Usually in life we focus upon the things we do, and not the things we don't do, or avoid.
I don't have many "rules" for the way I behave, the things I do, but there are some.
- I refuse, point-blank, to purchase any food which includes the phrase "low fat" upon the label.
- I eat, fry, and cook with real butter.
- I refuse to use any of the alternatives. Especially the low-fat alternatives.
- I have yet to view a film in 3D.
- I suspect this is something I'm semi-seriously avoiding, but I've not yet explicitly decided to skip them.
- I refuse to watch any film which is "supernateral".
- I refuse to buy anything from a pound-land, pound-stretcher, or similarly low-end store which is labeled either "deluxe" or "luxury".
- I made this mistake when I was a young student.
I could go on, but the "rules" are surprisingly hard to remember, having been in place for many years, they're just part of the way that I do (or do not do) things!
Finally: As of this year I've now lived in Edinburgh for over half my life.
ObQuote: "I don't know. We should go and like, stalk him or something. " - Megan Is Missing
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Amen to the butter, although it's not always good for frying
at very hot temperatures I usually mix some oil with some
butter for that. With generic low-fat products, though, I
couldn't agree more; I've always wondered what they do put
in as replacement. Especially with low-fat butter heh /me
shudders and considers himself lucky for not even trying it.
(Besides, some fats actually are healthy. Still, could lose
some kilos, but that's not how it's done I guess.)
As for 3D, I don't think you're missing much, but can't say
much either, as many kinds of 3D stuff are making me ill
even from just watching. (Playing Doom for 10 minutes, too.
It's interesting how people that share some interest(s) also
oftentimes are similar in other things.