"Never Ending" Olive Garden

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A Burlington, North Carolina Olive Garden restaurant has had a constant companion since Alan Martin, a minister and father of two, purchased their "Never Ending Pasta Pass." Ever since he laid out the $100 fee for the pass, Martin has eaten Olive Garden pasta, unlimited salad and breadsticks every day, twice a day, and plans to do so for the seven weeks in which his pass is valid. Each meal Martin eats is worth $9.99, and thus far he's eaten ninety-nine such meals. He says that he hasn't gained weight. (I wonder if his cholesterol and triglyceride levels have risen?) What do you think? Would you eat like this to take advantage of a bargain? Read more here.

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Neither, I'm sure. I'm the opposite. I'll get on a food kick and crave whatever it is daily. Sometimes I'll eat it for days, too, if it's not too fattening or bad for me.
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by the time i eat the last piece of a small baguette i am tired of french bread. my fridge is full of food but there's nothing to eat because i'm tired of it all and i can't find anything else at the market. so, which one of us is abnormal?
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