I am presently attempting a 'relatively' clean bulk (okay, with the exception of a LOT of Crystal Lite and diet soda -- can't resist Mountain Dew). I don't eat any fast food, sugars and other assorted "crap" ... not that there is anything wrong with that ... so, all foods are healthy, plenty of complex carbs, veggies/fruit, protein, fats, hitting the right amount of fiber, gallons of water, yadda, yadda, yadda.
My question is for anyone who has experienced this while doing a bulk. You are eating above maintenance, taking in lots of food and still find yourself STARVING? And by starving, I mean ... nothing you eat is making you feel sated and you are literally counting the minutes until you are scheduled to eat again. I've already experienced a few days like this where I end up eating another 2-4K+ calories above what I am taking in on the bulk. (And doing it all cleanly with just massive amounts of food.)
So ... what to do?
A) Go with the flow and eat the huge amounts whenever it hits you?
B) Bump up your daily caloric intake even higher to avoid these 'binges'?
C) Say to yourself ... F*** it, I'm on a bulk and bring a lawn chair, microwave, and a REALLY long extension cord to the nearest supermarket and chow down until they throw you out?