Got the midnight munchies? Planning to LAN? Choose the snacks that will make you a gaming superstar without turning you into an obese mockery of yourself.
om nom nom. i eat whatever i feel like.
You must be like the Heavy in TF2. SANDVICH!
Pu$$y Nom Nom Nom
I recently turned vegetarian. No more meaty pizzas for me.
I'm vegetarian too :-) btw. I used to love the taste of Cheese-Cheetos
Oh God, I don't know HOW you guys do it. I give you props, as I can't go a day without eating red meat.
Might I recommend wasabi peanuts instead of cheatos. Way more protein and it's still crunchy.
Yup, that's what she recommends too!
really crunchy and really, really good!
God, I don't remember the last time I've had a late night gaming marathon. I might take some of these suggestions and some more of my own recipes and instant-food and have one tonight. Spicy foods yay or nay? I know they can help you stay alert, but what of any other effects?
Generally speaking spicy hotness can regulate hunger. That is to say that eating spicy food can actually reduce your appetite such that you wind up eating less than you otherwise might.
Makes you drink more water, too. That's always healthy.
you just CAN'T marathon game without buffalo wings. or at least i can't. but just medium hot. wings that are too hot are distracting from the on-screen action. and painful on the mouth.
I haven't gotten to eat food like that lately... DIET FTW!!!
They would run faster. PETA = People Against Tasty Animals.
because we don't run faster than them.
Cows do run faster than people.
Your acronym fails. It would be PATA and not PETA.
fail on PETA. fail on your running theory. but it's still funny.
You were just PWND by "Sibs". PATA=Funny but Failure.
i eat healthy every other day of the year (except thanksgiving, xmas, and new years eve/day). big game releases and marathon sessions of these games require "fun" food. it isn't eating bad during the occasional "marathon" game session or holiday.......it's unhealthy eating on a daily basis that will ruin a persons health. and no, i'm not obese. anyone picking up KZ2 next friday? enjoy good food too!!
Better have the Ambulance on speed dial.
but not for a gaming marathon. i guess i'm just too intense - i can't have that grease and sauce on my controller. nor anything else that gets on your hands. monster or red bull for me. food is for the weak.
some red bull and some skitles (taste the rainbow) it keeps me awake and and gives me a gaming high
My favorite is Hot Cheetos Puffs, but they always give me the sh!ts for some reason.
last time I checked, bears, lions and tigers do eat people. Most of us are just smart enough to stay out of thier way. EDIT: and I did say cows WOULD run faster. Not COULD run faster.
even if your theory states that one thing should eat another because it's not smart enough to get away, that's still wrong. i mean my newborn baby sister won't flee when i go near her, but i aint gonna eat her. i hope you wouldn't either, even though you may think i ought to. inanimate objects also lack intelligence to get away from humans, but i don't see many people eating their keyboards or gaming systems.
I actually don't usually eat anything while i game. Drink Gatorade or Diet Peach Snapple maybe. But i don't usually eat anything. Good suggestions though.
I don't know how people can eat Cheetos while gaming (if you do) to get all that cheese powder all on you fingers then on your controller.
That you dont eat cheetos and play video games...definite video game sin. Wasabi peanuts are pretty good...if you live near a Trader Joe, another good one are these honey sesame sticks...ridiculous good and cheap to boot. Hummus with pita bread is another good one. And some Arizona Green tea fo sho.
WTF are bawls and newman-o's?!?! lol
I prefer onion rings. I don't like eating chips while gaming cause then everyone on my team complains lol No one likes massive crunching in their ear.
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