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  1. Lost my job today. Applied for unemployment already. I have about $10 in the bank, half a tank of gas, low on food, and $1600 in debt.

    Needless to say, I am not in a good mood.

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    2. Bucket

      Bucket

      Well, it's easier to sit around doing nothing when you get winded walking up the stairs.

    3. Grazza

      Grazza

      Bucket said:

      Are you from here? Fattening junk food is cheaper than the healthy stuff.

      Yes, I live in the US, and am aware that it can cost only a few dollars to get an enormous pile of unhealthy food, and that such meals are even quite hard to avoid. What I meant by "shopping around" in this context was going out of your way to find the optimal meals for maximizing the calories per dollar.

    4. Maes

      Maes

      Mike.Reiner said:

      Though to become 200 lbs overweight is still a feat I am nowhere near, and I will never understand how people allow themselves to reach that.


      Judging by YT, apparently you can make a pretty buck if you're a fatass woman/male twink/even a middle-aged fucker: just sit on your couch or chair, and slap your fat rolls around in front of the camera. The number of views for such tripe (pun intended) is mind-blowing, let alone the comments about how "sexy" an overweight pasty 13yo MALE teenager playing with his fat rolls is.

      Grazza said:

      What I meant by "shopping around" in this context was going out of your way to find the optimal meals for maximizing the calories per dollar.


      That would be any food that consists of nearly 100% fat, like lard or oils. However, neither is very appetizing to eat raw. Between the two, I'd say lard on slices of bread.

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