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Posted 01 Apr 2012 08:02
Hey, what are you doing here?! Didn't I tell you not to read this? Although, all things considered, you can't really consider this blog read, because you've only read two lines.
While you're here, I might as well inform you on what the contents of this blog is. Obviously, It's what would happen anyway, because informing you on the content of this blog is not dissimilar to just writing the blog.
Ok, what to talk about... Hm...
Right. So I was walking through the mall today, and I saw a pair of people fighting over a dress. It looked very expensive, so I started to deliberate on what the compromise could be. You could:
-Rip the dress in half, therefore cutting the cost of the dress in half, so you could afford two half dresses.
-You could each pay for half the price of the dress, then wear it at the same time, so both people have the dress.
-You could not buy a dress, and instead buy 100,000 sandwiches.
-You could donate me the $1,200,000 used to buy it to starving children in africa.
Bear with me, as this brings me to my next point. And that's how to save weight.
The first step is to find out what foods are 'fatty' foods. Cabbage has almost no fat, but it's high in carbohydrates, which is very bad.
One very fatty food is cake. I find if you eat half a cake, it means half the calories, which means you can eat twice the amount of cake!
Bear with me, as this brings me to my next point, and that's entertainment.
Ok, so you're a kid sitting at home, watching The Biggest Loserô, and you're suddenly inspired to become fat, so you get famous.
The truth is, it works. I've been on The Biggest Loser no less than 9000 times, and I've made more than 1336 dollars.
Bear with me, as this brings me to my next point: My point is that this point that brings me to my next point brings me to my next point, while my point is that points can easily bring me to points that bring you to your next point.
Bear with me, as this brings me to my next point.
The end of this blog is important to the message I'm trying to portray to you today.
The point is that pointless blogs can be very entertaining: Cheesecake.
On the plus side, I just made you sit through the crappest blog of the year.
Bear with me as this brings me to my first point.
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