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Cursed Food Memes That May Spoil Your Appetite

It seems like a few months ago, everyone was cranking out beautiful loaves of artisan bread with sourdough starter named Bread Pitt or Emilio Yeastevez. Not gonna lie, I experimented with a little fermentation myself. I don't know about you, but my culinary masterpieces are starting to look more like takeout someone threw out of their car window. Yup, now it's all about microwaved shredded cheese and potato chips. If you're like us and you're trying to feel better about eating cereal for dinner every night, these are the memes for you. 

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Flamin' Hot Cheetos-Covered Turkey Gets Fire Roasted By Extra Spicy Twitter Comments

There are FAR BETTER ways to spice up this Thanksgiving, than by digging deep into the fiery inferno of a Flamin' Hot Cheetos bag to decorate your turkey with (see here for further troubling details). Bring some extra damn booze to the table, or actually talk politics for a hot second. Your body won't appreciate this turkey, nor will the rest of the unfortunate family/guests at the table. 

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This Burger Robot Makes Better Burgers Than You Do

A restaurant in San Francisco has changed the face of fast food: instead of employing cooks to flip burgers, they invented a robot. It slices the vegetables, grates the cheese, grills the meat and arranges your burger for you before your eyes. The future of fast food is here, and it looks tasty as heck. 

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The good folks over at the New York Times wanted to show how "the nation's largest restaurant chains have made a big deal in recent years about introducing smaller portion sizes," but they have continued to make their dishes so rich they contain "a full day's worth of calories."




So they made a story showing what rought 2,000 calories looks like from some large restaurant chains, noting that "depending on age and gender, most adults should eat between 1,600 and 2,400 calories a day."



Are you guilty of eating a full day's calories in one sitting? What do you think of how little some of these dishes are for packing in so many calories? Let us know in the comments what you're thinking.

I, for one, forgot how delicious milk shakes are and may have to add that to my next meal out. Wrong lesson here?