A true fat kid has experienced all 10 of these things. A chubby kid scores a 5 out of 10. A skinny kid will deny even knowing what cake is. Decide whether each statement is true or false for your lifestyle – then count up the number of true answers and vote in the poll below!

  1. Eating cake over a sink means there are no calories – and it is much more delicious.
  2. Taco Bell tastes so much better at 1 a.m.
  3. Ordering two meals so you can have a “buffet” is a real thing. (Even better to skip the entree and order 3 appetizers…buffet baby!)
  4. Leftovers rarely make it to the next day – that 1 a.m. mealtime is calling your name. (See #2.)
  5. Pants shrink in the closet.
  6. Pants shrink in the dryer.
  7. Pants shrink just by being pants.
  8. There is never enough cheese on a pizza. More cheese please, sir!
  9. Walking around the house for 10 minutes is exercise for that cookie on the counter that will be eaten.
  10. Even within the same brand of clothing, you will have a variety of different sized pants. We don’t know why. We blame it on cake delirium suffered by the clothing manufacturers.

 


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8 replies on “What kind of “kid” are you…

  1. When I eat dinner at a restaurant with friends, I’ll ask for a box and act all dainty about it. I’ll be all, “Oooh, now I have something for lunch tomorrow!”

    Then the food is lucky if it lasts past 10 p.m.

    I didn’t even notice I did this until recently, but now it’s a fun game to see how long the food lasts in the fridge. I just can’t leave it alone if I know something delicious and freshly made is sitting in there! Blasphemy!

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      1. hahahaha
        It’s hard to be sneaky about it.
        I’m so glad I’m not alone. I’d love to be someone who can enjoy the meal again for lunch the next day, but nope. I’m just hyper-aware that it’s in my fridge. It’s basically begging me to eat it before I go to sleep.

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        1. If it involves cheese, it doesn’t even make it home. I once ate leftover tortellini while the Hubster drove. He wanted to know why didn’t just eat in the restaurant but I told him I had eaten an entire basket of bread and I needed time to digest. The car wiggling made that happen so I could enjoy my cheesy pasta

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