The next sin on the menu is... oh, you already know it's GLUTTONY? Okay, I'll put the drum kit away then. No skin off my nose, you're the ones who are missing out on some bad ass once in a lifetime drum stylings.
Derived from the Latin gluttire, meaning to gulp down or swallow, gluttony (Latin, gula) is the over-indulgence and over-consumption of anything to the point of waste. In the Christian religions, it is considered a sin because of the excessive desire for food, or its withholding from the needy
Gluttony is something I have certainly been guilty of in the past, but I like to think not so much in the recent present.
There once was a time when I could eat a family size pizza in one sitting and go back for two bowls of icecream afterwards (I loved pizza. I could eat it all day and not feel full)
Not long after I moved out of home it was a bowl of ice cream and a bag of chips every night. There was lots of McDonald's and KFC (mostly KFC because there wasn't a McDonalds in this town at the time) and well, I was just enjoying all the foods that were (and I assume still are) bad for me.
Oh, and of course we can't forget the bacon and egg breakfasts on weekends. And if wasn't bacon and eggs it was pancakes. And if it wasn't pancakes it was because I was having bacon and eggs and pancakes and cooking up some brinner that night.
I'm surprised as I look back on that time that I only grew to 110kgs (which is approximately 242 pounds for anyone whose backwards country has not yet converted to the metric system =p)
But, over since my last birthday (and particularly over the last 6 months) I have been eating a lot less, and a lot healthier. Anyone who catches on on Twitter around dinner time knows these days there are a lot of Tuna Casseroles, chicken and veggies or just veggies on their own. If I have takeaway food it's usually Nando's, which is still (reasonably) healthy. And breakfast is a bowl of oats with a glass of orange juice.
So whilst I have mended my ways..
Forgive me ScoFans for I have sinned. There once was a time when, well as the song says "I've had enough, now I want my share". Whose share had I had? I don't know. But that didn't stop me wanting my share even though I was no longer hungry.