Tairaa wrote:Current economics make it cheaper to be unhealthy.
This means for lazy people, or people who struggle financially, it is difficult to be fit and not fat.
Even here, it's way more expensive to buy real food and prepare it yourself then it is to go to McDonalds and buy meals for 3 for $16, plus there is no preperation time, it tastes great every time, it's fast, and it has addictive chemicals in it just in case the rest wasn't enough.
Weird. I've never understood why people would just make a "dinner" out of a fast food place.
I agree, seems silly to me. Basically the only time I ever east fast food is, like you said, out with friends and don't have the time to/desire to go home and prepare an actual meal.
But McDonalds makes me feel all heavy and tired after eating it, so I go to other places.. Subway sucks nowadays around here, it's so much bread and so little toppings...
Pizza. I like Pizza. In fact we're having Pizza tonight, but I also consider that supper-able personally.
Yeap, but it is still easier and cheaper. Which I feel is the reason, our cultures promote laziness, and our economics support laziness. Laziness begets fatness, especially in combination with cheap, really fatty, low quality food that tastes amazing and makes you feel a little better each time you have it.
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