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User avatar #349 - Eventually (06/29/2012) [-]
I, for one, am most definitely boycotting Oreos. They will make me a fatass if I don't, I can't not eat the entire delicious box in one sitting...
User avatar #392 to #349 - kyledp (06/29/2012) [-]
"i can't not eat the entire box"
"Can't not eat"
"can not not"
Come on! It's the easiest conjunction!
User avatar #404 to #392 - Eventually (06/29/2012) [-]
'Can't not eat' means that I am incapable of not eating the entire box, or, in other words, that once I start, I have to finish the box. Same meaning, different wording. A simple 'cannot eat' would mean the complete opposite of what I wanted to say. 'Can't not eat' in that scenario is perfectly acceptable English...I'm not exactly sure what you want me to change.
User avatar #385 to #383 - Eventually (06/29/2012) [-]
u fat?
#387 to #385 - iviagicbanana (06/29/2012) [-]
Nope cuz I can use my legs
User avatar #388 to #387 - Eventually (06/29/2012) [-]
#358 to #349 - Rascal (06/29/2012) [-]
tell me more
User avatar #363 to #358 - Eventually (06/29/2012) [-]
Sure thing. I've got a broken leg and can't exercise much, and Oreos are a large part of my diet. They're delicious. So two weeks ago I decided to stop eating them in order to stay in shape. I have to say, it's working...multiple boxes of these things pre week can be hazardous to your health!
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