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  1. about 2 hours ago on Breaking Cat News

    Was gonna say, the seat is not the lid. My MIL is a lid closed person but her house is the only one I’ve been in with that rule.

  2. about 2 hours ago on Frazz

    How many hours a day do you watch TV, listen to YouTube videos, or read comics online? It only takes a couple of hours for a 14 mile long run and for a fast, fit man in his 20s, less than 30 minutes for 5k. That said, many people train successfully running only 3 times a week.

  3. 2 days ago on Luann

    But most logically he heard about them by viewing the online crime map for his neighborhood, which would also show the one at his place.

  4. 3 days ago on Frazz

    The sugars come in handy when doing aerobic exercise. A large orange is about perfect for a 10k.

  5. 3 days ago on Frazz

    You don’t need to wash a candy bar before eating it. It doesn’t easily get bruised, split, and unappealing, and it has a shelf life of a year.

  6. 3 days ago on Luann

    How did his insurance company not contact him about the break-in? Since the police came and a report was filed, why does he not see his house on the same map that shows the other break-ins?

  7. 3 days ago on Heart of the City

    I can still tell you my grade school bff’s birthday and she’s lived in another city for thirty years.

  8. 3 days ago on Betty

    On the contrary, ice cream is an excellent food after hard exercise. In fact many pros recommend chocolate milk as the ideal recovery food – protein and carbs! They are playing a sport, not dieting to be supermodels.

  9. 4 days ago on Heart of the City

    With all due respect, the average mile time for a boy is substantially faster than for a girl anyway.

  10. 4 days ago on Heart of the City

    Not quite. Your body has three go-to sources of energy for running. First the sugar in your bloodstream, which will last a little while, maybe enough for a mile run, maybe not, depending on when you last ate. Then the stored glycogen in your muscles and liver gets released, for most untrained people this will easily get them through an hour of exercise. However, if you have been fasting and exercising for several days previously these glycogen stores have been used up and not replenished. Last, your body will go to breaking down fat, ketogenesis. This is slower than using glycogen and unless you have been training and eating keto for a while is not going to keep up with the oxygen demands of running. The feeling of running out of quickly accessible sugar is commonly called “bonking” by runners, it’s the reason running stores have those stacks of different energy gels! You go instantly from being fine to feeling like you need to crawl on your hands and knees.