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That was a weird way of wasting time and money. Americans and their weird and wasteful behavior.


I find that offensive. So what if that person chose to do that? Being American didn't influence that.


I do apologize if it was offensive, but everyone is entitled to their own opinions. Why did I think it was American? First, the hamburger, is this an American food or not? Second, Mc Donald's, is this an American company or not? Third, the person who tried the feat of eating those hamburgers in a single sitting, was he American, I actually don't know. Well, I came to the conclusion that Americans love to do stupid stunts such as these because of the circulating vids on the net showing these acts... Though they're funny, I still consider them as wasteful. Obesity is a disease in the U.S. am I right?


Though your first post did insinuate that being American made them do such a wasteful act. Oh what the heck you apologized. Many people are too stubborn to do that.

And yeah I agree. Many idiots out there doing stupid but entertaining stunts. You are entitled to your own opinion but next time do it in a manner which an American, like me, wouldn't find it offensive.

Obesity is more like a choice since people choose not to exercise or eat properly.



Obesity is more like a choice since people choose not to exercise or eat properly.


But didn't the statistics show that obesity is a big problem there compared to malnutrition here in the Phils? American foods are rich in fats, oils and calories that I'm not surprised if Americans are obese. Even their eating habits are bad... I can't imagine enjoying a five minute coffee break if it was true nor a 30 minute lunch break. Well, the recession might help the obese getting thin.

The majority who do those stunts are Americans which shows itself to the world what an average American does in his pastime.

Ok, next time, so that I'll not sound offensive to Americans, I'll use "the white people" instead of Americans.. jowk!!
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Kill099 wrote:


Mypinkyrulez wrote:


Kill099 wrote:


Mypinkyrulez wrote:


Kill099 wrote:

That was a weird way of wasting time and money. Americans and their weird and wasteful behavior.


I find that offensive. So what if that person chose to do that? Being American didn't influence that.


I do apologize if it was offensive, but everyone is entitled to their own opinions. Why did I think it was American? First, the hamburger, is this an American food or not? Second, Mc Donald's, is this an American company or not? Third, the person who tried the feat of eating those hamburgers in a single sitting, was he American, I actually don't know. Well, I came to the conclusion that Americans love to do stupid stunts such as these because of the circulating vids on the net showing these acts... Though they're funny, I still consider them as wasteful. Obesity is a disease in the U.S. am I right?


Though your first post did insinuate that being American made them do such a wasteful act. Oh what the heck you apologized. Many people are too stubborn to do that.

And yeah I agree. Many idiots out there doing stupid but entertaining stunts. You are entitled to your own opinion but next time do it in a manner which an American, like me, wouldn't find it offensive.

Obesity is more like a choice since people choose not to exercise or eat properly.



Obesity is more like a choice since people choose not to exercise or eat properly.


But didn't the statistics show that obesity is a big problem there compared to malnutrition here in the Phils? American foods are rich in fats, oils and calories that I'm not surprised if Americans are obese. Even their eating habits are bad... I can't imagine enjoying a five minute coffee break if it was true nor a 30 minute lunch break. Well, the recession might help the obese getting thin.

The majority who do those stunts are Americans which shows itself to the world what an average American does in his pastime.

Ok, next time, so that I'll not sound offensive to Americans, I'll use "the white people" instead of Americans.. jowk!!


Lol. Niice. Good thing I'm not white. xD Nah today's big mac Wednesday in McDonalds. Those low on cash will surely go there to grab a bite. My folks did.

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Those hamburgers were probably in the back of the freezer for who knows how long.
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Lol,

It seems like you people don't know what they put on your burger ehhh xD

They've but some stuff in your burger which makes you're full, but after a few hours you'll get hungry like a crazy wolf ~.~

or no matter how many of them you're eating, you won't be full and want to eat more and more :3

I thought everyone knew that o.O

This is mainly the reason I avoid Mac Donald
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Posted 3/18/09

Mypinkyrulez wrote:


Kill099 wrote:


Mypinkyrulez wrote:


Kill099 wrote:


Mypinkyrulez wrote:


Kill099 wrote:

That was a weird way of wasting time and money. Americans and their weird and wasteful behavior.


I find that offensive. So what if that person chose to do that? Being American didn't influence that.


I do apologize if it was offensive, but everyone is entitled to their own opinions. Why did I think it was American? First, the hamburger, is this an American food or not? Second, Mc Donald's, is this an American company or not? Third, the person who tried the feat of eating those hamburgers in a single sitting, was he American, I actually don't know. Well, I came to the conclusion that Americans love to do stupid stunts such as these because of the circulating vids on the net showing these acts... Though they're funny, I still consider them as wasteful. Obesity is a disease in the U.S. am I right?


Though your first post did insinuate that being American made them do such a wasteful act. Oh what the heck you apologized. Many people are too stubborn to do that.

And yeah I agree. Many idiots out there doing stupid but entertaining stunts. You are entitled to your own opinion but next time do it in a manner which an American, like me, wouldn't find it offensive.

Obesity is more like a choice since people choose not to exercise or eat properly.



Obesity is more like a choice since people choose not to exercise or eat properly.


But didn't the statistics show that obesity is a big problem there compared to malnutrition here in the Phils? American foods are rich in fats, oils and calories that I'm not surprised if Americans are obese. Even their eating habits are bad... I can't imagine enjoying a five minute coffee break if it was true nor a 30 minute lunch break. Well, the recession might help the obese getting thin.

The majority who do those stunts are Americans which shows itself to the world what an average American does in his pastime.

Ok, next time, so that I'll not sound offensive to Americans, I'll use "the white people" instead of Americans.. jowk!!


Lol. Niice. Good thing I'm not white. xD Nah today's big mac Wednesday in McDonalds. Those low on cash will surely go there to grab a bite. My folks did.



Oh, so you say that burgers of Mc Donald's in America are cheap? Hmm, compared here, eating at Mc Donald's is a luxury. No wonder Americans are obese .
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Kill099 wrote:


Mypinkyrulez wrote:


Kill099 wrote:


Mypinkyrulez wrote:


Kill099 wrote:


Mypinkyrulez wrote:


Kill099 wrote:

That was a weird way of wasting time and money. Americans and their weird and wasteful behavior.


I find that offensive. So what if that person chose to do that? Being American didn't influence that.


I do apologize if it was offensive, but everyone is entitled to their own opinions. Why did I think it was American? First, the hamburger, is this an American food or not? Second, Mc Donald's, is this an American company or not? Third, the person who tried the feat of eating those hamburgers in a single sitting, was he American, I actually don't know. Well, I came to the conclusion that Americans love to do stupid stunts such as these because of the circulating vids on the net showing these acts... Though they're funny, I still consider them as wasteful. Obesity is a disease in the U.S. am I right?


Though your first post did insinuate that being American made them do such a wasteful act. Oh what the heck you apologized. Many people are too stubborn to do that.

And yeah I agree. Many idiots out there doing stupid but entertaining stunts. You are entitled to your own opinion but next time do it in a manner which an American, like me, wouldn't find it offensive.

Obesity is more like a choice since people choose not to exercise or eat properly.



Obesity is more like a choice since people choose not to exercise or eat properly.


But didn't the statistics show that obesity is a big problem there compared to malnutrition here in the Phils? American foods are rich in fats, oils and calories that I'm not surprised if Americans are obese. Even their eating habits are bad... I can't imagine enjoying a five minute coffee break if it was true nor a 30 minute lunch break. Well, the recession might help the obese getting thin.

The majority who do those stunts are Americans which shows itself to the world what an average American does in his pastime.

Ok, next time, so that I'll not sound offensive to Americans, I'll use "the white people" instead of Americans.. jowk!!


Lol. Niice. Good thing I'm not white. xD Nah today's big mac Wednesday in McDonalds. Those low on cash will surely go there to grab a bite. My folks did.



Oh, so you say that burgers of Mc Donald's in America are cheap? Hmm, compared here, eating at Mc Donald's is a luxury. No wonder Americans are obese .


Yep $1 big macs. There's dollar menus everywhere.
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Posted 3/18/09

Mypinkyrulez wrote:


Kill099 wrote:


Mypinkyrulez wrote:


Kill099 wrote:


Mypinkyrulez wrote:


Kill099 wrote:


Mypinkyrulez wrote:


Kill099 wrote:

That was a weird way of wasting time and money. Americans and their weird and wasteful behavior.


I find that offensive. So what if that person chose to do that? Being American didn't influence that.


I do apologize if it was offensive, but everyone is entitled to their own opinions. Why did I think it was American? First, the hamburger, is this an American food or not? Second, Mc Donald's, is this an American company or not? Third, the person who tried the feat of eating those hamburgers in a single sitting, was he American, I actually don't know. Well, I came to the conclusion that Americans love to do stupid stunts such as these because of the circulating vids on the net showing these acts... Though they're funny, I still consider them as wasteful. Obesity is a disease in the U.S. am I right?


Though your first post did insinuate that being American made them do such a wasteful act. Oh what the heck you apologized. Many people are too stubborn to do that.

And yeah I agree. Many idiots out there doing stupid but entertaining stunts. You are entitled to your own opinion but next time do it in a manner which an American, like me, wouldn't find it offensive.

Obesity is more like a choice since people choose not to exercise or eat properly.



Obesity is more like a choice since people choose not to exercise or eat properly.


But didn't the statistics show that obesity is a big problem there compared to malnutrition here in the Phils? American foods are rich in fats, oils and calories that I'm not surprised if Americans are obese. Even their eating habits are bad... I can't imagine enjoying a five minute coffee break if it was true nor a 30 minute lunch break. Well, the recession might help the obese getting thin.

The majority who do those stunts are Americans which shows itself to the world what an average American does in his pastime.

Ok, next time, so that I'll not sound offensive to Americans, I'll use "the white people" instead of Americans.. jowk!!


Lol. Niice. Good thing I'm not white. xD Nah today's big mac Wednesday in McDonalds. Those low on cash will surely go there to grab a bite. My folks did.



Oh, so you say that burgers of Mc Donald's in America are cheap? Hmm, compared here, eating at Mc Donald's is a luxury. No wonder Americans are obese .


Yep $1 big macs. There's dollar menus everywhere.


Hmm well a $1 = 50 php... Maybe that's the reason why 50 php is the lowest in Mc Donald's branches here. But since you said that they're going to Mc Donald's because they're low in cash which means an old, traditional, and home cooked meal is much expensive than dining in Mc Donald's? Very interesting indeed... I'd rather stick to home cooked meals.
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Kill099 wrote:


Mypinkyrulez wrote:


Kill099 wrote:


Mypinkyrulez wrote:


Kill099 wrote:


Mypinkyrulez wrote:


Kill099 wrote:


Mypinkyrulez wrote:


Kill099 wrote:

That was a weird way of wasting time and money. Americans and their weird and wasteful behavior.


I find that offensive. So what if that person chose to do that? Being American didn't influence that.


I do apologize if it was offensive, but everyone is entitled to their own opinions. Why did I think it was American? First, the hamburger, is this an American food or not? Second, Mc Donald's, is this an American company or not? Third, the person who tried the feat of eating those hamburgers in a single sitting, was he American, I actually don't know. Well, I came to the conclusion that Americans love to do stupid stunts such as these because of the circulating vids on the net showing these acts... Though they're funny, I still consider them as wasteful. Obesity is a disease in the U.S. am I right?


Though your first post did insinuate that being American made them do such a wasteful act. Oh what the heck you apologized. Many people are too stubborn to do that.

And yeah I agree. Many idiots out there doing stupid but entertaining stunts. You are entitled to your own opinion but next time do it in a manner which an American, like me, wouldn't find it offensive.

Obesity is more like a choice since people choose not to exercise or eat properly.



Obesity is more like a choice since people choose not to exercise or eat properly.


But didn't the statistics show that obesity is a big problem there compared to malnutrition here in the Phils? American foods are rich in fats, oils and calories that I'm not surprised if Americans are obese. Even their eating habits are bad... I can't imagine enjoying a five minute coffee break if it was true nor a 30 minute lunch break. Well, the recession might help the obese getting thin.

The majority who do those stunts are Americans which shows itself to the world what an average American does in his pastime.

Ok, next time, so that I'll not sound offensive to Americans, I'll use "the white people" instead of Americans.. jowk!!


Lol. Niice. Good thing I'm not white. xD Nah today's big mac Wednesday in McDonalds. Those low on cash will surely go there to grab a bite. My folks did.



Oh, so you say that burgers of Mc Donald's in America are cheap? Hmm, compared here, eating at Mc Donald's is a luxury. No wonder Americans are obese .


Yep $1 big macs. There's dollar menus everywhere.


Hmm well a $1 = 50 php... Maybe that's the reason why 50 php is the lowest in Mc Donald's branches here. But since you said that they're going to Mc Donald's because they're low in cash which means an old, traditional, and home cooked meal is much expensive than dining in Mc Donald's? Very interesting indeed... I'd rather stick to home cooked meals.


Nah that dosen't mean all people are going to fast food restaurants. Some people believe that a home cooked meal is cheaper. We only had about $5 dollars. =.= Can't buy food from the super market with that so McDonalds was the choice.
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Nah that dosen't mean all people are going to fast food restaurants. Some people believe that a home cooked meal is cheaper. We only had about $5 dollars. =.= Can't buy food from the super market with that so McDonalds was the choice.


So you mean that with $1 you can buy a burger but can't buy anything in the super market with $5? OMG, maybe life in America is much more expensive than I thought.
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Kill099 wrote:


Mypinkyrulez wrote:



Nah that dosen't mean all people are going to fast food restaurants. Some people believe that a home cooked meal is cheaper. We only had about $5 dollars. =.= Can't buy food from the super market with that so McDonalds was the choice.



So you mean that with $1 you can buy a burger but can't buy anything in the super market with $5? OMG, maybe life in America is much more expensive than I thought.


Okay... So maybe my parents don't know what to buy for 5 dollars at the market. >.> Would that feed a family of 5?


EDIT: But with currency differences. If a dollar is worth more to you then 5 dollars is a lot. Over here it's not much.
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Mypinkyrulez wrote:


Kill099 wrote:


Mypinkyrulez wrote:



Nah that dosen't mean all people are going to fast food restaurants. Some people believe that a home cooked meal is cheaper. We only had about $5 dollars. =.= Can't buy food from the super market with that so McDonalds was the choice.



So you mean that with $1 you can buy a burger but can't buy anything in the super market with $5? OMG, maybe life in America is much more expensive than I thought.


Okay... So maybe my parents don't know what to buy for 5 dollars at the market. >.> Would that feed a family of 5?


EDIT: But with currency differences. If a dollar is worth more to you then 5 dollars is a lot. Over here it's not much.


So, 5 dollars is not much there? Then its really expensive living in America. Here, five dollars will give you 250 php which is enough for a meal for the whole family. Maybe food is much cheaper here than I thought...
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Kill099 wrote:


Mypinkyrulez wrote:


Kill099 wrote:


Mypinkyrulez wrote:



Nah that dosen't mean all people are going to fast food restaurants. Some people believe that a home cooked meal is cheaper. We only had about $5 dollars. =.= Can't buy food from the super market with that so McDonalds was the choice.



So you mean that with $1 you can buy a burger but can't buy anything in the super market with $5? OMG, maybe life in America is much more expensive than I thought.


Okay... So maybe my parents don't know what to buy for 5 dollars at the market. >.> Would that feed a family of 5?


EDIT: But with currency differences. If a dollar is worth more to you then 5 dollars is a lot. Over here it's not much.


So, 5 dollars is not much there? Then its really expensive living in America. Here, five dollars will give you 250 php which is enough for a meal for the whole family. Maybe food is much cheaper here than I thought...


Hmm it's everywhere. The Euro is worth more than the American Dollar. A Peso (Mexican currency) is like 7 cents here. I got my glasses over there since it's cheaper because a dollar is worth more over there. xD
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Kill099 wrote:


Mypinkyrulez wrote:


Kill099 wrote:


Mypinkyrulez wrote:



Nah that dosen't mean all people are going to fast food restaurants. Some people believe that a home cooked meal is cheaper. We only had about $5 dollars. =.= Can't buy food from the super market with that so McDonalds was the choice.



So you mean that with $1 you can buy a burger but can't buy anything in the super market with $5? OMG, maybe life in America is much more expensive than I thought.


Okay... So maybe my parents don't know what to buy for 5 dollars at the market. >.> Would that feed a family of 5?


EDIT: But with currency differences. If a dollar is worth more to you then 5 dollars is a lot. Over here it's not much.


So, 5 dollars is not much there? Then its really expensive living in America. Here, five dollars will give you 250 php which is enough for a meal for the whole family. Maybe food is much cheaper here than I thought...
...You should visit America.

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Mypinkyrulez wrote:


Kill099 wrote:


Mypinkyrulez wrote:


Kill099 wrote:


Mypinkyrulez wrote:



Nah that dosen't mean all people are going to fast food restaurants. Some people believe that a home cooked meal is cheaper. We only had about $5 dollars. =.= Can't buy food from the super market with that so McDonalds was the choice.



So you mean that with $1 you can buy a burger but can't buy anything in the super market with $5? OMG, maybe life in America is much more expensive than I thought.


Okay... So maybe my parents don't know what to buy for 5 dollars at the market. >.> Would that feed a family of 5?


EDIT: But with currency differences. If a dollar is worth more to you then 5 dollars is a lot. Over here it's not much.


So, 5 dollars is not much there? Then its really expensive living in America. Here, five dollars will give you 250 php which is enough for a meal for the whole family. Maybe food is much cheaper here than I thought...


Hmm it's everywhere. The Euro is worth more than the American Dollar. A Peso (Mexican currency) is like 7 cents here. I got my glasses over there since it's cheaper because a dollar is worth more over there. xD


Wow, that would make me change my mind on working there... Thanks for the info btw.
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Kill099 wrote:


Mypinkyrulez wrote:


Kill099 wrote:


Mypinkyrulez wrote:



Nah that dosen't mean all people are going to fast food restaurants. Some people believe that a home cooked meal is cheaper. We only had about $5 dollars. =.= Can't buy food from the super market with that so McDonalds was the choice.



So you mean that with $1 you can buy a burger but can't buy anything in the super market with $5? OMG, maybe life in America is much more expensive than I thought.


Okay... So maybe my parents don't know what to buy for 5 dollars at the market. >.> Would that feed a family of 5?


EDIT: But with currency differences. If a dollar is worth more to you then 5 dollars is a lot. Over here it's not much.


So, 5 dollars is not much there? Then its really expensive living in America. Here, five dollars will give you 250 php which is enough for a meal for the whole family. Maybe food is much cheaper here than I thought...
...You should visit America.



Yeah someday, maybe... But I thought living in America is cheap... this discussion changed my mind.
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