The 20 Worst Foods In America

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  1. RedNeckJiuJitsu Black Belt

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  2. upnorthmma Yellow Belt

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    not strange, protien is not a negative in food and carbs and fats in excess are
     
  3. ooitzoo Purple Belt

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    A chicken burrito has quite a bit of protein...
     
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    I hate to say it, but once in a blue moon I would probably eat the shit out of those cheese fries. I don't know if they have anything else wih them, since they're smothered in cheese and you can't tell.

    Carne Asada fries probably beat the hell out of Aussie version anyway. :D
     
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    I read the men's health article last friday, this was incidentally right after finally getting an awesome blossom from chili's. Turned out to be a horrible, yet delicious idea. And yes, I knew what it had in it.
     
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    WTF are Aussie Cheese Fries?

    They are definitely NOT Australian cuisine.......
     
  9. GunsforGuevara Orange Belt

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    Aussie cheese fries were made by the devil. A giant plate of french fries covered in cheese and bacon worth about 2900 kcals. It's an appetizer at Outback Steakhouse, an Australian themed-American owned restaurant.
     
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    Ah yes I've heard of Outback Steakhouse. Friends of mine have told me its made by Americans with no idea of Australian culture.
     
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    In other words, it was made by Americans, marketed toward Americans. :icon_chee
     
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    Its a freaking steakhouse. What do you want some aboriginal waiters who send your order to the kitchen with a dickeriedoo.
     
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    Can't have that - they'd steal all the money out of the cash register, and not do any actual work!

    I was just commenting that its Australian themed, but all-american food!
     
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    dude i wish this stuff would kionda flash in my face before i pull into a drive thru or go to the mall ...
     
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    so outback steakhouse is just about as australian as the olive garden is italian? lol
     
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    Yes they are. The fries are cooked in kangaroo fat and covered in cheese made from Koala milk. Noob.
     
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    haha no shit. I can't even believe what I just read. I'll never them again.
     
  19. RedNeckJiuJitsu Black Belt

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    Right, and I didn't mean to sound like it was. I just meant that it would've been nice to have the protein there as a comparison point. Obviously stuff like cheese fries aren't gonna have much protein, but just for the sake of my curiosity.
     
  20. Skanker Guest

    Good list...
     

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