My silliest breakfast ever? And yours?

@TheHorse (51374)
Pleasant Hill, California
November 3, 2017 9:28am CST
I may have set a record for silliest breakfast yesterday. The cabinet was almost bare, so I grazed on what I had. First, I gobbled up my last few slices of lox. Then I ate a slice of avocado. After that I munched a delicious piece of dark chocolate. And to wash it all down. I swilled some cold Trader Joe's spaghetti sauce that I found in my fridge. Was your breakfast a little more "traditional" yesterday?
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@Corbin5 (78370)
• United States
3 Nov
My silliest breakfast ever, which I had often, was eating kidney beans from the can. I would eat those before I left to teach. Lots of protein in those beans for this vegetarian. I would also eat vegetarian refried beans from the can. Today, not hungry for breakfast, so ate a banana.
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@TheHorse (51374)
• Pleasant Hill, California
3 Nov
I've done the former, along with maybe half a banana.
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• Jacksonville, Florida
3 Nov
I'm sorry but that did not sound good at all. Lol. Yesterday I had scrambled eggs for breakfast.
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@TheHorse (51374)
• Pleasant Hill, California
3 Nov
I'm jealous! But I have to rush off to work early these days. Maybe I'll get some eggs and make "real" breakfasts on the weekends.
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• Jacksonville, Florida
3 Nov
@TheHorse You should have a good breakfast on the weekends when you can. =)
@JohnRoberts (38569)
• Los Angeles, California
3 Nov
I basically eat cereal every morning.
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@TheHorse (51374)
• Pleasant Hill, California
4 Nov
That's been my "default," but I'm getting tired of it!
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@Asylum (46767)
• Manchester, England
3 Nov
My silliest breakfast would have to be the ones that I had in Siberia. It usually consisted of a bowl of cucumber chunks followed by items that I did not recognise, along with a glass of warm soured milk. We were about 3,500 miles East of Moscow and it took three and a half days for the Trans Siberian Express to reach us. You cannot keep cows on permafrost and milk from Moscow would go off during such a journey, so it was deliberately soured before sending. This way it was safe to consume. The locality also had large greenhouses for growing cucumbers, so every meal included cucumbers and soured milk.
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@TheHorse (51374)
• Pleasant Hill, California
5 Nov
Hmm. Siberia is not on my list of places to visit. Why were you there? Did you make Putin mad for some reason?
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@Asylum (46767)
• Manchester, England
5 Nov
@TheHorse I actually went there for holiday. This was way back in 1981 while the Iron Curtain was still in existence. I went to Moscow, Bratsk and Irkutsk. This was the most interesting trip that I have ever made.
@MALUSE (31590)
• Denmark
5 Nov
@Asylum "You cannot keep cows on permafrost" -- That's correct, of course. But you can keep them in cowsheds, can't you? I've only got as far as St. Peterburg and Moscow but also remember cucumbers for breakfast! Did you stay in Novosibirsk? If so, why if I may ask?
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• Ponce De Leon, Florida
4 Nov
You strike me as a smoothie guy..maybe do those for when you have to work. I had leftover stew and buttered toast for breakfast today..
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• Ponce De Leon, Florida
4 Nov
@TheHorse you should.
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@TheHorse (51374)
• Pleasant Hill, California
4 Nov
@thislittlepennyearns I haven't bought a new blender yet, but I did score some EGGS tonight at Trader Joe's.
• Ponce De Leon, Florida
4 Nov
@TheHorse well then you're almost a real adult..I have a ten dollar persinal blender. It's great for smoothies or margaritas
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@Courtlynn (46727)
• United States
3 Nov
No breakfast yesterday, or today.. or most days lol. Did have a donut a few days ago though since i got up too early to run errands
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@TheHorse (51374)
• Pleasant Hill, California
3 Nov
They say it's the most important meal, though I don't know who "they" is.
@Courtlynn (46727)
• United States
3 Nov
@TheHorse me either. Its just important we eat in general, to me.
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@TheHorse (51374)
• Pleasant Hill, California
4 Nov
@Courtlynn Don't you feel hungry all morning if you don't eat something for breakfast?
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@andriaperry (30695)
• Anniston, Alabama
3 Nov
Man, you were hungry. Spaghetti sauce! I skipped breakfast yesterday.
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@TheHorse (51374)
• Pleasant Hill, California
4 Nov
It did the job...sort of.
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@andriaperry (30695)
• Anniston, Alabama
4 Nov
@TheHorse LOL, gotta do what we gotta do.
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@TheHorse (51374)
• Pleasant Hill, California
4 Nov
@andriaperry Yep, my attitude exactly. I bought some eggs for tomorrow morning. I should probably send myself an email to remind myself.
@teamfreak16 (35019)
• Colorado Springs, Colorado
5 Nov
That would have been Thursday. I didn't eat breakfast on Thursday.
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@TheHorse (51374)
• Pleasant Hill, California
5 Nov
And why not, may I ask?
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@teamfreak16 (35019)
• Colorado Springs, Colorado
5 Nov
@TheHorse - I wasn't really hungry. And I got involved doing laundry and stuff.
@MALUSE (31590)
• Denmark
4 Nov
What's the matter? Do you urgently need to reach the next payout? First you comment on the weather and now on your breakfast. I wonder what will come next? Something about ghosts and/or the hereafter?
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@TheHorse (51374)
• Pleasant Hill, California
5 Nov
No, I'll just write about MyLot. Or Bubblews.
@MALUSE (31590)
• Denmark
5 Nov
@TheHorse Posts on the site and its problems are usually a hit and can make you rich. I call such posts 'navel gazing'. People love occupying themselves with themselves.
@just4him (88850)
• Green Bay, Wisconsin
3 Nov
You drank spaghetti sauce??? Okay, that one takes all others hands down. My breakfast yesterday was two bananas. Today more traditional - a banana and eggs and potatoes.
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@TheHorse (51374)
• Pleasant Hill, California
3 Nov
Two bananas doesn't sound that bad. But I'd enjoy eggs and potatoes.
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@just4him (88850)
• Green Bay, Wisconsin
4 Nov
@TheHorse I'm getting ready to enjoy another breakfast of eggs and potatoes.
@marlina (60528)
• Canada
3 Nov
I always have an "ordinary" breakfast.
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@TheHorse (51374)
• Pleasant Hill, California
4 Nov
What is ordinary for you? I bought six eggs at Trader Joe's tonight. I'm going to try and treat myself to a real breakfast tomorrow (Saturday).
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@marlina (60528)
• Canada
4 Nov
@TheHorse An ordinary breakfast for me is either toasts with P.B. or cheese. Or French toasts or cereals, sometimes eggs with melted cheese.
@LadyDuck (118120)
• Switzerland
3 Nov
Okay for the lox and the avocado, acceptable the dark chocolate but the spaghetti sauce in the morning would have made my stomach cry.
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@TheHorse (51374)
• Pleasant Hill, California
3 Nov
Heh heh. I just thought I still had some stomach space I needed to fill in.
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@LadyDuck (118120)
• Switzerland
4 Nov
@TheHorse It's hard when your refrigerator is empty.
@sallypup (20573)
• Moses Lake, Washington
3 Nov
Not sure you will like my breakfast but here goes: rice and left over bean chili mixed in. Grapes on the side. It got the job done and was hot.
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@TheHorse (51374)
• Pleasant Hill, California
4 Nov
Oh, that sounds good! The grapes provide a nice contrast!
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@sallypup (20573)
• Moses Lake, Washington
4 Nov
@TheHorse I must have fruit to start my day well.
@kepweng (5704)
4 Nov
nice maybe try a spaghetti pizza with Sardines is the toppings
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@TheHorse (51374)
• Pleasant Hill, California
4 Nov
Yummy! But that sounds like lunch or dinner to me.
@LoriAMoore (9565)
• United States
4 Nov
Ugh, gross!
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@TheHorse (51374)
• Pleasant Hill, California
4 Nov
I bought eggs last night! If I get a couple of progress notes done, I'm going to reward myself with a "real" breakfast!
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@RasmaSandra (12369)
• Riga, Latvia
3 Nov
Lately I haven't had breakfast and most of what I eat during the day is a frozen pizza with extra toppings. The was one strange breakfast you have but at least you had something to eat.
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@TheHorse (51374)
• Pleasant Hill, California
4 Nov
I made it through the day, so I must have done something right.
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@UncleJoe (8066)
• Virginia Beach, Virginia
3 Nov
Sounds like a typical "munchie" meal to me.
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@TheHorse (51374)
• Pleasant Hill, California
3 Nov
I never get stoned in the morning.
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@Platespinner (18055)
• Winston Salem, North Carolina
3 Nov
Cold spaghetti sauce strikes me as being revolting not matter what meal it is used for. My silliest breakfast of recent memory, was black-bean brownies. Scrumptious.
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@TheHorse (51374)
• Pleasant Hill, California
4 Nov
Brownies? Cookies? Cake? Those are a part of a normal breakfast for me.
• United States
3 Nov
That certainly was a very weird breakfast and I hope you fill up those cabinets soon. My breakfast was the traditional toast with peanut butter
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@TheHorse (51374)
• Pleasant Hill, California
4 Nov
I'll eat a PBJ when I'm really hungry, but I rarely keep peanut butter here.
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@Morleyhunt (15942)
• Canada
3 Nov
A boring breakfast this morning. Mini wheats.
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@TheHorse (51374)
• Pleasant Hill, California
3 Nov
That actually sounds pretty good to me. I'm tired of corn flakes.