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K.I.L.E.R
27-Sep-2005, 13:11
I've eaten an entire onion raw with 5 eggs.
What will it do to me?

rabidrabbit
27-Sep-2005, 13:12
make you fart.

Other than that, onions are very healthy raw

hmm... eating an entire onion raw. What's so odd about that? I can eat one without noting for example on top of a bread slices, with cheese, cutlery etc..

Oh, it's the 5 eggs! Fart harder and smell worse!

Really, you should know these without asking :)

Cartoon Corpse
27-Sep-2005, 15:05
i eat quartered onions as a side with pinto beans and corn bread. either that or spring onions (you know with the tail).

PenguinJim
27-Sep-2005, 15:05
5 raw eggs?

London-boy
27-Sep-2005, 15:07
For you, no. For the people around you, yes. Very bad.

K.I.L.E.R
27-Sep-2005, 15:21
For you, no. For the people around you, yes. Very bad.

I live in my room and I've got a week off from school.

BTW I don't fart.

London-boy
27-Sep-2005, 15:24
I live in my room and I've got a week off from school.

BTW I don't fart.

Everyone farts. The issue is when do you fart. And why.

K.I.L.E.R
27-Sep-2005, 15:26
Everyone farts. The issue is when do you fart. And why.

Haven't farted from the eggs or onion I meant.

The only time I fart is when I open my mouth.

London-boy
27-Sep-2005, 15:42
Haven't farted from the eggs or onion I meant.

The only time I fart is when I open my mouth.

Might be some tangled nerves. Everytime you open your mouth, you activate a nerve that also opens your other mouth.

K.I.L.E.R
27-Sep-2005, 16:29
I crap, fart and talk from the same mouth. :lol:


Might be some tangled nerves. Everytime you open your mouth, you activate a nerve that also opens your other mouth.

ShootMyMonkey
27-Sep-2005, 16:54
5 raw eggs?
If it was 5 *raw* eggs, there may be some cause for concern, what with salmonella and all. You'd then learn the joy that is counting the number of tiles covering your bathroom floor and walls... for the 8th time... in one sitting.

Cooked or even raw pasteurized eggs wouldn't be as much of an issue, though.

London-boy
27-Sep-2005, 16:55
I crap, fart and talk from the same mouth. :lol:


mmm nice image.... :???: :shock:

PenguinJim
27-Sep-2005, 17:08
mmm nice image.... :???: :shock:
Let's just hope the mouth belongs to him! ;)

BlueTsunami
27-Sep-2005, 18:54
Crap from your mouth?...reminds me of a wonderful South Park episode that makes me gag....

Acert93
27-Sep-2005, 19:09
I crap, fart and talk from the same mouth. :lol: This comment really puts your posts into perspective.

;)

rashly
28-Sep-2005, 14:59
If it was 5 *raw* eggs, there may be some cause for concern, what with salmonella and all. You'd then learn the joy that is counting the number of tiles covering your bathroom floor and walls... for the 8th time... in one sitting.

Cooked or even raw pasteurized eggs wouldn't be as much of an issue, though.
You have a 1 in 30,000 chance of getting an egg with salmonella. I used to drink about 12 raw egg whites every day (mainly due to being too lazy to cook them) and I got salmonella once. It wasn't as bad as most people made it out to be. I was just in the bathroom all night and was feeling better the next day. Just be sure not to use discolored or cracked eggs. Also, make sure the whites are not too cloudy or runny. If you do that, you should be able to go years without getting it, and when you do get it, it will most likely be a mild case.

Eggs lose nutritional value when you cook them, but if you have the time, I reccommend not eating them raw.

RussSchultz
28-Sep-2005, 15:22
Might be some tangled nerves. Everytime you open your mouth, you activate a nerve that also opens your other mouth.
Ummm....eeerrrr.

That may be the way YOU operate. Most of us aren't quite conditioned like that.

/images of l-b double dogging it, dancing through the head

London-boy
28-Sep-2005, 15:26
Ummm....eeerrrr.

That may be the way YOU operate. Most of us aren't quite conditioned like that.

/images of l-b double dogging it, dancing through the head

I don't operate. I haven't operated in more than a month.

BlueTsunami
28-Sep-2005, 15:27
You have a 1 in 30,000 chance of getting an egg with salmonella. I used to drink about 12 raw egg whites every day (mainly due to being too lazy to cook them) and I got salmonella once. It wasn't as bad as most people made it out to be. I was just in the bathroom all night and was feeling better the next day. Just be sure not to use discolored or cracked eggs. Also, make sure the whites are not too cloudy or runny. If you do that, you should be able to go years without getting it, and when you do get it, it will most likely be a mild case.

Eggs lose nutritional value when you cook them, but if you have the time, I reccommend not eating them raw.

Hey. If Rocky can do it then anyone can! I remember my father telling me stories of him eating raw eggs and milkshakes as a teenager (he was skinny then and got bulky and pumped up). Though..the way he would tell it...it sounded like a war story or something. Like a point in his life he doesn't wish to relive. He eats hardboiled eggs every morning though. Its a good kick start to a day.