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  • The You are What you Eat meme has been doing the rounds of the food blogsphere for a while now, and came to us by way of the funny Doc of Gluttony is No Sin (sheesh, can you believe a doc advocating that!!!) and the lovely Lulu of Lulu Loves Manhattan (soon to be London).

    Meme from the Two Worlds

  • But Boot Camp Gluttony, which is almost worse that your average sort of run of the mill indulgence.

    lily-white Diary Entry

  • The two fellows -- Joe (Fran Kranz), a wallpaper hanger (!) and actually decent, and wiseacre Jeff (Eddie Kaye Thomas) -- add to the familiarly volatile mix, as Headland ostensibly writes about what and whom she knows in this "Gluttony" entry of an apparent Seven-Deadly-Sins series.

    David Finkle: First Nighter: Young Women Behave Badly in Bachelorette and So Does Bachelorette

  • "Gluttony" is the sin of eating or drinking too much.

    Baltimore Catechism No. 4 (of 4) An Explanation of the Baltimore Catechism of Christian Doctrine

  • 'Gluttony' and swept away all colors for one and squeezed out unnatural sweetness and poured it back onto the land so it grew fat and rotted

    Catapult Magazine

  • To rehabilitate girls who represent the Seven Deadly Sins, featuring everything from "Gluttony" to "Lust," so that they can return to the real world.

    Gamezone: Game Reviews and More!

  • Approved art included a beautiful "Blue-Winged Teal" carved from tupelo wood; a ceramic slob representing "Gluttony"; strange knitted and furry creatures; papier mâché masks; a glass mosaic; a bronze nude, and paintings and photos of lilies, oranges, stripes, a light bulb, a water tower, an angel, a horse's nose, a gnome waving a cell phone and a red blob. rss feed

  • a graceful and feminine image, necessary to illustrate the more dangerous forms of subtle intemperance, as opposed to the brutal "Gluttony" in the first book.

    Stones of Venice [introductions]

  • French had borrowed the word from Medieval Latin, in which luxuria was sometimes personified as Lust or Gluttony or Greed.

    The English Is Coming!

  • Gluttony amongst the foodie world isn't right -- but to fallaciously suggest that all foodies are devoted to "the same mindless, sweating gluttony" is a deliberate mischaracterization.

    Ethan Kahn: Taking Down B.R. Myers: 'This Is A Cold Person Indeed'


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