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    Pringles or biscuits.
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    Anything! As long as you know you wont wake up for bad digestion and end up throwing it all back up.
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    (Original post by Adammmmm)
    Man i haven't been on this forum in AGES! It really will, just skive some classes tomorrow and have the curry then...
    You need to catch up! :yes:
    I'm off college tomorrow, got a driving lesson so probably have curry for tea. Bed time I spose!
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    (Original post by truthandtragedy)
    Cheese gives me nightmares too! I used to include eating cheesy toast in my bedtime routine when I was younger, took me a while to realise that it was screwing with my dreams. I got chased by a huge mammoth in one of them. Scary ****! :yes:
    i used to dream i was getting chased by a tiger in the jungle every time i had cheese before bed scary shiz indeed :p:
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    I'm currently eating my way through several packs of rich tea biscuits....haven't had them in ages
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    Aww, make egg mayo on toast, or a hotdog :coma:

    If you don't have these supplies, go for the curry :top:
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    Noodles! Accompanied by some Law and Order Special Victims Unit. Great night.
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    cereal is good no matter what time of day it is! and anything toastable is nice as a midnight snack.
    the cheese thing is a total myth btw, not true in the slightest! yummm cheese is also one of my fave cheeky snacks before bed.
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    (Original post by Sabertooth)
    Eat the curry. Eating this late on a one off won't hurt you. I just had a pop tart :p:
    Oh yeah i just remembered pop tarts, yum yum... i've not had 1 in years
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    just eat everything you can get your hands on. oh thats a nice apple NOM ooh i think ill have these biscuits, om nom nom, oh no stationary crumbs on my jeans! not today sir, *flick* etc...
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    (Original post by b_raza)
    Oh yeah i just remembered pop tarts, yum yum... i've not had 1 in years
    Ever tried hot fudge sundae ones? Omg....they truly are the king of pop tarts Can't get them in the UK unless you pay extortionate prices though.
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    Rice Krispies or Frosties.
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    Don't eat the curry until you look under the table...you'll know what I mean when you do it.
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    a milk protein isolate shake with greek yogurt and tahini, that's acceptable.
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    who is the guy in your siganture?
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    (Original post by EmiPark)
    Don't eat the curry until you look under the table...you'll know what I mean when you do it.
    What?!
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    (Original post by Jfranny)
    who is the guy in your siganture?
    Gerard Butler. :yes:
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    (Original post by truthandtragedy)
    Gerard Butler. :yes:
    Is he gay, surely..
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    (Original post by truthandtragedy)
    What?!
    Do it!!!!
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    I just tried to warm up veggie shepards pie and got told to 'go to bed'.
 
 
 
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