E.Vi.L. said:Hey, we started talking about digestive system and you switch meaning to health in general. Don't switch meaning of a quote unless it's for comedic effect!
:shock:If you keep an active life style, dairy and meat are perfectly healthy. If you are very active, they become almost necessary. All in reasonable quantities, of course.
I don't think responding to stimuli means something is self-aware.
"Don't do milk! Stay in drugs! And make sure ta drink ya school!"JonnyFreeze said:
Jesus Christ! I've never been hungover, but even I know that milks is a bad idea. If my stomach was the least bit upset and someone offered me milk, I'd kick them in the nuts and run away as fast as I can. I don't even know how milk could sound anything close to good when your stomach is hurting.JohnnyFreeze said:but anyway i figured with milk being an alkali it might calm my stomach.
moonmaster said:Since then, I've been more careful. I try to eat burgers less often. In fact, I've found that sometimes a nice chicken sandwich is a hundred times better than a burger.
See, I love burgers but I HATE steak. I always have. I can't really eat beef by itself. It needs to be covered in cheese, mayonnaise and ketchup in between two peices of bread before I'll actually want to eat it.E said:I like steak, but with absolutely zero fat or gristle.
I can stand beef as long as it's not beefy.
moonmaster said:And as DIB pointed out, our constant talk of "eating beef" is turning this entire thread into a big double entendre.
moonmaster said:See, I love burgers but I HATE steak. I always have. I can't really eat beef by itself. It needs to be covered in cheese, mayonnaise and ketchup in between two peices of bread before I'll actually want to eat it.
Funny ain't it?Victor Von Doom said:I am suprised that this thread lasted 3 pages.