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    (Original post by pinda.college)
    It's delicous right
    ***** please. your mother is delicous.
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    Just any and all food, nom :pepsi::piggy::pizza::yum::cookie:
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    Twiglets. Ooo I could murder some right now... D:
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    (Original post by bigwhalegambler)
    ***** please. your mother is delicous.
    Is she, haven't tried her yet.
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    (Original post by lucy012)
    any one know of good websites to make timetables except get revising??
    TSR now has a function to do that. HERE
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    Organic Chocolate!

    (but this may cause weight afterwards)
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    I usually have an "exams diet" which means I don't actually 'snack' but have homemade special juice/smooth and 5 litres of water throughout.

    Example juice (add more or less liquids depending on preferred consistency):

    - Water
    - Soya Milk
    - 1 Banana
    - 5-8 Strawberries
    - Handful of walnuts
    - Oats
    - Teaspoon of coconut powder

    Along with my water, I usually go for 6-7 hours without eating during 'exams season' because I have a big breakfast (very healthy, not full English or other greasy stuff) and a light dinner (probably a protein-induced salad with more water). I also get more sleep (no less than 8 hours) which helps with my cravings for snack later on.

    You should try that!


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    Pringles <3


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    Tea and chocolate every time

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    Banana
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    A raw onion and baking soda.
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    Welll today I had ice cream, starburst, crisps, biscuits and a bakewell tart :cookie: The only remotely healthy thing I eat when revising is grapes or a yogurt, but usually its mainly crisps and sweets tbh.
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    Cup of tea and a good supply of stroopwafels
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    (Original post by itssimplyme)
    Pringles <3


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    OMG yess!!! Pringles FTW!!


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    Water. Don't think it's a snack though :L


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    Chicken and more chicken. Fried chicken. Or just whole 12 inch sub. :drool:
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    KFC. I put on a*stone in a month during my A Level exams :lol:
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    I like healthy snacking foods such as a bowl of fresh grapes/melon/apple/pineapple, or dried yogurt coated cranberries and almonds. I make blocks of cheese on a stick if I'm feeling adventurous, and no revision is complete without copious amounts of coffee


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    Grapes - sweet, and you have lots of them!


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    Oranges, and lots and lots of chocolate
 
 
 
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