Don't eat at McDonalds
Posted by tim in I Feel Sick on April 22, 2005

Dad and I grabbed some food from the $0.99 menu at McDonalds for lunch yesterday. At about 6:00, it hit me hard.

I felt pretty sick the rest of the night, but around 2:00am, I felt like it was just a matter of seconds before I'd be throwing up. I ended up staying awake until 3:00, when I had originally planned to hit the sack at 2:00.

This morning when I got up, I felt allright, but really drained of any energy. Now I'm starting to feel queesey again.

Dad said he felt pretty sick last night, too, but Mom was just fine. That narrows it down to yesterday's lunch:

Dad's

  • Fillet-O'-Fish
  • Hamburger

Mine

  • McChicken
  • Cheeseburger

Next time, I'm going to the store and getting REAL food. Screw that fast-food crap. It's unhealthy, expensive, and not really all that tasty.

 
Comments

Quit eating the flesh of other animals.

  • Posted by Dustin (Guest) on April 22, 2005 at 12:54:19PM

I don't think that was their flesh. It must've been their droppings.

  • Posted by tim (Guest) on April 22, 2005 at 02:30:50PM

damn veggies...

  • Posted by macguy (Guest) on April 22, 2005 at 09:54:23PM

"Quit eating the flesh of other animals."

Quit being a sissy.

  • Posted by People Eating Tasty Animals (Guest) on April 23, 2005 at 12:17:52PM

"Quit being a sissy."

If being a sissy means getting a feeling of satisfaction from the death of another living creature, count me in. ;)

  • Posted by Dustin (Guest) on April 23, 2005 at 08:55:21PM

Let me try that again...

If being a sissy means NOT getting a feeling of satisfaction from the death of another living creature, count me in. ;)

  • Posted by Dustin (Guest) on April 23, 2005 at 08:56:03PM

Throws a pitchfork at Dustin

Come on man, this is FARM COUNTRY!!!

  • Posted by tim (Guest) on April 23, 2005 at 09:03:42PM

"If being a sissy means NOT getting a feeling of satisfaction from the death of another living creature, count me in. ;)"

Satisfaction as a result of taking life really isn't my point here. The point is that for as long as there has been life on this planet, animals have been eating other animals in order to survive. This includes humans, as we are animals.

"a living organism characterized by voluntary movement"

There's also this little thing called "balance" and the "circle of life." Sure, let's all stop eating meat and let wildlife manage itself. I mean, heck... I'm sure the cute, cuddly, furry things (that will kill idiots like you when you try and have your photo taken with them) will be MUCH better off with overpopulation and disease running rampant.

Hug a rainbow, dude.

  • Posted by People Eating Tasty Animals (Guest) on April 24, 2005 at 12:21:41AM

Hmm....someones been watching too much of the Lion King.

  • Posted by Matt (Guest) on April 25, 2005 at 07:37:32AM

Get bent, you dick head.

The "circle of life" is a real concept. Though it isn't much in lieu of technical terminology, people respond to it easier than they do "the ecological cycle." Big words such as "ecology" tend to confuse the simple minds of those whom I debate, such as Dustin; even though they aren't all that big.

Honestly, who gives a damn if the phrase was also used in a movie? Should I poke fun at you because there have been movies produced with characters named "Matt?"

  • Posted by People Eating Tasty Animals (Guest) on April 25, 2005 at 03:32:56PM

Did these films you speak of have Elton John singing the theme tune?

  • Posted by Matt (Guest) on April 26, 2005 at 10:38:08AM

Oh, how original! First, you make a comment about the "Lion King," and now that I've responded, you're still resorting to the same "attack" because you're too much of a retarded faggot to comprehend anything I've said or to make an intelligent response.

Use Google and look up the ecological cycle. It exists, and it's been being called the "circle of life" long before any fucking Disney movie used the term. Pull your head out of your ass and you may find that you're intelligent enough to have a mature conversation. But then again, I doubt it.

  • Posted by People Eating Tasty Animals (Guest) on April 26, 2005 at 04:16:58PM

Okay okay... Now it's not a matter of whether it's right to eat meat or not, it's about where that statement came from first.

Matt, P.E.T.A., go cook a porterhouse and chill.

  • Posted by tim (Guest) on April 26, 2005 at 04:19:39PM

Since Dustin appears to have dropped out of the conversation, it's no longer about eating meat, nor is it about the origin of the phrase.

Rather, it's about that fool Matt disregarding the valid points made in my posts and deciding to attack me on such childish grounds as whether or not a phrase I used can be found in a Disney movie.

Oh my God! The Lion King used "circle of life," too, so that means that the factual points that I made are null and void.

"Did these films you speak of have Elton John singing the theme tune?"

Using your rationale, none of Elton John's "tunes" exist. Why? Because! They have been used in movies. The name "Matt" doesn't exist, either. Neither does this blog, because the Internet has appeared in quite a number of movies. Stop trying to live in a movie, movie whore!

  • Posted by People Eating Tasty Animals (Guest) on April 26, 2005 at 06:14:50PM

Dont have a cow man. My Mama always said, 'Life was like a box of chocolates; you never know what you're gonna get'.

Seriously dude, hit "Disconnect" on that AOL browser of yours, log off the various teenage chat rooms you frequent and get a life.....seriously.

If you cant take one sarcastic comment, you must either be a) American b) Up your own ass.

Does P.E.T.A stand for some sort of parent teacher association? ;-p

  • Posted by Matt (Guest) on April 27, 2005 at 05:12:32AM

"...If you cant take one sarcastic comment, you must either be a) American..."

cough damn Brits

  • Posted by Siplus (Guest) on April 27, 2005 at 11:16:19AM

"log off the various teenage chat rooms you frequent and get a life.....seriously."

Riiiight... So it's a given that I don't have a life simply because I'm having an Internet-based conversation? Wouldn't that mean that you don't have a life, either?

Oh, and about those teenage chat rooms: Do I talk lyk dis 2 u? No, I didn't think so.

"If you cant take one sarcastic comment"

Oh, no. I can "take" the sarcastic comment fine. What pissed me off was the fact that you had to keep throwing them into what would have been a serious discussion. Why don't you contribute to it instead of using it to relieve your boredom?

"a) American"

What a wonderful conversational piece. It's my self that can't handle things, huh? Americans have, one way or another, the ability to get under your skin, and for this you stereotype them. Every one knows that smart people stereotype!

I'll play along, though. You're British, so that makes you a whining, faggot-loving, liberal pacifist.

Limey cock sucker.

  • Posted by People Eating Tasty Animals (Guest) on April 27, 2005 at 01:45:55PM

Haha what a gay debate. You guys remind me of them spastic kids who lick windows.

  • Posted by Me (Guest) on April 27, 2005 at 05:05:37PM

"What pissed me off was the fact that >you had to keep throwing them into what >would have been a serious discussion. >Why don't you contribute to it instead >of using it to relieve your boredom?"

Since when did this turn into a discussion? It seems to me as if you were trying to force your views on everyone else. Dustin sure as hell hasnt replied to your "intuitive" comments.

"What a wonderful conversational piece. >It's my self that can't handle things, >huh? Americans have, one way or >another, the ability to get under your >skin, and for this you stereotype them. >Every one knows that smart people >stereotype!"

You havent got under my skin, far from it. I take great enjoyment in watching you craft well worded, really thought out replies. BTW im only 14 so dont start using too many big words.

  • Posted by Matt (Guest) on April 28, 2005 at 06:41:54AM

i think PETA needs to get the soup bone out of his ass

  • Posted by macguy (Guest) on April 28, 2005 at 07:37:16AM

You dont like me do you Joshua? :)

  • Posted by Matt (Guest) on April 28, 2005 at 07:47:11AM

Since when did this turn into a discussion?

Well, you've got me on that one. It wasn't a discussion. It was a flame war from the beginning. BUT, it was enjoyable before you jumped into it.

It seems to me as if you were trying to force your views on everyone else.

Dustin: Quit eating the flesh of other animals.

I was just returning the favor, dumb fuck.

You havent got under my skin, far from it.

You took my comment out of context. If Americans don't get under your skin just by being Americans, what's the point in stereotyping them? That's what I was getting at. If you didn't have the IQ of a brick, you would have realized this.

I take great enjoyment in watching you craft well worded, really thought out replies.

Despite the stupidity of the situation, I don't think either of would be here if we weren't enjoying it. You enjoy being an idiot, and I enjoy hating you.

You dont like me do you Joshua? :)

Wow, you actually figured out who it was! I'm impressed. Did it take you long enough? But no, I'm not particualarly fond of you.

  • Posted by Josh (Guest) on April 28, 2005 at 02:32:38PM

Yes, I know. I just contradicted myself by saying that this wasn't enjoyable and then turning around and saying that neither of us would be here if that was so.

So, despite that, let me start over and get back to my main point: I hate you. Not Britons. YOU.

  • Posted by Josh (Guest) on April 28, 2005 at 02:35:36PM

I hate to be a wet blanket, but the next punch thrown will result in this entire thing being banished to the land of "WHERE blog_enabled = 'n'".

  • Posted by tim (Guest) on April 28, 2005 at 06:06:24PM

What about below-the-belt kicks? Can we kick each other?

  • Posted by Josh (Guest) on April 28, 2005 at 06:34:33PM

No.

  • Posted by tim (Guest) on April 28, 2005 at 06:35:08PM

Wet blanket.

  • Posted by Josh (Guest) on April 28, 2005 at 07:58:07PM

Its been fun, thats for sure.

  • Posted by Matt (Guest) on April 29, 2005 at 03:13:35AM

Damn Tim you wanker. Why end the entertainment. Grrrrr.

  • Posted by Jason (Guest) on May 2, 2005 at 04:34:19PM

over?

  • Posted by nomane (Guest) on May 3, 2005 at 10:48:50AM

ww

  • Posted by nostoneyi (Guest) on May 12, 2005 at 11:39:53AM
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