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#38 - Sworley
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you can drive a tank at any park, since youre driving a tank
you can drive a tank at any park, since youre driving a tank
User avatar #72 to #38 - hattheifbatman
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In gta liberty city, I use my tank's cannon like a rocket
#137 to #38 - kandazz
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#160 to #137 - maternation
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#2 - misterusername
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The recommended pasta servings are ******* ********
#91 to #2 - glycogen
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SEXY GIRL EATS 1700 CALORIES OF PASTA IN ONE SITTING.

www.youtube.com/watch?v=oyfCsArycNc

Pasta is one of the most slimming foods you can possibly eat if you eat it with a low fat sauce.

Carbs make you lean.
Leanest cultures on earth get the majority of their calories from carbs.

Carbohdrates are stored as glycogen.
Sugar stores in your muscles.

Not fat.

Donuts, biscuits, cake have a more fat in them than they do carbs.
Fruit, rice,potatoes are low in fat and high in carbs.
Eat clean carbs, have energy and be lean.

Every cell in the human body runs on carbohydrates.

Carb the **** up
User avatar #204 to #91 - dyalibya
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> Carbohdrates are stored as glycogen.
>Sugar stores in your muscles.

>Not fat.

Nope, you are wrong
User avatar #207 to #204 - glycogen
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Are you joking?

How do you think athletes store energy for races?
User avatar #209 to #207 - dyalibya
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Crabs do turn into fat
User avatar #210 to #209 - glycogen
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They are directly stored as glycogen.


It is very clear that they are not converted into fat.

User avatar #214 to #210 - dyalibya
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> Level -348

Hummmm , have some green thumbs buddy
User avatar #221 to #214 - glycogen
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If you were smart you would give me no thumbs at all.

Thumbs just show that people are reacting to me.

I have lots of green ones for content too. So it is not a troll account.

Carbs do not turn into fat.


Check out Durianrider and Freelee the Banana Girl, they eat more carbs than anyone.

Also, diabetes and heart disease are both reversed on a high-carb vegan diet.
Dr Neal Barnard and Dr Caldwell Esselstyn.

The China Study as well, it was found that Chinese villagers ate more calories than Americans, yet were skinnier. They also had virtually no heart disease or cancer. It was attributed to their high-carb diet and getting less than 10% of their calories from meat.
#235 to #221 - dyalibya
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> Carbs do not turn into fat   
   
   
What's your major ? did you study biochemistry ?    
   
>The China Study as well, it was found that Chinese villagers ate more calories than Americans, yet were skinnier. They also had virtually no heart disease or cancer. It was attributed to their high-carb diet and getting less than 10% of their calories from meat   
   
Chinese villagers probably spend 7 hours a day doing physical Labour, their diet works for them, most people in urban areas work in a cubical for 8 hours a day and come home and spend the rest of the day watching TV or using the internet    
   
   
> VEGAN    
   
   
   
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> Carbs do not turn into fat


What's your major ? did you study biochemistry ?

>The China Study as well, it was found that Chinese villagers ate more calories than Americans, yet were skinnier. They also had virtually no heart disease or cancer. It was attributed to their high-carb diet and getting less than 10% of their calories from meat

Chinese villagers probably spend 7 hours a day doing physical Labour, their diet works for them, most people in urban areas work in a cubical for 8 hours a day and come home and spend the rest of the day watching TV or using the internet


> VEGAN



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User avatar #236 to #235 - glycogen
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yeah I did a bachelor of science in bio-chem and then went on to do a PhD in epigenetics...

Its really incredibly simple though. It is actually discussed in the first chapter of any physiology book.

Glycogen stores, hold sugar in the muscles. It can be weighed.

Human body can store 15 grams of carbohydrates per kg of body-weight.
Its a lot... 70 kg man can store an excess 3000 calories of carbs as glycogen.

Even sedentary there is a significant difference.
The fat you eat is the fat you wear.

The disease rates were the most significant part... good book to read.


Vegans are healthier and are part of the solution, not the problem.

www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZTaGZ6KLDwI
www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.651446311583081.1073741833.452441044816943&type=1
User avatar #239 to #236 - dyalibya
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> The fat you eat is the fat you wear

Do you deny Fatty acid synthesis or what ?
User avatar #248 to #239 - glycogen
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Dietary fat is directly stored as adipose tissue.

Eat fat, be fat.

www.youtube.com/watch?v=2zVxA6yipv4
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#31 - teckemeier
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I live in Denmark and I receive 890 dollars a month for attending school
#120 to #31 - maeko
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As far as education, America sucks. Does Denmark take foreign students?
User avatar #165 to #120 - teckemeier
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We do and the ones I've talked to are satisfied
User avatar #184 to #165 - dildodude
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Is it free for foreigners?
User avatar #185 to #184 - teckemeier
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I'm pretty sure you have to have a citizenship for a lasting solution but I think there's something about exchange students getting money as well
#188 to #185 - dildodude
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I dont really care about getting money as long as there will be no tuition fee.
also how do I get a citizenship do you have any idea?
Im from Armenia and my country sucks ass, Im doomed here. I have a bachelor degree but I dont think its valid in normal countries.
User avatar #191 to #188 - teckemeier
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You'll have to apply for citizenship and then pass a "Danskedstest" which is a test to see if you know enough about danish culture for you to integrate so you're going to have to learn a lot about Denmark before you're able to move here for good. At least that's how I think they still do it
User avatar #200 to #191 - dildodude
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but there's no tuition fee for exchange students who are not even from EU?
User avatar #203 to #200 - teckemeier
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Nope. If you get a citizenship you're considered just as danish as me who's born and raised here. And if you're exchange student you'll be treated as a dane for the duration of your stay
User avatar #262 to #203 - dildodude
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holy ****, Im packing my stuff
User avatar #264 to #185 - maeko
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I'm ******* packing!
User avatar #121 to #31 - peanutbraddle
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You lucky Bastard. Aren't all the Nordic coutries rich to an extent?
User avatar #164 to #121 - teckemeier
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Yes we are but keep in mind that our taxes show for it. In Denmark you pay a little over 50% of your income. The upside to that is that everything public is free
User avatar #174 to #164 - peanutbraddle
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What constitutes "Public"?
User avatar #176 to #174 - teckemeier
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Schools are free, healthcare is free, as long as you're in school public transport is free and after that you can sign up for different services to make public transport cheaper.
User avatar #177 to #176 - peanutbraddle
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Neato Burrito. I live in 'murica so pretty much no healthcare/university for me.
User avatar #129 to #31 - tacticalhog
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So, how difficult is Denmarkese? We Muricans don't know much about this 'outer world' thing, but moving there sounds nice.
Yes I know it's superior of languages Danish
User avatar #163 to #129 - teckemeier
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Learn to pronounce "rød grød med fløde" and you'll do just fine here
#132 to #31 - brohd
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im sponsored by my company so I make 1700 every 2 weeks at school, sweet deal
User avatar #151 to #31 - monkeysniper
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And suddenly I find myself wanting to move to Denmark.
User avatar #152 to #31 - Kairyuka
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Denmark too, I'm getting that money AND I have a part-time job
#46 to #31 - gonzoen
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Denmark, **** yeah!
Without those 5000 KR each month, I wouldn't be able to get the education I want.
#194 to #31 - kuddman
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Proud scandinavian. Thank god we think alike with school system and health care danskjävel
#211 to #31 - anon id: 984bd4c4
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Bitch please...
1160 a month for attending university...
User avatar #213 to #211 - teckemeier
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K.
#215 to #31 - sseevvee
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(I live in sweden and i receive 155$ per month for attending school) But think about Denmarks taxes! They are highest in the world 48-50% so those who work in Denmark have to suffer a lot
User avatar #222 to #215 - teckemeier
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Sure we pay a lot of taxes but it's not like it's taken from us. That money is used to improve society and ensure our well-being. We get a lot of free **** that I have a hard time understanding people paying for themselves in other countries.
#227 to #222 - sseevvee
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Yeah now when i think about it., lego-land other stuff like lalandia doesn'texist in sweden :'(
User avatar #231 to #227 - teckemeier
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Naw but we're not that different. Our countries share a lot of viewpoints
#232 to #231 - sseevvee
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true, but you must admit that the Danish tax is a bit too high
User avatar #233 to #232 - teckemeier
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I dunno man. I've never tried anything different and I'm pretty contempt with the way it is
#234 to #233 - sseevvee
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ok
#249 to #31 - harleycurnow
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I'm in college in the uk and i get £76 per month because no parents lel
#39 to #31 - azzyx
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I get $1000+ pr. month.. Uni ftw!
User avatar #240 to #31 - TexMex
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Wait, how can you get that much money? I'm Swedish and I get 1000 sek/month.. How can the difference be that much?
User avatar #241 to #240 - teckemeier
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Do you live with your parents?
User avatar #242 to #241 - TexMex
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Yeah, I do.. Do you get that because you don't?
User avatar #243 to #242 - teckemeier
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Yup. In Denmark if you don't live with your parents you get something called "Udeboende SU" which should be enough money for a person to rent an apartment and feed himself. I don't know how it works in Sweden though
User avatar #244 to #243 - TexMex
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Oh, okay. That's pretty ******* cool.
User avatar #246 to #244 - teckemeier
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Ya but it's pretty stupid that it only counts if you live more than 30 km from your parents' house.
User avatar #247 to #246 - TexMex
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Lol, what the ****. Do they assume that you will "cheat" and go and eat at your parents house all the time or what?
User avatar #250 to #247 - teckemeier
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They suspect that people will be able to be more dependent of their parents if they live too close to them. Like that's gonna happen
User avatar #251 to #250 - TexMex
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That's stupid as ****. But oh well..
#34 to #31 - disies
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MFW I'm in Venezuela and I get nothing. I graduated and I didn't receive anything, not even a party or a present.
User avatar #68 to #34 - reginleif
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USfag I'm not going to get one either and I'm the first person in my family to get a degree. I do agree with their argument though, 4 years of college isn't anything that special.
#73 to #68 - disies
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MFW reading your comment. I could tell your family that you're ******* special, man. In my country it is actually getting to be a rare thing to have a degree/Relevant proffesion.   
   
 Just metaphoric.
MFW reading your comment. I could tell your family that you're ******* special, man. In my country it is actually getting to be a rare thing to have a degree/Relevant proffesion.

Just metaphoric.
User avatar #78 to #73 - reginleif
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I don't know how the system is in Venezuela in comparison to the US or say Mexico..... but here 4 year degrees have at least 2 years in general studies. I was studying philosophy, ethics, English and Music before I was even allowed to touch on my upper division coursework. Mexico, and India apparently do the opposite, they have specialization to the extreme.

I'm not the only one who holds this opinion btw. Degree inflation is a thing here.
User avatar #136 to #78 - disies
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Here is the same, maybe 2 or 3 years of general education (depends on the career) and then extreme specialization.
User avatar #147 to #34 - checkedem
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Venezuelan here aswell, chavez te ama! studying French and English, got a job on the sales business, not too fancy but pays for college and some other stuff, still living with parents, not a ******* chance to move because its too ******* expensive.
User avatar #260 to #147 - disies
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Swell with inflation, corruption and people leaving the country.
User avatar #261 to #260 - checkedem
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indeed compatriota, indeed
#35 to #34 - anon id: 04f125c2
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i live in the US and i am in the same situation as you
#36 to #35 - disies
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#42 to #31 - anon id: b5ca7189
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I hate you
#49 to #42 - teckemeier
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But we've only just met
But we've only just met
#37 to #31 - anon id: 663446b4
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It's the same in Sweden, OP just didn't mention that those 187 dollars a month are if you still live with your parents and are above 18 years old - about the same as in Denmark.

Sweden don't got the frosen poop man though.

User avatar #256 to #37 - fluttermon
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only that in denmark 220 dollars is like the bare minimum you can get while living at home
User avatar #45 to #37 - teckemeier
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The frozen poop man?
#83 to #45 - tjilaz
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Peter Freuchen, the man in the last fact was Danish
User avatar #85 to #83 - teckemeier
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Oh. Cool.
User avatar #187 to #31 - praisecthulhu
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And none of that goes as a loan?
User avatar #190 to #187 - teckemeier
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None whatsoever
User avatar #41 to #31 - aSARendarsFJWINWIN
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I live in America. I am currently 2,800 dollars in debt and I've only been going to school for a week. GOML.
User avatar #48 to #41 - teckemeier
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That's a thing I never really understood about "The American Dream". Sure you're responsible for your own happiness but shouldn't the government encourage young people to go to school rather than scare them away?
User avatar #50 to #48 - aSARendarsFJWINWIN
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They give us grants, but you also have to take out loans. Without the grants I would have like 6k in debt.
#51 to #50 - teckemeier
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Your profile picture is starting to make a lot of sense
User avatar #52 to #51 - aSARendarsFJWINWIN
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Yeah, it's upsetting.
User avatar #54 to #52 - teckemeier
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I can't even imagine what it must be like. I'm having a hard time already making this money cover everything because I'm irresponsible and haven't got my priorities straight like paying rent and food. Do you have an income at all?
User avatar #56 to #54 - aSARendarsFJWINWIN
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I'm in between jobs right now, I was roofing but that season is coming to an end. And besides, it wasn't really a steady income anyways. The job market in my town is rough, especially for someone with as little experience as me.
User avatar #57 to #56 - teckemeier
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Is that the whole "You can't get work without eperience, you can't get experience without work"-cycle? Now I feel like **** because every other place in town is hiring and I'm too damned lazy to go out and apply
User avatar #59 to #57 - aSARendarsFJWINWIN
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Yeah, kinda, haha. I'm a high school grad now, so that should help the cause. There's a lot of fast food in the are, and they don't pay ****, and anything that does is never hiring. I'm just lucky my mother is letting me stay at home until I can get on my feet.
User avatar #62 to #59 - teckemeier
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It's a good thing that parents are always there. Just out of curiousity; how old do you have to be before you can get your first job in USA?
User avatar #64 to #62 - aSARendarsFJWINWIN
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I am 18, in my state 14 with a work permit and 16 just normally.
User avatar #79 to #64 - teckemeier
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Alright so the difference isn't that big again. Here you can work from you're 13, which is when I got my first job as a paperboy and since then I've been working more or less constantly. All over the place as well. I've been a dustman, a swimming instructor, dishwasher, assistant in a kindergarten, cashier, you name it. Point is that so have almost all of my friends but it doesn't sound like that's the situation you find yourself in?
User avatar #89 to #79 - aSARendarsFJWINWIN
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Nope, I've done work, not full time by any means but i've worked in auto repair shops, mowed cemeteries and like I said, done roofing, but no steady full time job.
#143 to #57 - hazelnutqt
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DANISH PERSON ALSO REPORTING IN
I heard there is a town in our country with excess jobs, show me the way and I will be there within the hour!
User avatar #166 to #143 - teckemeier
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Aabenraa
#167 to #166 - hazelnutqt
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omw ***** can you put me up for a night?
User avatar #169 to #167 - teckemeier
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Sure just give me an ETA so I can clean up beforehand
#172 to #169 - hazelnutqt
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ayy nps I live like a swine anyways
User avatar #103 to #57 - ICEDgrunge
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I implore you, mate. Do not let that opportunity slide out from under your fingers.
User avatar #265 to #48 - ronyx
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They actually drill into your head while you are in high school that if you don't go to college you'll never land your dream job and basically your life will be ****. You will have a **** job and will make **** money, the result is almost 1 trillion of dollars owed in loans. To make things worse, the interest rate is pretty high and student loans can't go away with bankruptcy.
#43 to #41 - bujo
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Hang in there man..its gonna be all right
User avatar #44 to #43 - aSARendarsFJWINWIN
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One can hope,
#149 to #41 - ghonza
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Men that its ******* hard, i can't imagine my life with a 2800 dolars debt
User avatar #180 to #149 - aSARendarsFJWINWIN
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I don't have to pay it for a long time, so it's not pressing, but it is looming.
#10 - nancyboy
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To be fair when something's completely frozen that acts as an anesthetic.
User avatar #74 to #10 - ltbuttstrong
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Sure his toes were frozen but he was breaking the frozen bits off his unfrozen, non-anaesthetised feet
#257 to #74 - nancyboy
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True but he did it with a hammer which implies that it was just the frozen bits shattering off rather than him sawing through unfrozen bits. Also if his toes were frozen the rest of his feet were probably pretty damn cold and it doesn't take that much to add some relief from the pain.
#53 - anon id: d85ba6ab
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Olivia Wilde's career and figure would have taken a far different turn if she kept up competitive eating.
#82 to #53 - anon id: d85ba6ab
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Holy ****, is that a morph? I hope so...

I'd still hit it, she's banging...
#196 to #82 - headhunternl
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Original pic
#179 to #53 - anon id: d85ba6ab
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User avatar #55 to #53 - methylgroup
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Would you say it would have changed... wilde-ly?
User avatar #71 to #55 - juter
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No.
#81 - chasboh
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This one is false. I see that **** all the time and I live in Canada.
#88 to #81 - anon id: f1bd314c
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And Australia
User avatar #90 to #81 - madmanransom
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I was fixing to say. How do all the insomniacs learn about Lunesta?
#110 to #81 - wetharmonica
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#118 to #81 - anon id: 44d7e9a7
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What are you talking about? Canada is part of the US
User avatar #133 to #81 - oehni
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german tv has drug advertisements too, if i remember right
User avatar #171 to #133 - lotengo
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Friendly neigbour the Netherlands reporting.

We have ads for Cough Syrup, a sore throat and paracetamol
I think its the heavy stuff they arent allowed to advertise, like Ritalin
User avatar #206 to #171 - oehni
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i'm not actually german, i live in northern italy
i think german tv is pretty much the same, i think prescription drugs don't get advertised or maybe not that much
User avatar #135 to #81 - rockamekishiko
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70% of tv ads in mexico
User avatar #148 to #81 - mortisvelox
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Probably because you're watching an American channel.

There are advertising laws against it on Canadian channels.
laws-lois.justice.gc.ca/eng/acts/F-27/page-2.html
#192 to #81 - anon id: 1a2cfd1e
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It's illegal to advertise prescription drugs to consumers, OTC drugs are fine
User avatar #202 to #81 - metacobalion
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Pretty sure I see these in Ireland too.
#254 to #81 - anon id: c13b2492
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same here in italy
User avatar #95 to #81 - raidaltamimi
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And saudi arabia
User avatar #153 to #81 - kirkbot
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same here in Switzerland
User avatar #189 to #81 - graboidzero
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France too
#217 to #81 - tjilaz
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pretty sure you don't see commercials for prescription drugs
User avatar #84 to #81 - gurle
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I can second this.
#11 - pwnagraphy
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Heheheheheh

Burn
#105 - ubernal
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the 187$ a month in sweden might not be accurate. i received 535 a month to attend high school in Denmark.

Everyone above 18 who attends high school(most people turn 18 during the first or second year of high school) or university recieved 180-535$ a month depending on their parents income, number of siblings. thats for the people living together with their parents. if you live alone/not with your parents you receive around 1050$ a month.
User avatar #113 to #105 - ubisoft
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Looks like I am going there
User avatar #156 to #105 - adak
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At uni it's around 1300$/month in Sweden. Can't remember what you get in high school, but I think you're confusing high school and högskola anyway. High school is more like the equivalent of our gymnasium, ages 14-18.
User avatar #266 to #105 - gxela
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We could really use that in America.
#128 to #105 - kameli
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Same here in Finland, but its somewher between 80-500 Eur during highshcool.
In university its usually 250+500 eur/month.
#111 to #105 - thesecretbear
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As a poorfag American college student please understand why I hate you right now.
#158 to #111 - crocodilorage
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organize a protest or leave America.
User avatar #259 to #158 - thesecretbear
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Protesting won't solve anything here just because of the ****** up finances surrounding our government, and leaving is financially impossible for as i said "a poorfag american college student".
It's sad, and honestly I wished our government cared more about it's people from a financial standpoint like many European countries do.
#263 to #259 - crocodilorage
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You do realize that complaining on the internet will not solve it.
Actually, only way of solving your problems is going out in the streets.
You can wait as much as you want, but it will happen one day, and then, things will truly be different.
#238 to #111 - anon id: a6b8f261
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If you are a danish student attending college in America, you can still receive money from the government without any required payback when you graduate
#61 - onigirigiri
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Viagra-like drugs for old dudes air all the time when I'm watching tv with the family.
#104 to #61 - friedepidermis
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I feel your pain...
User avatar #33 - ZalgotheImminent
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Vermont mentioned, swell with maple syrup and heroin.
#112 to #33 - hairydawg
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If I were you, I'd be swelling with this stuff.
God, I want to try it so bad. I don't think I'll ever find it down here in Georgia.
#197 to #33 - anon id: f9048c50
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Billboards are illegal in Maine, also. So why aren't we special?