meat sweats

meat sweats

Perspiration that follows the ingestion of large quantities of meat. I definitely had the meat sweats after eating all that turkey on Thanksgiving.
See also: meat, sweat
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That's terrible news, how are we gonna get our meat sweats on now?
Trattoria Al Forno, a stone's throw from BoardWalk Inn, is a popular choice for pasta, while across the Crescent Lake, the Yachtsman Steak House serves a Kansas City strip that's guaranteed to give you the meat sweats.
Oh, the sprouts, the gravy and the meat sweats, we should never think too closely as to what we put our bodies through on that glorious day.
We swayed into Maredo's Steakhouse right next to the bar and enjoyed the meat sweats from the sublime Wagyu beef steaks with black pepper sauce.
There's always the odd feckless footballer who breaks out in the meat sweats after five minutes of their December 26 fixture, or turns up with bits of stuffing and chipolatas in his beard.
Mixed grill seemed to be a team choice and by the end there were a few people getting the meat sweats.
Expect to hear the experimental sounds of Meat Sweats, musical biology from Amoeba 2 Zebra, plus performance poetry from Edinburgh's Sean Cartwright and Huddersfield's own Michael Greavey.
And so it has begun - the Christmas gorge - the sweets, turkey and alcohol fest that is the run-up to and the aftermath of December 25 which becomes a week of sugar highs, meat sweats and drink downers.
And fair enough, I was a few pints in at the time, meat sweats taking hold, but it struck as being from heart.
Yes, finally the world's dominant culture has absorbed us into its increasing impressive folds of flab, where we're not happy that we've achieved true value for money unless we have meat sweats and shame in our hearts.
I've got what is referred to in the world of competitive eating as the meat sweats.