Among other things, we discussed Do-Over Meals.
A Do-Over Meal is one that is eaten when your first meal isn't good enough. For instance, if you go to someone's house and they serve you pickle casserole and you eat a whole serving, but on your way home you stop at Taco Bell and eat again. You're eating again because the first meal was nasty and you deserve better, not because you're hungry.
There are numerous scenarios in which a Do-Over Meal may be eaten:
1) You eat granola for breakfast. Then you get a call to go out for waffles. You can't turn down the waffles.
2) You have a tuna sandwich for lunch. Maybe with chips and a cold soda. Then someone brings over Chipotle. You gotta eat the Chipotle.
3) You eat bean soup for dinner, which makes you feel sad, so you order pizza.
In each case, you had a meal, but ate the second, better meal as well. The second meal tastes better; that's why it's necessary.
I would say that a true Do-Over Meal more closely resembles the third example. In these cases, you consciously choose the second meal based on the horribleness of the first.
This is reason #4 that I am a little fat for hiking.