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2013-03-23 02:05:57 AM

FunkOut: Smelly Pirate Hooker: I eat all the gluten I can get my farking hands on. Sugar, too. And dairy.

So, yeah, I'm doing my part. Try not to admire me too much, it'll just make you feel bad.

I'm on the real butter/real sugar/no low fat product food train. I'm kind enough to remove baked goods from the reach of those who shouldn't eat them.


This is what I eat too although I still limit my total fat, sugar, and calories eaten. Partially because it isn't that hard and it means eating really good healthy food and really good unhealthy food (instead of shiat fake healthy food and pussy unhealthy food). Partially because making cupcakes and not making buttercream icing should be illegal

I know one chick who actually has Celiac disease. In her early 20s before she found out she had it she lost a bunch of weight (she wasn't fat before) and just got all malnourished. They figured out it was Celiac disease. She is so cautious that she often doesn't even eat anything when she goes out with us (she eats before) and she has pretty much gotten really good at cooking to deal with it. To her, it isn't worth the pain if somebody screws up something somewhere. Plus, she makes some really good food, and it has nothing to do with gluten free bread or gluten free pancake mix.
 
2013-03-23 06:17:56 AM
Why are all celiacs you meet women? Sure someone `has a male friend` with the disease but the ones you meet, the ones that post here, they all seem to be women.

I`ve noticed a section of women start `feeling ill` just about the time they have to go to school with developing breasts and want to stay at home instead and this carries on as an effective technique for the rest of their lives.

Don`t want to do something? not feeling well.

"I`m not feeling well today"
"What`s wrong?"
"(vague symptoms involving tummy)"
"Maybe you should see a doctor?"
"No, I`ll just stay in bed. Will you get me (breakfast, coffee, lunch, coffee, something to read, dinner, coffee)"
"you know, this happens a lot, you should see a doctor"
"No, I`ll be fine, I just need to rest. Did you get that coffee?"
 
2013-03-23 05:52:02 PM
Yes I have been annoyed with all the people who claim to have a 'sensitivity' so that every time someone suggests cooking something at our Craft Group they all chime in insisting that it has to be 'gluten free' because they will feel all 'bloated' etc. None of them are actual coeliacs.
 
2013-03-23 07:58:16 PM

StashMonster: Yes I have been annoyed with all the people who claim to have a 'sensitivity' so that every time someone suggests cooking something at our Craft Group they all chime in insisting that it has to be 'gluten free' because they will feel all 'bloated' etc. None of them are actual coeliacs.


May I suggest you get better friends?
 
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