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# 80414 30-Mar-2011 22:49
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Been reading the new Zealand herald page a3 the new chicken sandwich is coming will u line up and get one or what's ur feedback about it




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  # 453658 30-Mar-2011 23:11
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*yawn*

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  # 453667 30-Mar-2011 23:44
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i always thought the buns got in the way , so yum for me, and i find it strange that all the nutritionists are up in arms when most of the burgers from Burger King and Macca's have more calories and fat content , yet this burger is going to be the cause of all obesity in  NZ




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  # 453677 31-Mar-2011 01:30
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Will have to get it via the drive-thru, not sure I could handle being in a room full of consumers eating these as their bodies spill over the sides of their seats. It's just too depressing to witness.

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  # 453711 31-Mar-2011 09:11
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Nom nom nom, gotta try it at least once right?

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  # 453712 31-Mar-2011 09:20
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vexxxboy: i always thought the buns got in the way , so yum for me, and i find it strange that all the nutritionists are up in arms when most of the burgers from Burger King and Macca's have more calories and fat content , yet this burger is going to be the cause of all obesity in  NZ


After the TV segment that showed that the BK Whopper had the most fat and calorie content, I now know I'm getting my moneys worth.. not paying more for less ...




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  # 453732 31-Mar-2011 10:11
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Back when I ate meat, especially when I did a protein diet, this thing sounded like an awesome thing to try. Now I eat mostly raw food (no meat and very little dairy) it sounds quite horrible.

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  # 453795 31-Mar-2011 13:06
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I haven't had KFC for years but I would be tempted to buy one just to give the big finger to nanny state.

 
 
 
 


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  # 453799 31-Mar-2011 13:22
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itxtme: Nom nom nom, gotta try it at least once right?


Nom nom nom indeed :) can't wait to try one!

Just need to make sure I run to the KFC & back to justify it haha

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  # 453831 31-Mar-2011 15:07
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I wilk give one a try

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  # 453832 31-Mar-2011 15:10
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All I can say is it is great advertising for them. There is nothing stopping anyone cooking up one of these themselves, I mean it is just food.

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  # 453835 31-Mar-2011 15:25
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Tabuti: Just need to make sure I run to the KFC & back to justify it haha


An 85kg individual would need to run at least 7km to burn off the double down.  Need to run further if you eat fries and have a soft drink.  Thats a lot of running!




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  # 453837 31-Mar-2011 15:29
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I can't put a picture in my post for some reason but I had a funny one about this. One of those motivational ones, Life is short, make it shorter.....

Couldn't you just make one of these anyway by ordering two tasty breasts? That's my kind of sandwich.

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  # 453841 31-Mar-2011 15:35
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JimmyLizar:
Tabuti: Just need to make sure I run to the KFC & back to justify it haha

An 85kg individual would need to run at least 7km to burn off the double down.  Need to run further if you eat fries and have a soft drink.  Thats a lot of running!

You could say the same about all food.  It would be fairer to only compare the difference between this and an "acceptable" meal.

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  # 453866 31-Mar-2011 17:11
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bazzer:
JimmyLizar:
Tabuti: Just need to make sure I run to the KFC & back to justify it haha

An 85kg individual would need to run at least 7km to burn off the double down.  Need to run further if you eat fries and have a soft drink.  Thats a lot of running!


You could say the same about all food.  It would be fairer to only compare the difference between this and an "acceptable" meal.


 

if they had put buns on it there wouldnt be such an outcry, in fact they have reduced the energy value by removing the buns!

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  # 453868 31-Mar-2011 17:17
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I will definitely be getting one of these
Bring it on 

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