14 Questions You Might Be Afraid to Ask About craving cereal
To say that I am a cereal addict would be a massive understatement.
To say that I am a cereal addict would be a massive understatement. I am a cereal addict and I am also a gamer. I’m a gamer just like the rest of you, with a few differences. I don’t have a console, my favorite game is Star Wars: Republic. I have a TV. I like to eat cereal.
I’m not sure what to call this addiction. It’s like the time I spent watching the trailer for “The Hunger Games” and then having a bowl of cereal.
I don’t like cereal, but I love Star Wars Republic. So I guess you could say I am addicted to something.
I actually saw a pretty good example of the cereal addiction earlier in the month. I was listening to the podcast in which one of the hosts described his obsession with the game Star Wars: Episode VII. He talked about how he would take snacks everywhere he went, and would sometimes eat entire bowls of cereal. He would even take a bowl of cereal to his job to eat it before he left.
I’ve also seen the “cant sleep without it” meme pop up in the news. A couple of years ago, I saw an article about a guy who was using the internet to eat cereal. As a result, he never felt hungry after eating a bowl of cereal, but he felt a lot less healthy. Apparently he was eating too much and wasn’t taking his meds. It’s a common problem.
So we’re back to that whole “everything is an idea” thing. The problem is we don’t really know exactly what we’re eating. In fact, we don’t know whether its real food or whether it’s a food made out of a combination of real food and other stuff. There’s also the question of whether we’re eating any real food at all.
You know what I mean. So you can eat a bowl of cereal and not feel the same way you felt when you ate some real food. You can eat a bowl of cereal and be really sick. You arent actually hungry and you may not even be sick.
Yeah, eating a bowl of cereal is pretty tasty, but when you actually know what you’re eating, you probably don’t feel so hungry anymore. A bowl of something you’ve actually eaten will probably only make you feel more hungry. A bowl of real food will probably make you feel like you’re starving for real food. I have a friend who eats a bowl of rice every meal, but then eats a bowl of cereal before dinner.
I have a great story for you. He has a friend who actually eats a bowl of cereal every day. For a long time before they tried to eat real food, they actually did. It happened because they were eating only the whole cereal bowl at once. But then they found out that they were basically eating the same thing every single day, so they started eating a bowl of cereal instead.