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      Fast food is poison for some people with certain immune suppressed diseases. I can't eat fast food (I have MS). If you stop eating fast food you will find you will feel “sick” after eating a FF meal… I used to LOVE a Mc D's cheeseburger and then I ate one a year after watching “Super Size Me”!! That documentary is enough to make you NEVER want to eat ff again.

      Being budget conscious we go to a nicer restaurant and eat two appetizers and share OR we eat a few side dishes and tip well while drinking water. The soda is what really kills our bill (LOL).

      Jacqui C. in NE Georgia

      On Tue, Jul 29, 2008 at 11:18 AM, Lori Morgan <lmorgan74@yahoo.com> wrote:

      — In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, “Lucy Anderson”

      wrote:

      My entire dinner conversation would be how much cheaper
      > I could make the same thing at home….

      I don't mind spending $100 eating out with friends and hubby. We do it
      every few months at a nice steak house or a 5-star seafood restaurant.

      Everyone has priorities. And we don't do it only for the food, we also
      do it as a social outlet. We are budget conscience, but also make a
      fine living. We don't put it on credit cards and we don't rack up debt

      to do it. I also don't like eating fast food much, so eating out with
      the family generally runs us about $40 and we do it every weekend.

      I never think about how I could make it cheaper at home because that

      is sooo not the point.

      Just another view.
      Lori
      Dallas

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