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nicobozo

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Date Signed Up:8/13/2012
Last Login:4/19/2015
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Total Comments Made:89
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#49 - Picture 03/26/2015 on Show me your background 0
#37 - Picture 02/15/2015 on Since it is Valentines Day 0
#7 - Happened to me 3 time and lost them like that. Two childhood f… 02/15/2015 on (untitled) +5
#3 - Binding of Isaac 02/09/2015 on AHHHHHHHHHHHHH +1
#3 - I have worst! Did you know that for 4 grams of sugar their is …  [+] (1 new reply) 06/28/2014 on Serving size 0
User avatar #4 - pitifulsoul (06/28/2014) [-]
Whenever the serving sizes are extremely small, you'll see it marked "varies" along with servings per container.

An example of this would be a piece of pure beef fat that I saw at the store. One serving is 100% DV of Fat, 120% DV of Saturated fat.
It was a pretty big wad, so I looked at the serving size and saw "varies", so I automatically assumed it was about 1/10 of the whole thing or something.

No one wants to tell you that if you eat that, you'd be getting over 12 days' worth of saturated fat...

In the content image, that one cookie would be close to 40% DV of fat, and 80% DV of saturated fat. That's in ONE cookie.

That's why you have to be careful when they put it in paragraph form; sometimes it's for space concerns, other times they just don't want you to read it.
#1 - What is wrong? Is It because I'm Canadian that I don't see any…  [+] (3 new replies) 06/28/2014 on Serving size 0
User avatar #2 - iknowimawesome (06/28/2014) [-]
the serving size is 1/4 a cookie..
#3 - nicobozo (06/28/2014) [-]
I have worst! Did you know that for 4 grams of sugar their is exactly 4 grams of sugar and nothing else. sometime the way they want you to see it differently so you don't worry. I already saw a 10 grams of ice cream on a 3 liter (3/4 gallon).

But thanks btw to take time to answer .
User avatar #4 - pitifulsoul (06/28/2014) [-]
Whenever the serving sizes are extremely small, you'll see it marked "varies" along with servings per container.

An example of this would be a piece of pure beef fat that I saw at the store. One serving is 100% DV of Fat, 120% DV of Saturated fat.
It was a pretty big wad, so I looked at the serving size and saw "varies", so I automatically assumed it was about 1/10 of the whole thing or something.

No one wants to tell you that if you eat that, you'd be getting over 12 days' worth of saturated fat...

In the content image, that one cookie would be close to 40% DV of fat, and 80% DV of saturated fat. That's in ONE cookie.

That's why you have to be careful when they put it in paragraph form; sometimes it's for space concerns, other times they just don't want you to read it.
#3 - Didn't happened. I would know I live in Québec. 06/28/2014 on Poor Canada 0
#11 - Where is it? Australia? 06/14/2014 on Spider-man mash up -2
#13 - Same with curling but nobody care for curling 06/14/2014 on I wish my country where there 0
#12 - Don't you worry. we still have winter Olympics hockey gold med…  [+] (2 new replies) 06/14/2014 on I wish my country where there +1
#20 - Ken M (06/14/2014) [-]
The what gold medal?
#13 - nicobozo (06/14/2014) [-]
Same with curling but nobody care for curling
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