Daily Thoughts Of A Chronically Hungry Girl
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Daily Thoughts Of A Chronically Hungry Girl

Daily Thoughts Of A Chronically Hungry Girl

While most people can eat about three meals a day and be satisfied there are others who are never full, so here is an inside scoop on the daily thoughts of a chronically hungry girl.

1. Hmm, what should I eat for breakfast?

2. I’m trying to be good maybe just two eggs. Three eggs, a protein shake and a banana, later.

3. Okay, cool, maybe I’ll make it to lunch today.

4. (One hour later), crap, I’m already hungry.

5. Good thing I was prepared and packed a granola bar.

6. Okay, well this might hold me until lunch time.

7. Doing well, only two hours left until lunch.

8. (Forty minutes later) Damn it, I’m hungry again.

9. Ha-ha, good thing I planned for this. 10. Oh, no! Where is my apple?

11. I left it on the counter! This is a travesty.

12. Okay, be strong we can do this.

13. Omg, I hate everyone.

14. Look at those happy people; look how happy they are. I’d be happy too if I had a snack.

15. I’m going to snap.

16. The next person that looks at me is going down.

17. Seriously, I’m ready to gnaw my arm off.

18. That’s it, I’m doing it

19. Don’t try to stop me.

20. Okay, fine, I’m not really going to eat my arm.

21. I might die, though.

22. Yup, definitely going to die.

23. I’m going to die right here.

24. Yup, it's happening. I’m dying.

25. There I go.

26. This is the end.

27. Wow its 1:30 already.

28. Final stretch; we can do this.

29. Just keep yourself occupied.

30. Are you sure the clock's not broken?

31. It’s been way more than 10 minutes.

32. Two o’clock. Finally time for lunch!

33. Bring on the food!

34. Alright. I am going to try to be good today.

35. I’ll make a wrap and get something from the salad bar.

36. Well, maybe I’ll make a sandwich

37. But they have chicken fingers, so maybe I’ll get a few of those also.

38. Focus; we still have to go to the salad bar.

39. I’m going to need another plate.

40. I wonder if everyone is judging me, right now?

41. I don’t really care.

42. I love food more than people, anyway.

43. I have got to get the white plate; it holds more food.

44. Maybe I’ll get some carrots.

45. That seems like a good amount.

46. Maybe, I’ll get some more.

47. Okay, I need to stop.

48. Well, now that I have a full plate of just carrots I guess I’ll just have to get another plate.

49. Okay, seriously, you are getting hummus and that’s it.

50. Look pasta salad!

51. A little couldn’t hurt.

52. I wonder if I can carry two cups and my plate.

53. I don’t really feel like making a third trip.

54. Okay, good, we can do this (slowly walking).

55. Yes! I made it to the table without dropping anything.

56. Ten minutes later…

57. Who wants dessert?

58. Well, this was a successful lunch.

59 This should hold me over until dinner.

60. Walks into dorm. “Well, maybe I’ll just have a little snack.”

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