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post Oct 31 2016, 04:32 PM
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Do any of you eat cereal in the day or anything else? I used to be partial to a bowl of Cornflakes after school but I've got a new favourite now - porridge wub.gif Absolutely delicious and fills a massive gap between lunch and tea heart.gif

Also another question - do you like porridge? It's my FAVE at the moment, I could have it every meal of the day (I couldn't because I'd miss out on vital nutrients but I could if it was physically beneficial biggrin.gif)

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post Oct 31 2016, 04:44 PM
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Do I eat cereal at other times of the day? No. Never. (although sometimes I might have bars some of you might say are 'cereal bars' at other times though)
Do I like porridge? Maybe once in a while but definitely not the instant stuff you just pour boiling water into. It's one of the worst feelings ever
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post Oct 31 2016, 05:02 PM
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I eat cereal (especially muesli & granola) more during other times of the day than breakfast time actually. Maybe it's not such a good habit, because sometimes I eat it at ungodly hours just because I want to snack lol. For breakfast I prefer to just get a banana or something. Yea I don't have very "full" breakfasts...

I like porridge too, don't have it very often though.

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post Oct 31 2016, 06:21 PM
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It's... not the right thing to do but if there's nothing else in the cupboards then why not tongue.gif
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post Oct 31 2016, 06:33 PM
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My breakfast usually comes in the afternoon these days
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post Oct 31 2016, 06:56 PM
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Every now and then I have brinner (breakfast for tea) and this is because we Brits shamefully don't savour our breakfasts in our fast moving lifestyles. My brinner involves sausages, bacon, croissants, toast and whatever cereal o have at the time. Also orange juice.
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post Oct 31 2016, 07:07 PM
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*Cue Brade with incorrect opinion about cereal being better without milk* sleep.gif

I tend to eat cereal only as a morning thing, mainly when I'm going into work or somewhere in the morning as I just don't have the appetite for it then and it's not really filling enough to be a full meal when I am hungry. Porridge is DIVINE though, perfect excuse to have it as the weather's getting colder



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post Oct 31 2016, 07:11 PM
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QUOTE(Undead Wombat @ Oct 31 2016, 07:07 PM) *
*Cue Brade with incorrect opinion about cereal being better without milk* sleep.gif

kink.gif cereal with milk is soggy and horrible x

I have only ever had cereal for breakfast. The only breakfast food I eat at random times is toast. As for porridge, I do quite like it but haven't had it in years!

I sometimes do the opposite and have ice cream for breakfast tho
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post Oct 31 2016, 07:19 PM
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Sometimes at Uni when I couldn't be bothered to cook/didn't really have the money for a takeaway I would sometimes have a bowl of Shreddies for dinner (also the carbs make it a good post night out-pre bed snack if you need something and the kebab shop's shut. The more you know!). It's not a regular thing for me though.
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post Oct 31 2016, 07:47 PM
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Sometimes I'd eat Frosties out of the box as a snack, but only have cereal with milk (the best way) at breakfast time. Do like a good all day cooked breakfast for lunch though.

Love porridge, but feel a bit tired of it right now. Pret do a really nice porridge and I love to have it with honey. Don't mind the instant stuff that you pour water into but it's nicer made with milk definitely.
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post Nov 1 2016, 01:50 AM
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QUOTE(🎃SPUMPKIN🎃 @ Oct 31 2016, 02:21 PM) *
It's... not the right thing to do but if there's nothing else in the cupboards then why not tongue.gif
Yes it is!!! tongue.gif

Monday is usually "breakfast for dinner" day at my house. Usually have eggs and toast, sometimes pancakes, waffles, or French toast. It's nice because I don't leave myself enough time in the morning to make any of those things...not that I would anyway because cereal >>>. I love cereal as a late night snack too, without milk whereas I eat it with milk at breakfast.
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