The Dark Side of Fast Food

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The Dark Side of Fast Food

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I found this really interesting. I don't think I'll ever not eat Fast Food again, but I'll definitely think about it more.

The cedar roasted asparagus has good chew. I don't know how to enjoy it, so I'll Instagram it instead.
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Fast food nation is one of the best books you could ever read about the food industry in general. Fascinating and so well written it reads like a thriller.
I read it 7 or 8 years ago and it still resonates.
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There's a light side ?
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People who eat fast food on a regular basis simply don't give a shit about their bodies. Might as well bare back a WA/GSM slag.
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Thanks for the vivid imagery. It will stay with me for a while.
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I thought the movie Super Size Me by Michael Moore shed good light on this issue.
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Anyone into the Fat, Sick, and Nearly Dead craze? Possibly not a 'thing' here...
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StroppyChops wrote:Anyone into the Fat, Sick, and Nearly Dead craze? Possibly not a 'thing' here...
So are we still meeting at Burger King for our weekly catch up?
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kiwiincambodia wrote:
StroppyChops wrote:Anyone into the Fat, Sick, and Nearly Dead craze? Possibly not a 'thing' here...
So are we still meeting at Burger King for our weekly catch up?
Sure, but the KFC around the corner involves less effort for me - can you come here instead?
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More secluded men's room, for sure.
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