Candy is a double-edged sword.

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8 Responses to Candy is a double-edged sword.

  1. Mike says:

    Stretch that sugar line way out to the right and the little dot above would say ‘size challenged adult’. (or something to effect)

  2. Chaz says:

    Does the energy bestowed by the sugar actually lessen in overweight subjects? Or is it the failure on their part to expend that energy which causes them to fall into “fat kid” territory?

    I think “inertia” or “motivation” would substitute better for “energy” (with “inertia” inverting the labels on the points, of course).

  3. DomPrez says:

    point @ 0,0 = me right now, waiting to go home after a brutal hump day.

  4. GWjunkie says:

    Not true. I’m an average-sized guy, and I only got energy from sugar once in my life from a really really really sugary candy, and all it did was make my leg twitch uncontrollably.
    Then again, maybe I’m a potential fat kid with too high a metabolism to reach that potential.

  5. Bret says:

    fat kids, skinny kids, kids that climb on rocks,…

  6. Armour Hotdogs says:

    tough kids, sissy kids, even kids with chickenpox

  7. Proves that life is not fair…

  8. Rafi says:

    love hot dogs, armour hot dogs