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16 Secrets The Restaurant Industry Doesn't Want You to Know
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Posted 8/1/08
I love Papa John's but when I eat their pizza I don't really expect that it would be nutritious. I love the melted butter that comes with the pizza though.

I have one question though. Does Ruby Tuesday have the same nutritional facts as Friday's?


Anyway, I rarely eat in Papa John's and Ruby Tuesday anymore so it doesn't bother me that much.
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Knowing the facts ain't going to stop me from eating there.
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What!!!! I thought panera bread was good. Wow I heard of most of them on this list exect 2 or 3
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I spent like half an hour reading this. And ew.

Although I didnt get some of the ingredients... lol.
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Posted 8/1/08 , edited 8/1/08
Good thing I eat mostly homemade foods....

Reading this made me feel heavy..... and I felt like I wanna throw up...
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Posted 8/2/08
I think everyone should go take a nap after reading this. It makes you refreshed and jumpy. Actually, No...
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Posted 8/2/08

vittoriano wrote:

If you eat at one of those restaurants, thinking you're going to get some nutritious food......then you're an idiot. Nobody goes there thinking "gee, this food is loaded in calories and I need to cut my calorie intake.". They go there because they want something quick to eat and without having to do dishes. Convenience, not calories, is what most people are thinking about when they go there.


agreed. If exercise-nazis are going to force us to eat carrots, there's no point in living longer and healthier.
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Incontrovertible wrote:

Lol who really looks at nutritional info when they are eating?



No one does unless they're bored and waiting for their food, or are weirdos who count calories.




StreetSharks wrote:

Knowing the facts ain't going to stop me from eating there.



It doesn't stop 95% of the United States either.




casualbrutality wrote:

Welcome to America. Land of the morbidly obese.



Hell yeah!








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Posted 8/2/08
O____O i was shocked about the burger king thing, >__> dissapointing for me because i started liking burger king. oh wells, theres still a lot of room to stop. =D
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Posted 8/2/08
I'm reading this while munching on my Triple Whooper. Yes, that's 2500++ calories right there.
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Posted 8/2/08
i thought roaches in the kitchen is their special secret recipe.. yumyum
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Posted 8/2/08
Too long, didn't read (TLDR)

And for the record, they were called secrets because they weren't supposed to be revealed. Even so, with all the preservative manufacturers stuff in their goods, this unhealthiness isn't anymore that surprising.
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Posted 8/2/08

moose17 wrote:


Incontrovertible wrote:

Lol who really looks at nutritional info when they are eating?



No one does unless they're bored and waiting for their food, or are weirdos who count calories.



Even then... normally people go out to eat with other people, why wouldn't they just talk to them instead of reading menus? ._.
Posted 8/2/08
lol at Ihop's breakfast. I rarely at some of those places anyways.
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Posted 8/2/08
lol i read that at the msn page.
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