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Pete: SNAP- Hungry why wait?

Day 5……

Highlight of the day eating a PB&J sandwich. Low-light: ran out of bananas and realized that I only have 2 more pieces of bread left and 2 days left on the challenge. I was hoping to avoid the oatmeal, but looks like I have no choice, but to choke that stuff down.

Recently people have commented on the way I look. Normally, I welcome the comments, but lately they are down right brutal. My mom told me on Saturday that I looked really tired and lethargic. Later that day my sister told me that I looked like hell. Today a volunteer asked me who was doing my eye-liner, because I had bags under my eyes. I can’t wait to see what I look like on day 7!

Snickers might give the most accurate description of what people act like when they’re hungry. This is my personal favorite and I feel like I have acted like this since being on the challenge. Enjoy!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zLrsCnBvQFo

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