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One CFE reader's view of fatty foods and recreational activities

Posted 21 November, 2007 at 12:11pm by Michael Chu
(Filed under: Cooking For Engineers, Food, Life)

Occasionally, I get inappropriate comments posted to Cooking For Engineers. This is one I found this morning that isn't really inappropriate, but I didn't feel belonged on the site. I rarely remove posts… usually only spam. Actually, now that I think about it, I'm not going to remove it since I've left far more offensive comments (people cussing about my use of canned cream of mushroom soup, etc.) on the site in the interest of promoting open discourse. Anyway, this was posted to the "oh-so-contentious" Oven Baked Chicken and Rice article.

Subject: fat tastes good!
doesnt matter what we eat, it's all about proportions and in moderation.
we all know 'fat' tastes good! ;)

i always make love to my wife after a high fat meal. just be sure you switch position so both of you benefit from burning off the calories, thats right, let her be on top. i recommend that fore-play is used……during fore-plays, our bodies generates heat (a few degrees higher) which effectively burns even more calories! i once calculated that i burned 5000 calories during one session. but i must warn you, every time we experienced an 'orgasm', we lose a brain cell (for those that experienced multiple orgasms, i recommend that you cut your love-making in half). in addition, some of you might contract std if you dont know your partners (so make sure to put protections on those erections)! and finally, losing calories this way can be very unproductive if u dont intend to have children.

anyways, enjoy what u like, but in moderation!

2 comments to One CFE reader's view of fatty foods and recreational activities

Amy, November 22nd, 2007 at 11:41 am:

  • Ha! Wow. Those high fat meals must be pretty *romantic* for him and his wife then. The anticipation!

    By the way, I love your website, I think it's interesting seeing different people's approaches to food these days. I haven't tried that recipe yet, though. Can't wait to make it for my husband! Your lasagna recipe is like his favorite thing in the world. By the way I tell all my friends about your site, and they're all addicted now too. Thank you for making it! :)

Michael Chu, November 24th, 2007 at 11:08 am:

  • Thanks!