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#74 - That's why they make these  [+] (7 replies) 09/11/2016 on Every day +8
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#78 - ocampo (09/11/2016) [-]
What is that
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#79 - Daeiros (09/11/2016) [-]
It's a male vibrator, just slide it on, turn it on, and relax and watch some porn while it does all the work
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#82 - oubliette (09/11/2016) [-]
from what i hear it fucking garbage
it just vibrates
no stroking
and you might say "well that sounds fine and dandy"
but for $600 "fine and dandy" doesnt fucking cut it for me
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#130 - Daeiros (09/12/2016) [-]
Well that particular one is overpriced junk but there are cheaper ones and there are better ones. Personally, I prefer e-stim, and yes ocampo you can cook hotdogs with e-stim
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#98 - digitalpixel (09/11/2016) [-]
Yeah, us males want quality, damn it!
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#81 - ocampo (09/11/2016) [-]
Can I cook hotdogs with it?
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#125 - inverseiconoclasm (09/12/2016) [-]
I would be concerned if you could.
#43 - That could be due to the fact that meninism was created as a p…  [+] (1 reply) 09/09/2016 on Damn it men +3
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#69 - donatelo (09/09/2016) [-]
Yet some beta lards are taking it seriously now..act like an idiot and soon find yourself in the company of idiots.
#5 - Assuming that this person is an idiot rather than a liar, I'd …  [+] (53 replies) 09/07/2016 on 400 lb redditor maintain... +351
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#214 - Darkerface (09/09/2016) [-]
In Korea they usually put the calorie count for the entire thing on the box, which is nice
so let's say a milk bottle would say "1.8 litre (1134 kcal)" instead of "149 kcal per serving"
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#63 - makomirocket (09/07/2016) [-]
serving sizes need to be reformed. 250ml of coke is not one serving,
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#163 - Twithyiguess (09/08/2016) [-]
250ml Is fine, you're not supposed to fill up on things that aren't healthy. You can drink a can of soda each day and be fine, though you should be hydrating the rest of the day with water. A serving size isn't supposed to mean that's all you need 1/3rd of the day to drink if that's what you're getting at
#138 - iseeyoufapping (09/08/2016) [-]
In general, a serving size is just a tool to help you calculate your calories, not a portion guide.
#171 - anon (09/08/2016) [-]

The problem is that people don't know that.
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#145 - etfhan (09/08/2016) [-]
Ya, the nutrition facts percentages are based off of a 2000 calorie diet per day. That's just a general rule of thumb kind of thing, but it can be off. A non-sedentary person who exercises should eat more to maintain weight, and even their weight can impact the number tho 1) still doesn't mean you can eat tons of fatty foods, 2) the % body fat is underrated when measuring oneself. By bmi, a muscle monster can be as unhealthy as a fat lard. .
#199 - iseeyoufapping (09/08/2016) [-]
Tru dat. I eat about 2800 calories a day to maintain my current weight, and about 3200 to bulk and I'd like to think I eat pretty healthy. If I only ate "serving sizes" getting enough would be a real pain in the ass.
#97 - scorcho (09/07/2016) [-]
250 ml.
i'd call that one serving.
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#65 - lolollo (09/07/2016) [-]
companies also do that shit as a business essential ploy to make their food look better as opposed to a serious report on nutrition. You can sell a can that says "5g sugar" to a health nut easier than a can that says "10g sugar". They're not lying, they're just playing on the fact that not everyone's gonna know to look at the number of servings in what they're consuming.
#147 - TehRap (09/08/2016) [-]
The biggest reason serving sizes are what they are is because it's the smallest multiple of the different sizes they sell. Let's say you sell soda, but you only sell 2 liters and 3 liters. Would you rather calculate the nutritional value of a 2L and 3L separately, or just calculate it out for a 1L and adjust the number of total servings depending on the size of the bottle?
#170 - anon (09/08/2016) [-]
Not really. Many containers have serving sizes far smaller than even the smallest unit they have, and they are deliberately manipulated to change how their product is represented. There are regulations in some areas, but not all.

Besides that, do you really think it's that hard to adjust for volume? Either you know what's in your shit or you don't, that's simple math that a 10-year-old could do, much less a multi-billion dollar food producer.
#54 - infinitereaper (09/07/2016) [-]
The main issue these days is people have no conception of what is healthy.
Bread? Trash unless freshly baked.
Reduced fat milk? You're better of drinking a lesser amount of whole.
No peanut butter is not healthy. Peanuts are.
Eat you're fucking vegetables. Been sprouts are the bees knees.
Do not eat bees.
If you want sweets, eat raw organic honey. Shit's cash and super healthy.

now if I only I could afford all this.....
#178 - anon (09/08/2016) [-]
Healthy is relative to what you're trying to achieve. If you're skinny and trying to bulk or maintain your weight, peanut butter is great. If you're not, it's awful for you. In fact, if you're not trying to bulk or struggling to maintain weight, peanuts are a bad idea too, as they are ridiculously calorie-dense. They're what is usually recommended to novice bodybuilders struggling to bulk, so they're the opposite of what you should do if you're struggling to lose instead.

I also don't know where you got 'peanut butter is loaded with sugar.' What peanut butter are you getting? The reduced fat ones tend to be the ones loaded with sugar, but regular ones should have a gram or two of sugar per teaspoon at best. Peanut butter is primarily protein and fat, usually at about a 1:2 ratio. And the fats are generally unsaturated.

And raw organic honey is expensive as shit. As long as it's not processed shit, sugar is sugar no matter what source you get it from, and sugar in excess is likewise bad from any source.

But in a discussion of calories / weight loss. It's less that people don't know what's good and more that people don't care. The information is at your fingertips if you have an internet connection, and it's pretty easy to just try things, count the calories, and figure out what fills you up in the fewest calories possible. But that's simply more effort than most people are willing to give. Very few things are inherently good or bad for you, it's all about reaching the right total of the good stuff without going over your limit on the bad stuff.
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#179 - infinitereaper (09/08/2016) [-]
I'm not trying to lose weight, but I am stating what makes people fat. Food quality is first priority.
#203 - anon (09/09/2016) [-]
Food quantity is first priority in being fat.

Food quality can help with food quantity. Or, specifically, nutrient density and type of nutrient is what to consider. But people have lost weight on junk food diets just to prove that it can be done--you get fat from eating more than you burn, simple as that.

And if you're just listing what makes people fat... Than advising people to eat peanuts is terrible. They are incredibly high-calorie--again, they're what's generally advised to people struggling to bulk, meaning they're the exact opposite of what you should eat if you're trying to lose weight.
#100 - scorcho (09/07/2016) [-]
bread is not more or less healthy because of freshness.
full grain, rye etc. is better than the soggy white bread americans usually call bread.
pic related is what proper bread looks like to me.
there is healthy peanut butter, the kind that is about 1/3rd pure protein (in moderation, like everything).
the sugary paste people usually refer to as peanut butter is not.
#133 - thelaststand (09/08/2016) [-]
sourdough rye bread with liver pate is amazing, fuck haters.
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#102 - infinitereaper (09/07/2016) [-]
i'm speaking from the american perspective, can't remember the last time I had good German bread, freshly baked is best you can do, the issue is how it's made, processed foods are always worse in general
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#89 - steampoweredbot (09/07/2016) [-]
I will eat all the bees I want, by god.
It is my right and responsibility as an American.
#88 - anon (09/07/2016) [-]
peanut butter is made from pretty much just peanuts, look it up
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#90 - steampoweredbot (09/07/2016) [-]
A lot of American peanut butter has added sugar and shit.
The idea behind American mass produced food is to take anything healthy and replace it with an unhealthy version of it. If you can't do that, just drown it in sugar.
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#157 - infinitereaper (09/08/2016) [-]
that IS a lot of sugar, especially considering a single serving is quite tiny compared to what most people serve, an ounce for example, is very small
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#158 - infinitereaper (09/08/2016) [-]
or something like that
#190 - darthan (09/08/2016) [-]
Then hopefully you don't eat any fruit, considering 1 cup of strawberries has 8 grams of sugar, and blueberries even more.

3 grams of sugar per 32 grams of peanut butter is nothing, considering the daily intake (of sugar) a person should never go over is 150 (according to the American Heart Association). Personally, I never go over 30 grams of sugar in one day.
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#191 - infinitereaper (09/08/2016) [-]
fruit has fiber, and shit look at the healthiest nations on earth, they don't eat teh shit we do, rice, vegetables, fish, soups, sea foods, and fermented foods
#192 - darthan (09/08/2016) [-]
We're still discussing peanut butter here. While I do agree that other nations live a healthier lifestyle than America, I disagree that 3 grams of sugar is a lot when you also factor fruit having a much higher source of sugar.

Peanut butter also has dietary fiber. Granted, it's only 2 grams of dietary fiber, but that's only 1 gram less than strawberries.
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#193 - infinitereaper (09/08/2016) [-]
I think you're severely underestimating the amount of sugar in American food. I know I did. But that shit is everywhere.
#194 - darthan (09/08/2016) [-]
I'm pretty sure you're overestimating the amount of sugar in peanut butter. I know American food is full of sugar. Peanut butter is not one of those foods.

Also, considering the peanut has roughly half that amount in sugar already, I'd say peanut butter is perfectly fine.
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#195 - infinitereaper (09/08/2016) [-]
I'm not afraid of sugar, because I metabolize like nobodies business, but considering how easy everyone says it is to get fat I just figured it'd be better avoided.
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#189 - steampoweredbot (09/08/2016) [-]
I think you meant to reply to darthan, but I enjoy the confidence you have anyways.
#117 - darthan (09/07/2016) [-]
3 grams of sugar is considered a lot?

You and infinitereaper have both commented how peanutbutter is loaded with sugar, but I have regular crunchy peanutbutter and it only has 3 grams of sugar per serving.
#204 - anon (09/09/2016) [-]
It's not. I have no idea where anybody is getting this from.

Peanutbutter is high in fat and protein, not sugar. The only ones that are high in sugar are the reduced fat versions.

They're spreading the very same kind of silly misinformation that they're accusing other people of spreading.
#67 - lolollo (09/07/2016) [-]
Here's the variety of trivia I've accumulated about food from asking a good number of people for dietary advice these are real life, wholesome people to...not like your dime a dozen Internet people...

Eggs are the best thing you can eat
Eggs are literally the devil
You should only eat fruit before noon, otherwise you might as well eat pure cane sugar
Breakfast should be a bowl of plain oatmeal, and the concept of flavour while eating it, but nothing more
Breakfast lunch and dinner is for nerds, eat like a hobbit, only with smaller portions and you'll shed it like mad bruh!
Why the fuck are you asking me, I'm like 300 lbs?
Small breakfast, then chicken and rice for like...5 small meals the rest of the day...maybe seasoning if you feel saucy.
Seasoning will literally kill you, oh shit nigger what are you doing?!
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#73 - infinitereaper (09/07/2016) [-]
That's because that's all bullshit.
Bread is only bad because American bread has sugar is bleached and frankly little better than fast food. Freshly baked bread is killer. Anyways I pull my health knowledge from all my travels, Germany, Korea, my favorite food are from countries with the highest life expectancies and health. The ideal diet is actually eastern. Rice, lots of vegetables, soups, fish, etc.

Peanutbutter is bad because its loaded with sugar. Reduced fat is just gay. The brain needs a certain amount of fats. Not all fats are bad. Eggs are good period. cholesterol only becomes a problem when your arteries get scared (low fat milk) honey is a superfood, royal honey currently isn't even completely understood in content

yada yada
Diet advice is moronic. We are what we eat. And for most Americas? We're eating shit.
#45 - ninjaflapjack (09/07/2016) [-]
Other option, this person is telling the truth and they could be pygmies.
Inactive pygmies.
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#34 - vortexrain (09/07/2016) [-]
I wish they'd also put the approximate caloric total along with the calories per serving. I'd put stuff into perspective.
#72 - ohhh (09/07/2016) [-]
#80 - keligus (09/07/2016) [-]
they mean to have a total amount of calories in the box right next to it for those who no do the maths
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#91 - hikakiller (09/07/2016) [-]
You shouldn't, generally, be eating a whole box of something,
#111 - keligus (09/07/2016) [-]
true, but its for those who lack common sense because they can't do math
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#77 - jacksipian (09/07/2016) [-]
no, he means like next to the 160, have it read 1600. everyone knows landwhales cant do math
#78 - ohhh (09/07/2016) [-]
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#23 - animesource (09/07/2016) [-]
It bothers me more when serving size is something arbitrary like "serving size is 3 cookies". Well how the fuck I'm supposed to calculate that when they differ 20% in size?
#205 - anon (09/09/2016) [-]
If you are so concerned about counting calories that you're worried about whether that cookie is 20 calories or 25, then how on earth do you not already own a food scale?
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#134 - admin (09/08/2016) [-]
weigh grams
#32 - captaincapital (09/07/2016) [-]
psst. a food scale
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#33 - animesource (09/07/2016) [-]
Link pepsi or my extensions acting up?
#29 - gigabowzer (09/07/2016) [-]
It's not that difficult, tbh. You just gotta approximate the value. Take the ideal and realize there is room for error. If there are parts in the meal that differ in size, eat the same amount that you would already. On average, the calory count would remain in the same area of error.
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#21 - KazumaKyu (09/07/2016) [-]
As Hanlon's Razor states, "Never attribute to malice that which is adequately explained by stupidity." So yes, he's more likely to be fat and stupid rather than fat and a liar.
#19 - justanotherblablab (09/07/2016) [-]
He couldn't even pick up on the sarcasm of the guy that responded him. He is obviously 100% retarded.
#9 - anon (09/07/2016) [-]
Or they're just really inactive. Or they don't count snacks.
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#26 - adu (09/07/2016) [-]
Anyone can lose weight on a 1200kcal (or less) diet, since an adult's typical organ functions takes more energy than that. Just your heart beating 24/7 takes a significant portion of the calories.
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#112 - boeingninja (09/07/2016) [-]
I can confirm. As a ex-fatass at a whopping 340lbs though I'm pretty tall so it's not all bad I'm down to 220 and counting on a similar diet alone. It's not generics or magic. It's simply avoiding taking in enough energy to power 2 fucking people and you'll be dandy.
#29 - It's the first result when you google "reverse gif"  [+] (1 reply) 08/29/2016 on Think alcohol was involved? 0
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#31 - kilgarth (08/29/2016) [-]
What's this google thing?
#19 - I'll take 8  [+] (4 replies) 08/29/2016 on Think alcohol was involved? +3
#27 - porksoda (08/29/2016) [-]
Thank you. Totally worth it right? Im working on the personal holes, keep in mind you're rolling the HIV dice here sir and i won't be held liable for your dick suddenly rotting off.
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#26 - kilgarth (08/29/2016) [-]
How do you reverse GIFs?
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#29 - Daeiros (08/29/2016) [-]
It's the first result when you google "reverse gif"
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#31 - kilgarth (08/29/2016) [-]
What's this google thing?
#7 - A day labor place, you go in whenever you feel like it, early …  [+] (1 reply) 08/26/2016 on /b/ Tard Asks The Real... +15
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#8 - secretzx (08/26/2016) [-]
Doesn't sound half bad