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Old 07-06-2006, 09:08 PM   #11
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Why must I buy one type of food and then eat it for three meals a day and think that there's food in the house and then run out and be like, there's no food on the house.

Next year I get 1200 bucks a term to spend anywhere on campus for food, is it just me or is that frickin' ridic?
I'm making risotto because all I have in the house is some garlic, vegetable broth, olive oil, crushed red pepper (from local pizza joint), and rice... well and some top roman... but I can only eat that a few times a week... =) Good thing I used to be a "chef"

1200 a term... depends on your eating habits and how thrifty of a shopper you are I guess.
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Ohhh I forgot the can of corn... =)
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Old 07-06-2006, 09:16 PM   #13
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I'm rly thrifty, I think we all know, for all the free stuff I manage to git, ramen FTW. Anyway, that's their plan, I can't get around it, but I feel like a sleeze.
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Old 07-06-2006, 09:34 PM   #14
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Why does $10 a day make you feel like a sleeze?
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That's a lot dude. Bagel for breakfast, 75 cents (if you include whipped cream cheese).

The same for lunch.

Another for random times.

Two things of ramen for dinner, 15 cents each.

Gallon of iced tea a day prolly costs 50 cents to brew.

So I don't spend much on things I'm just going to eat.
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Ohhhh... I thought you were saying it wasn't enough... I was gunna say. Keep the money you save and put it towards something usefull, like beer.
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If I feel like comitting suicide I'll do it all at once.

Anyway, you can't save up, it's the meal plan, you pay the money and then they set you loose.
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Ohhh you've got the plan... yea, I remember that shtuff... no beer in the meal plan... damn.

What do comitting suicide and beer have to do with each other??

I relate beer to more of a euphoric state really. =)
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Old 07-06-2006, 09:46 PM   #19
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Eh, I don't feel like getting into it, suffice it to say I'm odd.

Right now I'm concentrating on this person on h-t who is mad because I said his 99-00 civic front end on his del sol is ugly.
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No prob, its a personal choice and I'm down with whatever. I wouldn't say you are odd, I have plenty of friends that don't drink for a variety of different reasons. Some just don't like it, some are in AA, others just don't really care one way or the other.

I was pretty shy my first few years of high school and when I was 17 I started to drink with my older friends and it helped me to loosen up and feel more comfortable around people. I'm not shy at all now, but I think I probably still have that deep rooted association between alcohol and having a good time.
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