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post #106 of 170
Put that in a biscuit with some eggs and I'm in.
post #107 of 170
You think this thing is bad? If anyone knows the restaurant Macaroni Grill in the LA area, look at the nutritional facts on some of the entrées. Your head will implode.

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Originally Posted by InFn-0 View Post
Blame the consumers not the producers, as long as there is demand there will be supply.
Bingo. That is the problem right there. The collective consumer market drives the things that are marketed. Duds will be discontinued, and the sellers will be sold, for better or worse. Since the majority value cheap quantity more than less but quality, we get cheap quantity. Gotta love the masses.
post #108 of 170
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Thanks for the enlightenment.. so the group that ordered this actually finished eating it.
Hard to believe but yes. I love how they refer to the "sweaty cheese." LOL
post #109 of 170
'Sweaty cheese,' would cheese be a meat or dairy product regarding the vegetarians?

By the way, Uncle Erik's quote still gets me, Black Adder meets Head-Fi.
post #110 of 170
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'Sweaty cheese,' would cheese be a meat or dairy product regarding the vegetarians?

By the way, Uncle Erik's quote still gets me, Black Adder meets Head-Fi.
Cheese is always dairy no matter how you look at it.

Uncle Erik's word is gold. lol
post #111 of 170
Worst dieting regulations? We essentially have no dieting regulations ignoring NYC
post #112 of 170
While reading that I laughed out loud. Amazing.

Oh and this might be a little off topic, but a good food documentary that I saw last year was called Food Inc. A guy goes around the country talking to the major fast food corporations and giving the viewer a lot of statistics and whatnot. It's pretty neat.
post #113 of 170
I'm going to play devil's advocate here. I think the KFC double down maybe healthier than many normal sandwichs. Why? Because it has no bread. Americans consume too many carbohydrates. It's the Colonel sauce, which I'm guessing is sugary, that I'd worry about...not the chicken or bacon.

Edit: I spent my 1800th post defending the KFC double down. It better taste good.
post #114 of 170
tomorrow is the date! can't wait!......
post #115 of 170
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tomorrow is the date! can't wait!......
Wait what? This thing hasn't been out yet? I've only been to KFC once and didn't really read any details about the subject. Is this sandwich coming out tomorrow?
post #116 of 170
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Wait what? This thing hasn't been out yet? I've only been to KFC once and didn't really read any details about the subject. Is this sandwich coming out tomorrow?
should be..well i'm sure the frappe from mcdonald is coming out tomorrow and i have few coupons for it too..
post #117 of 170
^Wait what? We've had the Frappe in Mcdonalds for months now... came with that whole McCaffe thing....unless you're being funny? I was being serious :/
post #118 of 170
ads from my local mcdonald says comnig out april 12 o_O
post #119 of 170
^ What? In new york? Hmm it's the same concept as a frappachino (I can't spell it lol) from starbucks or something right? The blended coffee and ice making the slush coffee?

We've had that forever... I'll take a pic tomorrow and actually buy one if you want so you can see.
post #120 of 170
the sandwich is definitely out but not in all. I guess it should be out in all of them tomorrow. There was a sign about it on a KFC when I was on the bus but it was so out of the way that I didn't want to go to that one.
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