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Scored 4 touchdowns...in a single game. Polk High!
Absent any other moisture to draw on, the hamburger essentially just becomes jerky. It's not going to rot because there isn't any moisture - dehydrated food essentially completely stops the growth of spoilage bacteria.
There's no super-special preservative in the burger that keeps it like that for years, it's just dehydration.
love how the Obesity activist was fat...
Like a trainer that has such a big beer belly he looks pregnant. Really motivates me
Dude, that motivates me. My dad has a beer belly, and every time he would have me run drills in the backyard, I'd be motivated by not wanting to look like him.
...but it never molded before it turned to jerky. BTW, I am more surprised by the bread. It does not take very long for bread to mold.
This post was edited by dpfenny 20 months ago
lol that's a little different, but I see what you are saying. That logic kept me away from cigs
But you've got to wonder what that lady is eating if she is still that big...maybe she's late for her flight back and grabs a quarter-pounder
Right. McDonald's hamburgers aren't exactly the type of juicy, pink-in-the-middle burgers that you cook at home. They're pretty much warmed up meat-product that have already been cooked and frozen. The initial cooking and flash-freezing removes the vast majority of the moisture that the burger ever had, and the second cooking removes what little is left. The only moisture in a Mickey D's burger comes from condiments and veggies - of which there are none on that burger in the video.
Probably a slow metabolism coupled with a lack of willpower to exercise. It takes more and more effort to remain in shape as we age, so I wouldn't be surprised if she just gave up at some point and just manages not to blow up by eating healthy.
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