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Are french fries a weapon of mass damage, that is to heart and arteries ?

Are french fries a weapon of mass damage, that is to your heart and arteries ?
Mon, 14 Dec 2009
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's  Response you wouldn't believe. But there's no question that they are so good to eat! lol.
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