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Meal hack, make your own McGriddle with protein French toast, egg whites, turkey sausage, and cheese. 785 calories including a little bit of butter and 80 grams of protein đŸ’ȘđŸŸ

2023.05.28 23:47 joemoore98 Meal hack, make your own McGriddle with protein French toast, egg whites, turkey sausage, and cheese. 785 calories including a little bit of butter and 80 grams of protein đŸ’ȘđŸŸ

Meal hack, make your own McGriddle with protein French toast, egg whites, turkey sausage, and cheese. 785 calories including a little bit of butter and 80 grams of protein đŸ’ȘđŸŸ submitted by joemoore98 to moreplatesmoredates [link] [comments]


2023.05.17 03:14 Enough_Economist4980 How to bring up my husband's overeating politely?

I (34f) just had to go on weygovy. I have PCOS, hypertension, thyroid issues, and a few other issues associated with my PCOS and weight gain from PCOS, so losing weight is really difficult for me. My husband (36m) is seeing my results and has made himself an appointment to also get weygovy. The issue is that he doesn't have any preexisting conditions that might make it difficult for him to lose weight. In fact, every time we've buckled down and worked out and ate well, he lost significant amounts of weight while I stayed the same weight. I would always give up because nothing worked, and he would gain the weight back.
My husband's issue is that he used to be in the military, so not only does he scarf his food like he's never going to eat again, but he also eats waaay more than he should because he was told in the military that he needs to eat 5-6k calories a day. I had to explain to him that he was having to eat that much because he was running like 10 miles a day, but he keeps telling me I'm wrong and that you have to eat a lot to have energy, which he's technically not wrong, but he keeps mansplaining weightloss to me, when I've been on a God damn diet for 20 fucking years because I actually have a medical issue that makes it impossible to lose weight.
This weekend I went to a get together with friends and found my husband's breakfast receipt from McDonald's in the car. This man ate 2 hashbrowns, 2 sausage egg and cheese english muffins, and 2 sausage egg and cheese mcgriddles. This man ate almost 2400 calories before I even woke up that morning, which is my bmr.
I have been sitting on this for a few days, and I don't know how to bring this up to him because I feel like he's going to shut the conversation down, or blame the military lifestyle when he's been out for over 10 years now. I'm scared for him because both his father and grandfather died in their 50s from heart attacks, and I just don't know what to say to him anymore to get it through to him that he needs to slow down and cap his calories.
I understand the overeating could be emotional, but he has said he would see a therapist in the past and hasn't done it, so I'm not sure that is an option. Is there any other way to broach this topic with him that would help him understand, or should I just keep my mouth shut and let him go on weygovy?
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2023.04.21 04:04 ryan00000000000000 Recommendations For Epic Cheat Day

Doc told me to get my life together on cholesterol. I’ve been a good boy. 80% of calories from fruits and veggies etc. But I stay sane by tossing self control out the window from sunset Friday through Saturday. What’s your recommendation for an epic cheat day? Breakfasts, beers, snacks, lunches, dinners, desserts, cocktails, wings, ribs, steaks, two McGriddles and a baked apple pie
you’ve got 24 hours to live and you have to stay in KC. What do you eat/drink?
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2023.04.14 16:33 Peter_Rodrigues1986 Mcdonalds app automatically applies unremovable coupon

Mcdonalds app automatically applies unremovable coupon
Mcdonalds App automatically applies an unremovable 2 for $6 coupon so I can't use any other deal which would save me 8 dollars compared to the lower amount the unremovable couple save me
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2023.03.06 20:03 OfficerLollipop why can't I say no

Yesterday morning, I was with my mom, and I was feeling full from my breakfast of one boiled egg and an apple.
She offered me a kombucha tea, which had 50 calories (I don't drink my calories unless there's fiber in the drink or if its medicinal). I tried to reason with her, but it was no use. I was forced to take a sip, and she said, "You're making a face," because I didn't want it. Later, she pulled into mcdonalds and got me half a mcgriddle and a coffee with 5 creams. I would have wanted to scream, "No, I want one of those plain black!" But I didn't. She also offered me a 160-calorie muffin on the side.
Looking back, I considered that my lunch. But still, why am I such a doormat?
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2023.01.05 02:02 gagagirl-1 Today was
 not my finest work. Moving sucks

Today was
 not my finest work. Moving sucks submitted by gagagirl-1 to 1200isfineIGUESSugh [link] [comments]


2022.08.24 19:42 demburgers chucmk mcgrill

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2022.07.28 17:08 About7fish A lighter night shift rant: only breakfast is available when we leave.

Day shift has their pick of the litter when they leave work. If you can physically get there or a third party can physically get to you for a shitzillion dollars in delivery fees, you can eat it. Italian, Chinese, Indian, even MickeyDs if that's what strikes your fancy. After a long day's effort you're rewarded with whatever your stomach might desire.
Ain't shit for night shift. Hungry on your way home? Hope you like biscuits, one of three meats, and powdered eggs. They're somehow the exact same no matter where you get them. Bacon is bacon, sausage is sausage, etc. There's no discernible differences in flavor, texture, or the dump that will follow a couple hours later. Oh sure, you can church it up every now and again by having grits instead of hash browns - a Sophie's Choice between an empty carb flavored with ketchup or an empty carb flavored with what does not quite successfully pass as butter from those little packets they give you - but that's about it.
I've never understood it. What's the deal with breakfast food? Why do we pigeonhole ourselves into the same handful of options over and over again? I can understand it from the perspective of a breakfast as fuel kind of person who eats a portion of oatmeal with a piece of fruit to stay just full enough not to be hangry by lunch time. I get that. But if we're eating for taste then why have we decided that these handful of options are the definitive ones? What committee decided that our options should be so limited?
Let's revisit that earlier namedrop, McDonalds. Compare a big mac to a sausage egg and cheese mcgriddle. For the same amount of calories as the mcgriddle, the big mac gives you 3 fewer grams of fat (including 2 grams fewer of saturated fat), another gram of fiber, 6 fewer grams of sugar, another 1.5mg of iron, 155 fewer milligrams of cholesterol, another 110mg of potassium, and 280 fewer milligrams of sodium. The most important meal of the day indeed.
So if we're not doing this for taste and we're not doing this for health, just what the hell are we doing? Why can't a man roll out of report and get himself a bucket of chicken? People talk all the time about the downsides of night shift. The detriment to physical and mental health, the death of social life, the difficulty of accomplishing errands and maintenance in the world of the daywalker, these are all well known. But this final injustice, this culinary catastrophe, this galling gustatory grievance, I cannot abide.
I think it goes without saying that I'm not actually that passionate about the subject, but c'mon, man. I just want to have my breakfast spaghetti in peace.
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2022.04.22 18:31 4UTOMAT I wake up every morning craving the greasiest/most disgusting fast food ever.

Even though I have plenty of food at home, I have this massive compulsion to order a ton of fried crap on UberEats. Sometimes I wont even finish it, I’ll have a few bites and just be disgusted. And because it’s McDonalds it tastes awful after an hour of sitting outside.
I’m wasting money and destroying my body, but I can’t understand why. I’m also wasting any progrùs si make when going to the gym, which I do about 3 times a week for strength training. Typically when I do this I wont have lunch but just a snack, like some hard boiled eggs or some fruit, and then ill cook diner after. Nothing fancy, just some meat, rice and veggies.
It’s just these morning cravings that are killing me. It’s like I’m not able to get out of bed unless I know my two sausage mcgriddles and hash browns are on their way.
I’ve seen some things online mentioning stress and anxiety could be a factor. My sleep cycle is a bit off but im not sure how I can regulate that without using other substances.
Should I try eating a larger dinner? I typically eat until im full, not really counting calories or portion sizes.
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2022.04.07 02:39 DarthGrt7 Been clean since the Mar 24th started taking fiber powder and charcoal

M25 230lb 5' 11" I have a job offer on the table and a drug test stands in the way been using D9 vape carts for awhile, I've had recent breaks though while on work trips. I have been able to dilute enough to pass home tests, but that stuff was basically water. I've always been a consistent water drinker and have since bumped my water intake, peeing like crazy. Started St John's Wort, One a day vitamin supp, B vitamin complex, creatine pills, charcoal, and fiber at the beginning of the week been calorie restricting like crazy, roughly 1k a day. I go on walks but that's about it. Test may have to be next week though they want me to start the week of the 25th. Gonna see when I have to get the test done.
Super anxious about this makes me wish I had quit sooner. I have a couple detoxify readycleans in my fridge and am planning on carbing up a couple days prior, continuing my fiber powder and charcoal all the way up to the day of the test.
Day of the test the plan is to carb up with some Mcgriddles hashbrowns, a soda sometime and other junk. Down the 2 Detoxifys, fiber and charcoal and have some water a few hours before the test and home testing a couple times before going.

Any advice?
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2022.01.25 00:16 ila2626 Lower Calorie McGriddle

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2021.12.21 11:21 MistressCutie420 Can't sleep and not eat and not engage in [insert vice here]

It seems in order for me to create enough of a calorie debt to lose weight I have to sacrifice my ability to sleep on that given night. In order to not binge late at night, I have to just... distract myself...then I can't sleep.
I'm sure my bipolar is a big factor in this. I distract myself by "binging" on specific bad foods or other vices, BFRBs or trying to get myself sucked into organizeing my hoarded house, reddit, just trying to get sucked into anything that will hold my focus so I can stop fantasizing about that mcgriddle.
I just can't seem to keep my act together by the end of the day bc I can't sleep and then it gets so late that McDonald's is serving breakfast. Like ok, I can get the "not binging" plate up n spinning, but then I try to get the "sleep enough to be able to drive safely the next day" plate up n spinning and I can just barely get it going but then the "shower regular" and "brush ur teeth regularly" plates go down and im like "fuck, I barely even got a chance to get the 'stop picking ur cuts open to the point that its gonna cause health issues soon' plate started!
Then other times, ill crash n binge/sleep the majority of the day. (That actually how I spent Friday through Sunday) But I weight myself every day and if I backslide more then a certain amount i snap back into it, have one really healthy productive day where I eat very little.... then find it impossible to sleep.... then it's time for the fast food places to start serving all those special breakfasts u can only get at a certain hr.
Anyone here having a similar issue who can relate? Offer advice/companionship/support? Maybe some fellow dieters out there that also struggle w bipolamental health issues? Thanks for listening.
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2021.08.10 20:14 Either-Bumblebee-287 What has been your worst binge eating day or episode

Hi everyone I am a little curious and hope this make me feel better. I have been binging 4 days in a row and my worst binge was yesterday this is what I ate:
And I think is all but I tracked all and it was about 8k calories the day
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2021.07.29 21:34 CheckMyBrain11 #GEXVI [Cumbria and Lancashire North] The Brain drops a fat verse describing the Tories' commitment to fighting obesity

Lemon pepper freestyle beat starts playing as the Brain starts to freestyle
Uhh, heart just turned purple
Fast food for dinner, it all comes full circle
Butter on the popcorn, you don't need another kernel
(I been tryin', tryin', tryin', tryin')
That McDouble with cheese, too much calories by a hundred
Big chain restaurants be misleading the public
That McGriddle fat content doing some unbelievable numbers
(I been tryin', tryin', tryin', tryin')
Yeah, it's time the government got some leverage
For the public health impact high calorie food hedges
And add some ways to get fresh veg in the food deserts
Leader Chi called in the pit boss, double checkin'
"Yeah boss, that KFC will cost ten dollars instead of seven"
Lemme get a lemon pepper order, please
Check the nutrition facts before you order these
Fighting calorie dense food is the key
To make everyone just as skinny as me
Calorie facts, be giving you all the messages
These days, health is disconnected from excellence
Obesity impacts everyone, no matter what your profession is
I used to be heavy too, this rap is where my confessions live
(I been tryin', tryin', tryin', tryin')
You should've seen the way I was appearin' before
Private villas only, I don't go near a resort
Every night for dinner, know I had gyros Galore
(I been tryin', tryin', tryin', tryin')
The beat cuts and the Brain begins to speak.
Obesity and heart problems are among the leading causes of death in the United Kingdom. Vote Conservative for pragmatic solutions to the causes of weight and heart problems. Vote Ico for Cumbria and Lancs North.
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2021.02.06 01:28 TPSavage I Just Saw a Craigslist Ad for Myself

I thought it was a prank at first, just a belated April fools joke from one of my buddies. I never thought for a second that it could have spiraled into the horrifying mess I've found myself in.
The thick stone ceiling above me has made calling the cops impossible but I think I have just enough signal to get this out to the internet, my note in a bottle if you will.
There are no clocks here, but as far as I can tell, this all started a few hours ago.
I sat hunched over my computer desk, squinting at the harsh blue light of my monitor. I was going through my nightly ritual of scanning through craigslist for any good deals.
I was moments away from powering the computer down and giving my tired brain a break when I saw it. The image was so surreal, it took me a moment to figure out what I was looking at.
There, nestled between a vintage typewriter and a dusty old sofa, was a picture of me.
The title was my full name and the price was listed at $1500.
I mentally went through all of my friends and family, trying to figure out who would do something like this, but came up empty-handed.
I saw there were more pictures and went to scroll through them but hesitated. I was afraid that I'd be met with fuzzy polaroids of me taken from behind bushes and through windows.
However, as I scrolled through the images, I realized I recognized each one. I'd taken them.
They were all from my Facebook feed. A selfie I'd taken with some friends at a bar. A picture of me at the beach with my girlfriend.
I felt my heart rate begin to quicken. My Facebook was set to private and I never friended anyone I didn't know. How had these pictures gotten onto the internet?
I clicked the listing and began anxiously reading the description.
Product is a 26-year-old caucasian male. It is 237 pounds and 5' 8''. It consumes approximately 2,200 calories per day.
I raised an eyebrow at that last line. What would anyone want with that information?
It went on to describe everything I'd eaten for the past 2 weeks in meticulous detail. Everything from the McGriddle I'd had on my way to work, to the Snickers I'd munched on today after dinner.
They even knew about my ADD medication.
I nervously glanced around my house, suddenly feeling naked and vulnerable. Where were they getting this information? How long had they been keeping tabs on me?
Just when I thought it couldn't get any worse I saw a short message at the end of the post that made my skin crawl.
Product is unathletic and should be easily collected by 2-3 people. Bringing weapons are suggested but not needed.
Collected? Any hope of this being a joke was beginning to evaporate.
How many people had seen the listing by now? What kinds of people go searching for a listing like this at all?
Then I had a thought that made me bring a hand to my mouth. Did this page have my address listed? It seemed terrifyingly possible. The listing had seemingly every other detail about me, why not that?
My eyes scanned the web page until I found a message that explained everything.
Address for $1500 dollars. Email me if interested.
It made a sick sort of sense. They'd found a way to monetize their stalking. Why let such great talent go to waste, right?
I wondered how many other people he'd done this to? How many home invasions and robberies and abductions he'd helped facilitate just for a few thousand bucks.
I immediately flagged the post, hoping to have it taken down. However, I quickly realized it would take hours, maybe even days for the moderators at craigslist to get to it. I didn't have that time to spare.
My fingers flew across the keyboard, searching Google for some way to get ahold of the people at Craigslist, but in the end, all I could find was a generic contact form.
Getting desperate, I opened my email to try one last gambit. I plugged in the seller's address, a random string of numbers and letters, and typed out a desperate plea to take down the listing, offering 5 times the original price.
Waiting for a response was torture. I passed the time by running around my house, locking all of the doors and windows. I also turned out all of the lights to make it look like no one was home.
I knew realistically, the odds of some psycho seeing the post was slim. But the internet was a big place and I didn't want to take any chances.
I was so on edge that by the time I heard the ding of the email notification, my heart practically jumped out of my chest.
I regret to inform you that the information has already been purchased.
I buried my head in my hands. I had been too late. How long ago had it been bought? 10 minutes ago? An hour? A day?
My line of thought was broken when the crackle of wheels on gravel brought my attention to the window. I pulled the curtains aside and peered out into the night, careful to reveal as little of myself as possible.
A black SUV was pulling into my driveway, its occupants hidden behind a dark window. I told myself everything was fine; That they were just doing a 3 point turn and would be gone any minute.
However, instead of driving away, the doors popped open in unison. Two figures emerged from the car, dressed head to toe in black.
I wanted to turn and run but fear had paralyzed me. I watched helplessly as the men marched up to the front door and knocked loudly. I realized then that their plan must have been to wait for me to answer the door and drag me into their car, but I knew better.
I began calling 911, cursing myself for not doing it sooner. The door was heavy oak and would take them at least a minute or two to kick down.
That's when I heard it. There was a strange beeping sound coming from the other side of the door. After racking my brain for a few moments I figured out what it was.
It was the beeping of my door's keypad. They couldn't possibly know the code, could they? Then it dawned on me.
The creep who'd posted the listing knew everything about me. Of course, they knew the passcode.
My blood ran cold and I dashed away from the door, looking for a place to hide.
Click.
The door unlocked. I ducked behind a corner into the kitchen just as it began to slowly creak open.
The backdoor was at the other side of the kitchen and I began creeping toward it, grateful I'd turned the lights out earlier.
The two men cautiously stepped into the living room, talking in hushed voices about where I might be. I had almost made it to the backdoor when I bumped into the kitchen table. I cursed myself for not seeing it.
Their whispers immediately stopped and they began marching toward me, forcing me to improvise a hiding place.
I slipped into my kitchen's pantry and shut the door just as the light clicked on. The men, apparently no longer concerned with stealth, began stomping around the kitchen, looking for me.
I squeezed my eyes shut and prayed they didn't look inside, knowing I'd be completely helpless if they did. I bit down on my knuckles and time seemed to stretch out forever.
But they eventually left, going deeper into the house to search for me. I let out a sigh of relief.
Buzzzz.
My phone was ringing in my pocket. I took it out and it was my girlfriend, Lexi.
My eyes widened. Lexi. She'd be home any minute. What if the men decided to take her instead.
I answered the call.
"Hey you," she said.
"Lexi, don't come to the house. It's not safe!"
"Oh my God, where are you?" she asked, fear creeping into her voice.
"I'm hiding in the pantry. I think I'm safe for now but-"
The line went dead. I felt my heart sink. Had they gotten to her already? Had I not warned her in time?
Then I heard something strange vibrating noise in the room over. One of the men's phone was ringing. He answered it and listened a moment.
His voice was raspy and muffled. "He's where?"
Another pause. Then footsteps, thundering straight toward me. My mind raced momentarily, and then it hit me.
The one who had posted the listing hadn't been stalking me, they had been living with me. Lexi was the one who'd posted it.
And she'd just told them exactly where I was. I burst out of the pantry and made a break for the door, just as the two men rounded the corner behind me.
I wanted to look back but fought the urge. If I looked back I'd get nervous and if I got nervous I'd stumble and if I stumbled they'd drag me into their car and do God knows what.
I flung open the backdoor and ran into the cool damp air. However, before I could make a break for it, one of them caught me by the hood, snapping my neck back.
The fabric tightened around my throat like a snake, making it hard to breathe. I blindly threw an elbow behind me and it connected with his ribs.
The man cried out in pain and I felt his grip loosen by just a fraction. A fraction was all I needed.
I tucked in my chin, drew in my arms, and wriggled out of the hoodie, falling to the wet earth on hands and knees. I made a mad dash for the treeline.
As I ran I heard angry shouts from behind me.
"Just shoot!"
"The damn thing is jammed!"
"Oh give me that!"
A loud pop rang out in the night and something whizzed past my ear. I wondered what they'd shot at me. The sound was too quiet to be a gun.
A quick glance behind me revealed one of the men was holding what looked like a small, lightweight sniper rifle. It was green with a strange white chamber at the bottom.
What the hell is that thing?
The man shoved something inside, clicked it back, and took aim.
Pop.
Fear shot through me like a bolt of electricity. I jerked my body out of the way just in time for something to fly past me and bury itself in a nearby tree. It was a dart.
They were shooting at me with a tranquilizer gun; Like I was a wild animal.
The treeline was about 40 feet away now. My lungs felt like they were full of bees but I kept running anyway, knowing if I slowed even a fraction they'd catch me.
I did my best to avoid the darts, diving out of the way whenever I heard one of those sickening pops, but eventually, my luck ran out. Just as I reached the treeline, ready to disappear behind the dense foliage, I felt a red hot sting in my back.
Exhaustion began flooding my body, making my movements slow and sluggish. The world spun around me and soon, I found myself on the forest floor.
My memories of what happened next are jagged and frayed: the click of a trunk, the jangle of chains.
When I finally came to my senses I found myself on a damp, concrete floor, bathed in darkness, shivering from the biting cold. The only noise breaking the eery silence were the heavy thuds of footsteps over my head.
They left me my phone, maybe to keep me from going crazy, maybe to taunt me. To ensure I can't ask for help, they've somehow blocked all posting or messaging features. At least, almost all of them.
NoSleep is the only place that I can post. At first, I thought they'd made a mistake. I thought maybe this subreddit had just slipped past them. But now I'm starting to realize it's because they think no one will believe me.
But that can't be true. At least one of you has to believe me...right?
[SHS]
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2021.01.26 21:44 Fuzzy_Promotion_341 Lower calorie Bacon, Egg & Cheese McGriddles

Lower calorie Bacon, Egg & Cheese McGriddles submitted by Fuzzy_Promotion_341 to GregDoucette [link] [comments]


2021.01.26 20:50 TPSavage I Just Saw a Craigslist Ad for Myself

I thought it was a prank at first, just a belated April fools joke from one of my buddies. I never thought for a second that it could have spiraled into the horrifying mess I've found myself in.
The thick stone ceiling above me has made calling the cops impossible but I think I have just enough signal to get this out to the internet, my note in a bottle if you will.
There are no clocks here, but as far as I can tell, this all started a few hours ago.
I sat hunched over my computer desk, squinting at the harsh blue light of my monitor. I was going through my nightly ritual of scanning through craigslist for any good deals.
I was moments away from powering the computer down and giving my tired brain a break when I saw it. The image was so surreal, it took me a moment to figure out what I was looking at.
There, nestled between a vintage typewriter and a dusty old sofa, was a picture of me.
The title was my full name and the price was listed at $1500.
I mentally went through all of my friends and family, trying to figure out who would do something like this, but came up empty-handed.
I saw there were more pictures and went to scroll through them but hesitated. I was afraid that I'd be met with fuzzy polaroids of me taken from behind bushes and through windows.
However, as I scrolled through the images, I realized I recognized each one. I'd taken them.
They were all from my Facebook feed. A selfie I'd taken with some friends at a bar. A picture of me at the beach with my girlfriend.
I felt my heart rate begin to quicken. My Facebook was set to private and I never friended anyone I didn't know. How had these pictures gotten onto the internet?
I clicked the listing and began anxiously reading the description.
Product is a 26-year-old caucasian male. It is 237 pounds and 5' 8''. It consumes approximately 2,200 calories per day. 
I raised an eyebrow at that last line. What would anyone want with that information?
It went on to describe everything I'd eaten for the past 2 weeks in meticulous detail. Everything from the McGriddle I'd had on my way to work, to the Snickers I'd munched on today after dinner.
They even knew about my ADD medication.
I nervously glanced around my house, suddenly feeling naked and vulnerable. Where were they getting this information? How long had they been keeping tabs on me?
Just when I thought it couldn't get any worse I saw a short message at the end of the post that made my skin crawl.
Product is unathletic and should be easily collected by 2-3 people. Bringing weapons are suggested but not needed. 
Collected? Any hope of this being a joke was beginning to evaporate.
How many people had seen the listing by now? What kinds of people go searching for a listing like this at all?
Then I had a thought that made me bring a hand to my mouth. Did this page have my address listed? It seemed terrifyingly possible. The listing had seemingly every other detail about me, why not that?
My eyes scanned the web page until I found a message that explained everything.
Address for $1500 dollars. Email me if interested. 
It made a sick sort of sense. They'd found a way to monetize their stalking. Why let such great talent go to waste, right?
I wondered how many other people he'd done this to? How many home invasions and robberies and abductions he'd helped facilitate just for a few thousand bucks.
I immediately flagged the post, hoping to have it taken down. However, I quickly realized it would take hours, maybe even days for the moderators at craigslist to get to it. I didn't have that time to spare.
My fingers flew across the keyboard, searching Google for some way to get ahold of the people at Craigslist, but in the end, all I could find was a generic contact form.
Getting desperate, I opened my email to try one last gambit. I plugged in the seller's address, a random string of numbers and letters, and typed out a desperate plea to take down the listing, offering 5 times the original price.
Waiting for a response was torture. I passed the time by running around my house, locking all of the doors and windows. I also turned out all of the lights to make it look like no one was home.
I knew realistically, the odds of some psycho seeing the post was slim. But the internet was a big place and I didn't want to take any chances.
I was so on edge that by the time I heard the ding of the email notification, my heart practically jumped out of my chest.

I regret to inform you that the information has already been purchased.

I buried my head in my hands. I had been too late. How long ago had it been bought? 10 minutes ago? An hour? A day?
My line of thought was broken when the crackle of wheels on gravel brought my attention to the window. I pulled the curtains aside and peered out into the night, careful to reveal as little of myself as possible.
A black SUV was pulling into my driveway, it's occupants hidden behind a dark window. I told myself everything was fine; That they were just doing a 3 point turn and would be gone any minute.
However, instead of driving away, the doors popped open in unison. Two figures emerged from the car, dressed head to toe in black.
I wanted to turn and run but fear had paralyzed me. I watched helplessly as the men marched up to the front door and knocked loudly. I realized then that their plan must have been to wait for me to answer the door and drag me into their car, but I knew better.
I began calling 911, cursing myself for not doing it sooner. The door was heavy oak and would take them at least a minute or two to kick down.
That's when I heard it. There was a strange beeping sound coming from the other side of the door. After racking my brain for a few moments I figured out what it was.
It was the beeping of my door's keypad. They couldn't possibly know the code, could they? Then it dawned on me.
The creep who'd posted the listing knew everything about me. Of course, they knew the passcode.
My blood ran cold and I dashed away from the door, looking for a place to hide.
Click.
The door unlocked. I ducked behind a corner into the kitchen just as it began to slowly creak open.
The backdoor was at the other side of the kitchen and I began creeping toward it, grateful I'd turned the lights out earlier.
The two men cautiously stepped into the living room, talking in hushed voices about where I might be. I had almost made it to the backdoor when I bumped into the kitchen table. I cursed myself for not seeing it.
Their whispers immediately stopped and they began marching toward me, forcing me to improvise a hiding place.
I slipped into my kitchen's pantry and shut the door just as the light clicked on. The men, apparently no longer concerned with stealth, began stomping around the kitchen, looking for me.
I squeezed my eyes shut and prayed they didn't look inside, knowing I'd be completely helpless if they did. I bit down on my knuckles and time seemed to stretch out forever.
But they eventually left, going deeper into the house to search for me. I let out a sigh of relief.
Buzzzz.
My phone was ringing in my pocket. I took it out and it was my girlfriend, Lexi.
My eyes widened. Lexi. She'd be home any minute. What if the men decided to take her instead.
I answered the call.
"Hey you," she said.
"Lexi, don't come to the house. It's not safe!"
"Oh my God, where are you?" she asked, fear creeping into her voice.
"I'm hiding in the pantry. I think I'm safe for now but-"
The line went dead. I felt my heart sink. Had they gotten to her already? Had I not warned her in time?
Then I heard something strange vibrating noise in the room over. One of the men's phone was ringing. He answered it and listened a moment.
His voice was raspy and muffled. "He's where?"
Another pause. Then footsteps, thundering straight toward me. My mind raced momentarily, and then it hit me.
The one who had posted the listing hadn't been stalking me, they had been living with me. Lexi was the one who'd posted it.
And she'd just told them exactly where I was. I burst out of the pantry and made a break for the door, just as the two men rounded the corner behind me.
I wanted to look back but fought the urge. If I looked back I'd get nervous and if I got nervous I'd stumble and if I stumbled they'd drag me into their car and do God knows what.
I flung open the backdoor and ran into the cool damp air. However, before I could make a break for it, one of them caught me by the hood, snapping my neck back.
The fabric tightened around my throat like a snake, making it hard to breathe. I blindly threw an elbow behind me and it connected with his ribs.
The man cried out in pain and I felt his grip loosen by just a fraction. A fraction was all I needed.
I tucked in my chin, drew in my arms, and wriggled out of the hoodie, falling to the wet earth on hands and knees. I made a mad dash for the treeline.
As I ran I heard angry shouts from behind me.
"Just shoot!"
"The damn thing is jammed!"
"Oh give me that!"
A loud pop rang out in the night and something whizzed past my ear. I wondered what they'd shot at me. The sound was too quiet to be a gun.
A quick glance behind me revealed one of the men was holding what looked like a small, lightweight sniper rifle. It was green with a strange white chamber at the bottom.
What the hell is that thing?
The man shoved something inside, clicked it back, and took aim.
Pop.
Fear shot through me like a bolt of electricity. I jerked my body out of the way just in time for something to fly past me and bury itself in a nearby tree. It was a dart.
They were shooting at me with a tranquilizer gun; Like I was a wild animal.
The treeline was about 40 feet away now. My lungs felt like they were full of bees but I kept running anyway, knowing if I slowed even a fraction they'd catch me.
I did my best to avoid the darts, diving out of the way whenever I heard one of those sickening pops, but eventually, my luck ran out. Just as I reached the treeline, ready to disappear behind the dense foliage, I felt a red hot sting in my back.
Exhaustion began flooding my body, making my movements slow and sluggish. The world spun around me and soon, I found myself on the forest floor.
My memories of what happened next are jagged and frayed: the click of a trunk, the jangle of chains.
When I finally came to my senses I found myself on a damp, concrete floor, bathed in darkness, shivering from the biting cold. The only noise breaking the eery silence were the heavy thuds of footsteps over my head.
They left me my phone, maybe to keep me from going crazy, maybe to taunt me. To ensure I can't ask for help, they've somehow blocked all posting or messaging features. At least, almost all of them.
nosleep is the only place they let me post. At first, I thought that was a mistake but now I realize it's because they think no one will believe me.
But that can't be true. At least one of you has to believe me...right?
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2020.09.26 17:30 AppropriateStress4 McGriddle Craving Killer? 300-305 calories

Hear me out.
Does it seem like an acceptable substitute for a McGriddle Craving if I use two sweet egos (chocolate chip, strawberry or blueberry) and 4 butterball turkey bacon slice to make a sandwich ?
300 calories 305 if you add a little sugar free syrup for maple flavor.
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2020.09.08 01:08 tcope7 Official Stoner Sandwhich

I move that we make the bacon egg and cheese mcgriddle the official sandwich of the cannabis community. Its 420 calories, and come on, its a sandwich made out of pancakes.
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2019.08.09 21:13 SkyPuppy561 Someone at McDonald’s put the McGriddle pancake bread or whatever around my Egg McMuffin instead of an English Muffin. Now my calorie count for breakfast is in disarray so I am assuming it is 450 (listed calories for McGriddle) instead of 300 (listed calories McMuffin).

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2019.06.23 21:37 mrBELDING69 Sausage, egg, and cheese McGriddle is 563 calories. My CICO version is 325 calories (syrup not pictured). Recipe in comments.

Sausage, egg, and cheese McGriddle is 563 calories. My CICO version is 325 calories (syrup not pictured). Recipe in comments. submitted by mrBELDING69 to CICO [link] [comments]


2019.04.24 21:21 Dohnuts13 Mcy ds

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