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    Quote Originally Posted by jscrothers View Post
    On the subject of food, I just ordered Soylent.

    C'mon. You can't blame a PoLR
    Oh my God. My friend I used to date was just telling me about Soylent a couple days ago. He has a severe food phobia, and will only eat a handful of foods, very few of which are healthy. He's thinking about ordering Soylent. If it means getting all the nutrients he's lacking from his usual food intake, I'm all for it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BadOctopus View Post
    Oh my God. My friend I used to date was just telling me about Soylent a couple days ago. He has a severe food phobia, and will only eat a handful of foods, very few of which are healthy. He's thinking about ordering Soylent. If it means getting all the nutrients he's lacking from his usual food intake, I'm all for it.
    isn't soylent made from recycled humans in that movie?
    In no likes experiment.

    that is all

    i dunno what else to say so

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    Quote Originally Posted by BadOctopus View Post
    Oh my God. My friend I used to date was just telling me about Soylent a couple days ago. He has a severe food phobia, and will only eat a handful of foods, very few of which are healthy. He's thinking about ordering Soylent. If it means getting all the nutrients he's lacking from his usual food intake, I'm all for it.
    At least three of my friends know people who have tried it. Apparently, one of them has replaced ~80% of his diet with it.

    It apparently tastes like pancake batter. But the sort of people who would use Soylent are not exactly going to care about how things taste. And also pancake batter tastes fine to me.

    I personally don't have phobias of food, but I feel like prepping it is a waste of time. I don't enjoy it at all.

    Quote Originally Posted by prplchknz View Post
    isn't soylent made from recycled humans in that movie?
    They chose a very unfortunate name for it. Not even for the stigma. It's just difficult to search for "soylent" without "soylent green is people" popping up in the results.
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    Quote Originally Posted by prplchknz View Post
    isn't soylent made from recycled humans in that movie?
    It's where the name came from. Which in itself is unsettling to think about. Who in their right mind would name their invention after a fictional product made from humans?

    Quote Originally Posted by jscrothers View Post
    At least three of my friends know people who have tried it. Apparently, one of them has replaced ~80% of his diet with it.

    It apparently tastes like pancake batter. But the sort of people who would use Soylent are not exactly going to care about how things taste. And also pancake batter tastes fine to me.
    I love food, and cooking, so I doubt I would enjoy replacing my diet with viscous goo. My friend says it tastes pretty good if you add a little peanut butter. (He's sort of crazy, though, and I have always been a little wary of his recommendations.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by jscrothers View Post
    At least three of my friends know people who have tried it. Apparently, one of them has replaced ~80% of his diet with it.

    It apparently tastes like pancake batter. But the sort of people who would use Soylent are not exactly going to care about how things taste. And also pancake batter tastes fine to me.

    I personally don't have phobias of food, but I feel like prepping it is a waste of time. I don't enjoy it at all.


    They chose a very unfortunate name for it. Not even for the stigma. It's just difficult to search for "soylent" without "soylent green is people" popping up in the results.
    Quote Originally Posted by BadOctopus View Post
    It's where the name came from. Which in itself is unsettling to think about. Who in their right mind would name their invention after a fictional product made from humans?
    it's like they want to fail. though cannibalism is becoming trendy. or pretend cannibalism i doubt most people if given the chance would actually engage. so perhaps it's actually genius. they have a whole niche market.
    In no likes experiment.

    that is all

    i dunno what else to say so

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    Quote Originally Posted by BadOctopus View Post
    It's where the name came from. Which in itself is unsettling to think about. Who in their right mind would name their invention after a fictional product made from humans?
    Soylent never really got good until they started adding people as an ingredient, though.
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    Why do people love everything that is terrible?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Noll View Post
    Why do people love everything that is terrible?
    Because people are terrible?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Noll View Post
    Why do people love everything that is terrible?
    Here's my random thought: I know when people mention "people" it is in general. But would a person who posts here include the general people as members of this forum?

    Unsolved mysteries...

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