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>> No.10562633 [View]
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go-to hell

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>i‘m so proud i wasted years infront of a stove
hahaha check out that loser
feel free to replace stove with video games, television shows or anime, for those sweet upvotes, my reddit bros xDDDD

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Truly the Reddit of pancake joints. kys yourself

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>He eats the potato shell

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This is fucking awful, anon.

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1. Purchase brown rice, eggs, canned black beans, hot sauce, soy sauce, and chili powder.
2. Cook three cups of brown rice.
3. While rice is still hot, mix 0.5 cans of beans with plenty of chili powder. Microwave until hot as hell and somewhat dry.
4. Pour beans onto plate of rice. Add hotsauce and enjoy.
Alternatively, make fried rice using eggs and soy sauce.
That should cover >50% of your meals if you need to.
Keep fruit and veg around as snacks.

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>More than half of the participants in the Yankelovich focus groups questioned the price of our burger. "Why," they asked, "should we pay the same amount for a third of a pound of meat as we do for a quarter-pound of meat at McDonald's? You're overcharging us." Honestly. People thought a third of a pound was less than a quarter of a pound. After all, three is less than four!

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