishes...fishes...nets...

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    Wow, thank you so much to everyone that rep'd support this week while I've been grieving over a death in my family. It helps me more than you know. I will be okay. I need to be out of pocket for a little while, but I promise I'll be back. <3

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