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kinkmage:

Okay, so recently, I saw someone say that they couldn’t wait for their next payday so they could do a stuffing session, apologising that they didn’t have $40 to spare.
That seems a lot of money to me so I thought I’d make a basic guide. It’ll focus on being economic, but you can use it as a starter’s guide if you need one.
Basics:
Don’t waste money and time on empty calories. Things like chocolate and other sugary foods with little bulk to them are fun to eat, but they don’t actually take up much room in your stomach and are likely to make you feel nauseous early on.
Buy in bulk. If you’re looking at actual food rather than snacks, meals made from pasta and other foods that can be bought in larger amounts are usually quite cost effective. Rice, pasta and noodles are all good. (see below for pasta recipes)
I mentioned time. Time is your main enemy. The body takes around twenty to thirty minutes to realise it is full, so eat what you can before the food wall sets in!
Variation is important. Flavours and, more importantly, textures can get old fast. Make sure you’re eating something you like and switch it up if you need to. Sweet and salty flavours work well. If you plan to eat a gallon of ice cream, keep something crunchy and savoury nearby.
Liquids are brilliant for bloating but not good if you want to fit as much solid food in as you can. After a high carb meal, a glass of water can make all the difference, but if you’re trying to gain, steer clear of drinking until you’ve eaten what you need to!
Condiments are important if you’re trying to eat a large amount of dry carbs; they break up the flavour and texture, so keep a bottle handy.
Food groups:
If you’re into stuffing but are trying not to gain weight, it can be done. Try loading up with low calorie vegetables that still have a lot of mass. Aside from that, certain food groups can have a huge effect on your stuffing sessions.
Protein: hard to break down. Protein will fill you up much faster than other foods, which is why people try to eat as much as possible when dieting. You wont be able to eat as much as you’d like and the food wall will last much longer.
Sugar: As mentioned before, sugar induces nausea and usually isn’t bulky enough. 
Dairy: Things like ice cream can be amazing for stuffing and milk is great for cooling the heat of spicy food but it’s almost impossible to ingest high amounts of dairy without vomiting, so be careful.
Carbohydrates: these should be your main focus, especially if you’re gaining. Complex carbs like pasta, rice and bread are the best for stuffing and tend to expand once liquids are consumed. Baked goods are great because you can make them yourself for a reasonable price or look in your local bakery section for good deals. Pick up a bag of cookies or a box of doughnuts for a cheap session.
Recipes:
I’m a big fan of pasta. Well, I like Italian food in general; pizza is great if you’ve got some money to spare, a phone and you don’t feel like cooking. Pasta is easy to cook and you’ll probably accidentally cook more than you need to. Leftovers are great.
Spaghetti Bolognese:
There’s no real way to make this but this is how I do it. It’s pretty much a blend of what my mother (a chef) and a friend I met on tumblr taught me. 
Ingredients:
minced beef
tinned chopped tomatoes
tomato passata
garlic
onion
herbs/spices (I use oregano, basil and paprika)
sugar
salt
oil
Chop the onion.
Add oil to a pot and turn the stove onto a medium heat. Add the mince a stir it gently until all of the meat has changed colour.
Add onions and stir briskly to allow the onions to cook slightly before adding the tomatoes and passata.
Open clove of garlic and crush three sections into the pot. Add a few pinches of each herb/spice (this is open to interpretation, add however much you like) and sweeten with a spoonful of sugar (more if it tastes too much like tomato).
Allow to simmer, stirring occasionally for twenty minutes.
Cook pasta, serve and add grated parmesan cheese if preferred.
Sometimes I just add a little butter, cheese and oregano to cooked pasta, or I’ll add a cheap jar of sauce if I’m lazy. It’s ridiculously cost effective and perfect for stuffing.
Some BBC pasta recipes that tend to be quite healthy
 TLDR/more ideas:
So, as tempting as it may be to just go to the shop and buy a ton of junk food, that’s expensive and not that effective. Some cheap ways of stuffing include:
buying a family pack of baked goods
frozen pizzas
pasta + cheap sauce
budget noodles
boxes of mac n cheese
BREAD (really bread is just great, buy something nice from a bakery and stuff it with whatever fillings you’d like)
for gainers:
add cheese to everything (although cheese, especially when melted, acts the same way protein does to your appetite)
add butter to any sauces (or anything else you can)


Great post, but I’ve personally found that water (yes, water) can ease nausea and help food settle quickly to make more room!A few good sips when you start feeling full can make a world of difference to your intake. Now go get your nom on!

kinkmage:

Okay, so recently, I saw someone say that they couldn’t wait for their next payday so they could do a stuffing session, apologising that they didn’t have $40 to spare.

That seems a lot of money to me so I thought I’d make a basic guide. It’ll focus on being economic, but you can use it as a starter’s guide if you need one.

Basics:

  1. Don’t waste money and time on empty calories. Things like chocolate and other sugary foods with little bulk to them are fun to eat, but they don’t actually take up much room in your stomach and are likely to make you feel nauseous early on.
  2. Buy in bulk. If you’re looking at actual food rather than snacks, meals made from pasta and other foods that can be bought in larger amounts are usually quite cost effective. Rice, pasta and noodles are all good. (see below for pasta recipes)
  3. I mentioned time. Time is your main enemy. The body takes around twenty to thirty minutes to realise it is full, so eat what you can before the food wall sets in!
  4. Variation is important. Flavours and, more importantly, textures can get old fast. Make sure you’re eating something you like and switch it up if you need to. Sweet and salty flavours work well. If you plan to eat a gallon of ice cream, keep something crunchy and savoury nearby.
  5. Liquids are brilliant for bloating but not good if you want to fit as much solid food in as you can. After a high carb meal, a glass of water can make all the difference, but if you’re trying to gain, steer clear of drinking until you’ve eaten what you need to!
  6. Condiments are important if you’re trying to eat a large amount of dry carbs; they break up the flavour and texture, so keep a bottle handy.

Food groups:

If you’re into stuffing but are trying not to gain weight, it can be done. Try loading up with low calorie vegetables that still have a lot of mass. Aside from that, certain food groups can have a huge effect on your stuffing sessions.

Protein: hard to break down. Protein will fill you up much faster than other foods, which is why people try to eat as much as possible when dieting. You wont be able to eat as much as you’d like and the food wall will last much longer.

Sugar: As mentioned before, sugar induces nausea and usually isn’t bulky enough. 

Dairy: Things like ice cream can be amazing for stuffing and milk is great for cooling the heat of spicy food but it’s almost impossible to ingest high amounts of dairy without vomiting, so be careful.

Carbohydrates: these should be your main focus, especially if you’re gaining. Complex carbs like pasta, rice and bread are the best for stuffing and tend to expand once liquids are consumed. Baked goods are great because you can make them yourself for a reasonable price or look in your local bakery section for good deals. Pick up a bag of cookies or a box of doughnuts for a cheap session.

Recipes:

I’m a big fan of pasta. Well, I like Italian food in general; pizza is great if you’ve got some money to spare, a phone and you don’t feel like cooking. Pasta is easy to cook and you’ll probably accidentally cook more than you need to. Leftovers are great.

Spaghetti Bolognese:

There’s no real way to make this but this is how I do it. It’s pretty much a blend of what my mother (a chef) and a friend I met on tumblr taught me. 

Ingredients:

  • minced beef
  • tinned chopped tomatoes
  • tomato passata
  • garlic
  • onion
  • herbs/spices (I use oregano, basil and paprika)
  • sugar
  • salt
  • oil
  1. Chop the onion.
  2. Add oil to a pot and turn the stove onto a medium heat. Add the mince a stir it gently until all of the meat has changed colour.
  3. Add onions and stir briskly to allow the onions to cook slightly before adding the tomatoes and passata.
  4. Open clove of garlic and crush three sections into the pot. Add a few pinches of each herb/spice (this is open to interpretation, add however much you like) and sweeten with a spoonful of sugar (more if it tastes too much like tomato).
  5. Allow to simmer, stirring occasionally for twenty minutes.
  6. Cook pasta, serve and add grated parmesan cheese if preferred.

Sometimes I just add a little butter, cheese and oregano to cooked pasta, or I’ll add a cheap jar of sauce if I’m lazy. It’s ridiculously cost effective and perfect for stuffing.

Some BBC pasta recipes that tend to be quite healthy

 TLDR/more ideas:

So, as tempting as it may be to just go to the shop and buy a ton of junk food, that’s expensive and not that effective. Some cheap ways of stuffing include:

  • buying a family pack of baked goods
  • frozen pizzas
  • pasta + cheap sauce
  • budget noodles
  • boxes of mac n cheese
  • BREAD (really bread is just great, buy something nice from a bakery and stuff it with whatever fillings you’d like)

for gainers:

  • add cheese to everything (although cheese, especially when melted, acts the same way protein does to your appetite)
  • add butter to any sauces (or anything else you can)

Great post, but I’ve personally found that water (yes, water) can ease nausea and help food settle quickly to make more room!

A few good sips when you start feeling full can make a world of difference to your intake. Now go get your nom on!

laurathefoodie

Anonymous asked:

So what kinda messages are you more likely to respond to on OkCupid? cause I take the time to write nice, respectful messages to people and barely get any responses.

laurathefoodie answered:

It could have just as much or more to do with your profile as it does with your messages. Preferably your main photo should be a clear photo of just yourself (or you with a pet maybe,) smiling, no sunglasses or hat, and taken in natural light. Keep your profile short, simple, and lighthearted. Keep your messages the same. Don’t go into great detail about your entire life, don’t use cheesy pickup lines, don’t make the focus of your message how beautiful she is, and don’t lead with anything sexual. If you are only going to read two sections of a woman’s profile, (though I suggest you read all of it,) read the “looking for” and “message me if” sections so you’ll know if messaging her is even worth your time. And then, I hope this doesn’t come across as terribly rude, but try to have some level of self-awareness concerning your own level of attractiveness compared to the girls you’re messaging. There is someone out there for everyone, physically, but I feel like often men online message women they would never approach in a bar and disregard the women that, in person, they would actually feel confident making conversation with.

Slow clap…

feedeebeth
cl6672:

yetanotherfeeder:

hellothefatterthebetter:

chubbyisbetterhugeisbest:

curveplumper:

hellodayone:

Oh em gee. This is so fucking hottt. Somebody please promise you’ll do this to me.

Please… I’m going to get SO fat…

I love this picture sooooo much

fun all round

Like the idea of pouring a fattening milkshake into my growing wife like so, but gow to stop before it will get painful? 

Messy little piggy getting fattened ;)

cl6672:

yetanotherfeeder:

hellothefatterthebetter:

chubbyisbetterhugeisbest:

curveplumper:

hellodayone:

Oh em gee. This is so fucking hottt. Somebody please promise you’ll do this to me.

Please… I’m going to get SO fat…

I love this picture sooooo much

fun all round

Like the idea of pouring a fattening milkshake into my growing wife like so, but gow to stop before it will get painful? 

Messy little piggy getting fattened ;)

jakegrifball

jakegrifball:

titytwochainz:

ame0toko:

rinharu-trash:

Reminder that:

  • Mascots are terrible
  • they basically mock furries and otherkins
  • Do NOT support mascots
  • DON’T
  • Especially if they’re animals

This has been a Psa  (ノ◕ヮ◕)ノ*:・゚✧

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maybe im wrong but im pretty sure mascots existed before yall started suckin dick in rabbit suits

OP’s post gave me a brain tumor.