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April 7, 2009 9:02 AM
I have heard that Peanut Butter stays in your system for 51 days. Anyone know the truth on this?
  177610
April 7, 2009 9:05 AM
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I have heard that Peanut Butter stays in your system for 51 days. Anyone know the truth on this?


please...where did you hear this?

unless I told you this.. it sounds a bit absurd...but if it does...oh my..

51 days?

source please
(Days of Our Lives, Oprah and Howdy Doody do not count)
April 7, 2009 9:06 AM
I think that unless you don't poop it could.
  84003
April 7, 2009 9:07 AM
Did you know that rare meat or medium rare meat takes 21 days to digest. My dad had pancreatic cyst and he had to go on a no red meat diet.
  112226
April 7, 2009 9:10 AM
Hmm... never heard of PB sticking with you for that long.huh
I had PB this morning.. guess I'll be full of it for a while then.
  172599
April 7, 2009 9:14 AM
I would love to hear some more replies on this...I finally accepted that I cannot have PB in the house, it is a TOTAL trigger food for me
April 7, 2009 9:21 AM
I heard chewing gum doesn't digest for 100 years. Take that sh!t to the afterlife with ya. Gives a whole new meaning to "sticks to your ribs".
April 7, 2009 9:23 AM
I used to date a mortician....pepper is the last thing to digest. Don't ask me why I remember this.
April 7, 2009 9:24 AM
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I heard chewing gum doesn't digest for 100 years. Take that sh!t to the afterlife with ya. Gives a whole new meaning to "sticks to your ribs".

laugh laugh laugh laugh
  172599
April 7, 2009 9:27 AM
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QUOTE:

I heard chewing gum doesn't digest for 100 years. Take that sh!t to the afterlife with ya. Gives a whole new meaning to "sticks to your ribs".

laugh laugh laugh laugh


Japs4? Are you Japanese American or did you splash 4 zero's in the battle over the Pacific?
April 7, 2009 9:38 AM
If it says in your system, where does it go? I have it every day and it's not in my stomache keeping me full!
April 7, 2009 9:38 AM
QUOTE:

QUOTE:

QUOTE:

I heard chewing gum doesn't digest for 100 years. Take that sh!t to the afterlife with ya. Gives a whole new meaning to "sticks to your ribs".

laugh laugh laugh laugh


Japs4? Are you Japanese American or did you splash 4 zero's in the battle over the Pacific?

none of the abovebigsmile
  172599
April 7, 2009 9:42 AM
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I heard chewing gum doesn't digest for 100 years. Take that sh!t to the afterlife with ya. Gives a whole new meaning to "sticks to your ribs".


Sounds like you guys are talking about urban myths.

Chewing gum might take that long to digest if it got stuck in your stomache and waited. It will pass through you undigested, like those infamous watermelon seeds ... and sometimes corn (you know you've looked!).
April 7, 2009 9:43 AM
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Did you know that rare meat or medium rare meat takes 21 days to digest. My dad had pancreatic cyst and he had to go on a no red meat diet.


Oh now, please-- this is all just getting too silly. Suppose I have a rare steak with corn on the cob-- you're telling me tomorrow that my intestines are gonna know to zap out the corn but keep the meat? This is just silly, people-- noway
April 7, 2009 9:48 AM
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I used to date a mortician....pepper is the last thing to digest. Don't ask me why I remember this.


laugh laugh laugh
April 7, 2009 9:49 AM
I had a college professor who use to go into rants about how today's peanut butter is nothing more than flavored crisco..... I'd believe it.
  72489
April 7, 2009 9:53 AM
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I heard chewing gum doesn't digest for 100 years. Take that sh!t to the afterlife with ya. Gives a whole new meaning to "sticks to your ribs".


Info from Mayo Clinic: http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/digestive-system/AN01006
  118499
April 7, 2009 9:54 AM
Me likey flavored crisco.
April 7, 2009 9:56 AM
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Me likey flavored crisco.


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You and me both!!!
  72489
April 7, 2009 10:03 AM
What do you have against crisco? hehe
April 7, 2009 10:06 AM
QUOTE:

QUOTE:

I heard chewing gum doesn't digest for 100 years. Take that sh!t to the afterlife with ya. Gives a whole new meaning to "sticks to your ribs".


Info from Mayo Clinic: http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/digestive-system/AN01006


holy crap...what next? Your gonna tell me we landed on the moon?
April 7, 2009 10:07 AM
My stepdad's mom just told me that she heard it from her nutritionist and I was wondering if anyone else had heard this, too. Maybe because it's hard to digest or something; I've heard that you get a lot of hard to digest crap built up in your colon, too.
  177610
April 7, 2009 10:09 AM
i swallowed a lego when I was a kid. Pooped it out the next day. I think everyone's theories have just been busted.

-Adam Savage
April 7, 2009 10:14 AM
In what sense does it "stay in your system" - meaning the residues of the protein cells can be found in your blood stream as long as 51 days? I'm thinking of this as related to allergies (e.g. the protien cells found in cat dander remains airborn for as long as 2 weeks)...

Why would this be of concern anyway?

Bottom line is nuts are a healthy option (well, not my favourite ones that are choclate covered, but you get what I mean)....
flowerforyou
April 7, 2009 10:17 AM
QUOTE:

QUOTE:

I have heard that Peanut Butter stays in your system for 51 days. Anyone know the truth on this?


please...where did you hear this?

unless I told you this.. it sounds a bit absurd...but if it does...oh my..

51 days?

source please
(Days of Our Lives, Oprah and Howdy Doody do not count)


Dave - what do you mean those sources don't count? How do you think we all learn about being possessed by demons, coming back from the dead, and the perils of screwing your sister's husband? And a certain billionairess has taught me lots of tricks to pinch pennies and "beat the recession"...
huh

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