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    God, why won't this thread die?
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    LOL epic thread.
    Brad08 has some insight for people who don't understand... anything.
    This is so ****ing ******ed it's almost beyond belief. So, if you eat 3k, you will automatically gain 3k worth of fat or muscle? Incredible. And here I am eating all this food, yet maintaining my weight. Fascinating.

    You're one of those pussies that counts his almonds I bet.

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    Eating Acorns, is it a good idea?

    So why aren't people eating acorns? Only way I can figure it, is it must be a ... Good stuff…I will admit, now I am curious about how they taste. ..... I had never really been introduced to the idea of acorns as a source of human food, ...

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    I eat pecans and almonds all the time, never tried acorns though?

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    I just read this whole thread thanks to AKMASS having it in his signature with the heading saying "Best Thread Ever". It was.

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    HAHA. People started asking me what the hell was wrong sitting here at work and laughing out loud. Epic win.
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    I thought this thread was done haha
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    I think there should be a hall of fame sticky in general chat for the greatest threads. This should be in it and so should that one about the guy who saved a squirrel.

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    I wonder who would win...the guy who saves squirrels, or the guy who wants to steal their food supply??
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    Noticed the dude who started this thread disappered real fast. At least on this thread anyway.
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    I ate a whole grocery bag full of acorns a few years ago, man you should've seen me go! I felt so awful the next day you would've thought I had been in a fight with a 300lb gorilla. I'll never do that again. LOL

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    Dammit AKMass, thanks a lot for making me read this entire thread again. Definitely got a laugh out of it, though. Some of Belial's quotes really make me LOL. Where the hell did that ridiculously strong genius go, anyways? Probably curing some form of cancer or something...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Keith View Post
    Probably curing some form of cancer or something...
    Yep, took care of it!
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    First time reading this. Very amused. 10/10


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    And the thread lives on!!!
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    There are some real gem threads here..if you you dig deep enough.
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