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Whoa buddy. It's National Sourest Day AND National Greasy Food Day.

donmdonm Posts: 10,241 ✭✭✭✭✭ Graduate

What a great opportunity to (1) get out what little negativity we have remaining before the big game and go into the fray with a clean, relaxed mind. Banish all smile and get your pout on.

If that's not your cup of tea/coffee/liqueur/beer/wine/whiskey/water/whatever (see the alliteration? ) then we also have National Greasy Food Day. Although not the healthiest of choices, every once in awhile it just has to be okay to enjoy some greasy food. From fried chicken, pizza, nachos and french fries to bacon and hash brown potatoes, we all like a treat in our regular diet.

Greasy foods can be prepared with healthier oils and with much less than normal amounts of oil used when cooking, making them much healthier choices. But for this one day, why not get in the spirit and do your greasiest? Can't we find something to eat that is bad for us while keeping a pout on our faces?

After our District Cross Country race today, I go right by a Taco Bell. I think I'll stop by and celebrate Greasy Food Day with the good folks there. I'll have to work on the sour part because I expect our kids to race pretty well today.

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  • FirePlugDawgFirePlugDawg Posts: 5,480 ✭✭✭✭✭ Graduate
    edited October 2018

    @donm said:
    What a great opportunity to (1) get out what little negativity we have remaining before the big game and go into the fray with a clean, relaxed mind. Banish all smile and get your pout on.

    If that's not your cup of tea/coffee/liqueur/beer/wine/whiskey/water/whatever (see the alliteration? ) then we also have National Greasy Food Day. Although not the healthiest of choices, every once in awhile it just has to be okay to enjoy some greasy food. From fried chicken, pizza, nachos and french fries to bacon and hash brown potatoes, we all like a treat in our regular diet.

    Greasy foods can be prepared with healthier oils and with much less than normal amounts of oil used when cooking, making them much healthier choices. But for this one day, why not get in the spirit and do your greasiest? Can't we find something to eat that is bad for us while keeping a pout on our faces?

    After our District Cross Country race today, I go right by a Taco Bell. I think I'll stop by and celebrate Greasy Food Day with the good folks there. I'll have to work on the sour part because I expect our kids to race pretty well today.

    Taco Bell offers a good value, plus decent nutrition. I recall dining at a theme restaurant in my salad days - the kind that is very dimly lit. Looking at the leftovers the next day - the 'steak' was a fatty chuck - yuck!

  • moosmoos Posts: 1,735 ✭✭✭✭✭ Graduate

    Well, in that case...

    @BojanglesInsider

    Take that lemon outta the sweet tea,
    Dip it in butter,
    And slap your momma

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