Americans -- How accurate is this map for your state? If not, what should your state meat be? http://www.slate.com/articles/life/food/2014/03/united_steaks_of_america_map_if_each_state_could_have_only_one_meat_what.html (more)
15 Signs You Might Be Following The Paleo/Primal Diet Thoughts? Let's discuss!
I think it's time we used QuickMeme to make some paleo memes. More funny if you know the meme as well. Memes used include Good Guy Greg, Success Kid, Bad Luck Brian, Futurama Fry, First World Problems, The Most Interesting Man In the World, Fight... (more)
I just saw this on the Web and cracked up. "Whenever you see the words "FAT-FREE" or "LOW-FAT" think of the words "CHEMICAL SHIT STORM." What's your favorite paleo-related bumper sticker or snarky statement fit for a bumper sticker? (more)
I couldn't bear to eat another egg or piece of salmon, so I ate some instant ramen, and I immediately noticed my sinuses clearing, my hair getting curlier, my nails getting sharper and my sex drive increasing. Who knew instant ramen was paleo? (more)
Ok gang, Impress me with your gluten free creativity and let's have a haiku competition. The winner gets Kamal Patels voice on their home answering machine. Again in case you forgot the haiku class in emelentary school, they go like... (more)
Exact duplicate: http://paleohacks.com/questions/88128/can-we-make-a-sht-paleo-people-say-youtube-video/88160#88160 I know this meme has all but run it's course, but I thought this could be a funny thread. What are you quintessential "sh*t... (more)
We all hear the thoughtless comments people make regurgitating crap that lets them do whatever they like. I mean comments like "Everything in moderation!" I want to hear your best smarmy flippant or humorous retorts to poke back with. Post a... (more)
http://thefinaledition.com/article/from-pharma-to-table-the-mcdonalds-pfizer-merger.html I got a laugh and thought I'd share. It's written by John Fugelsang. Oh, wait this is supposed to be in the form of a question, isn't it? Um, how about IS... (more)
I took this article about how you shouldn't feed bread to ducks and replaced the word 'human'. It strangely works. "The Truth about What do humans Eat? When asked, “What do humans eat?”, many people’s first answer is “bread.” That’s because... (more)
Eh, this is just for fun (hopefully it doesn't break the rules by deviating too much ... if it does go ahead and close the thread). Meat to the extreme? by Epic Meal Time Bippity Bobbity Bacon! by Jim Gaffigan So ... they don't really say... (more)
Here are a few of mine :): -Anybody ever tell you that you look a lot like Denise Minger? -Listen. I don't like to talk bad about anybody behind their back, but you don't want to get with that dude. He's not your type. He eats... (more)
Not really Paleo, but I want to learn to fly! There is a place that will start aerial silks classes soon and I sooo want to learn My other goals are to get my ref quals passed.
... you find yourself sitting at your desk eating meat (ham) with your bare hands! Hey. It was easier than trying to find a fork. Anyone else have a moment that just made them laugh?
I feel amused whenever I see that idiom. So here you go - whats the greatest thing since sliced bread? ;) [I know Paleo diet is a good answer, but post something else!]
I must chime in and agree with the "sliced (pastured) bacon" chorus. This morning my 16-year-old told me he felt the USDA should rework the Food Pyramid, making the base exclusively bacon. I have no problem with that.
So I was at the Doctor today (cardiologist) who was investigating why my heart rate was 35. After a long talk and some tests, he said I was just in good shape. Before sending me on my merry way, he said almost script-like "Keep exercising, and eat... (more)
You know what I'm saying, right? I propose we paleos are inhabiting somewhat of an echo chamber, though I appreciate the devil's advocacy proffered recently (veg vs. paleo thread). Along with echo chambers come silly new vocabulary words like... (more)
Huge Bias Warning: I created the NeoLethal tag on PaleoHacks on June 8th in my question http://paleohacks.com/questions/5835/cringeworthy-foods-adapting-to-new-drives and I might be the originator of this use of this pre-existing word. So, I'll... (more)
Humor is often a good way to get a point across. For instance, here's how Lewis Black gets his points across about milk and water: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tXS5GBuk-GQ Humor also has its own way of being persuasive by rendering ridicule... (more)
I was in Whole Food last night looking over some lovely chicken thighs. Next to me was an old crone, picking through the sad, denuded, flavorless chicken breasts. Glancing toward me, she espied my poultry choice and, lifting a bony finger she... (more)
I just went to Netflix and noticed "Fat Head" is no longer available. I rented it just last month. Anyone know what happened? Thanks. (Resisting jumping to any conspiracy conclusions. Barely...)
So the big rage nowadays is clothing that blocks UV rays. What I'd like is the opposite -- clothing (shirts in particular) specifically designed to allow UV rays through. Anyone heard of anything like this?
Without the internet, and with only his extended family around to converse with, how did Grok self-obsess? I'm thinking his extended family would have little patience for his idle hypothesizing and ruminating over esoteric minutia - elders would... (more)
I'm not quite sure. But I can almost 100% guarantee that Grok didn't do dairy. Maybe.