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Old 05-26-2006, 12:43 PM   #11
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WTF? You guys can't handle the med/rare prime rib?
No...where's that :barf: smilie when you need it?
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Old 05-26-2006, 06:45 PM   #12
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oh man! I'll eat that up in 3 seconds. YUMMMY...people dont know good food if it hit them in the face...
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Old 05-27-2006, 02:26 AM   #13
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I can say eww on so many levels to that.
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Old 05-27-2006, 11:45 AM   #14
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i'm glad i'm not a veggie but i still have the veggie envy they got the health no matter what you look at it.
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Old 05-27-2006, 11:49 AM   #15
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i'm glad i'm not a veggie but i still have the veggie envy they got the health no matter what you look at it.
not ben, hense the creation of this thread. all of the other vegetarians i know eat much healthier than i do and im a super food snob
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...people dont know good food if it hit them in the face...
i agree, but i hope your not including me in those 'people'...and yes that slab of cow doesnt look too appetizing.
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i prefer pan seared tender loin....

i like it rare, but i dont like it when its marbled.
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Old 05-27-2006, 05:37 PM   #16
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i need prime rib!

I am currently begging my mom to eat some prime rib! MMM delicious. My mom basically started drooling. The closest thing she had in the fridge is brisket, sigh....I guess it will be sufficient.

I really dont care about people's eating habits. I do care about exercise habits though...or lack of for some people. I hate to generalize, but the term 'people' is safe. I will not point fingers. I hope i didn't offend anybody.
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Old 06-05-2006, 03:34 PM   #17
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not ben, hense the creation of this thread. all of the other vegetarians i know eat much healthier than i do and im a super food snob
aha at least he doesn't have to worry about the many dieseases that are associated with meat.

But yes as tomato said, its not about what you eat that makes you gain weight its about WHAT YOU DO to shave it off. IF people just did more than what they worried about eating then results will be much better for the person. In terms of mental (not thinking about what you have to eat) and physical ability (feeling good after a good exercise).

By the way, after eating asian food for almost all my life, I drool all the time when I get to eat what Americans/Canadians get to eat that makes it just so delicious... i dunno what it is but the fat is sureeeee good.

Food rocks.
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exercise

I just hate to watch young people struggle to get up the stairs because they weigh too much. They just have to change their lifestyle. As Americans we no longer have to hunt and sweat for food. It is given to us for a little paper anywhere across the U.S.

McDonalds is such a fake corporation. After "Supersize Me" they cleaned up their act quite a lot. But you can't choose what the people want to eat. I am sure they are still ordering those big macs. On that note....The worlds' largest McDonalds in Oklahoma. (I got my burger before I got my change!)

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(I got my burger before I got my change!)
amazing, my fastest food order was at least 1 and a half to 3 minutes. Much longer when I go through drive throughs, but I don't do that anymore. I just park and walk in because it hurts my mileage and starter too much I remember i opened the door so I can move the car with my left foot when i accidently bumped into the wall, the girl over the cashier was shocked and I just quickly keyed on and didnt look back haha.

Besides walk ins from my experience, the food tastes better even when you want it to go.
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MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM!!!!!!!!!
I hate to say it but that looks great to me.

I am just to lazy to be a vegitarian. I would like to eat better but just too lazy.
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