Eat McD's and staying thin

  1. Eat McD's and staying thin



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  2. I think the Mcdonalds marketing team came up with that. He'll be like the next Jared for Mcdonalds.
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  3. "McJarrod"

  4. Well while the guy might be better off than the average American I am guessing he may not be the healthiest guy on the planet.  Non the less I hope McD's takes advantage of it even if its only due to his genetics and an otherwise healthy life.  I hate it when systems have to take over for peoples own self control, espically considering most authorities are still clueless on whats best.

    Plus I hit them up for a few double burgers from time to time in the offseason and I'd be real pissed if I had to sign a waver(sp) and read a ton of BS on "nutrition" before they can legaly sell me one. 
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  5. HERE'S SOMETHING TO THINK ABOUT.........


    Today, it's a story of a 6'2, 180 pound fairly healthy guy who eats 2 Big Macs and Coke a day. Hence, living proof that you can still be healthy while eating fast food.

    Tomorrow, we'll be reading about all of that "special sauce" clogging his arteries and his ass having a massive heart attack. Maybe Jared from Subway can be his paulbearer.
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  6. Jared's too weak. Looks like he's never touched a weight or done any kind of exercise in his life. Starving yourself with vegetables... boy, he should be proud of how he lost all that weight The interesting thing is, I remember reading about him first in Men's Health a long time ago, then he started appearing in the commercials, and of course Men's Health was never brought up... they were royally pissed.
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