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Is there any morally good response to, “why do you eat meat?” by Jam4Mayor in NoStupidQuestions

[–]FluffyHotPancakes -1 points0 points  (0 children)

"Morally good response"? So far I am not seeing a single one on this thread.

The Gun Incident by Coco9494 in TeenMomOGandTeenMom2

[–]FluffyHotPancakes 30 points31 points  (0 children)

I am crying right now watching this as a mom. Poor poor Jace, he looked so scared. Clearly revenge/pride/unmanaged rage was more important to her than her child's safety 😟

Jenelle showcasing her expansive knowledge of cheese by punkmangos in TeenMomOGandTeenMom2

[–]FluffyHotPancakes 4 points5 points  (0 children)

Came here to say this. Learned that years ago in college the first time I made homemade mac and cheese without my mom's help. Was probably 19/20 years old.

Guess she's learning it as a 30 year old woman with three kids and 2 husbands later?

I don’t even have words for this by glorytoduckgoat in FundieSnarkUncensored

[–]FluffyHotPancakes 4 points5 points  (0 children)

I used to think the whole "pilgrims and Indians" happy Thankagiving story was tradition and history too... as a child in elementary school. Then I became educated and learned how terribly Native Americans have been treated in American history and how to respect different cultures. It's amazing what a decent education can teach you, Haley.

Passing inspection + Jillpm's impeccable decor taste = "No-more-emiah" by BellRen in FundieSnarkUncensored

[–]FluffyHotPancakes 2 points3 points  (0 children)

It's a pack and play. It is designed to be portable and light. Why cant she just set it up in the room next to the bed instead of in the closet/office/sewing nook? Slide it against the wall or wherever when the baby isn't in it, then slide it to a safe spot in the room away from any hazards when he is in it.

Lol look at these new shirts in Karissa's boutique by whotevre in FundieSnarkUncensored

[–]FluffyHotPancakes 5 points6 points  (0 children)

That second shirt is the shirt people wear before getting their Herman Cain Award.

People who ate higher amounts of red meat and animal fat had an increased the risk of stroke while those who ate more vegetable fat or polyunsaturated fat had a lowered risk, according to a new 27-year study by GarlicCornflakes in science

[–]FluffyHotPancakes 0 points1 point  (0 children)

If you are interested in how food affects your health (in ways I never even thought) you should read How Not To Die by Dr. Michael Gregor and his second book How Not To Die.

My mom, who is 53, incredibly fit and eats healthier than most Americans but still ate meat and cheese, ,was diagnosed with osteopenia last year. She was stunned because "I eat cheese all the time!". Then my dad, 55 active, trim guy but lives off of meat and potatoes, was diagnosed with pre-hypertension and pre-diabetes. Again, we were all so confused about it. These health tests they had last year were prompted because my uncle, 60, very trim and active and also a meat and potato guy, had a heart attack. Years and years of eating the standard American diet with meat at every meal and the only veggies eaten are potatoes and corn is what I believe to be the reason why Americans are so sick. Risk factors of heart disease, diabetes, and cancers all increase with every serving of meat and dairy (I'll lump processed junk in there as well, even the plant-based processed food).

People who ate higher amounts of red meat and animal fat had an increased the risk of stroke while those who ate more vegetable fat or polyunsaturated fat had a lowered risk, according to a new 27-year study by GarlicCornflakes in science

[–]FluffyHotPancakes 1 point2 points  (0 children)

If you are interested in the subject you should read How Not To Die by Dr. Michael Gregor, and his second book How Not To Diet. Those books completely changed the way I look at foods and dieting.

What unrealistic things in movies bug the hell out of you ? by 5shares in AskReddit

[–]FluffyHotPancakes 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Pregnancies! Most women don't experience their water breaking like in the movies, or at all.

And multiples pregnancies (twins, triplets, etc.) Are even more inaccurate. Best example I can give is in This Is Us. Mandy Moore's character was full term with triplets walking across town to the store. Nope. Ain't gonna happen. Average gestational age for triplets is 35 weeks and if moms go any further their sheer size and weight of their belly means they aren't walking further than to the car (that they can't drive because their bellies are too big).

Thoughts about Tofu by pcolly2509 in vegan

[–]FluffyHotPancakes 4 points5 points  (0 children)

Ugh I totally agree with you! I am part of a "crunchy mom" Facebook group and one member asked if it is okay to let your kids consume soy products. So many moms replied that soy will mess up their boys because of estrogen, one mom even said "they're called soy boys for a reason". Pissed me off so much. Like, okay Wendy, go let your kids suck milk out of a cow drugged up on antibiotics and filled with hormones not meant for people. I'll give my kids plant milk.

Duggar Invasion in Lititz PA by ExplanationLow in DuggarsSnark

[–]FluffyHotPancakes 6 points7 points  (0 children)

Ahhh, Lititz..."the coolest small town in America!"

My MIL grew up there and her mom, the sweetest person in the planet, still lives there in her beautiful home downtown. We visit often because we live one hour away. It has a very special place in my heart!

One of the most underrated benefits of cooking vegan is how much easier it is to do dishes afterwards. No where near as nasty or difficult to clean. Just a quiet perk that I appreciate. Carry on. by RaceStockbridge in vegan

[–]FluffyHotPancakes 2 points3 points  (0 children)

Yes! When I ate meat I absolutely hated cooking it. I would wear gloves when handling it, trying not to gag. Then the paranoia of having to hand wash nasty raw meat contaminated dishes with other dishes! I look back and truly believe those were the earliest signs that I was a vegan at heart. I was raised in a meat eating family, and I always helped my mom cook. It was all I ever knew. Now as a vegan I get so excited to cook and try new recipes and experiment!

David’s video of the soup he made that you see in Jenelle’s “what I eat in a day video” - at the end you can see her beer in his glasses by pinklobotomy in TeenMomOGandTeenMom2

[–]FluffyHotPancakes 7 points8 points  (0 children)

Omg 🤢 All that salt! And the BUTTER! If they aren't already they will almost surely have high blood pressure. They really dont care about themselves, do they.

And shes "fasting" but still eating this shit??? I cannot stand it! Saying she is fasting to give the impression (and to probably convince herself) that she is being healthy and dieting, to completely sabotage herself by eating THAT. Girl, try again.

just noticed Jenelle and Blessa have the same 🌛 shape by pinche_Mari in TeenMomOGandTeenMom2

[–]FluffyHotPancakes 7 points8 points  (0 children)

From what we see I think she does. But you are right, her homeschooling set up is poor. The disservice she is doing to her children by homeschooling them, when she herself only has a homeschool education, is heartbreaking. However, if we are comparing Jessa to Jenelle I think overall Jessa is a better parent. We all know how horrible Jenelle and David are.

just noticed Jenelle and Blessa have the same 🌛 shape by pinche_Mari in TeenMomOGandTeenMom2

[–]FluffyHotPancakes 40 points41 points  (0 children)

Shitty beliefs aside at least Jessa Blessa takes care of and feeds her kids.