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Old 02-01-2013, 10:54 PM   #61
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Alright, I tried to avoid it - What America needs more of:

Bacon, in all its myriad forms, styles and concoctions!

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Old 02-02-2013, 01:38 AM   #62
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I just ask them why we can't digest cellulose. The result of this is usually confused looks because they have no idea what that is.
that's easy... because our appendix is non-functional

someone who has studied anatomy could provide a more complete reason or argue that the appendix is minimally functional, but to an ignorant layman like myself, this makes the most sense
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Y'know what America needs more of?

Folk singers?

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Old 02-02-2013, 02:07 AM   #64
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hipster douche Irish folk bands

well... maybe not "needs" but they sure do seem to be overabundant

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Old 02-02-2013, 03:59 AM   #65
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hipster douche Irish folk bands

well... maybe not "needs" but they sure do seem to be overabundant
As pop music goes, it's better than the alternative...boy bands.
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Topless women?

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I just ask them why we can't digest cellulose. The result of this is usually confused looks because they have no idea what that is.
It's also fun to ask why are our eyes positioned for depth perception like predatory animals like the Cat, Dog, hawk, etc. Not positioned like a prey (aka a strictly vegetarian animal) like the Cow or deer.
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Please don't ever post anything about Vegan (dare I say it) Bacon!
After reading the soap making thread on HBT I got curious and searched Etsy (online flea market basically) for bacon soap. The only ones I can find were vegan bacon soaps, none actually made with lard.

Does not compute in my tiny brain.
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Speaking of fat I just threw out my jug of fry oil. RIP Wesson Corn Oil jug, you saw me through countless batches of fries and fried chicken gizzards.

Actually... can you use old fry oil to make soap? Talk about a green idea!

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Their friends pretending to be nutrition experts on facebook. /sarcasm
Oh just take the advice. I eat all of it and I'm not that overweight at all.

Off to my day job, I'm a nutritionist for Facebook.
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