I'm a 29 year old man, eating Transformers themed Lunchables at work.....

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  1. Sludge

    Sludge Formerly NC Bulkhead

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    ...... I think I'm ready to admit I have a problem.
     
  2. Screambug

    Screambug King of Transformers

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    Shrug, you are not doing any serious crime.:rolleyes2 

    Not even when your co-workers are teasing you about it. It's YOUR business, not theirs about what to bring to lunch anyway.

    However, if you REALLY believe there's a Cybertron out there and there's alien robots on it getting ready to invade our planet AND you're running out there, warning everyone about them...ok then...

    ...you do have a serious problem.:wink: 
     
  3. Hiro Prime

    Hiro Prime Cybertronian Guru Veteran

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    Not really.

    Now if you were say... 36 years old and bought a dozen TF Lunchables to secure a complete set of the 6 flip toys then maybe. But I'd say you'd have a bigger problem than that to deal with, cause then you'd be me. :p 
     
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    Don't worry, we'll drag you back from that position soon enough.
     
  5. alphie

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    I use a spare TF thermos I have for water. :lol  I am not ashamed of my hobby. Just ask anybody I work with. :p  I proudly stand tall in the breakroom with my Energon Lunch Bag and Tf Thermos and eat my TF Lunchable.

    *hmmm...maybe I have a problem.*
     
  6. IACON

    IACON "That's Vector Sigma?" TFW2005 Supporter

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  7. The Crazy Collector

    The Crazy Collector Well, that's just Prime! TFW2005 Supporter

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    Sorry, maybe I'm missing something, but what's the problem? Sounds like perfectly normal behavior to me. Now where did I leave my TF lunchable...?
     
  8. Ruination04

    Ruination04 8 Years Old Since 1984!

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    I did that very same thing yesterday. Took my TF lunchale to work. Of course my frind teased me but he is the biggest Superman freak there is so I know he was just being funny. Everyone else thought it was cool. I got 2 of them. I might buy the other 4 this weekend.
     
  9. ams

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    Thanks goodness I'm only 32, then, because everything else in this post is true for me as well.
    :lol 
     
  10. thoughtcrime

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    LOL Don't worry I think he's being humorous guys.

    I'd say the bigger problem is the Lunchable food itself, which I can only assume is 98% preservatives & sodium and 2% 'animal matter'.
     
  11. Harbinger[TG]

    Harbinger[TG] Almost Toyless

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    they have to be better than the spiderman trivia pringles that are barely legible
     
  12. Rumble02

    Rumble02 Radicon of Obliticons

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    im failing to see the negative
     
  13. Shipley

    Shipley No Topic Required

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    I can relate, the many times I've ordered kid's meals at fast food joints to get the toy is sad.
     
  14. BlueFlame

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    WAIT A SECOND! What? They have Transformers Lunchables?????? Where? I have to get some....um, for my kid. Yeah, for my kid.
     
  15. polymorphic

    polymorphic Bumblebee tuna!

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    Ham or Turkey? If you're eating the ham one, you should be ashamed. If turkey, then I think you're OK. At least for another few years.

    Also, don't eat the American cheese at your age (I'm 32). Eat the cheddar. If no cheddar is available, throw the cheese away or give to a younger co-worker.

    Correct stacking order for your age bracket is as follows:

    Cracker, meat (no ham), cheese (only if cheddar)
     
  16. ams

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    Aren't those things tiny little kid portions of gross?

    THAT is the problem.
     
  18. Deefuzz

    Deefuzz Beard On! Beardmaster! Veteran

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    My question is, is there a way to tell what toy is in the box before you buy it? That way I can get all 6 buy only buying 6 lunchables :) 
     
  19. Optimist_Prime

    Optimist_Prime The Original Optimist!

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    Until Lunchables are illeage to be eaten by people over the age of 12, I fail to see any problem

    BTW: I'm 20, so you're almost in good company! :wink: 
     
  20. Rodimus Primal

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    I'm tempted to leave work right now and to look at the Shoprite next door for them now...
     

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