I am your host, Noodles and Beef, and welcome to my blog. It's my creative dumping ground and journal. I post work from my photo projects, sketches from my notepad, and infographics from my research. Sometimes I write about my body dysmorphia but more often I post photos of my butt. I am in a D/s relationship with two wonderful pups. Your hair looks amazing today.

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What is Chuck taking/eating that he gained 10 lbs in a week? Tell us the secrets!!!
Anonymous

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Chuck is here, so he’ll answer your question:

Chuck says:

I have six gainer shakes a day.  

Yes, six.  One when I wake up, one before gym, after gym, with lunch, after work, and before bed.

I take Optimum Nutrition Pro Complex Gainer with two cups of 2% milk.  (Dylan note: together, thats 80g protein, 1,000 calories, 100g carbs)

For breakfast I eat Van’s Brown Rice Waffles.  Yeah.  Letsee, two of those.  And then.  Lunch and dinner are variable, but always include some sort of brown rice or quinoa.  Lotsa of protein and vegetables.  

And then I have snacks: cheese sticks, brie with brown rice crackers, and protein bars. And whole raw almonds.

Chuck edit #1:

Oops, forgot my supplements.  No steroids, I don’t take creatine because of the caffeine I drink, Magnum Nutraceuticals Primer, CoQ10, Fish Oil, and thats all that I’m really taking.

Oh, and pre-workout, No2 Booster like NOXPLODE.

Here’s my commentary:

Chuck has a very receptive body to weight training and diet.  He’s kind of a natural at gaining weight, which can be a double-edged sword.  He doesn’t require much chemical assistance, its all about diet.  So I’m putting him on a “clean bulk” diet.  He’s allowed to have complex carbs like quinoa or brown rice and dairy.  

Latkes and Lamb with my pups and Chuck for passover.

Latkes were done hors d’oeuvres style: tiny potato pancakes with dozens of toppings. Classic apple sauce and sour cream, fruit and cream fraiche, preserves, honey, a charcuterie board, four kind of cheese, and lox.

That background in your latest outtake is making you look a lot smaller, it isn't doing you any justice...
Anonymous

Oh…maybe I should stop taking photos on horizontal lines.  Huh.

madanayr submitted:

I wanna say I’m a big fan. You and your pups seem so incredibly awesome, and I love being able to get a glimpse of your beautiful relationship and family life. It puts a big ole smile on my face :)
You guys are so great, I wanted to do a little something for ya’ll.  I hope it’s not too cheesy for ya, but just something to let you know you’re very much appreciated.

Wow. Thank you so much, its really hot :D
I’m so flattered when folks draw me, or my pup, or all of us together like this.  The pups love it, btw, thank you!

madanayr submitted:

I wanna say I’m a big fan. You and your pups seem so incredibly awesome, and I love being able to get a glimpse of your beautiful relationship and family life. It puts a big ole smile on my face :)

You guys are so great, I wanted to do a little something for ya’ll.  I hope it’s not too cheesy for ya, but just something to let you know you’re very much appreciated.

Wow. Thank you so much, its really hot :D

I’m so flattered when folks draw me, or my pup, or all of us together like this.  The pups love it, btw, thank you!

Progress update: 230lbs

I haven’t been this small in over two years.  Eek…

My waist is down 2-inches, but I don’t feel much more defined.

Not sure how much more cutting (read: emotional anguish) I can endure.  Might start bulking next month.

What are some small phrases/actions you say/do to assert your role over the pups?
astarnamedwill

Each pup has different triggers.

Some triggers are physical: nipples, butt, inner thigh, neck, ears…a little touch or a bit of force is all it takes to put my pups in place.  Usually I prefer to tease the physical triggers.  They’re more wired for sexy things.

Some triggers are mental: forced eye contact, certain words that have a conditioned meaning, direct commands…these are the most satisfying for me.  When my pups respond to a non-physical trigger, its a display of submission that lets me know they’re mine.  I don’t need to assert myself, they give on their own accord.

There are other, subtle formalities that are part of my pups’ submissive dialog.  From asking to be on the same level as me to anticipating my needs before I verbalize them, my pups don’t need me to assert myself over them.  Thats just for fun.


Hold on there, this is important.

Hi, I'm Noodles and Beef and welcome to my blog. How are you? Your hair looks great today. What's your secret? I think its important we get to know each other a little bit before you continue.

I've been updating this blog for over 13-years to help me remember and better appreciate my life experiences. I blog for my own benefit, so the content can be extremely personal and sometimes that makes people uncomfortable.

We just met, so I'm not sure what makes you uncomfortable.

Thats why you need to be at least 18-years-old to continue...and if it makes you uncomfortable, just stop reading my blog, okay?


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