Biggest Cock & Rudest Loser 2, Week 3

The second week of Biggest Cock & Rudest Loser 2 has drawn to a close.  Last week we said goodbye to Canadian Bacon; who will we say goodbye to this week?  This week we asked each of our contestants to show us and describe the inside of their refrigerators.  Here’s what they had to say:

DOCTOR AND THE BUNNYMAN Mel & John

Mel: Since I have to work and won’t be home in time to send a pic of my fridge, I’m sending one of the freezer where we store deceased patients at work. Unfortunately, I’ve been doing this so long that it does nothing to kill my appetite. Fortunately, the week overall has been a good one. My rate of weight loss has slacked a bit, as was expected, but is in a healthy range. I’m in the process of breaking in new custom orthotics and hope to get back to my running training soon. A friend is trying to get me to register for a marathon in July – not sure I’ll be up for that, but I at least want to do another half marathon or two in 2011 (did two this past fall). I’ve been consistently meeting my nutritional goals, eating fewer calories, and not feeling at all deprived or hungry.

John: Food still abounds, but I’ve still managed to make good choices and got some time in to exercise.  Riding my bike and doing some push-ups.  I hate push-ups, but I hope to be “pec-tacular” when this is done or at the very least, to drop a cup size.  I’m down [censored]% this week. As for my (real) fridge, yogurt, bread, rolls, turkey, light mayo, skim milk, grape jam, Swiss cheese and Sprite Zero.  Michelle M. will hate at least half of what is in there.

ENCRAIGO Enrico & Craig

Enrico: This week was hard for me. I would find myself at Mexican restaurants, eating burritos with extra sour cream, completely forgetting about the weight loss challenge! But I did curb my eating habits somewhat… after all, I only ate 45 cookies one night, rather than the usual 60. Either way, this doesn’t really say anything about what’s in my fridge this week, since I hide all the good stuff from my roommates and keep it in my bedroom. But this is what my fridge looks like anyway. MMM.

Craig: Wow. My refrigerator looks ridiculously unhealthy. Look at that giant bag of Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups! And donuts! And mayonnaise! And beer and wine and homemade Bailey’s Irish Cream (that’s that’s in the brown jug up top)! Oh but wait! Not all hope is lost! We drink skim milk! Yay! We’re so healthy!

GINGY & THE HAT Adam & Mr. Sombrero

Adam: Visitors to my apartment are usually surprised by how bare my fridge is.  I hate to waste food, so I usually only buy as much as I need for the next few days.  Since I cut out the junk food, a significant portion of my (vegan) diet is made up of fruits and vegetables, so I usually have a good stock of apples and oranges on hand.  I also have onions, tomatoes, baby carrots, lettuce, frozen veggies, etc.  A few condiments, juices, seltzer water, tofu, sandwich thins, and tempeh take up the rest of the space.  Boooooring!

Mr. Sombrero: As most of you know, Mr. Sombrero had la gripe for the past week. Veggie soups for breakfast, lunch and dinner – 4 days straight. So I’ve been able to lose the weight without doing any exercise. And I highly recommend it – the more contagious the disease, the more weight you’ll lose. So go ahead – get that flu, diarrhea, malaria (your choice) – and see that belly fat melt away! At least for one week.  And here’s a telegraph from Mr: Sombrero: BEEN SICK FOR QUATTRO DAYS STOP SOUP FOR BREAKFAST LUNCH AND DINNER STOP FRIDGE EMPTY STOP NADA TO EAT STOP SAD FACE STOP

THE JAILHOUSE LAWYERS Polt & Jere

Polt: This is the Poltfridge. It’s got all the essentials: Pepsi, wine, outdated milk, beer, a shelf full of condiments. Even a box of Arm & Hammer in the back. You may notice the healthy stuff: a shelf of yogurt, apples, and even celery…still wrapped in plastic. Please don’t notice that the healthy stuff is outnumbered by the unhealthy stuff. And by the way, it does look kinda lonely in there, and i DO take donations….

Jere: My fridge is full of many mysterious leftovers belonging to my roommates. For some reason, almost all my items are currently in the vegetable drawer. These include a loaf of bread, a banana, and two bags of shredded cheese. I also have half a dozen eggs on the top shelf. The absence of red delicious apples.  It’s time to go grocery shopping.

TEAM COLON BLOW FDot & Paul

FDot: The inside of my refrigerator contains food and drink.  Most of it is in bottles and jars.  Some of it is in Tupperware.  Tupperware was developed in 1946 by Earl Silas Tupper as a way to contain food in an airtight receptacle so it would last longer.  There is also a light in my refrigerator that allows me to see inside of it when I need something in the middle of the night.  Anything I can possibly need is inside my refrigerator except when I really want it.  Atop my refrigerator is a freezer, but I never open it anymore ever since that fateful day……….

Paul: Here are the contents of my fridge. Top Shelf: bottled water, filtered water and coffee. Meat Drawer: steak, cod fillet. Middle Shelves: yogurt, cottage cheese, sugar-free, fat-free pudding (chocolate and cheesecake), eggs. Bottom Shelf: chicken, tomatoes, fat free Cool Whip (for the pudding). Crisper: onions, potatoes, beefsteak tomato, golden delicious apples, oranges.  Not a very exciting selection, but it’s working. I do recycle the water bottles, having them like that helps me keep track of how much water I’m drinking. I like to make the cheesecake pudding into a pie, but right now I don’t want the extra calories of the graham cracker crust. I saw the doctor today and got my meds and the clearance to start working out, so now it’s time to really get started losing weight!

TEAM MUSHY CUPCAKE Mush & Ryan

Mush: My weight loss this week is an astonishing [censored]. That’s [censored] pounds! I’ve never lost [censored] pounds in one week before, like, ever. I’m super excited! I also don’t expect it to last; I’ll probably go back to my usual plodding [censored] lbs-per-week loss after this. The vast majority of the stuff in the fridge I use doesn’t belong to me. What’s in there is leftover Indian food in containers and some veggies and diet ranch dressing. And 1% cottage cheese and no fat milk.  Being skinny better be fucking worth it.

Ryan: A mix of my and my roommate’s stuff. Highlights: rhubarb preserves, yogurt (fat-free so that can eat a pound to get protein without freaking Mush out), lard (which should go to the freezer since I don’t plan on baking anything with it any time soon); vinaigrette in need of mixing, turkey, cottage cheese (still not tried), eggs (which I learned you can poach inside cooking oatmeal); more yogurt; beer (not touched since this started).

TEAM OINK Harry & Michelle M.

Harry & Michelle: Because we live in the same house (and use the same refrigerator) we only have one blurb.  And because neither of us likes to be on the bottom (shut up), we took drastic measures.

TYLER-EXIA & BULI-MIKEY Mikey & Ty

Mikey: This is my fridge, well at least it is the fridge my apartment.  I share this fridge with a roommate and absolutely everything you see in there is hers.  I have no food at home, which is part of my plan and part of my problem.  When I do have food at home, I eat it all until it is gone.  When I don’t, I drink water and complain about my lack of food.  It takes all of my strength and sense of ethics to not steal my roommates food.   Wish me luck!

Ty: To look at my fridge, you might think I never eat.  This is even particularly well-stocked for me; usually it contains the water pitcher and condiments. Ah, but how deceptive!  Most of my calories never see the fridge except as leftovers.  Even when I cook, I tend to buy only what I need for immediate use. The simple reason is that I tend to be a little OCD about food:  Gotta clean my plate, finish off any leftovers ASAP, eat the entire box of Cheez-Its, etc.  Since I vowed not to make any profound discoveries about my eating habits in this competition, I’ll have to stop there. As for this week’s results, there was a lot of socializing, hence a lot of outdoor calories, hence only a nominal drop.  Boo!


How did our teams do in the second week?  It’s time to find out!
We’ve calculated the cumulative percentages for each team, and here are the results:


And now it’s time to eliminate a team!  Here’s how it works: just like American Idol, you vote for the team that you want to save.  The team with the least votes will be eliminated.  Polls close around Noon (EST) on Saturday.

Wait a minute!  Before you start your campaigning, please feel free to plead your case, write speeches, freak out, party down, or even flip your shit in the comments.  We’ll see which team is eliminated next on Sunday! 

Oh, and if this blog post wasn’t long enough for you, check out what our fridges looked like last time we played!

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41 thoughts on “Biggest Cock & Rudest Loser 2, Week 3”

  1. The Bunnyman and I continue to do well despite the temporary advantage of gastrointestinal disease. Slowly and steadily we shall take over. Long live moderation and sensibility!

  2. Thank you for cheering on Team Oink! I’d like to think I have something to do with it, but Michelle has all the Awesome on our team.

    We’re trying really hard to lose the weight, that’s why I ate all the food in our fridge. Vote for us!

  3. Wow, Encraigo went down hard last week. (yes yes, you have filthy minds) Congrats to everyone who still lost. I thought with Mikey being totally sickly they would have remained near the top. I’ll be sad to see another team bite the dust. Like Amazing Race, you can join Nathan and I at the sea-side resort where C&R sends us to wait until the grand finale. We have cabana boys! Who knew they were so generous.

  4. Cabana boys? For the losers? hell, next week I’m eating three pizza a day to work my way there!

    Harry & Michelle M., your proves you are truly made of awesomeness.

    And that tongue….my GOD, that tongue…..

    HUGS…

  5. Is in any else incredibly impressed with the superior organization of Paul’s Fridge? I also love the stuffed animal in FDot’s…i guess you can always sautee some stuffing if you get hungry

  6. I should have put quotes in my blurb as I hope to be “pec-tacular” not spectacular. I’m already pretty spectacular.

    The Doc and I are doing pretty well. My only fear is that if I don’t continue to do well, I may end up in the work freezer…

  7. I remembered to vote at home today b/c the poll-thingy is blocked by the Evil Firewall of Doom. Yay me!

    How many people cleaned their fridges before taking their photos?

  8. My photo shows the fridge as it always is. Weight loss has slowed down slightly, but I just got a brainstorm on how to lose more weight from rereading “The Merchant of Venice”.

  9. @john Sorry — I’ll fix it right away. I always edit the blurbs for spelling & weird grammar. My bad!
    @vuboq Mr. Sombrero can attest that my fridge always looks like that.

  10. VUBOQ: thats my fridge the way it always looks. Oh, and the way home from work, i may buy some steaks or fish or something and keep it in there until I eat it later that night, but that’s basically it.

    Luckiily, they didn’t ask to show the freezer, which has all my TV dinner, and frozen pizzas, and ice cream and stuff. That would be embarassing. 🙂

    HUGS…

  11. Awww. Mom votes. How cute.

    I just had Kristen look at Enrico’s fridge. She thinks he needs some of the hoarder people to come in and clean it out. I also told her that Polt’s fridge looked exactly like that when I was there. Although I assume the milk has been replaced a few times since last June.

  12. Good job on the weight loss (almost everybody)!

    I wanted to see Tam’s fridge. Boo.
    I can’t decide whose refrigerator is more disturbing Mel’s or Enrico’s. Fdot’s is cutest. And the neatnik in me is thrilled with Paul’s. john – you are right. I do like carrots, though. I’d most want to visit Craig’s and help him out with those donuts and Reese’s peanut butte cups.

    Harry and I had a great week. We both lost weight, exercised almost every day and ate lots and lots (we are sick of them) and lots of vegetables. We are too fatigued from all the weight loss and exercise to campaign. Tam, save us a seat by the pool – I’m ready for my fruity drink!

  13. I don’t know why there are two apples in one drawer and one in the other. LOL I think they are old and shrivelly and will be horse treats this Sunday because the new ones I bought are still sitting on the counter.

    Wow Paul, fancy that.

  14. Good catch Paul! I spent a good hour at work googling things like “disgusting refrigerator” and “gross full refrigerator” in search of that pic. For a moment I really believed Enrico could be that gross!

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