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What about actually eating cancer? Surely there is a double standard where eating cancer cancels out receiving cancer from it? On a separate note, try saying "cancer cancels cancer" five times fast

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You never know these days. I read that it's actually good against cancer because of the lycopene which is an antioxidant made more bio-available by the cooking of tomatoes.

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Imagine if she had used all her hair. She would acquire so many burgers then she could open her own second hand mcburger shop and undercut McDonald's prices.

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Due to the fact there is no profile comment system, I just have to say that I LOVE Castle and your profile pic has just made my day. In other words it better have been Heinz. Other ketchup is nasty. (Yes I'm from Pittsburgh)

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My sister is a ketchup addict. She once told me that Mcdonalds makes it's own brand of ketchup. She even showed me how Heinz and Mcdonalds ketchup are two different shades of red.

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Not everything I have is Great Value. My bathroom is full of Equate products. Although, there is one name-brand I buy a lot--Maruchan. Seriously though, I don't compromise on TP, razors, or ranch dressing. Everything else I buy cheap. Why spend more if I don't have to?

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Don't know what Aldis is. When I had better options I shopped at H.E.B., but here it's Wal*Mart or Super Save. Super Save is more expensive and owned by a shady, sexually-harassing dirt-bag. I could drive 23 miles for an Albertson's, but it would still cost way more plus the gas.

Ah, memories. I remember I loved ketchup with my fries at any fast food place. My little self trying to reach for the ketchup packs on the supply table as I called out "Mom-my!, Mom-my! Need condom-mints!" and I'd always get those awkward stares from the teenage staff and customers.

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