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  1. Mister is offline

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    Posted On:
    3/26/2013 9:28pm

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    Hell yeah! Hell no!
    Quote Originally Posted by Phrost View Post
    Ranch Dressing isn't bad because it's 99% fat. I won't go into the fats vs. carbs debate here, but I'll just say that bacon isn't responsible for the Holocaust as some people operating on dietary knowledge from the 1970's would have you believe. Our bodies are set up to consume fat because it's a very efficient source of energy. Our ancestors, who hadn't yet invented Death Metal, used to literally suck the marrow out of the bones of their prey, just to get at the fat content.

    No, Ranch Dressing is "bad" because it's one of the most calorie-dense food(ish) substances out there; it's up there with ice cream and the tears of your enemies. As you can see, two tablespoons of the stuff has as many calories as a fuckbucket of broccoli. (By the way, if you eat broccoli by the bucket, send us an email).
    This **** contradicts itself.

    Fat is calorie dense.

    Nothing wrong with ranch or mayo.

    In moderation, ranch or mayo can be good for you if you're struggling to fill your caloric needs.

    Put it on some tuna and you've got a solid meal but eat with some breaded fried food and french fries and you're just asking for trouble.

    Here's olive oil which is considered by many to be healthy.

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    Olive oil has 50 more calories per tablespoon. I'm comparing them because both are dressings in a sense and both are fat dense.

    I call bullshit. But whatever... it's funny.
  2. BCS is offline

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    4/19/2013 3:33am


    Hell yeah! Hell no!
    Excellent article packed with win and lulz. Now this is what I come to Bullshido for ;)
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