redAPPLE said:i didn't know they made "10 xl"-size t-shirts. well, i guess, only in america.
Nevermind, too easy.thedude110 said:Meh.
I mean, isn't this the ultimate fallout of existentialism and capitalism? God's dead, and people in need are pretty forgettable most of the time, so put on as many shirts as you can! Not only can you do it, but it even helps you forget your social responsibilities! It's a win win! The more shirts you can wear, the more you can disassociate yourself from their production and their function.
Once shirts enter simulation, shirts reproduce simulation ...
At the same time, I mean, somebody had to wear the most shirts ever ...
I presume that SB local T-Shirt manufacturer Big Dogs sponsored this even since their shirts and logo were all over this "record".gauchogolfer said:
everyone blames McDonald's but it is just as much them as it is any normal restaurant giving too big of portions than should be for a person and the lack of exercise. Additionally American unprepared foods / frozen foods aren't too great either, but the proportions and lack of exercise are just as bad as the fat itself from fast food.iKWICK7 said:Well, we are a bunch of fat asses. Thank you, McDonalds! Stupid drive through!
*note: I don't eat that crap- I don't want to get fat.
At any point is it the person doing the eating that is to blame?rockthecasbah said:everyone blames McDonald's but it is just as much them as it is any normal restaurant giving too big of portions than should be for a person and the lack of exercise