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Kill demons. Behead demons. Roundhouse kick a demon into the concrete. Slam dunk a demon baby into the trashcan. Crucify filthy blacks. Defecate in a demons food. Launch demons into the sun. Stir fry demons in a wok. Toss demons into active volcanoes. Urinate into a demons gas tank. Judo throw demons into a wood chipper. Twist demons heads off. Report demons to the IRS. Karate chop demons in half. Curb stomp pregnant black demons. Trap demons in quicksand. Crush demons in the trash compactor. Liquefy demons in a vat of acid. Eat demons. Dissect demons. Exterminate demons in the gas chamber. Stomp demon skulls with steel toed boots. Cremate demons in the oven. Lobotomize demons. Mandatory abortions for demons. Grind demon fetuses in the garbage disposal. Drown demons in fried chicken grease. Vaporize demons with a ray gun. Kick old demons down the stairs. Feed demons to alligators. Slice demons with a katana.
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Some examples:
> rømmegrøt: sour cream porridge served with a knob of butter in the center, cinnamon and sugar, and often cured meats
> risgrøt: rice and milk porridge served with a knob of butter in the center, cinnamon and sugar, and often cured meats
> pannekaker: similar to french crepes, but a little different. I usually just add sugar and roll them up, and often eat with bacon or some other salty meats, cured meats etc
> kjøttkaker i brun saus: basically the same as swedish meatballs just bigger, served like swedish meatballs, usually mashed or boiled potatoes, peas and lingonberry jam. Quite close to salisbury steak
> fiskesuppe: norwegian fish soup, usually has salmon, cod, shrimp and or mussles, served in a creamy savoury sauce, quite similar to chowder in the US
> laks med sandefjordsmør: salmon with a norwegian sauce called sandefjordsmør, its is a buttery parsely sauce, similar to hollandaise or bernaise, but a bit different, goes incredibly well with salmon.
> reinsdyrskav gryte: reindeer stew, thinly sliced reindeer meat in a brown stew with mushrooms and often served with lingonberries, quite similar to stroganoff or other hunter stews just with reindeer. We often add brown cheese as well to the stew, it melts into the sauce completely and gives it a richer flavor in a unique way
> vaffler med brunost: norwegians waffles are thinner than american and belgian waffles, often served with norwegian brown cheese, jam, and or sour cream
> ribbe: just a big pork belly roasted in the oven with crispy skin, served on christmas among other things
> pinnekjøtt: salted and cured lamb ribs that are then steamed, usually served on christmas as well
> loff og reker: fresh peeled shrimp served on a very white fine slice of bread with mayonaise, lemon and dill
> gravlaks: raw salmon marinated in sugar, salt and dill

I think all of these dishes would be palatable and fine for most people in the world, there is nothing absurd like lutefisk or boiled sheepshead.
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= User =
Is Finland for breakfast?

= ChatGPT =
It seems like there might be a typo or misunderstanding in your question. Did you mean to ask about breakfast options or traditional breakfast foods in Finland? Let me know so I can provide the best information for you.

= User =
You are the representative for Finland at an international dietary organization.  The vote is whether to officially recommend eating a nutritious breakfast.

= ChatGPT =
In the role of a representative for Finland at an international dietary organization, advocating for the official recommendation of eating a nutritious breakfast aligns well with the general values of health and wellness that are prominent in Finnish culture.

Finland values a healthy lifestyle and diet. Traditional Finnish breakfasts are often balanced and nutritious, typically including foods like rye bread, oatmeal, dairy products like yogurt or cheese, and a variety of fruits and berries. These foods provide a good balance of carbohydrates, protein, and essential vitamins and minerals, which is in line with the principles of a nutritious breakfast.

The Finnish approach to health also emphasizes the importance of starting the day with a good meal to support physical and cognitive functions. This is especially important in a country known for its educational excellence and high levels of physical activity.

Therefore, as a representative of Finland, I would support the recommendation of eating a nutritious breakfast. This stance not only reflects the dietary habits and health values of Finland but also aligns with global nutritional guidelines that recognize the importance of a balanced breakfast for maintaining overall health and well-being.
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Nope, it's very hard for a Peruvian to legally visit the US.  But meanwhile, Biden is letting thousands of illegals get past the porous southern border and even working against Abbott's efforts to stop them.  And the new bill in Congress looks like it will do jack shit to address the border crisis.
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Why do you think that Australian aboriginals failed to domesticate the dingo?  I've heard that they have an average IQ even lower than that of sub-Saharan Africans.
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I know if I went there you and Sp*c will make tranny jokes. "Hurr Aussie is shagging/getting shagged by trannies". I've done little research into a Thailand trip, though, but it's not off the list of countries I'd visit. However, if I were to travel overseas again it'd probably be Singapore and Malaysia, Borneo as a whole would be nice to visit so that also includes Indonesia.
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If I got a Malay gf then she'd either have to already be here or willing to move here, ideally become Christian or at least not Muslim as well.
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Malay food is delicious. Malaysian food also has a lot of Chinese influence, and unlike modern Chyna, they're not soulless Chicoms.
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They're different languages and cultures. Cantonese is a southern Chinese language, a lot of Cantonese speakers as well as other southern Chinese people moved into what is today modern Malaysia, Singapore and Indonesia.
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 User 
Is Finland for breakfast?

 ChatGPT 
It seems like there might be a typo or misunderstanding in your question. Did you mean to ask about breakfast options or traditional breakfast foods in Finland? Let me know so I can provide the best information for you.

 User 
You are the representative for Finland at an international dietary organization. The vote is whether to officially recommend eating a nutritious breakfast.

 ChatGPT 
In the role of a representative for Finland at an international dietary organization, advocating for the official recommendation of eating a nutritious breakfast aligns well with the general values of health and wellness that are prominent in Finnish culture.

Finland values a healthy lifestyle and diet. Traditional Finnish breakfasts are often balanced and nutritious, typically including foods like rye bread, oatmeal, dairy products like yogurt or cheese, and a variety of fruits and berries. These foods provide a good balance of carbohydrates, protein, and essential vitamins and minerals, which is in line with the principles of a nutritious breakfast.

The Finnish approach to health also emphasizes the importance of starting the day with a good meal to support physical and cognitive functions. This is especially important in a country known for its educational excellence and high levels of physical activity.

Therefore, as a representative of Finland, I would support the recommendation of eating a nutritious breakfast. This stance not only reflects the dietary habits and health values of Finland but also aligns with global nutritional guidelines that recognize the importance of a balanced breakfast for maintaining overall health and well-being.
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R-Alpha Lipoic Acid (R-ALA) is a naturally occurring compound that's synthesized by the body and can also be found in foods like spinach, broccoli, and potatoes. It serves as a coenzyme in mitochondrial energy production and has several notable effects:

1. Antioxidant Properties: R-ALA is known for its antioxidant effects. It helps to neutralize free radicals in both the aqueous and lipid regions of cells, and it also has the ability to regenerate other antioxidants such as vitamin C, vitamin E, and glutathione.

2. Blood Sugar Regulation: R-ALA has been studied for its potential to help regulate blood sugar levels by improving insulin sensitivity.

3. Neuroprotective Effects: Due to its antioxidant properties, R-ALA may protect nerve cells from damage and is sometimes used in the treatment of peripheral neuropathy.

4. Anti-inflammatory: R-ALA has shown anti-inflammatory effects in some studies, which could be beneficial in reducing the risk of chronic diseases.

5. Weight Loss: Some research suggests that R-ALA may aid in weight loss, possibly by reducing food intake or enhancing energy expenditure.

6. Skin Aging: Topically applied, it may help improve the skin's texture due to its antioxidant effects, potentially reducing wrinkles and roughness.

It's important to note that while these effects are promising, R-ALA supplements should be used cautiously and with the guidance of a healthcare professional, as the body's response can vary and more research is needed to fully understand the effects and appropriate dosages for different health concerns.
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Who is that?

 >>/224337/
 >>/224336/
The phrase "wan wan" is actually how the sound of a dog barking is interpreted and written in Japanese; it's an onomatopoeic expression similar to "woof woof" in English. If Finland or a Finnish character said "wan wan" to a Shiba Inu, it might be in a context where they are either imitating or acknowledging the dog's bark in a culturally specific way, particularly acknowledging the Japanese origin or breed of the dog, since Shiba Inu is a Japanese breed. This could be in a playful, affectionate, or communicative manner, as if trying to "speak" in the dog's "language" or simply acknowledging the dog in a way that's culturally relevant to its breed. However, without more context, it's hard to provide a definitive explanation. This kind of interaction could occur in a variety of media, including comics, cartoons, or online memes, where cultural references and playful communication with animals are common.