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By Anonymous - / Friday 19 May 2017 17:08 /
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By  lovely234_fml  |  14

Just... Buy a Danish like a grown up? What the heck is this? How does your diet have anything to do with this decision? Who are you to dumpster dive instead of buying a Danish? I'm so lost...

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  Briarpatch  |  16

Yup. When people fall off deprivation diets, they tend to fall hard, and it's extremely hard to resume such a diet. On the other hand, moderation is a whole lot easier to maintain than deprivation is. Use a calorie counter, and keep track of what percentage of your calories are coming from fat, carbs, and protein. You can work out a more sensible routine that won't send you dumpster diving.

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  Briarpatch  |  16

Yup. When people fall off deprivation diets, they tend to fall hard, and it's extremely hard to resume such a diet. On the other hand, moderation is a whole lot easier to maintain than deprivation is. Use a calorie counter, and keep track of what percentage of your calories are coming from fat, carbs, and protein. You can work out a more sensible routine that won't send you dumpster diving.

By  lovely234_fml  |  14

Just... Buy a Danish like a grown up? What the heck is this? How does your diet have anything to do with this decision? Who are you to dumpster dive instead of buying a Danish? I'm so lost...

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  Viewerv  |  2

Apparently, there are anti establishment, artsy hippies who's objection to the man extends to living in squats and dumpster diving. Apparently, they even have dumpster diving parties. I guess it's extreme dedication to non-commercialism. I couldn't do it personally.

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