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2013-08-19 10:46:48 AM

Jack's Smirking Revenge: blipponaut: schoolbread: croesius: I'm actually relieved that they found proof of actual chicken in the nuggets. Wouldn't you be more worried if they did NOT find bits of chicken hair in them?

Very true.

Yah, but it just goes to show they aren't shaving all the fur off the chickens before they butcher them.

Bawk!


Image fail.  That was supposed to be Cheryl from Archer shaving the rooster.
 
2013-08-19 10:47:54 AM

megarian: Capn.Brownbeard: Lady J: i must see one of these hairy chickens

I never thought I would refer to a chicken as "fancy", but that is a fancy chicken.


You might even call it extraordinary.

http://www.amazon.com/Extraordinary-Chickens-Stephen-Green-Armytage/ dp /0810990652
 
2013-08-19 10:49:04 AM
Durr sorry.
 
2013-08-19 10:51:52 AM
I'd be surprised if any chicken product did not occasionally contain a few feathers or fiber from feathers. Plucking chickens is not a science, it is an industrial process. It is messy and unreliable. I can't even shave every whisker off my face and neck.

Imagine trying to remove every feather from a chicken. Back in the day when housewives bought their chickens live and they were butchered and plucked at home (some little old ethnic women still do), this must have been a daily experience for some people.

Kitchen maids and cooks were as dumb as half a brick in those days--mental retardation caused by malnutrition, poor obstretics, disease and being born Irish (just kidding--the Irish maids were probably no dumber than the black maids on average or even French maids).

As for Morgellon's disease, I am a skeptic. Most likely it is like the panic after Mount Saint Helen's erupted and people began to notice pitting and scaring on their windscreens. These were already there but they had literally looked through them the way I look through the fingerprints on my glasses much of the time.

The ash fall didn't scratch most of those marks into the glass--few if any I should think--but people looked with fresh eyes and saw something that looked new. Post hoc ergo propter hoc fallacy.

If you look at the left hand picture above, and then the right, you might naturally conclude that one is synthetic fiber and the other is synthetic fiber embedded in the skin. I've had that problem since I am a slovenly housekeeper at the best of times. You step on a fiber or perhaps a hair from shaving and it gets embedded in your skin. Perhaps the fiber of a shirt or sweater rubs against your skin.

Boy, is it a pain to try to remove a whisker or a bit of synthetic fiber from your feet. The older I get, the harder it is because I am not so limber as I was in my youth. Also, it can be quite painful if you don't remove it. In time it will probably grow out, but it might also be pushed in deeper. In the meantime, it is likely to become part of a callus that will put very painful and irritating pressure on your sensitive sole. Like paper cuts, these little beggers hurt like the Dickens out of all proportion to their seriousness and size.

In short, the fibers that people who believe in Morgellon's disease find in their skin or on it are perfectly ordinary organic or artificial material--hair, cloth fibers, etc. They have never turned out to be highly sophisticated nanotechnology used by aliens or the Big Evil Gubbermint to spy on people or unknown living or dead material when tested.

In short, ho hum, another journalistic mystery solved by the application of common sense and my remarkable ability to know things about the details of domestic life decades and centuries before I was born (if you were to read as much weird and antiquated humour as I have, you'd know more about life in the 1800s and early 1900s than the average social historian). Half of everything I know comes from reading hundreds of thousands of cartoons ancient and modern. They're a king's ransom in details about day-to-day living between the rise of the semi-literate middle class in the early modern period and today.
 
2013-08-19 10:53:47 AM
As much as I dislike fast food, I still get a craving for a 20 nuggets every now and then.. Nothing beats the sweet and sour sauce.. The new sweet chili sauce isn't bad either..

How is this any worse than eating offal? Or hotdogs?
 
2013-08-19 11:01:33 AM

IdBeCrazyIf: We have a nice who loved chicken nuggets, I mean she'd horf those things by the pound. So one day I asked her to watch something real quick, and I showed her the pink slime video.

She doesn't eat nuggets anymore.


Yeah, but you showed her a lie (if it's the one with the raspberry sherbert looking stuff standing in as chicken meat at least). Chicken is much paler when ground and blended.

Plus, they don't use mechanically separated meat in their chicken nuggets.  Yeah, it's thrown in a giant blender.  The MSP is in some hot dogs though.

http://www.mcdonalds.ca/ca/en/food/all-access_moms/from_chicken_to_m cn uggets.html It's a touchy feely ad/propaganda piece, but it does show the real chickens in part.  It leaves out the messy "blend the chicken breasts up and mold into the shape we all love.

Also, since mad cow, mechanically separated beef is a not allowed to be produced in the US due to fears of contamination of spinal and brain tissue in the process.

Show you niece this next time, at least for a laugh

www.loveinfographics.com
 
2013-08-19 11:02:25 AM
Look, people. The War on Mcnuggets has gone on since they first appeared. The same jokes have been made for decades. The same studies done over and over attempting to dissuade people from eating them.

Yet their sales thrive.

You cannot defeat them. Just accept them and get on with your lives.
 
2013-08-19 11:02:28 AM
Oh, and those hairs look like veins that somehow survived the blending process.
 
2013-08-19 11:03:27 AM
Also wouldn't surprise me to find metal fibers in it from the processing.
At least you would get some iron.
 
2013-08-19 11:05:05 AM

Kristoph57: MemeSlave: sendtodave: In particular, where are the hair-like structures coming from?

Perhaps from the chicken?

That's why you shave them, or whatever.

Is it shave, then choke, or choke, then shave? Whats the order of operations here?

manimal2878:
All food is brutal and gross, either you accept that and eat it anyway, or you become a vegan.

I'm beyond acceptance into full blown embracing it. Could we raise and slaughter the animal in a way that ensures its flavor is at the maximum? Could we make a gun that shoots bullets that degrade when they are cooked, but also be filled with a delicious marinade? That'll save me a few days.


I have the answer to that. Drown cows in garlic and beer to slaughter them. Yummy.
 
2013-08-19 11:06:00 AM

meat0918: IdBeCrazyIf: We have a nice who loved chicken nuggets, I mean she'd horf those things by the pound. So one day I asked her to watch something real quick, and I showed her the pink slime video.

She doesn't eat nuggets anymore.

Yeah, but you showed her a lie (if it's the one with the raspberry sherbert looking stuff standing in as chicken meat at least). Chicken is much paler when ground and blended.

Plus, they don't use mechanically separated meat in their chicken nuggets.  Yeah, it's thrown in a giant blender.  The MSP is in some hot dogs though.

http://www.mcdonalds.ca/ca/en/food/all-access_moms/from_chicken_to_m cn uggets.html It's a touchy feely ad/propaganda piece, but it does show the real chickens in part.  It leaves out the messy "blend the chicken breasts up and mold into the shape we all love.

Also, since mad cow, mechanically separated beef is a not allowed to be produced in the US due to fears of contamination of spinal and brain tissue in the process.

Show you niece this next time, at least for a laugh

[www.loveinfographics.com image 600x1172]


That is truly awesome.  Haven't had such a good laugh in a while, thank you kindly.
 
2013-08-19 11:08:21 AM

meat0918: Show you niece this next time, at least for a laugh

www.loveinfographics.com


I dare anyone to look at that and not laugh
 
2013-08-19 11:08:31 AM

Daffydil: queue or cue?  Someone clear this up for me this morning...


img547.imageshack.us
 
2013-08-19 11:10:30 AM

IdBeCrazyIf: Try more like since this last February when the entire pink slime shiat hit the fan.

And the point isn't to get people to eat better, including here, although an admirable goal the point is far too many people stuff their face without full realization of the processes and procedures that go into creating said food item. Pay attention to what you stuff your face with.


Pink Slime and Mechanically Separated Meat/Poultry are actually two different things. Pink slime is "Boneless Lean Beef Trimmings" and yes, they used it in hamburger patties until people got all up in arms about it, mostly just because it "looks gross."

McNuggets haven't been made with mechanically separated poultry (again something different from pink slime) since 2003.

So for someone professing that people should be more aware of what they are stuffing their face with, you're confusing separate products and making assumptions based off of youtube videos.
 
2013-08-19 11:15:35 AM

SpectroBoy: If this article bothers you it's time to face reality. Here are the FDA guidelines for for contaminants in various food products. These are the limits they inspect to, and the limit is not ZERO.

Vegetarian foods included to prevent "healthier than thou" syndrome


CHOCOLATE AND CHOCOLATE LIQUOR

Insect filth: Average is 60 or more insect fragments per 100 grams when 6 100-gram subsamples are examined OR any 1 subsample contains 90 or more insect fragments

Rodent filth: Average is 1 or more rodent hairs per 100 grams in 6 100-gram subsamples examined OR any 1 subsample contains 3 or more rodent hairs

CITRUS FRUIT JUICES, CANNED

Insects and insect eggs: 5 or more Drosophila and other fly eggs per 250 ml or 1 or more maggots per 250 ml


RED FISH AND OCEAN PERCH

Parasites: 3% of the fillets examined contain 1 or more parasites accompanied by pus pockets


MACARONI AND NOODLE PRODUCTS

Insect filth: Average of 225 insect fragments or more per 225 grams in 6 or more subsamples

Rodent filth: Average of 4.5 rodent hairs or more per 225 grams in 6 or more subsamples

PEANUT BUTTER

Insect filth: Average of 30 or more insect fragments per 100 grams

Rodent filth: Average of 1 or more rodent hairs per 100 grams

POPCORN

Rodent filth: 1 or more rodent excreta pellets are found in 1 or more subsamples, and 1 or more rodent hairs are found in 2 or more other subsamples OR 2 or more rodent hairs per pound and rodent hair is found in 50% or more of the subsamples OR 20 or more gnawed grains per pound and rodent hair is found in 50% or more of the subsamples


WHEAT FLOUR

Insect filth: Average of 75 or more insect fragments per 50 grams

Rodent filth: Average of 1 or more rodent hairs per 50 grams


Don't forget all the yummy human skin particles. You simply can't ignore the rich savoury flavour they add to everything.
 
2013-08-19 11:20:17 AM

brantgoose: I'd be surprised if any chicken product did not occasionally contain a few feathers or fiber from feathers. Plucking chickens is not a science, it is an industrial process. It is messy and unreliable. I can't even shave every whisker off my face and neck.

Imagine trying to remove every feather from a chicken. Back in the day when housewives bought their chickens live and they were butchered and plucked at home (some little old ethnic women still do), this must have been a daily experience for some people.

Kitchen maids and cooks were as dumb as half a brick in those days--mental retardation caused by malnutrition, poor obstretics, disease and being born Irish (just kidding--the Irish maids were probably no dumber than the black maids on average or even French maids).

As for Morgellon's disease, I am a skeptic. Most likely it is like the panic after Mount Saint Helen's erupted and people began to notice pitting and scaring on their windscreens. These were already there but they had literally looked through them the way I look through the fingerprints on my glasses much of the time.

The ash fall didn't scratch most of those marks into the glass--few if any I should think--but people looked with fresh eyes and saw something that looked new. Post hoc ergo propter hoc fallacy.

If you look at the left hand picture above, and then the right, you might naturally conclude that one is synthetic fiber and the other is synthetic fiber embedded in the skin. I've had that problem since I am a slovenly housekeeper at the best of times. You step on a fiber or perhaps a hair from shaving and it gets embedded in your skin. Perhaps the fiber of a shirt or sweater rubs against your skin.

Boy, is it a pain to try to remove a whisker or a bit of synthetic fiber from your feet. The older I get, the harder it is because I am not so limber as I was in my youth. Also, it can be quite painful if you don't remove it. In time it will probably grow out, but it might also be pushed in deepe ...


ecx.images-amazon.com

 this research paper by Dr. Commander X looks totally legit
 
2013-08-19 11:23:22 AM

Disgruntled Goat: Look, people. The War on Mcnuggets has gone on since they first appeared. The same jokes have been made for decades. The same studies done over and over attempting to dissuade people from eating them.

Yet their sales thrive.

You cannot defeat them. Just accept them and get on with your lives.


But I can defeat them.  Armed with a little BBQ sauce I'll take out at least 10 over lunch today.
 
2013-08-19 11:23:46 AM
 
2013-08-19 11:28:01 AM
MCNUGGETS IS SOYLENT GREEN!!!!!!
 
2013-08-19 11:31:39 AM

shifter_: Don't forget all the yummy human skin particles. You simply can't ignore the rich savoury flavour they add to everything.


Damn right. Some people are pretty fastidious about dusting their homes. And we all know that dust is, for the most part, skin particles. I say, why waste the flavor you created yourself? Instead of dusting, I have a dedicated vacuum cleaner I use to collect all of this seasoning (It must be a separate vacuum from the one you use on carpets, sinks, and kitty litter for sanitation's sake). Simply empty the collection bin into a seasoning jar, recycled of course, and you have an instant "kick it up a notch!" moment just waiting for any special occasion!
 
2013-08-19 11:32:06 AM
I haven't had mcnuggets in a while. Does McDonald's still offer the hot mustard sauce? I fear they have changed the available sauces and haven't gone back.

Also, have the spicy nuggets from chic-fil-a been made available. There are no stores up here in Michigan for me to check.
 
2013-08-19 11:32:18 AM
Glad to see the pink slime thing has been debunked, like it is in every McDonalds' thread.  Yet people keep believing the  pink slime myth.
 
2013-08-19 11:34:42 AM

IdBeCrazyIf: CWeinerWV: Yeah I'm going to continue eating what I want and not listening to whatever internet hoax soccer Mom's share on Facebook without bothering to fact check. That's adorable that you think less than desirable processing is unique to McDonalds. Bet you don't vaccinate either.

http://www.snopes.com/food/prepare/msm.asp

You do realize your link more or less confirms what I was affirming right? That MSM though while not routinely soaked in Ammonia, it still is treated to some degree with ammonium hydroxide, even in non beef products.

But hey, enjoy your cancer!


Do you eat any of the following?

Blue Cheese
Cheddar Cheese
Salami
Peanut butter
Ketchup
Mayonnaise
Onions
Margarine

If so, congratulations!  You eat foods that have a higher concentration of Ammonia than BLBT/"Pink slime".
 
2013-08-19 11:36:36 AM

TheDirtyNacho: brantgoose: I'd be surprised if any chicken product did not occasionally contain a few feathers or fiber from feathers. Plucking chickens is not a science, it is an industrial process. It is messy and unreliable. I can't even shave every whisker off my face and neck.

Imagine trying to remove every feather from a chicken. Back in the day when housewives bought their chickens live and they were butchered and plucked at home (some little old ethnic women still do), this must have been a daily experience for some people.

Kitchen maids and cooks were as dumb as half a brick in those days--mental retardation caused by malnutrition, poor obstretics, disease and being born Irish (just kidding--the Irish maids were probably no dumber than the black maids on average or even French maids).

As for Morgellon's disease, I am a skeptic. Most likely it is like the panic after Mount Saint Helen's erupted and people began to notice pitting and scaring on their windscreens. These were already there but they had literally looked through them the way I look through the fingerprints on my glasses much of the time.

The ash fall didn't scratch most of those marks into the glass--few if any I should think--but people looked with fresh eyes and saw something that looked new. Post hoc ergo propter hoc fallacy.

If you look at the left hand picture above, and then the right, you might naturally conclude that one is synthetic fiber and the other is synthetic fiber embedded in the skin. I've had that problem since I am a slovenly housekeeper at the best of times. You step on a fiber or perhaps a hair from shaving and it gets embedded in your skin. Perhaps the fiber of a shirt or sweater rubs against your skin.

Boy, is it a pain to try to remove a whisker or a bit of synthetic fiber from your feet. The older I get, the harder it is because I am not so limber as I was in my youth. Also, it can be quite painful if you don't remove it. In time it will probably grow out, but it might also be pus ...


a level FIVE plague? oh crap! i think i could handle a level 4, but level FIVE?? SHUTTUP AND TAKE MY MONEY
 
2013-08-19 11:47:46 AM

megarian: Fark you. Nuggets are the only thing I like at McDonalds. I'd still nom them even if they contained spider babies and dog.


And if it contained a Spider-Baby? They've got the body of a spider, but they're actually a baby.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5AB7IDw3PNI
 
2013-08-19 12:14:24 PM

croesius: I'm actually relieved that they found proof of actual chicken in the nuggets. Wouldn't you be more worried if they did NOT find bits of chicken hair in them?


did you even RTFA? or you need to go back to 2nd grade science.
 In particular, where are the hair-like structures coming from? This is especially important to answer, given that chickens do not have hair.
 
2013-08-19 12:20:28 PM

manimal2878: Kristoph57: Could we raise and slaughter the animal in a way that ensures its flavor is at the maximum? Could we make a gun that shoots bullets that degrade when they are cooked, but also be filled with a delicious marinade? That'll save me a few days.

I think in general factory farming is the best way to remove all flavor from your food.  While I don't really believe the label "organic" generally means much, it does seem more ethical treatment of animals generally does tend to lead to tastier food products.  Our chicken eggs do seem to taste better, They aren't pooping on each other in tiny cages and get to eat a lot of tasty bugs from our yard.

As for your idea of shooting the animal with a marinade... I don't known, feeding the cow better food over his lifetime would probably do as much or more to increase flavor.


Yeah but that sounds much more fun.
BTW what do you think for this duck the French seasoning shells or the Peking duck?
 
2013-08-19 12:26:36 PM

DrSansabeltNoShiatSlacks: Human Dung > chicken mcnuggets.


I will have to take your word for it, I have only tried the latter.
 
2013-08-19 12:35:27 PM

manimal2878: All food is brutal and gross, either you accept that and eat it anyway, or you become a vegan.


Yep, well said. Part of me does not like that animals have to die for my tasty, tasty meat. Some times I am very confused. I could see myself going vegetarian one day (but probably not).

Nuggets are farking disgusting though. As I kid I snarfed them back like mad but a few years ago I got some for kicks and was disgusted by the texture. It really is mystery "meat" at its finest.
 
2013-08-19 12:37:40 PM

SpectroBoy: WHEAT FLOUR

Insect filth: Average of 75 or more insect fragments per 50 grams

Rodent filth: Average of 1 or more rodent hairs per 50 grams


It's suspected that those populations subsisting on a vegan diet were able to do so for centuries because the weevils ground up in the flour they consumed gave them enough animal proteins and B vitamins to stave off the worst deficiency symptoms.
 
2013-08-19 12:48:51 PM
More like DELICIOUS mystery fibers.
 
2013-08-19 01:06:43 PM

Lady J: megarian: Capn.Brownbeard: Lady J: i must see one of these hairy chickens

I never thought I would refer to a chicken as "fancy", but that is a fancy chicken.

that's a silkie! (silky?) I think

we used to have one.

and they're feathers, so ha


I would pet that fancy chicken so hard.

/that sounded awful
//seriously, I want to pet that chicken
 
2013-08-19 01:07:54 PM

Fafai: megarian: Capn.Brownbeard: Lady J: i must see one of these hairy chickens

I never thought I would refer to a chicken as "fancy", but that is a fancy chicken.


You might even call it extraordinary.

http://www.amazon.com/Extraordinary-Chickens-Stephen-Green-Armytage/ dp /0810990652


Holy fark.

Those are some fancy-ass chickens.

/yeah...fancy ass-chickens would be funnier
 
2013-08-19 01:09:19 PM

gweilo8888: megarian: Fark you. Nuggets are the only thing I like at McDonalds. I'd still nom them even if they contained spider babies and dog.

And if it contained a Spider-Baby? They've got the body of a spider, but they're actually a baby.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5AB7IDw3PNI


O_O

That was awesome.
 
2013-08-19 01:19:26 PM
s.pikabu.ru

HAI, GUYS! WHAT'S GOING ON IN THIS THREAD?
 
2013-08-19 01:44:14 PM

PizzaJedi81: hej: People are getting all upset about this, as if they don't take the nuggets and dunk them in a vat of boiling lard for several minutes.

Does McD's use lard or vegetable oil?

Funny story:

I work at a...chicken wing place, shall we say. Due to our location, we have a large number of Indian (Continental, not American.) customers. Many of them are of the religion that cannot consume any beef. They order chicken wings. We use beef tallow to fry things. Including wings.


It'd be nice if your restaurant stated that kind of shiat.

I don't get what is so disturbing about these images. We all know that there are specific rules about exactly what can be in our food- no matter where or what you buy there is an allowance for bugs, dirt, whatever. I feel like the people who get grossed out by this shiat have possibly a) never used a microscope and b) never cut up a whole chicken. The only thing that really disturbs me is when I buy a 10 lb bag of chicken quarters and most of the legs were broken. Please god somebody tell me the legs were broken after the chicken was dead or I feel like a horrible person.
 
2013-08-19 01:51:28 PM

megarian: gweilo8888: megarian: Fark you. Nuggets are the only thing I like at McDonalds. I'd still nom them even if they contained spider babies and dog.

And if it contained a Spider-Baby? They've got the body of a spider, but they're actually a baby.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5AB7IDw3PNI

O_O

That was awesome.


Father Ted was always awesome. Man I miss that show. And Dermot Morgan.
 
2013-08-19 02:25:15 PM

blipponaut: schoolbread: croesius: I'm actually relieved that they found proof of actual chicken in the nuggets. Wouldn't you be more worried if they did NOT find bits of chicken hair in them?

Very true.

Yah, but it just goes to show they aren't shaving  torching all the fur off the chickens before they butcher them.


FTFY

/They use a blast of flame to ash off the "Hairs".
 
2013-08-19 02:31:12 PM
when I was in college (20+ yrs ago) one of my friends worked for the local McD's. He said the nuggets came in as paste which was squirted in blobs into the fryer. Maybe it's changed since then but my view on eating them hasn't.

/no.
 
2013-08-19 02:41:38 PM

Dirtybird971: when I was in college (20+ yrs ago) one of my friends worked for the local McD's. He said the nuggets came in as paste which was squirted in blobs into the fryer. Maybe it's changed since then but my view on eating them hasn't.

/no.


Your friend was thrilled by your gullibility.

/your new friends probably are too
 
2013-08-19 03:59:07 PM

Dirtybird971: when I was in college (20+ yrs ago) one of my friends worked for the local McD's. He said the nuggets came in as paste which was squirted in blobs into the fryer. Maybe it's changed since then but my view on eating them hasn't.

/no.


Have you even seen a chicken nugget? there are only three shapes. How could you possibly believe this to be true information?

When I was in high school I worked at McDonalds.  One of the three stores was attached to a wallmart.  The storeroom was located at the receiving bay so we had to bring stock in through the wallmart.  One day a man stopped me and was surprised that I had a crate of eggs on my trolly.  Apparently he thought that we used 'artificial' eggs. I asked him nicely if he thought that there was such a thing as artificial eggs that actually costs less than actual eggs.
 
2013-08-19 04:41:33 PM
Well at least they didnt find any pubes.
 
2013-08-19 04:42:30 PM

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2013-08-19 03:59:07 PM

Dirtybird971: when I was in college (20+ yrs ago) one of my friends worked for the local McD's. He said the nuggets came in as paste which was squirted in blobs into the fryer. Maybe it's changed since then but my view on eating them hasn't.

/no.

Have you even seen a chicken nugget? there are only three shapes. How could you possibly believe this to be true information?

When I was in high school I worked at McDonalds. One of the three stores was attached to a wallmart. The storeroom was located at the receiving bay so we had to bring stock in through the wallmart. One day a man stopped me and was surprised that I had a crate of eggs on my trolly. Apparently he thought that we used 'artificial' eggs. I asked him nicely if he thought that there was such a thing as artificial eggs that actually costs less than actual eggs.


actually I just read it's four shapes. And in my defense, why wouldn't I? I'm not stupid enough to eat them. UN like gweilo8888 who likes the bone shaped ones best.
 
2013-08-19 04:51:12 PM

PizzaJedi81: hej: People are getting all upset about this, as if they don't take the nuggets and dunk them in a vat of boiling lard for several minutes.

Does McD's use lard or vegetable oil?

Funny story:

I work at a...chicken wing place, shall we say. Due to our location, we have a large number of Indian (Continental, not American.) customers. Many of them are of the religion that cannot consume any beef. They order chicken wings. We use beef tallow to fry things. Including wings.


Like in Belgium(I live in France) and certain specialty food places here. The beef tallow is pre-mixed with vegetable for everything fried. Delicious, though I do avoid eating too often.
 
2013-08-19 05:06:20 PM

spidermilk: r. I feel like the people who get grossed out by this shiat have possibly a) never used a microscope and b) never cut up a whole chicken. The only thing that really disturbs me is when I buy


This always bothered me too. I don't ever remember seeing a broken chicken leg on the farm growing up. Maybe it was because Grandma was quick with the axe. But I'm not sure me and my cousins were that quick in catching the chickens.
 
2013-08-19 08:40:07 PM

Dirtybird971: actually I just read it's four shapes. And in my defense, why wouldn't I? I'm not stupid enough to eat them. UN like gweilo8888 who likes the bone shaped ones best.


I didn't say you were stupid. I said you were gullible.

/or do you really believe your friend was hand-breading the meat product he'd squirted into the fryer, cooked, then presumably recooked to finish? (Because if he was squirting it, it wasn't pre-breaded -- you can't put breading on a squirtable paste. And if he was squirting it directly into the fryer, he never got a chance to bread it before he fished it back out.)
//man you're gullible
///if you even thought about it for one second you'd know he was pulling your leg
 
2013-08-19 10:27:59 PM

SuperNinjaToad: croesius: I'm actually relieved that they found proof of actual chicken in the nuggets. Wouldn't you be more worried if they did NOT find bits of chicken hair in them?

did you even RTFA? or you need to go back to 2nd grade science.
 In particular, where are the hair-like structures coming from? This is especially important to answer, given that chickens do not have hair.


farm1.staticflickr.com

Sometimes, people post things that are not meant to be taken seriously.
 
2013-08-20 02:15:03 AM
Meh. The FDA has an acceptable level of contaminants in food and medication. It's practically impossible to not get any contaminants in food during any process.
 
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