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(BBC)   It's called "good cholesterol" because it can solidify into fat-clogs and instantly kill you. Wait, what?   ( bbc.co.uk) divider line
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2014-01-26 09:13:37 PM  
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2014-01-26 09:04:14 PM  
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I'm starting to suspect I may not, in fact, be immortal.
2014-01-26 10:33:49 PM  
1 vote:

Shazam999: baconbeard: pla: FTA: Dr Hazen added: "This data does not change the message of eat healthily."

...He didn't, however, then go on to admit that he has no farking clue what "eat healthy" actually means.

"Yeah, um, eat a lot of *cough*cough*cough*, and avoid too much *hrrrm*ahem*mumble*"

Right, because healthy eating is such a baffling mystery...

Let's see... A kiwi fruit or a bucket of KFC? Which is better for me...

What if the kiwi was in the bucket too?

How about some Kentucky Fried Kiwi?

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2014-01-26 09:45:14 PM  
1 vote:

baconbeard: Let's see... A kiwi fruit or a bucket of KFC? Which is better for me...

Better eat both, just to be sure.
2014-01-26 09:15:32 PM  
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2014-01-26 09:03:19 PM  
1 vote:
This just in: Sometimes good things are not good at all!
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