#1 Posted by astrotriforce (1326 posts) -
#3 Posted by astrotriforce (1326 posts) -

Sadly, I think the only time I really eat a full meal for dinner, is when I get fast-food. Since it comes with fry's and drink or whatnot. Typically when I make a meal at home I don't make anything to go along with it.... Kinda makes me long for my mom's home cooking.... *sigh*

#4 Posted by BraveToaster (12590 posts) -
@Raymayne said:
" Christ you are scraping the barrel with these fucking questions. "
#5 Posted by FluxWaveZ (19321 posts) -

Yes.

#6 Posted by oatz (1103 posts) -

You still haven't learned how to spell fries since last time? 
 
  
And yes, always.

#7 Posted by StarvingGamer (8128 posts) -

A full course meal would indicate, at the very least, three different food courses.  Even when I sit down to eat a home-cooked meal with my girlfriend it's usually only two courses at most.  Who the hell has time to make three different courses every night?

#8 Posted by Skytylz (4031 posts) -
@astrotriforce said:
" Sadly, I think the only time I really eat a full meal for dinner, is when I get fast-food. Since it comes with fry's and drink or whatnot. Typically when I make a meal at home I don't make anything to go along with it.... Kinda makes me long for my mom's home cooking.... *sigh* "
What did Fry bring?  
#9 Posted by Ragdrazi (2283 posts) -

Who says "full course meal"?

#10 Posted by TeamAliceFTW (24 posts) -

Lunch? Not always. But dinner is pretty much always a yea.

#11 Posted by damnboyadvance (4060 posts) -

Usually.

#12 Posted by McGhee (6094 posts) -

I live off of bowls of cereal.

#13 Posted by Daveyo520 (6675 posts) -

Nope

#14 Posted by Demyx (3237 posts) -

Yeah usually. It helps that I cook a lot though

#15 Posted by TheSeductiveMoose (3617 posts) -

No, that's like three dishes, brah.

#16 Posted by ShadowKnight508 (659 posts) -

Yes (most of the time)

#17 Posted by lazyturtle (1228 posts) -

Not unless I'm at a restaurant...I'm assuming that by full course you mean appetizer, dinner, desert?

#18 Posted by Jeust (10537 posts) -

Normally yes, abnormally no.