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    Who do you love more? edders or chips?
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    (Original post by McCain)
    Who do you love more? edders or chips?
    chips
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    McCain's chips, McDonald's chips or chippy's chips?
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    (Original post by McCain)
    Who do you love more? edders or chips?
    Edders isn't edibble so chips
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    (Original post by McCain)
    Who do you love more? edders or chips?
    edders damnit! he's suave.
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    Edders

    (well someone's got to stick up for him)
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    (Original post by Petrozzi)
    edders damnit! he's suave.
    what contains more fat? edders or chips?
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    Chips from the local Chippy
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    lol nice thread unreg. id have to say i prefer edders, because the novelty of eating chips wore off about a year ago for me. i used to really enjoy them but now theyre just an unhealthy side-serving to me
    give me a nice salad anyday
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    (Original post by McCain)
    Who do you love more? edders or chips?
    edders is so much less fattening....

    lou xxx
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    (Original post by elpaw)
    what contains more fat? edders or chips?
    chips obviously.
    i would (randomly guessing) that oven chips are about 20% fat, the average human body say 5-10% of bodyweight?
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    Refine it, eders or chips from the chippy with cod or a nice big sausage (so to speak) on the first friday of the month.

    I would say the latter.

    Edders - between you and McDonald's chips, you win
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    (Original post by edders)
    chips obviously.
    i would (randomly guessing) that oven chips are about 20% fat, the average human body say 5-10% of bodyweight?
    yes, but we all know you're a sumo wrestler....
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    (Original post by Lord Huntroyde)
    Refine it, eders or chips from the chippy with cod or a nice big sausage (so to speak) on the first friday of the month.

    I would say the latter.

    Edders - between you and McDonald's chips, you win
    are you talking about edder's nice big sausage?
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    (Original post by elpaw)
    yes, but we all know you're a sumo wrestler....
    ..........with chunky legs, who when pushed is likely to roll down the hill.
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    (Original post by elpaw)
    are you talking about edder's nice big sausage?
    Damn it! I can't think of a witty reply!
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    (Original post by elpaw)
    yes, but we all know you're a sumo wrestler....
    I don't know if i could eat edders all in 1 sitting... could we shrink him + make him pocket size perhaps?

    lou xxx
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    (Original post by lou p lou)
    I don't know if i could eat edders all in 1 sitting... could we shrink him + make him pocket size perhaps?

    lou xxx
    You could fry all the body fat out of him and remove the bones. That would make him noticably smaller.
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    (Original post by edders)
    chips obviously.
    i would (randomly guessing) that oven chips are about 20% fat, the average human body say 5-10% of bodyweight?
    but if the chips are cooked in veg oil, then your going to get unsaturated fats, whereas edders will be full of dangerous saturated fats.
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    (Original post by DanMushMan)
    but if the chips are cooked in veg oil, then your going to get unsaturated fats, whereas edders will be full of dangerous saturated fats.
    I dont know what all you people are somking, but can I have some?

    btw Edders is a fatty.
 
 
 
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