I'm so happy. I'm only seventeen, but I know everything will turn out fine.
I live with my furry son and he makes me so happy.
Also I can cook and bake all I want. And eat all the olives. No one's stopping me now. Fuck everyone who tries. They are mine, I will eat them all.
That's all, I love olives and living on my own. Have a wonderful day :)
Edit: These comments really made my day and made me laugh. I'll eat everyone's olives who don't like them. And thanks for the award :]
Michael Chandler is an excellent fighter. He has many strengths, which he knows how to use, and few weaknesses. He has powerful, precise hands, excellent footwork and movement, a ridiculous pace, and crafty dual-threat wrestling. He can close the distance with immense speed, and get out of danger just as quickly. He is experienced, and often pulls away from his opponents in championship rounds.
If I were designing an opponent for Chandler with the intent to defeat him, that opponent would need to be tough, fast, and have good cardio to keep pace. That opponent would need to have good range management and strong distanced attacks, to hurt Chandler from the outside. That opponent would need to be strong on the ground as a counter to Chandler’s wrestling, and to liberate them from the fear of the takedown. That opponent would need to match Chandler’s unpredictability in the striking. That opponent would need to be a crafty veteran who’s seen it all. Lastly, that opponent would need to be a clinical finisher to keep Chandler from ever getting his second wind.
Stop me if this description sounds familiar. To me, it sounds exactly like Charles “Do Bronx” Oliveira.
Chandler’s greatest struggles in his career have been against fighters who can match or outclass him on the ground, and he has never been outclassed quite like he is against Charlie Olives. Oliveira thrives on the mat, putting together masterclasses of grappling and setting records. In my mind, his pedigree removes the fear of the takedown which serves as one of Chandler’s greatest striking weapons. A level change is meaningless when it will immediately be met by the sharpest guillotine choke in the business. A double leg takedown is pointless if your opponent is so willing to go to ground that they will pull guard to get there. Chandler’s striking, without his level changes, is rather one-dimensional.
The one dimension remaining for Chandler is his dynamic ability to close the distance. He darts in and out with great speed, a wide stance, and a low center of gravity. But Oliveira has precise distance control. His long straight punches, teep kicks, and forward pressure compose an ideal recipe for neutralizing Chandler’s speed and spacing.
To my untrained eyes, Michael Chandler’s only path to victory is to starch Charles Oliveira or win a close decision. Charlie Olives is not immune to being TKOd, but it hasn’t happened since Paul Felder did it from guard four years ago. Meanwhil... keep reading on reddit ➡
I can’t stand the taste of raw vegetables, especially broccoli and carrots, but i love to either fry them or bake them on a baking sheet in the oven. I’ve tried googling this and i read a few websites saying to eat raw veggies but i wanted to see if anyone on here thought otherwise. EDIT: i think some of you have pointed out that i meant sautéing instead of frying. I will put around 1tbsp of usually olive oil in a pan and cook veggies that way. I think that’s sautéing, correct me if i’m wrong.
would like to preface this by saying thanks for the advice everyone gave me, some really good shit in there but i still felt willed to drink olive oil so i did. i will definitely listen to what you guys said tho
i was really tired after wrestling practice and forgot to drink my olive oil so instead i did it this morning. i poured it into the cup and started drinking. it was so fucking thick and viscous that i had to have sips of water in between chugs and my stomach feels like its been scrubbed clean with the finest car grease there is. i feel gassy and bloated overall but i was still hungry enough to eat breakfast so i guess i cant go drinking 3 cups of olive oil as my meal every day. so far the shits have not started so i will add to this post later once the bathroom adventures begin. next time i will maybe add some salt and lemon to make it a little more palatable but hey if this shit actually works catch me chugging from those costco 3 liter olive oil bottles
EDIT: ok so the shits are pretty bad. i went for another glass during lunch but could only have half of it before i felt i was choking on oil. the whole day i was burping a lot and the burps actually tasted like olive oil which was a bit weird. then the shits started im on #3 today i didnt expect them to come so swiftly but here we are. overall its not that painful tho, and im able to continue to go about my day. i think its going to get much worse later tonight tho based on how my stomach is feeling. also will try this again tomorrow with added seasonings if all goes well
Thats it thats the question
Your beloved black & white kitty, adult, was killed by a car.
I took him?/her? home and gave her a respectful burial in a peaceful spot beneath a citrus sapling.
I'm so sorry.
Looking at the nutritional values of both, Mazola Heart Healthy (hate the name!) actually has less saturated fat content and better Omega 6 to Omega 3 ratio (2:1). Is this an outdated story or am I missing something?