i mean idk, but i’m from Europe and sure we do have small plates like that but those are not the common dinner plates!?!
I live in Europe too, and that “European plate” is more like a childs portion than an adults portion…
^^ You know I really appreciate these comments. I’ve always kind of resented how America is portrayed as like always supersizing and huge and fat and gelatinous and a bunch of other countries constantly rag on the US for that and like I don’t think it’s deniable that we indeed have an obesity problem that needs addressing and it’s like rampant and yes we may be excessive in serving sizes and all that but like European countries don’t just always eat crumbs of bread. Like honestly. I’m not saying they’re comparable to America but still :/ idk bruh
Seriously, I don’t think all European grown ups eat with child sized forks and knives. Doesn’t seem logical
I lived in Europe and my main meals were normally the same size (maybe a tiny bit smaller) than the plate for the American Homes. I’m not sure if this is saying that Americans eat too much or Europeans eat like babies but I don’t like it either way.
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I ran along side a 20-something year old woman today and I asked her how long she was going to run for.
Her response: “I ran about 7 miles already. I’m probably going to go for another 13-14. Care to join?”
My reply: “WHAT?! 20 miles?! How can you run for so long?”
And she said: “Well, my legs are already dead tired. But my mind wants to keep going. So really, my mind keeps me running; not my legs.”
Even of you’re “running” 2 mph keep going. The second you stop and walk, you’re done for.
Damn straight. Nothing but the truth.
So so true
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