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Big Carl

Thursday, September 10, 2009

Yesterday I took my oldest son to work and had bribed him with I'll take you to lunch when were done. On the way home we did the Carl's Jr. drive-thru. We both think these char broiled burgers taste pretty good so we always used to eat there. Obviously the last 3 months, drive-thru's have been a big no no and I have only caved 2 other times while on vacation with just chicken things, no bread.

But yesterday was Big Carl, their new meaty cheesy burger. 920 calories and 59 fat of heaven. Damn it was good. Got home and wife made a frozen pizza about an hour later and I grabbed two slices.

Great and fun day. Weigh in was today for my challenge and did well 2.2 lbs gone for their week.

I better walk now.
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  • MZRITA
    Sounds yummy! Would love to have a candy bar right now my own self. *laughs*
    4237 days ago
  • RAINRUN
    That was not a very good eat day... I am gonna have to get those heals out on you emoticon Stay away from all those fast to fat food places... emoticon
    Just given you a hard time, a treat every now and again is ok but just one emoticon
    I know you will get back on track today =-)

    4237 days ago

    Comment edited on: 9/10/2009 3:00:58 PM
  • DIVAGLOW
    That sounds yummy. It is okay to have it once in awhile and you're doing good. You can't deprive yourself.
    4237 days ago
  • no profile photo CD5586355
    Mmmm sounds good! Congrats on the weight loss! We went to a restaurant and got burgers for my hubby's birthday in July, right around when I started here, and I remember saving most of my calories for dinner and damn did I enjoy that burger lol!

    Have a great day!
    Steph
    4237 days ago
  • BLONDEDOG
    Hey, it's cool so long as you don't start visiting him all the time! Glad you enjoyed!
    4237 days ago
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