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Forget Thor. Let's go make our own bun in the oven.

Edit: Or something. I'm running out of time and ideas. I'm trying to work out something about roosters and cats.

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Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:

Originally posted by Big Momma Big Momma wrote:


Thor honey why hasn't someone snapped you up?? A man who can cook is a wonderful thing!Approve
 
Well, thanks, Big Momma.  When I moved out to the burbs, I figured I'd better learn how to do some cooking.  But there's not that much that I like to cook.  I prefer slop---jambalaya, spaghetti, baked ziti, chili, meatloaf and meatballs (sculpted slop), soup (liquid slop), burritos (wrapped slop), etc.  I don't cook steaks or fish, simply because I don't care much for that stuff.
 
I always thought that if I were to open a restaurant, I'd call the place "Slop".  Maybe "Sloppy Seconds".
 
 
 
 

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Originally posted by Tom Sewer Tom Sewer wrote:

 
It's the kind of thing that people eat and then they wonder why they aren't losing weight.

No. Cod is right. Calories in vs. calories out. 2 Eggo waffles have less calories than a bowl of raisin brain with milk. So you can't say that just because Eggo's processed and junky that you couldn't lose weight on it.
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Originally posted by Big Momma Big Momma wrote:


 
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Hmmmm...looks pretty good.  My guess is it's chili.
 
 
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Originally posted by eribean eribean wrote:

Originally posted by Tom Sewer Tom Sewer wrote:

 
It's the kind of thing that people eat and then they wonder why they aren't losing weight.

No. Cod is right. Calories in vs. calories out. 2 Eggo waffles have less calories than a bowl of raisin brain with milk. So you can't say that just because Eggo's processed and junky that you couldn't lose weight on it.


Well, I wasn't talking about ONLY calories.

And Cod seems to think that donuts are healthy. I'd like to know what all of you would consider NOT healthy? Arsenic?
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I never said donuts are heathly. I just said they aren't UNhealthy.
 
It's fried dough. Carbs, and fat, with protein dependant on the nature of the dough. Sounds good to me.
 
So long as there aren't any trans fats in there, there's really nothing about it that screams "UNHEALTHY" to me.
 
If it fits your macros, why not?
 
Unhealthy=something that negatively affects health. I truely fail to see how a simple indulgance by itself is such a massive negative affect on ones health. If they eat them all day every day, obviously, but how is a donut, in and of itself unhealthy?
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I think that we can all agree that moderation is key.

But Cadtaro, I'm still curious. Please name just one specific foodstuff or brand that you would consider unhealthy, or broad type of general food that you would consider unhealthy.

Example: Madeupvegetable is unhealthy, specifically the brand known as Madeupvegetablebrand.

I know that people online will often ask this type of question in order to flame another user, but I promise not even to comment on it, let alone argue about it. I'm just truly curious. I promise not to make fun or say anything at all. I promise to stay completely silent. You have my word.

You can tell by the serious expression in my avatar that I'm deadly serious.






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Peanuts/Peanut butter
 
Because I don't care for it. :P
 
Honestly, practically everything aside from macros affects your body on the micro level. IT'd take years, decades even, on constant, consistant consumption to bring on negative affects from something 'unhealthy' on a micro level.
 
I'd only consider something 'unhealthy' if it affects you on a high level, and even then, that typically only applies to people with digestion-based disorders, like Celiacs or Diabetes.
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Sucker! You fell for it! I was simply baiting you so that I could pick apart your reply and use it against you and call you all sorts of intelligence-based insults! Haw haw haw haw!

Cuz I'm a LIAR! I'LL TEAR YOUR MIND OUT!


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I was sort of hoping that Codtaro was going to reply with "Thor's Sloppy Seconds" when I asked her what food she considers unhealthy.

Missed opportunity.

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Cod's a dude...
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Semantics.

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I'm not Jewish! There's not a semantic bone in my body!
I am not a city-born ignorant!
 
But I am a male, if that's what Mr. Hooters meant. :P
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Do these waffles taste like Nutri-Grain bars if they do I HATE that taste!
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Cadtaro, you're not just another pretty face. 
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Originally posted by Tom Sewer Tom Sewer wrote:

Cadtaro, you're not just another pretty face. 
But Myrna Loy is.
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Originally posted by sgtrock21 sgtrock21 wrote:

Originally posted by Tom Sewer Tom Sewer wrote:

Cadtaro, you're not just another pretty face. 
But Myrna Loy is.
 
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That sure doesn't look like Myrna Loy in that picture. Oh well.

Usually, when a man "presents as female," he does something cliché like Madonna or Cher, so thank you for being a tad more original.

I guess that I'm presenting as female by having the doctor from the DWB ad as my picture... technically speaking.

I love Myrna Loy. She's aged so gracefully over the years...



And here's a picture where you can totally see her hoo-haw.



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Actually, the lady in my avi is Jeanette MacDonald.
 
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When I was little and had been weaned, I wasn't given any sugar and was introduced first to non-starchy vegetables instead of fruits. I grew up liking most every vegetable and fruit, even the ones most kids hate like peas and broccoli/cauliflower.

I"m sick of this "healthy food is supposed to taste bad" crap! Much of a child's tastebuds are influenced by how he is brought up!
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I still hate cauliflower. Then again, I wasn't raised on it because my parents hate it as well.

You may be onto something!

I was also first introduced to broccoli with Velveeta when I was young. I didn't remember later and my mom kept telling me how much I used to love broccoli. Wasn't until I was a teenager she brought back the cheese. Oh. Yeah. I like this stuff now. Biiiiiig surprise.
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I never knew peas were 'yucky'....then again, I adore REAL licorice.
 
I never took to brocolli or cauliflower. Simply because it's very hard to prepare, and all too often, it was too firm to be enjoyable.
 
Mind you, being raised on 'healthy' foods had me spend the first 21 years of my life overweight.
 
Planning some weeks of a 500 deficit, and a majority of 1000 deficit (Possibly some PSMF, depending on how much I need to lose). Hopefully, by Jan. 17 (One year anniversary of starting working out.) I should be at least 12-10 percent body fat. Aiming for 8, but whatever.
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Originally posted by eribean eribean wrote:

I still hate cauliflower. Then again, I wasn't raised on it because my parents hate it as well.

You may be onto something!

I was also first introduced to broccoli with Velveeta when I was young. I didn't remember later and my mom kept telling me how much I used to love broccoli. Wasn't until I was a teenager she brought back the cheese. Oh. Yeah. I like this stuff now. Biiiiiig surprise.
As a child i was convinced that I hated avocados. My Mother hated them. As a young adult I discovered that I loved avocados and still do! I also did not like broccoli as a child. My mother prefered it cooked to mush. When I finally tried properly cooked broccoli I loved it and still do. If there is a food you hated as a child I recomend giving it another try. You might be surprised.
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You have no idea how hard 8 is to maintain. I'm not a dude, obvs, but my friend's brother used to want to be a bodybuilder in high school. He was 7% body fat. Kid was ripped, it was ridiculous - but it was hard to maintain, even though he spent his life at the gym. Bodies don't want to be that slim, generally. 10-12 sounds much more reasonable to me.
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