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2013-01-27 05:18:35 PM

Krikkitbot: What the hell is a stone? Why can't they stick with one measuring unit? Is it too hard to use pounds for everything that they have to use pounds only for some things while using stone for others? All the while trying to determine whether to keep teaching the metric system in schools?


Eh, you would also complain if they used kilographs.
 
2013-01-27 05:27:38 PM

99.998er: xynix: Also kind of relevant because I had a "McMuffin" this morning. Home made.. On an Ezekiel 4:9 organic sprouted whole grain muffin, organic eggs - locally sourced from a farm about 20 miles away, organic cheese of course - locally sourced from Harmony Farms in north Georgia.. It's not hard to make something yummy that is also healthy and unprocessed. Eating like that is a big reason why I weight the same as I did when I was 19.

Hmmm? Atlanta? Do you happen to workout with a guy that drives a convertible Beamer and went to an Ivy League school?


Haven't been to a gym in years and I only drive cars made in the USA.. I did go to Duke though which is embarrassing. ;)

machoprogrammer: You do know organic food is no better for you than regular, right?


Sure.. Keep telling yourself that. A McDonalds hamburger is exactly as healthy as a hamburger made from grass fed beef. Sure. I'll put it to you this way and if it were convenient for me to do so I would show you a picture of me with my entire family of whales. My families diet consists mostly of fast food and they all have high blood pressure, they're grossly overweight and I mean morbidly obese, they have major health problems. Every time I talk to my mom some cousin is in the hospital for "lupus like symptoms" or going to get some blood work for this problem or that problem and these people aren't even in their 40s yet (I'm 39). I haven't been to a doctor other than yearly checkups ever. The last checkup I had came back with absolutely perfect results. I weigh around 155-160 depending on my shiatting schedule and the last time I went to the gym was probably 5 years ago. I sit in front a keyboard on most days as I work from home. The most exercise I get is walking from my car to the jetway at ATL.

I'm not going to over hype stuff but living 100% organic for 12-13 years makes me feel fantastic without working out. I have tons of energy and zero complaints about my body. I am 100% sure that living on food that isn't poisoned, isn't fed shiatloads of hormones, etc has a major impact on people as they age. All these "lupus" like symptoms I attribute to living a shiatty food life style. If it were genetics I would be as big as the rest of my family.
 
2013-01-27 05:28:05 PM

Sultan Of Herf: My mother-in-law eats McDs sausage biscuits every day on the way to, and shes 5'4 and well over 300 lbs. Shes also been known to eat an entire box of Oreos in a sitting. She lives an entirely sedentary lifesyle, even her job allows her to be sitting all day. Add in the 2 packs of cigarettes a day and she has pretty much every bad thing you can do to your body covered.

Somehow shes still not dead.

/dammit


She sounds .....like .....a mother-in-law.
 
2013-01-27 05:30:32 PM
I too got a medical degree from Hollywood Upstairs Medical College and can diagnose people based on vague correlations.
 
2013-01-27 05:33:12 PM

Dinki: The mirror has finally gotten to the point where it is probably paying people to do stupid/outrageous/silly stuff for a year or so, then doing an article about them.
/Or it could be Britain really is filled with a lot of very silly people.


Could be.

www.id-wall.com
 
2013-01-27 05:34:22 PM

ecl: Animal Collective is easily the best "Group" since Buddy Holly and the Crickets.


Hey now, don't you be knocking on my A.C.
 
2013-01-27 05:34:39 PM
www.funatiq.com

newbodyarchitects.com

resource.mmgn.com
/You're welcome.
 
2013-01-27 05:37:28 PM
In other new, there's still no cure for being British.
 
2013-01-27 05:37:42 PM
I'm unimpressed with these "look at how much weight these people lost" news stories.

Take another picture of them in two years.

cbsfresh1025.files.wordpress.com
 
2013-01-27 05:40:16 PM
xynix Well played. Usually it's not that much more expensive to buy organic. But it makes a huge difference to stay away from the hfcs and gmos and chemical creations. And why not pay more for a delicious sprouted Ezekiel muffin, buying it from McDonald's costs more anyway because they have a right to their corporate profit from their generic tasting muffin.
 
2013-01-27 05:40:26 PM
Somebody PLEASE harpoon those fat Farks - and put 'em outta my misery!!
 
2013-01-27 05:40:39 PM
I don't see any wtf pics. I see "pretty much exactly what you'd expect" pics.
 
2013-01-27 05:40:44 PM

xynix: My families diet consists mostly of fast food and they all have high blood pressure, they're grossly overweight and I mean morbidly obese, they have major health problems.


Everything in moderation. Including 'organic', and 'vegan'.
 
2013-01-27 05:44:17 PM
KFC in Britain serves burgers? Or is that just the wrong name for a chicken sandwich?
 
2013-01-27 05:51:35 PM

YouPeopleAreCrazy: xynix: My families diet consists mostly of fast food and they all have high blood pressure, they're grossly overweight and I mean morbidly obese, they have major health problems.

Everything in moderation. Including 'organic', and 'vegan'.


You are missing his point. xynix eats burgers. Grass-fed not corn-fed. He eats eggs. From free range not concentration camp chickens. He eats quite well thank you without moderating it with Frankenfoods, and has the results vs the rest of his family to prove it
 
2013-01-27 05:53:47 PM
I'm drinking some free-range organic water, I can feel the vitamins in my system
 
2013-01-27 06:05:48 PM
Reading the article, I think one can say that amounts not just content had some play in it. 3 mcmuffins?! each? I'm not exactly light on my toes and one without the hashbrown is enough for me. In fact, an egg mcmuffin is 300 calories so fits well within an 1800 calorie day diet by itself but times three plus anything else they added (soda, harshbrowns, etc) and they've had more than half of the calories for the day. If they eat like that for lunch and dinner it is no wonder.

I won't say fast food is healthy but it can be fine mixed in with other stuffs and watch the calorie intake.

For those touting the organic/health craze. It would be nice if that stuff was cheaper to the average family could consider buying it. Some of it is no different than the regular version (due to the not very restricted regulation on how something can be labeled organiz) but there are some of those products that are better for everyone.
 
2013-01-27 06:17:46 PM
Typical fat Americans.
 
2013-01-27 06:20:57 PM
The shame Emma and Dylan felt over the Butlins ban prompted them to start dieting, but only joining Slimming World brought them the results they wanted. And they cut out the trips to burger joints.

It's not news, it's a seedy advertorial.
 
2013-01-27 06:37:20 PM

xynix: Also kind of relevant because I had a "McMuffin" this morning. Home made.. On an Ezekiel 4:9 organic sprouted whole grain muffin, organic eggs - locally sourced from a farm about 20 miles away, organic cheese of course - locally sourced from Harmony Farms in north Georgia.. It's not hard to make something yummy that is also healthy and unprocessed. Eating like that is a big reason why I weight the same as I did when I was 19.


You must be a riot at parties.

/Assuming they have space to park your Prius.
 
2013-01-27 06:41:06 PM
bossip.files.wordpress.com

I'm right behind you guys... If you know what I mean.
 
2013-01-27 06:44:56 PM
She's a little scary.
Who ya gonna call????

upload.wikimedia.org
 
2013-01-27 06:54:12 PM
Oops, that should be:

Not to mention, the distinction of "organic" is really just a buzzword for people who don't know what they're talking about in terms of what does or doesn't make a food better quality.

"Organic" eggs? Never mind how silly the phrase itself sounds, but what really matters is the diet of the hens - whether they're grain fed or grass fed. Same for the cheese, the "organic" monicker doesn't reveal anything helpful about the quality of the product, what really matters is the diet and lifestyle of the dairy cows.
 
2013-01-27 06:59:15 PM

Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: xynix: Also kind of relevant because I had a "McMuffin" this morning. Home made.. On an Ezekiel 4:9 organic sprouted whole grain muffin, organic eggs - locally sourced from a farm about 20 miles away, organic cheese of course - locally sourced from Harmony Farms in north Georgia.. It's not hard to make something yummy that is also healthy and unprocessed. Eating like that is a big reason why I weight the same as I did when I was 19.

All that shiat you mentioned is "processed", just in a way suitable for your individual pretenses.


Ok, so I agree that he's coming across as pretty smug and holier-than-thou, but I gotta ask - how is an *egg* processed? I totally get the bread being processed (they make the bread from ingredients, which has a whole process in itself, almost certainly done by machines in a factory) and might even be able to accept the cheese as processed (there's a process to making cheese, although that seems like quite a bit more of a stretch to the term "processed"), but an egg? It popped out of a chicken, and then somebody put it, whole and unchanged, in a carton for sale.

Also, I'm willing to give xynix the benefit of the doubt that he's being so sanctimonious mostly out of frustration, of knowing how very easy it is to eat healthily while being surrounded by people who insist it's difficult to the point of impossible.

/Although I *hate* chickens, those videos of standard egg production still make me cry.... so threadjack to mention that "organic" eggs can still be barbaric, and often so are "cage free" or "free range" which are essentially meaningless because they're not enforced or externally audited - you want your eggs to be "Certified Humane", "Animal Welfare Approved", "American Humane Certified" or "Food Alliance Certified". More expensive no doubt, but as a bonus, usually they are also Omega-3, which we all need more of in our diets. Not being sanctimonious in my own right, just feel bad for those poor bastards and what miserable lives they live to give us regular eggs.
 
2013-01-27 07:04:53 PM

tentaculistic: Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: xynix: Also kind of relevant because I had a "McMuffin" this morning. Home made.. On an Ezekiel 4:9 organic sprouted whole grain muffin, organic eggs - locally sourced from a farm about 20 miles away, organic cheese of course - locally sourced from Harmony Farms in north Georgia.. It's not hard to make something yummy that is also healthy and unprocessed. Eating like that is a big reason why I weight the same as I did when I was 19.

All that shiat you mentioned is "processed", just in a way suitable for your individual pretenses.

Ok, so I agree that he's coming across as pretty smug and holier-than-thou, but I gotta ask - how is an *egg* processed? I totally get the bread being processed (they make the bread from ingredients, which has a whole process in itself, almost certainly done by machines in a factory) and might even be able to accept the cheese as processed (there's a process to making cheese, although that seems like quite a bit more of a stretch to the term "processed"), but an egg? It popped out of a chicken, and then somebody put it, whole and unchanged, in a carton for sale.

Also, I'm willing to give xynix the benefit of the doubt that he's being so sanctimonious mostly out of frustration, of knowing how very easy it is to eat healthily while being surrounded by people who insist it's difficult to the point of impossible.

/Although I *hate* chickens, those videos of standard egg production still make me cry.... so threadjack to mention that "organic" eggs can still be barbaric, and often so are "cage free" or "free range" which are essentially meaningless because they're not enforced or externally audited - you want your eggs to be "Certified Humane", "Animal Welfare Approved", "American Humane Certified" or "Food Alliance Certified". More expensive no doubt, but as a bonus, usually they are also Omega-3, which we all need more of in our diets. Not being sanctimonious in my own right, just feel bad for those poor bastards and what miserable lives they live to give us regular eggs.


Yeah, eggs aren't really processed. The eggs in McMuffins aren't processed either, though, even though I'm willing to bet their omega ratios are worse than eggs from grass fed hens.
 
2013-01-27 07:09:16 PM
Which will kill them first, a heart attack or diabetes?
 
2013-01-27 07:09:43 PM
42? 28? Really?
 
2013-01-27 07:09:56 PM

Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom:
"Organic" eggs? Never mind how silly the phrase itself sounds, but what really matters is the diet of the hens - whether they're grain fed or grass fed.


The best eggs are from the family farm. The hens get to eat lots of bugs and such, so the yolks are a very deep orange/yellow, instead of that weak yellow you get from store bought eggs.

Also, any food that has been modified from it's original form is "processed food". In other words, it doesn't matter what kind of muffin you're eating, the damn thing has been processed.
 
2013-01-27 07:14:46 PM

sitesmithscott: organic


Um what? not very restricted regulation on organic? You have clearly not read the regulations, they are quite restricted! (They didn't use to be though, so that may be what you were thinking of). Check out this: U.S. Code of Federal Regulations 7 subtitle B chapter I subchapter M Part 205 (National Organic Program). Here's a sample section, on livestock feed:

§ 205.237 Livestock feed.
(a) The producer of an organic livestock operation must provide livestock with a total feed ration composed of agricultural products, including pasture and forage, that are organically produced and handled by operations certified to the NOP, except as provided in § 205.236(a)(2)(i), except, that, synthetic substances allowed under § 205.603 and nonsynthetic substances not prohibited under § 205.604 may be used as feed additives and feed supplements, Provided, That, all agricultural ingredients included in the ingredients list, for such additives and supplements, shall have been produced and handled organically.
(b) The producer of an organic operation must not:
(1) Use animal drugs, including hormones, to promote growth;
(2) Provide feed supplements or additives in amounts above those needed for adequate nutrition and health maintenance for the species at its specific stage of life;
(3) Feed plastic pellets for roughage;
(4) Feed formulas containing urea or manure;
(5) Feed mammalian or poultry slaughter by-products to mammals or poultry;
(6) Use feed, feed additives, and feed supplements in violation of the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act;
(7) Provide feed or forage to which any antibiotic including ionophores has been added; or
(8) Prevent, withhold, restrain, or otherwise restrict ruminant animals from actively obtaining feed grazed from pasture during the grazing season, except for conditions as described under § 205.239(b) and (c).
(c) During the grazing season, producers shall:
(1) Provide not more than an average of 70 percent of a ruminant's dry matter demand from dry matter fed (dry matter fed does not include dry matter grazed from residual forage or vegetation rooted in pasture). This shall be calculated as an average over the entire grazing season for each type and class of animal. Ruminant animals must be grazed throughout the entire grazing season for the geographical region, which shall be not less than 120 days per calendar year. Due to weather, season, and/or climate, the grazing season may or may not be continuous.
(2) Provide pasture of a sufficient quality and quantity to graze throughout the grazing season and to provide all ruminants under the organic system plan with an average of not less than 30 percent of their dry matter intake from grazing throughout the grazing season: Except, That,
(i) Ruminant animals denied pasture in accordance with § 205.239(b)(1) through (8), and § 205.239(c)(1) through (3), shall be provided with an average of not less than 30 percent of their dry matter intake from grazing throughout the periods that they are on pasture during the grazing season;
(ii) Breeding bulls shall be exempt from the 30 percent dry matter intake from grazing requirement of this section and management on pasture requirement of § 205.239(c)(2); Provided, That, any animal maintained under this exemption shall not be sold, labeled, used, or represented as organic slaughter stock.
(d) Ruminant livestock producers shall:
(1) Describe the total feed ration for each type and class of animal. The description must include:
(i) All feed produced on-farm;
(ii) All feed purchased from off-farm sources;
(iii) The percentage of each feed type, including pasture, in the total ration; and
(iv) A list of all feed supplements and additives.
(2) Document the amount of each type of feed actually fed to each type and class of animal.
(3) Document changes that are made to all rations throughout the year in response to seasonal grazing changes.
(4) Provide the method for calculating dry matter demand and dry matter intake.
 
2013-01-27 07:26:07 PM
Ok, when subby said "wtf pics" I kinda figured it would be something I wasn't expecting. Like, the guy is sporting a six pack and the girl is super hot. But instead I want to gouge my own eyes out, smoosh them up and put them in a blender just to be assured of never having to see that again.
 
2013-01-27 07:29:13 PM
Since we're throwing out a lot of anecdotal evidence about fast food's effect on the body, let me share one from the other side of the fence.

I have a lady that works for me that is 49, quite attractive, and about a size 2.
An average day for her is a McDonald's biscuit of some type for breakfast, Little Caesar's or Taco Bell/KFC for lunch, and then usually a casual dining joint for dinner. If you used her as a single case study, you'd say fast food is the greatest thing a guy or gal could do to improve their appearance.

/If I ate like she did, I'd have to have someone put my shoes on for me.
 
2013-01-27 07:37:03 PM
You know what? I understand the food addiction a little.bit, there was a period after my last breakup where I was really depressed or a while. and I remember that after several days or a week of Big Mac's for Dinner every night I started really looking forward to going every night and I really received a little sense of a reward mechanism when I ate it every night. It was like I had a craving every night which feeding satiated like a junky getting a fix, It really was like a big brief happy moment that I previously and currently am not used to getting out of a simple meal. I would almost liken it to jonesing for a cig from the early afternoon on and finally getting it at dinner.

Does that make sense or am I poorly babbling?
 
2013-01-27 08:12:13 PM

Uchiha_Cycliste: You know what? I understand the food addiction a little.bit, there was a period after my last breakup where I was really depressed or a while. and I remember that after several days or a week of Big Mac's for Dinner every night I started really looking forward to going every night and I really received a little sense of a reward mechanism when I ate it every night. It was like I had a craving every night which feeding satiated like a junky getting a fix, It really was like a big brief happy moment that I previously and currently am not used to getting out of a simple meal. I would almost liken it to jonesing for a cig from the early afternoon on and finally getting it at dinner.

Does that make sense or am I poorly babbling?


They call it a happy meal for a reason. I've heard that comfort food is really just taking the hypothalamus back to your childhood. Many of us went to McDonald's after baseball games, for birthday parties, or if our parents wanted to treat us. In other words: happy times. Believe it or not McDonald's is well aware of this imprinting and uses it wisely to bring customers back as adults.
 
2013-01-27 08:12:26 PM

flemardo: Wow, time is hard on British women, that is a hard lived 28 years of age.



Oh God you have a picture of one woman from a country that has had so many races bred into it that only an idiot would think one woman would be representative of them all.

Lets try some other typical stereotypes always about women.

Oh age is not good on Greek women look how fat she is.

Oh age is not good on Brazilian women oh look how fat she is


Oh age is not good on Asian women oh look how skinny she is
Oh age is not good on American women look how pix elated she is.
Oh age is not good on Swedish women oh look at how wrinkled her skin is.
Oh age is not good on Mexican women look how leathery her skin is.

Did you get the clue why so many Americans think their women are better looking... The British shows will show women with the appropriate wrinkles they have. America photo shops everything and if this article had been American it would have been photo shopped.


Stop being so bloody racist and so bloody stupid. Most people in this world are so cross bred through generations that to even be able to say they are Spanish, Greek or whatever is so close to impossible it may as well be impossible.

Mine

English,
Swedish
Welsh
Spanish
Norwegian
Italian
Scottish.
Indian.
 
2013-01-27 08:19:15 PM

Guest: flemardo: Wow, time is hard on British women, that is a hard lived 28 years of age.


Oh God you have a picture of one woman from a country that has had so many races bred into it that only an idiot would think one woman would be representative of them all.

Lets try some other typical stereotypes always about women.

Oh age is not good on Greek women look how fat she is.

Oh age is not good on Brazilian women oh look how fat she is


Oh age is not good on Asian women oh look how skinny she is
Oh age is not good on American women look how pix elated she is.
Oh age is not good on Swedish women oh look at how wrinkled her skin is.
Oh age is not good on Mexican women look how leathery her skin is.

Did you get the clue why so many Americans think their women are better looking... The British shows will show women with the appropriate wrinkles they have. America photo shops everything and if this article had been American it would have been photo shopped.


Stop being so bloody racist and so bloody stupid. Most people in this world are so cross bred through generations that to even be able to say they are Spanish, Greek or whatever is so close to impossible it may as well be impossible.

Mine

English,
Swedish
Welsh
Spanish
Norwegian
Italian
Scottish.
Indian.


Challenge: post the hottest British girl you can find; let fark be the judge.
 
2013-01-27 08:21:20 PM

tentaculistic: Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: xynix: Also kind of relevant because I had a "McMuffin" this morning. Home made.. On an Ezekiel 4:9 organic sprouted whole grain muffin, organic eggs - locally sourced from a farm about 20 miles away, organic cheese of course - locally sourced from Harmony Farms in north Georgia.. It's not hard to make something yummy that is also healthy and unprocessed. Eating like that is a big reason why I weight the same as I did when I was 19.

All that shiat you mentioned is "processed", just in a way suitable for your individual pretenses.

Ok, so I agree that he's coming across as pretty smug and holier-than-thou, but I gotta ask - how is an *egg* processed? I totally get the bread being processed (they make the bread from ingredients, which has a whole process in itself, almost certainly done by machines in a factory) and might even be able to accept the cheese as processed (there's a process to making cheese, although that seems like quite a bit more of a stretch to the term "processed"), but an egg? It popped out of a chicken, and then somebody put it, whole and unchanged, in a carton for sale.

Also, I'm willing to give xynix the benefit of the doubt that he's being so sanctimonious mostly out of frustration, of knowing how very easy it is to eat healthily while being surrounded by people who insist it's difficult to the point of impossible.

/Although I *hate* chickens, those videos of standard egg production still make me cry.... so threadjack to mention that "organic" eggs can still be barbaric, and often so are "cage free" or "free range" which are essentially meaningless because they're not enforced or externally audited - you want your eggs to be "Certified Humane", "Animal Welfare Approved", "American Humane Certified" or "Food Alliance Certified". More expensive no doubt, but as a bonus, usually they are also Omega-3, which we all need more of in our diets. Not being sanctimonious in my own right, just feel bad for those poo ...


I believe pushing organic on people actually puts them off.

1. A lot of people do not live only 20 minutes away and to find truly organic would be a whole day trip and many people who work full time would not get to the places before they close.

2. It is terribly expensive and many people simply cannot afford it.


There are alternatives you can have that are cheap and easy and don't include your whole food budget and your whole weekend spent making one meal.
 
2013-01-27 08:22:35 PM

leonel: Three mcmuffins a day for breakfast? They must have passed enough bricks to build their own house, heaven forbid anyone wants to live in a house made of poo bricks.


Well, maybe, if it wasn't in a shiatty neighborhood.
 
2013-01-27 08:25:10 PM

YouWinAgainGravity: I'm drinking some free-range organic water, I can feel the vitamins in my system


COME SEE THE VITAMINS INHERENT IN THE SYSTEM!
 
2013-01-27 08:29:15 PM
Whenever I eat a mcgriddle, I have a Complete Rectum Cleansing Moment about 30 minutes later.
 
2013-01-27 08:43:33 PM
Was wondering this afternoon if McDonalds is actually addicting. After decades of not eating there I stopped off ~1am for coffee because they were the only thing open and I still had a 3hr. drive ahead of me. Threw in some fries just for the hell of it. Now I want to stop at every MD's I pass and get more fries. Do they fill them with crack or something??
 
2013-01-27 08:46:27 PM

Fark Rye For Many Whores: [i4.mirror.co.uk image 308x458]
I was going to say they need to switch clothes but I'm not sure that works either - maybe just move to British Columbia.


She still looks like a guy, and from personal experience, British men are almost always short.
 
2013-01-27 08:49:53 PM

xynix: drjekel_mrhyde: xynix: Also kind of relevant because I had a "McMuffin" this morning. Home made.. On an Ezekiel 4:9 organic sprouted whole grain muffin, organic eggs - locally sourced from a farm about 20 miles away, organic cheese of course - locally sourced from Harmony Farms in north Georgia.. It's not hard to make something yummy that is also healthy and unprocessed. Eating like that is a big reason why I weight the same as I did when I was 19.

I'll pass the shiat talking if that's your wife/GF in your profile
/If so gud jerb

Thanks! Soon to be fiance after 4 1/2 years of dating. She's a wonderful person.. Really great attitude about life and relationships.. Never biatches and loves fishing. Karma maybe after being married to the worst human possible for 10 years? Maybe! She's also a great cook and does my laundry.


She's only after your money.
 
2013-01-27 09:48:07 PM
Sadly, these people are pretty average by american standards, especially the husband. The wife was a bit of a blobbo, but certainly not the most disgustingly fat thing I've ever seen. Glad they lost the weight.
 
2013-01-27 10:09:48 PM

machoprogrammer: You do know organic food is no better for you than regular, right?


Kind of. It is not more nutritional but it does lack the chemicals (fertilizer, spray, etc.) from non-organic food.
 
2013-01-27 10:10:29 PM

amquelbettamin: Guest: flemardo: Wow, time is hard on British women, that is a hard lived 28 years of age.


Oh God you have a picture of one woman from a country that has had so many races bred into it that only an idiot would think one woman would be representative of them all.

Lets try some other typical stereotypes always about women.

Oh age is not good on Greek women look how fat she is.

Oh age is not good on Brazilian women oh look how fat she is


Oh age is not good on Asian women oh look how skinny she is
Oh age is not good on American women look how pix elated she is.
Oh age is not good on Swedish women oh look at how wrinkled her skin is.
Oh age is not good on Mexican women look how leathery her skin is.

Did you get the clue why so many Americans think their women are better looking... The British shows will show women with the appropriate wrinkles they have. America photo shops everything and if this article had been American it would have been photo shopped.


Stop being so bloody racist and so bloody stupid. Most people in this world are so cross bred through generations that to even be able to say they are Spanish, Greek or whatever is so close to impossible it may as well be impossible.

Mine

English,
Swedish
Welsh
Spanish
Norwegian
Italian
Scottish.
Indian.

Challenge: post the hottest British girl you can find; let fark be the judge.


Duchess Kate Middleton and her sister Pippa?
 
2013-01-27 10:50:13 PM
Of course they did.
 
2013-01-28 12:40:29 AM
I don't give a flying fark what two legal adults are choosing to do to themselves, what are these douchebags feeding their kids?
 
2013-01-28 12:43:41 AM

xynix: Also kind of relevant because I had a "McMuffin" this morning. Home made.. On an Ezekiel 4:9 organic sprouted whole grain muffin, organic eggs - locally sourced from a farm about 20 miles away, organic cheese of course - locally sourced from Harmony Farms in north Georgia.. It's not hard to make something yummy that is also healthy and unprocessed. Eating like that is a big reason why I weight the same as I did when I was 19.


Because you spend so much money on ingredients that you can only afford to eat a little bit at a time?
 
2013-01-28 01:26:23 AM

amquelbettamin: Guest: flemardo: Wow, time is hard on British women, that is a hard lived 28 years of age.


Oh God you have a picture of one woman from a country that has had so many races bred into it that only an idiot would think one woman would be representative of them all.

Lets try some other typical stereotypes always about women.

Oh age is not good on Greek women look how fat she is.

Oh age is not good on Brazilian women oh look how fat she is


Oh age is not good on Asian women oh look how skinny she is
Oh age is not good on American women look how pix elated she is.
Oh age is not good on Swedish women oh look at how wrinkled her skin is.
Oh age is not good on Mexican women look how leathery her skin is.

Did you get the clue why so many Americans think their women are better looking... The British shows will show women with the appropriate wrinkles they have. America photo shops everything and if this article had been American it would have been photo shopped.


Stop being so bloody racist and so bloody stupid. Most people in this world are so cross bred through generations that to even be able to say they are Spanish, Greek or whatever is so close to impossible it may as well be impossible.

Mine

English,
Swedish
Welsh
Spanish
Norwegian
Italian
Scottish.
Indian.

Challenge: post the hottest British girl you can find; let fark be the judge.


Lucy Pinder, maybe Rachel Stevens duh.
 
2013-01-28 01:40:54 AM

saturn badger: machoprogrammer: You do know organic food is no better for you than regular, right?

Kind of. It is not more nutritional but it does lack the chemicals (fertilizer, spray, etc.) from non-organic food.


Incorrect. Organic produce is (usually) grown using fertilizer and pesticides. It's largely a myth that organic somehow means "fertilizer/pesticide free".
 
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