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authenticnow posted 6/6/2014 18:19 PM

Just had dinner out, get a doggy bag to take home because you just can't eat another bite. Get home and break into it because all of a sudden you're starving again?

LosferWords posted 6/6/2014 18:21 PM

Oh yeah. Only when I actually do have leftovers, though.

authenticnow posted 6/6/2014 18:31 PM

It is rare that I do, too. Tonight we had appetizers and salad and wine, so I was extra full. Usually I can keep up with the big boys with my appetite.

Sad in AZ posted 6/6/2014 19:42 PM

Lately, the only thing I can't finish at the restaurant is the Nuclear Mac N Cheese at the brewery. I get 3 days of indigestion out of one serving

jrc1963 posted 6/6/2014 20:44 PM


I can only eat so much of something and then I'm done. I am very bad with leftovers... either right after a meal or three days later.

I hate leftovers!

nowiknow23 posted 6/8/2014 06:46 AM

Sort of? As soon as I walk through the door with a doggie bag, DS is all up in my grill, interrogating me on the contents. It often doesn't survive the questioning.

rachelc posted 6/8/2014 06:52 AM

or get my leftovers wrapped up to take and forget them at the restaurant.
My kids put their names on their leftovers with the , "Dad, keep out!" written on their too.

Ascendant posted 6/8/2014 08:16 AM

I, uh, usually don't have food left to take with me.

Like here:

But on the occasion that I do take it with me, I do the exact same thing.

solus sto posted 6/8/2014 08:32 AM

Yes. Every time. I tell them to bring a takeout box with my order. Half of my order winds up in the box when I get "full." "Full" might last a whole hour or two after I get home. Maybe.

jjct posted 6/8/2014 08:43 AM

an, you peeps who do this, Ascendant -

Could you be pregnant?

Myname posted 6/8/2014 08:49 AM

Not only do I not take food home with me but I bring a snack to eat on the drive to the restaurant to hold me over until the appitizer comes. And I bring a snack for the ride home or eat again as soon as I get home.

I eat a lot.

BreatheAgain10 posted 6/8/2014 11:36 AM

I'm a very petite woman (like the size of an 11 yr old) so it's a given that I'll bring leftovers home as I'm usually starting to feel full by the time I get thru my salad and appetizer, lol. But I often get home and can eat again so my leftovers typically don't go to waste...
But just like nowiknow23, if my teenage son is around when we get home, I'm interrogated as to the contents of my doggie bag... I'm a tough cookie but occasionally my leftovers become a casualty of my teenager's large appetite

Ascendant posted 6/8/2014 12:37 PM

an, you peeps who do this, Ascendant -
Could you be pregnant?

It's possible....pregnancy test says no, but I have been fooled before....

BreatheAgain10 posted 6/8/2014 14:05 PM


BreatheAgain10 posted 6/8/2014 14:07 PM

I'm very pregnant... But I could eat often even while not pregnant... Smaller, more frequent meals. Or just plain pigging out sometimes

little turtle posted 6/8/2014 15:55 PM

Thanks for the reminder that I have leftovers in the fridge!!

I've eaten leftovers when I got home. Usually though, I feel like I shouldn't eat them right away. So I eat something else!

authenticnow posted 6/8/2014 20:19 PM

rachelc, we forget ours a lot of the time too! But this time the waiter reminded us as we were walking away.

I just realized that maybe I do that because if I don't, one of the kids usually eats it and by the time I go back to it it's gone and that makes me very sad!

TrulyReconciled posted 6/9/2014 09:27 AM

DS is all up in my grill

Dis sum bada$$ midwestern urban slang, yo'??

risingfromashes posted 6/9/2014 15:56 PM

My leftovers are always breakfast regardless of what they are.

Forged1 posted 6/9/2014 17:41 PM

Get home and break into it because all of a sudden you're starving again?

Let's just say that it's been known to happen around these parts.

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