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By preggo - / Friday 4 December 2009 00:02 / United States
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I wonder what kind of mashed potatoes y'all are eating -_- when my Mom makes mashed potatoes they contain: potatoes, a little bit of milk and a tiny bit of butter. Last time I checked that's way healthier than pretty much most things other people eat on a regular basis...or is eating potatoes considered unhealthy now?!

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I hate to say it, but mashed potatoes are one of the blandest foods out there. Plus they have almost no nutritional value :(

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Oh, this is too funny. #88 you just said to #39 that he/she should learn to read before being a Grammar Nazi, yet you failed to notice that: 1) the first poster used incorrect grammar to tell someone to learn to spell. In other words, being hypocritical. 2) #39 was trying to guide him to the correct way of writing something. He/she knew how to read it (otherwise, he/she wouldn't know how to correct the first poster), therefore he didn't need your help to read it.

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#88 is stupid. The correct grammar would be "Bitch, learn to spell." Comma? Yeah, learn YOUR stuff.

[email protected] misspelling "weight," OP.

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I don't think there are strong enough words to describe just how hard I'm laughing at #14.

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