What are you eating for lunch?

And how is your day? Mine is frustrating but not terrible. Remember when someone discovered this whole stock photo meme of women laughing alone with salad? Those were simpler times. All I’ve eaten today is an avocado because I need to grocery shop, but I have a task rabbit coming any minute (my first one!) so I’ll have to survive a few more hours.

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5 Responses to What are you eating for lunch?

  1. hotspur says:

    Lately money is tight and I’m fat, so I’ve combined these two disasters into eating a peanut-butter sandwich every day for lunch. I noticed the most athletic dude in the office just eats a peanut butter sandwich for every lunch, so I’m concluding it will make me fit, and it’s definitely cheaper than the big salad place, the ramen joint, or the lobster truck.

    • Tracey says:

      Buying lunch every day is really expensive. I stock my freezer with frozen entrees to heat up at work, I’ve been eating a Trader Joe’s cauliflower rice, tofu, and sweet potatoes bowl four days a week basically all year.

  2. welcometocostcoiloveyou says:

    I will be eating the same thing I always eat for lunch. Pita chips, Green Goodness juice, and a handful of Cookie Crisp cereal for something sweet.

    I should switch it up from time to time, but I am a creature of habit, and all of those things are delicious, so we’ll see if I ever change.

    • Tracey says:

      Do you hit a wall at some point? I’ve done that since childhood, in like 2nd grade I ate egg salad sandwiches every day for a year until suddenly I couldn’t eat one eve again.

      • hotspur says:

        I hit a wall with spaghetti. I ate spaghetti with jarred tomato sauce for lunch every day at my first office job. I was so broke! Made it the night before (usually eating it for dinner too), put it in tupperware, microwaved it at lunchtime — every day for more than a year and then… one day… I could not physically swallow it. I could chew it — but not swallow it. At all. So weird. And for the next decade, the mere thought of spaghetti made me immediately ill and depressed.

        I’m back on it now IF there’s meatballs to focus on. Although, writing this reminiscence, I did feel my throat lock up a little…

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