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Just got 10 cheeseburgers at McDonald's for 24 cents each. See pic

Post in 'The Inglenook' started by Don2222, May 23, 2012.

  1. GAMMA RAY

    GAMMA RAY Minister of Fire

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    Warm pickles are not creepy..they are delish ...
    I love all pickles especially the big fat deli ones....yummy

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  2. Delta-T

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    consider the sources here people....who you gonna listen to about the pickles...the Crazy Person, or Gamma Ray? I thought as much.
  3. nate379

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    Whatever it is whenever I have a McDonald's meal the scrubbing bubbles and comet have to come out to clean up the porcelain. It's like an excersizsim just out the wrong end!
  4. firebroad

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    Ew. ;sick
  5. GAMMA RAY

    GAMMA RAY Minister of Fire

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    I call TMI dammit.... puke.gif
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    When I was a kid, my brother, Dad and me would play the game, who can explode the toilet the worst and piss off Mom :eek:
  7. firebroad

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    If you was mine, you'd'a cleaned it up, else headed for the woods next time. :mad:
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    I'm just about ready to flush this thread...
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    CAREFUL NOW...................lets not get too carried away................LOL
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    :p
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    Went once in 1990 and that was the first and only time since around 1971. The last time convinced me that this is not for me. Fast food just ain't my thing. And that was long before this movie came out.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Super_Size_Me
  12. smoke show

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    Gives me gas.

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  13. GAMMA RAY

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    Good for ya...that's what ya get for eating all those turtles... downloadfile-1.gif
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  14. Pallet Pete

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    I can't do the fast food to much after working it for a few years. I got some real horror experiences while working fast food that will stop me from eating it very often. Burger King and McDonalds both by far the worst was Burger King. ICK ICK ICK ;sick 24 cent burger might have got me though ;lol

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  15. smoke show

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    :p Never said I ate them. ;)
  16. BrotherBart

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    Back in the '70s when McDonald's came up with the commercials with "You deserve a break today.." the Wall Street Journal had an article about the thousands of windows they had to replace because people tossed bricks through them with notes attached saying "You deserve a brick today.".
  17. nate379

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    I watched that a while back, the guy got really sick.

    Odd because one of my friends is a manager of several McDonald's and he eats there for at least one meal a day, been doing it for 15-20 years. He's about 6ft tall and if he weighs 150 I'd be surprised.


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    BrotherBart Hearth.com LLC Mid-Atlantic Division Staff Member

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    Obviously McDonald's is responsible for the health problems of the country. I eat there all the time and blood pressure is consistently 121 over sixty and change and cholesterol is non-existent and I weigh a whopping 168 pounds for the last 40 years. And think anything that has ever been green and leafy should be against the law to put on a plate in a restaurant. Dad died after dinner. At 86 years old from falling backward on a concrete floor and exploding his brain. Don't think the gravy did it. The bad knees did.

    It is the genes folks. It is the genes. Ya got the ones ya got and you ain't gonna fix or mess them up. Eat what ya wanna eat. The little fried pies there are great and two for a buck.
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    did you know that the pies are the fish sandwich, and the fish sandwiches are the pies? they are one in the same.....just cooked in different "flavor beams" (as i likes to call them). Next time...order fish and pie...see for yourself and be mystified by science!!.
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    I am responsible for every bite I took that went to my hips. I do not blame anyone for my lack of self discipline. Sure, my dad can eat garbage all day long and stay skinny as a rail, and that is his metabolism, but I have seen him get a little paunch and completely stop eating fatty foods.
    I, on the other hand, get depressed when I have gained weight and immediately reach for a sugary, greasy treat to console myself.
    Sure, fast food is addictive. That is what Wall Street is selling. But I can say no. I am my own worse enemy.

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