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Have your hips ever lied?

Asked by RayaHope (7448points) December 3rd, 2022
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They say their hips don’t lie…oh really?!

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Entropy's avatar

My hips lied to your Mom!

filmfann's avatar

Just two hips passing in the night.

ragingloli's avatar

Hips that deceive
Curve and sway with false intent
Truth hidden within

LostInParadise's avatar

Hip to waist ratio is considered a major factor of female attractiveness. Note that chest to waist ratio is more important for males than for females.

Jeruba's avatar

OMG, loli, Fluther will never be the same.

(But that was 16 syllables.)

LuckyGuy's avatar

Mine are totally honest. Anyone watching me shuffle dance would know they are the hips of a senior age male trying to reclaim the body of a late middle age male.

I do each day
Wish once more
To curve and sway

ragingloli's avatar

“For what profiteth it a man if he gaineth strength and muscles, yet the ravages of time and age shall still consume him, and his body shall wither and fade away? Truly, the pursuit of physical fitness is but a vain and futile endeavor.” – Ecclesiastes 12:11

LuckyGuy's avatar

@ragingloli (I love you!)
Proverbs 24:5 “A wise man is full of strength, and a man of knowledge enhances his might.”

Ecc 12:11 was clearly written before Planet Fitness opened its Jerusalem branch.

From personal experience I’ve found that almost everything in life is better when you are in shape. We only go around once. We might as well keep the machinery in good running order for as long as we can. I’m keeping my hips limber in case the opportunity arises.

ragingloli's avatar

“For the love of McDonald’s cheeseburgers shall ye partake in gluttony, for in their savory goodness lies the path to true contentment and joy. Ye shall not be judged for thy indulgence, for the Lord hath provided these delicious treats for our pleasure and nourishment. So let us feast upon the cheeseburgers of McDonald’s and be satisfied.” – Psalm 23:5–6

smudges's avatar

My hips haven’t lied, but my groove-thang wasn’t exactly honest once.

RayaHope's avatar

@smudges Do tell…

smudges's avatar

^^ Never! :D

LuckyGuy's avatar

“Every moving thing that lives shall be food for you. And as I gave you the green plants, I give you everything. Go now and eat a McDonald’s fry cook and cashier for I have created them to serve your every need.” – Genesis 9:3

RayaHope's avatar

^^ ewwww no thank you :(

ragingloli's avatar

Hello and welcome to this delicious recipe for beef wellington, with a twist! Instead of using regular beef, we’re going to be using meat from a butchered McDonald’s fry cook. Now, I know what you might be thinking – McDonald’s meat? Really, Gordon? But trust me, my friends, this is the perfect ingredient for this dish. The fry cook meat is flavorful, tender, and oh-so-delicious when cooked to perfection. So let’s get started and show you how to make this mouthwatering meal!


1 butchered McDonald’s fry cook
1 sheet of puff pastry
1 egg yolk, beaten
4 tbsp Dijon mustard
2 tbsp olive oil
1 onion, finely chopped
1 carrot, finely chopped
1 celery stalk, finely chopped
1 garlic clove, minced
1 tbsp tomato paste
1 cup red wine
1 cup beef stock
1 tbsp thyme leaves
Salt and pepper to taste


“First things first, let’s start with the fry cook. Take your butchered McDonald’s fry cook and trim any excess fat or gristle. Then, season the meat with salt and pepper on both sides.”

“Next, heat up a skillet on high heat and add the olive oil. Once the oil is hot, sear the fry cook on both sides until it’s nice and brown. This will give it that delicious crust that makes wellington so irresistible.”

“While the fry cook is searing, preheat your oven to 400 degrees Fahrenheit. Then, in a separate pan, sauté the onions, carrots, celery, and garlic until they’re softened. Add in the tomato paste and cook for another minute or so.”

“Once the vegetables are cooked, deglaze the pan with the red wine and beef stock. Bring the mixture to a boil and reduce until it’s thick and syrupy. Add in the thyme leaves and season with salt and pepper to taste.”

“Now it’s time to assemble the wellington. Take your puff pastry and lay it out on a lightly floured surface. Spread a generous amount of Dijon mustard over the puff pastry, leaving a 1-inch border around the edges.”

“Place the seared fry cook in the center of the puff pastry, then top with the vegetable mixture. Carefully fold the puff pastry over the fry cook and vegetables, pressing the edges to seal.”

“Brush the puff pastry with the beaten egg yolk and transfer to a baking sheet lined with parchment paper. Bake in the preheated oven for 25–30 minutes, or until the puff pastry is golden brown and flaky.”

“Remove the wellington from the oven and let it rest for 10 minutes before slicing and serving. “Bon appétit!””

LuckyGuy's avatar

@ragingloli Fantastic! I’ll get right on it.
Since it’s from McD the meal will probably be smaller and less-filling than advertised.

What condiment goes with McDonalds’ employees?

ragingloli's avatar

Mayonnaise, of course.

ragingloli's avatar

I also told the bot to create a recipe with stuff i have available right now:


1 pack of tagliatelle pasta
1 cup of creme fraiche
1 cup of frozen shrimp, thawed
1 cup of frozen salmon, thawed
1 pack of bacon cubes
1 tablespoon of butter
1 tablespoon of olive oil
1 cup of frozen baby spinach, thawed
1 cup of frozen common beans, thawed
1 cup of mozzarella, grated
¼ cup of black olives, sliced
1 tablespoon of green pesto
1 tablespoon of pesto rosso


Cook the pasta according to the instructions on the package.

In a large saucepan, heat the butter and olive oil over medium heat. Add the bacon cubes and cook until crispy.

Add the thawed shrimp and salmon to the saucepan and cook for 2–3 minutes, until the shrimp is pink and the salmon is cooked through.

Stir in the creme fraiche, green pesto, and pesto rosso. Cook for 1–2 minutes until the sauce is heated through.

Add the thawed spinach and beans to the sauce and stir to combine. Cook for an additional 2–3 minutes until the spinach is wilted and the beans are heated through.

Drain the cooked pasta and add it to the saucepan with the shrimp and salmon sauce. Stir to combine.

Transfer the pasta to a serving dish and top with grated mozzarella and sliced black olives.

Serve hot and enjoy!”

I will try this at some point, to see how good of a chef the bot is.

smudges's avatar

OMG @RayaHope! I can’t believe you posted that!! ewwww :D

smudges's avatar

@ragingloli Actually, that Wellington sounds purty dang delicious!

RayaHope's avatar

^^ Well… cooking people…barf!

smudges's avatar

^^ I was actually ignoring the people part

Forever_Free's avatar

Yes, I faked a few times.

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