I do not own the Original story because it belongs to a friend Satori but we are both working on a sequel That's why I had to post this first and besides it wouldn't make any sense if you didn't know the whole story. If Ron had thought of the word he might have used it to describe how he felt at the moment -- so embarrassed and so angry at himself that he wanted to crawl into a hole and never come out. He had been so freakin' stupid! She said she was going to the grocery store! He usually locked his door when he did it, but he had been in such a freakin' rush to get to his room to gawk at Mrs.
October 19, at 9: Asked to see the girls first but only one available after I asked for a double. Met Sala — not really as described, D cups yes, big arse and big belly, poor English. Oh well, too late now.
The Hungry Brain gives off a bit of a Malcolm Gladwell vibe, with its cutesy name and pop-neuroscience style. Stephan Guyenet is no Gladwell-style dilettante. He is very serious about what he does and his book is exactly as good as I would have hoped. He writes The [calories in, calories out] model is the idea that our body weight is determined by voluntary decisions about how much we eat and move, and in order to control our body weight, all we need is a little advice about how many calories to eat and burn, and a little willpower. The primary defining feature of this model is that it assumes that food intake and body fatness are not regulated.