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“I'm Done Eating.”

From: Seth Dillingham In Response To: Top of Thread.  
Date Posted: Saturday, September 16, 2006 9:28:20 AM Replies: 1
   
Enclosures: None.

Yesterday Corinne and Jed pooled their talents to cater the wedding rehearsal dinner for my cousin Mandi and her fiancé Ben Isbell.

I don't want to eat any more. Period. I'm done. NO MORE FOOD.

Last night undid six months of trying to lose weight and get in shape.

I don't have the worst of it, though. At least I don't have to try to shoehorn myself into wedding garments.

The evening started with enough hors d'oeuvres to nearly fill the fifty people that *may* have been there (only about 35 showed, I think). Then came the tenderloin steaks (with Bernaise sauce!), the grilled swordfish, the chicken asiago, the twice baked potatoes, the corn, and at least a dozen other items I haven't remembered.

When everyone was completely stuffed, with buttons popping left and right and quiet whimpers of "please, no more!"... only then did the bread pudding make its appearance.

The pudding was alive, and had telekinesis. It looked into our stomachs and pushed the food down (Jed said it pushed it down into his leg). Suddenly we all had "just a little" more room.

The pudding was wily, though. It expands to triple — nay, quadruple — its original volume AFTER you eat it. A few of the guests actually exploded.

So, I'm done. No more food. I've eaten enough, and don't plan on being hungry anymore.

Except maybe one more bite of that bread pudding. But then I'm really done.


Discussion Thread:
  • RE: I'm Done Eating. (by Ellyn Schlageter at 9/18/2006)

    I'll be reminding you of the statements made in this post.

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