The General Wibble Thread
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May-2012
Iceman
Drink 2l of water every day. That will sort you out. Much cheaper too!

Or just drink Stella!
May-2012
Tony_H
I'm having a detox but of my own planning for the next 8 weeks before my summer hols. I ate and drank badly last week in Venice. Well, not badly in terms of how it felt at the time, but you know what I mean.

Beer - out

Bread - out

Snacks inc biscuits and chocolate - out

Fast and convenience food - out

Starbucks - out




Chicken and fish - in

Salad - in

Water - in

The odd glass of wine - in

Lunchtime diet bars and milkshakes - in



I'll continue with porridge in the mornings and a lowish calorie meal at night - thats how I managed to lose 1.5 stone last summer, but I really need to start doing more physical exercise to lose the inches as well.


Colonnic? You must be kidding
May-2012
Brooksy

Tony the in part of you diet is the normal Lanzarote diet, which blends well with clear blue skies, sun & sea.
May-2012
Tony_H
brooksy wrote:
Tony the in part of you diet is the normal Lanzarote diet, which blends well with clear blue skies, sun & sea.


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May-2012
Iceman
And the 'out' part is a good British diet that goes with cold, wet windy summers
May-2012
Iceman
Watching Louis Theroux in san Quentin prison. Some guy has 521 years and then 11 life sentences. Why does he have the luxury of living?

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May-2012
Far Queue
Iceman wrote:Watching Louis Theroux in san Quentin prison. Some guy has 521 years and then 11 life sentences. Why does he have the luxury of living?

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Answer = It is a punishment. If he were executed, it would be over swiftly. By Jailing people for life, they are being punished and know there is no chance of parole.
May-2012
Iceman
Very good point, however if that is the case why does death row exist? If someone had gone on a murder expedition and my family fell into that I would want them dead rather than, as one of the inmates referred to it, "being in a playground"

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