字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 (upbeat music) - My name is Matt. I've been out of college for seven years. And one of the main things I've noticed is how much more money I spend on food today than when I was in school. I don't have the strict tight budget that I had in college. I went from ordering 5-5-5 deals to probably spending most of my money on meals. And so I've wanted to revert back to square one, and that's college. (cheerful jazz music) Three for a dollar. Even though I ate like such shit, I just want to see how eating like that again would affect my day to day life because I gained 35 pounds my senior year of college from eating this exact type of stuff. Part of me's kind of looking forward to this. (upbeat music) - Just finished my softball game and literally all I wanna do is Seamless some food right now, but... College diet. (pot banging) Cheesy delicious magic. - (Voicover) Ew. Ugh. I'm actually going to employ a little trick I did in college. I heated my food up with a blow dryer. (blow dryer whirring) So a cup of noodles is still quite actually delicious. But the whole time I was eating, I was wondering why does this not seem healthy? And then I checked out the nutrition facts. I just had 50% my daily value of sodium. This is also gonna be my dinner. I was actually thinking about it and all the junk food that I've had this week has been like genuinely delightful. I actually am getting a little too used to eating it. So, I ate like a college student for a week. I had mac and cheese three nights for dinner, like six cup of noodles over the course of the week, I saved close to $180. I was like, holy shit. I do not think it's a sustainable way of living just because I felt like a lot more lethargic. Already feeling a little bit like poopy in my tummy. As much as I don't love healthy food, I will admit that it does make you feel a little better. So I actually brought food from home. But I'm gonna pay more attention to my Seamless orders and I will try to cook more often, I will try to actually grocery shop. I will try to just be a normal well-adjusted adult instead of an overgrown college kid with more money to spend.