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    for those that pack meals in a cooler??????

    im about to start packing some meals for myself daily, i need a good cooler i would prefer one that dosnt requier icecubes i use to use one that requierd ice and i was always de****g with leaks, is there a cooler that i can use that dosnt reqier ice??? if you use one please let me know the Brand name so i can pick it up

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    Quote Originally Posted by steve0
    im about to start packing some meals for myself daily, i need a good cooler i would prefer one that dosnt requier icecubes i use to use one that requierd ice and i was always de****g with leaks, is there a cooler that i can use that dosnt reqier ice??? if you use one please let me know the Brand name so i can pick it up
    The collapsible, soft-sided coolers are my choice. It keeps everything cool enough and is lightweight. Not good in the dead heat of summer if you work outside, but otherwise a good choice. Walmart has them for next to nothing.

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    They call me Jim Daily. You know why? Cause I'm in the gym daily!

    Sorry, don't know where that came from...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Austex
    The collapsible, soft-sided coolers are my choice. It keeps everything cool enough and is lightweight. Not good in the dead heat of summer if you work outside, but otherwise a good choice. Walmart has them for next to nothing.


    They call me Jim Daily. You know why? Cause I'm in the gym daily!

    Sorry, don't know where that came from...


    thanks bro, hey call me jhon daily because im on the jhon daily

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    I got mine at wal-mart and i use two frozen packs..whatever they are and it works well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by muriloninja
    I got mine at wal-mart and i use two frozen packs..whatever they are and it works well.


    thanks bro i'll look into it

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    I heard that the Sponge Bob lunch box works great.............LMAO

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    those ice packs are great. they may sweat a little when they unthaw...but for the most part they keep your food cold and dry

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    i am not sure if these are the same things as ice packs but the ones i use are like a small brick with a hard plastic shell. these work good. i would buy 4 and use two daily. the other two are backups incase you forget to re freeze the ones in your softsided cooler.

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    thanks bros i checked it out at walmart today im going back tommorow to buy

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    your avatars are too funny steve

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    Quote Originally Posted by xtinaunasty
    your avatars are too funny steve

    why thankyou Tina and congrats on posting your Log it looks interesting wil you be posting some pics soon???

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anabolic CEO
    I heard that the Sponge Bob lunch box works great.............LMAO

    i was thinking of getting a Hooters lunch box

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    Quote Originally Posted by steve0
    why thankyou Tina and congrats on posting your Log it looks interesting wil you be posting some pics soon???
    well, i took some before pics but i think i look too fat...ill post them when i have progress pics to compare them to. hopefully soon. thanks for reading though!

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    Quote Originally Posted by xtinaunasty
    well, i took some before pics but i think i look too fat...ill post them when i have progress pics to compare them to. hopefully soon. thanks for reading though!


    No prb im gonna head back over to it i have some ideas and it will help some female friends of mine as well

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    the best ones imo are the packs you can freeze or heat. they are usually blue, and they are flexible so you can wrap it around tupperware or cups, plus if you ever hurt your 'witle elbow you can put it in the microwave and heat it up fo a hot pack/ or cool back for an headache.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheUglyOne
    the best ones imo are the packs you can freeze or heat. they are usually blue, and they are flexible so you can wrap it around tupperware or cups, plus if you ever hurt your 'witle elbow you can put it in the microwave and heat it up fo a hot pack/ or cool back for an headache.

    This is the kind i mentioned earlier. These work good.

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    Hooters lunch bob i think the only way to go is Family guy

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