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View Poll Results: Where do you go for lunch???
Subway, quizno's, and such 86 38.57%
McCdonalds, Burgerking, Wendeys and such 81 36.32%
Pizzahut, Ledos and such 4 1.79%
All you can eat buffets 13 5.83%
Others, please comment and tell 70 31.39%
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Old 05-28-2009, 10:11 PM
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Speedway hot dog with mustard............everyday!!! and a m dew, with a huge pak of m and m's!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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We have a local Pizza King that is a type of mom-and-pop place. They have an everyday lunch AYCE buffet and large drink for under $7.00. They have all kinds of pizza, salad bar, breadsticks, sandwiches, etc. Better than CiCi's in my opinion. I will also stop at home once in a while and throw in some Hot Pockets and refill my water jug.
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i go to mcdonalds because i eat there for under $5
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We have a local Pizza King that is a type of mom-and-pop place. They have an everyday lunch AYCE buffet and large drink for under $7.00. They have all kinds of pizza, salad bar, breadsticks, sandwiches, etc. Better than CiCi's in my opinion. I will also stop at home once in a while and throw in some Hot Pockets and refill my water jug.
Let's bring this thread back up. I found it interesting to hear where people from dif. parts of the country eat etc. forgot i replied to it lol. i used to do that buffet but since decided i needed to address my weight problem so i am now only doing the low fat subs from subway along with water or diet coke. lets hear from you!
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Usually Red Lobster, can be a pain to get the trailers through but its whatever the food makes it well worth it. And if I'm by a cracker barrel look out.
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I usually go to Wawa for lunch. (for most of the country that doesn't know what that is, it is the greatest convenience store there is.) Once in a while we will hit a Wendy's, pizza place, or something else just to change it up. I used to bring my own lunches though and need to go back to doing that...it saves money and is quite healthier.
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I'm planning to bring sandwiches more often this coming year, but on mowing days we were stopping for pizza one day, a friend's deli another, and then usually pizza again. We go to whatevers close when were working on projects
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Do a little eating at the "Y" do ya.



Jimmy Johns is my favorite by far. Not too heavy and fattening so you can continue goin through the day.
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I think we would like to do that a little bit more!!

Jimmy Johns is my favorite by far. Not too heavy and fattening so you can continue goin through the day.
Meant to add in what's written in red above.
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Let's bring this thread back up. I found it interesting to hear where people from dif. parts of the country eat etc. forgot i replied to it lol. i used to do that buffet but since decided i needed to address my weight problem so i am now only doing the low fat subs from subway along with water or diet coke. lets hear from you!
If you find this kind of stuff interesting, check out http://www.roadfood.com/ - there's stuff to try in whatever part of the country you might visit!
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