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  1. SarcasticNinja

    “Take-out” is a much overlooked part of the food pyramid. And surely you can make an excellent omelet out of the eggs, cheese, and some condiments?

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  2. Carrie

    I like that your vacation luggage is pretty much the same as mine. Booze, booze, more booze and dog food.

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  3. beduwen

    It’s the eventual wine run that ends up forcing us to shop for food as well…. knowing you’ll be able to have a glass later somehow makes it a little easier! I’m so with you, though…HATE food shopping! If it weren’t for those pesky kids needing to eat, I wouldn’t go.

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  4. Tiffany N. York

    The only thing I could think of when I read this was: God help your poor colons…and livers. And then I thought, ham and cheese donut holes?????? Seriously? How were they?

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    • Amy Vansant

      My liver and I aren’t on speaking terms. But it was a dull conversationalist anyway and so full of bile… BAHHAAHAHA…

      They were REALLY REALLY GOOD. Go to Dunkin Donuts, get a glazed donut hole, push some good ham and cheese in it and nuke it for a second. You’ll see!

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  5. Jamie

    Since I don’t think I’ll get the pleasure of a trip like that anytime soon – I enjoyed reading about your adventure. And I used to enjoy food shopping but now I HATE it. I try to be all thankful say things to myself like — “thank goodness we have $ to buy food — which of course I mean. But it seems like such a time drain.

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  6. Winopants

    This is all so wrong and yet so right.. We’ve gone one long binges of take-out in our house. It’s hard when your partner in crime is your own bad influence. And vice versa of course.

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    • Amy Vansant

      YES. Every time I try and diet, there’s the devil, my husband, holding a bottle of wine and some crackers and cheese under my nose. Big skinny bastard.

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  7. Deanne

    This was my life in the summer. I think I lived off of takeout and bulk barn food (oh and beer and wine) for two full months.

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  8. Laura

    I’m pretty sure I can get my husband to go food shopping for you…if you buy vodka for him.

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  9. Carrie - Cannibalistic Nerd

    Here we have the same yet opposite problem. True story: yesterday I opened my mom’s freezer and a bag filled with pecans fell out. I looked and noticed a date written on it: DECEMBER 1995. The house is FILLED with inedible old food. And, my mom is also hyper conscious of how much wine she has in the house. I guess I’m not saying it could be worse, just different?

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  10. Natalie the Singingfool

    I miss vacation, where it is perfectly acceptable to subsist solely on takeout and leftover takeout.
    Oh, and donuts and cheese = the perfect food.

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