Biggest Cock & Rudest Loser 3: Week 6

Our fifth week is complete! Today our contestants celebrate five weeks into the cockiest and rudest weight loss competition evahhhh! It’s Biggest Cock & Rudest Loser 3!

Our dieters are doing great! Have you ever wondered what their average meal looks like? This week we invited each of our contestants to submit a photo and a description of a meal that they’re particularly proud of. Here’s what they’re eating:


Mikey
The food pictured here is your typical diet food: tasteless and full of vegetables. Sometimes vegetables have flavor. These do not. These are the lengths I have gone to in order to lose weight…which appears to be stopping at the moment.


TwoPi
Weight loss did a bit of backtracking this week, which isn’t so surprising. Work is getting stressful (end of semester), and I’ve had some lapses of the between-meal snacking variety. I should have planned my photo better and gotten images from earlier nights cooking Mollie Katzen dishes, but instead it was “oh no I need to photograph what we’re eating TONIGHT” and so here is a pretty typical meal: homemade split pea soup and cornbread. Healthy in that there is fairly little fat (apart from what goes into the cornbread dough itself) and there are lots of veggies in the soup, which is thick enough so that one cup is quite filling.


Polt
This week, it’s our Meal Plan. Upon starting the competition, I had no meal plan, none at all. Since then, my new doctor has thrown me on low to no carb diet, so now, yes, I DO have a meal plan. Here is a typical meal: twice baked potato (37 grams of carbs) (I’m allowed 45 per meal), steak (although there’s also been a lot of ham, burger patties, and sausages), a small side salad (having one of those with EVERY meal), Diet Coke, and the current book I’m reading. I do not, however, eat the book, I just read it while eating. And yes, this is basically what my meals consist of nowadays (although asparagus or green beans take the place of the potato).


Ryan
I’ve been continuing my culinary experiments. The photo shows off my latest trial before I cooked it. My goal was to increase the beans to non-beans ratio and therefore the protein to carbohydrate ratio, and that was a success. However, cooking that much stuff at once is pushing the limit of my Crock Pot, and the black beans made everything else a lot less colorful. I think next time I will cook the non-beans separately.


Tam
Okay, so I was a total loser and didn’t know about the picture thing, so here is a mock-up of a meal I had. Steak, rice and roasted orange cauliflower. My steak didn’t look quite like that, but close enough. That’s pretty typical. We do eat pretty healthy. Breakfast is usually cereal or toast and juice, lunch is either a salad or sandwich with fruit and dinner is a protein, carb and vegetable. I’m really frustrated though because I have been so good for nearly 2 weeks, recording everything I’ve eaten, am ALWAYS under the total allowed and this week, nothing. Arrgghh. I’m considering trying the Polt diet. Maybe I need to go low-carb and shock my system into realizing it’s not playing fair.


Mr. Sombrero
I am very proud of this meal because it looks like a pool of barf, and C&R readers can appreciate a good barf pic. Apart from the snacks (which are my downfall), my meals are pretty healthy. Granted, they are not always vegan, but I try. :D


Michelle M.
This was my dinner Tuesday night. Half a turkey burger light (Harry had the other half) with bbq sauce and a side of steamed vegetables. I was going to submit a photo of a vegetable stir fry, a light pasta, or a soup or something, but I didn’t feel like cooking that night. In general, my meals (especially the ones I cook) are healthy – it’s the junk I snack on at night that is turning me into fat Betty.


Adam
This is a dinner that I make every week or so. What you’re looking at: grilled tempeh (grilled on my George Foreman Grill), avocado, broccoli, grape tomatoes, cubanelle peppers, baby carrots, baby portabella mushrooms and mixed greens. All that is topped with a mix of balsamic vinegar and a little bit of olive oil, some spices and a shake of ground flax seeds. I gave up all soda (diet and otherwise) a few weeks ago, so that’s unsweetened iced tea in the glass. My issue has always been snacking on junk food AFTER dinner … but I’ve been trying to give that up too. Maybe my straight line on the chart will actually move next week!


And now the week’s results:

Stay tuned each Thursday for the stunning weight-loss success stories of our eight contestants. Who will win this year’s competition? Find out on May 31st … just in time for bikini season!

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36 thoughts on “Biggest Cock & Rudest Loser 3: Week 6”

    1. It’s like 670 calories (well, 335 since we split it). We get it with no mustard. I also take off the lettuce and tomato. The veggies are steamed and really good – no butter. I usually get the ice tea with it, unless I need a drink and then I get the Mai Tai (which is super strong).

      Islands also has a veggie burger and some other lite options.

  1. Mikey – your salad looks so boring. Throw some cherry tomatoes or something in there! And then clean your keyboard!
    TwoPi – That is some thick soup. I love pea soup on a rainy day.
    Polt – Mmm… potatoes.
    Ryan – that looks really good. Is that pineapple?
    Tam – my weight stayed the same, too. Boo!
    Mr. S. – that is barfalicious, indeed.
    Adam – Do you put cubanelle peppers in everything you eat?

    Good job everyone!

    1. It’s very frustrating Michelle. So what did I have for dinner last night? Subway. Arrgghhh. Back on the wagon today. I’m seriously going to up my protein lower the carbs, I don’t care what Sparkpeople says my ratio should be.

    2. It was supposed to be some sort of fancy Caesar salad….it was very blah….

      I hate cleaning my keyboard….cuz it gets dirty so quickly…will you do it for me?

  2. I do indeed eat on a dishtowel, because the table is an antique my grandmother owned and I dont want to slop food on it. And tablecloths are a pain in the ass cause they move all the time. And whatever, Mr. Tag-Writer, I don’t think you’re in any position to be snide cause as I see it, you’re below me this week, thus making you MY bottom bitch!

    Congrats to everyone, keep up the good work.

    HUGS…

    (Sorry about the rant, Polt gets cranky when he doesn’t have his carbs. Apparently when not having carbs, Polt referes to himself in the third person as well.)

    1. I refer to myself in third person all the time also, only you know, I’ve usually been drinking when that starts … so like, every weekend … cough.

      For example: Jay is very drunk, Jay thinks he should probably stop drinking vodka, JAy dsvfvndfv fsdvlofv fvhuovf fvjipfvd, etc.

      1. It turns me on when drunks start speaking a bunch of words beginnig with ‘fv’. It makes my manparts all stupid. :)

        HUGS….

      1. Adam, if I had this i would NEVER eat food on it! It would be framed and hung up on the wall somewhere in clear public view. As it obviously was meant to be.

        HUGS…

  3. Mikey – That salad looks gross! Add some other veggies and maybe use a different kind of lettuce & dressing. “Diet food” doesn’t have to be tasteless!

    TwoPi – Your soup looks like green oatmeal

    Polt – Your dishtowel compliments your nasty plate of meat very well. How about a nice purple placemat instead?

    Ryan – That looks colorful and delicious!

    Tam – Your plate is oddly misshapen and hand drawn

    Sombrero – That really does look like barf! (delicious barf) Gimme that samosa!!!

    Michelle – We don’t have Islands restaurants around here … but that looks delightfully healthy!

    Adam – NOM! That looks delicious!

    1. Why spend money on placemats when I’ve got perfectly good dishtowels laying around? Course a purple placemat WOULD be pretty nifty. Then again, so would a purple dishtowel. Methinks a shopping day at The Bed, Bath & Beyond MAY be in order. :)

      HUGS….

      1. You need to class up that joint with some fancy placemats! Yer award-winning ass won’t be enough to lure the young boys to your house for “bedtimesexyfun” forever…

        1. @Adam: There’s a reason alcohol exists … aside from rampant alcoholism on my part. As I’m known to say every time I drink … “Drunk White Boys For Everyone!” Is it Friday yet….

        2. It’s actually bedtimesexXyfun, but yeah, you’re right. Still, I don’t think purple placemats will be bringing the Asians with hairthings running either.

          HUGS….

          1. Get a piece of glass cut for the table top. That way you can protect the table top while leaving it uncovered.

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