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    I've gotten in to the habit of eating two digestive biscuits a day. Otherwise I'm moderately healthy - have cereal/porridge in the mornings, wrap for lunch, and dinner is usually stir fry/ fish/chicken with veg etc.
    I also go to the gym every day, burning roughly 400 cals.

    Should I limit myself to 1 per day? The only other snack I have is peanut butter
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    Make it 1 and a half digestives to begin with if you cant handle going straight to 1 a day
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    Absolutely nothing wrong with eating 2 digestive biscuits a day, not sure why you think it's bad or whatever.
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    I have eaten a while packet of those things in a day.
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    A couple of digestive biscuits is not going to do you any harm at all.
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    I've eaten two packets of digestives before and I'm still alive.
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    More than one is haram. Sort it out mate
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    That's not that bad at all. I wish that I could eat as little sweet food as you
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    (Original post by peanutbuttercup)
    I've gotten in to the habit of eating two digestive biscuits a day. Otherwise I'm moderately healthy - have cereal/porridge in the mornings, wrap for lunch, and dinner is usually stir fry/ fish/chicken with veg etc.
    I also go to the gym every day, burning roughly 400 cals.

    Should I limit myself to 1 per day? The only other snack I have is peanut butter
    Gotten is not a word.

    If you want a couple of biscuits then have them - it's hardly out of control, is it!
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    Depends on the digestive, if it's chocolate then cut down to one but if it's the plain ones then eat 2
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    (Original post by Reality Check)
    Gotten is not a word.

    If you want a couple of biscuits then have them - it's hardly out of control, is it!
    Gotten is the past participle of get
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    (Original post by OddFuturez)
    Gotten is the past participle of get
    Not in British English it isn't:

    https://en.oxforddictionaries.com/definition/gotten

    This is a very common error.
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    (Original post by OddFuturez)
    Gotten is the past participle of get
    Found the English Lang. student

    What was the question?Oh yeah, biscuits and stuff.

    I eat 4 lunchbox sized chocolate bars a day, and that's just for lunch. But then, the work I do is very physical, so it (mostly) gets burnt off.
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    Then there's just me eating the entire Tesco bakery...
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    wtf i ate a whole pack of custard creams yday without thinkin twice?
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    (Original post by Reality Check)
    Gotten is not a word.

    If you want a couple of biscuits then have them - it's hardly out of control, is it!
    Gotten may not be grammatically correct in Britain, but you used an exclamation mark where you should have used a question mark.
    There's nothing wrong with correcting somebody's grammar, provided that you yourself have not made any errors.
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    (Original post by JustJusty)
    Gotten may not be grammatically correct in Britain, but you used an exclamation mark where you should have used a question mark.
    There's nothing wrong with correcting somebody's grammar, provided that you yourself have not made any errors.
    Unfortunately, the error is yours - what you're talking about is punctuation, not grammar.

    There's nothing wrong with correcting somebody's grammar, provided that you know what you're talking about.
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    Place a pack of chocolate digestives near me, and they'll barely last a minute near me. :no:
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    (Original post by Reality Check)
    Unfortunately, the error is yours - what you're talking about is punctuation, not grammar.

    There's nothing wrong with correcting somebody's grammar, provided that you know what you're talking about.
    There's also nothing wrong with typing a sentence, provided you leave a space after the full stop and before the emoji.
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    You absolute madman.
 
 
 
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