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Clif Bar: now with extra protein!

The question is, How to Eat Fried Worms off of a Clif Bar?


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I'm skeptical of linking to a forum post made by someone few if any of us know. Big questions of credibility there.

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I like some of the comments about it. Especially the one noting that at least the worms will eat it--he doubts even a maggot would eat a PowerBar!

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The worms probably tasted better than the Cliff bar. Those things suck. Maybe I am jealous someone is able to sell cardboard as food to millions of people.
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I like some of the comments about it. Especially the one noting that at least the worms will eat it--he doubts even a maggot would eat a PowerBar!

I've seen a PowerBar wrapper in bear scat before.  I guess they're hard to open correctly without thumbs.  That foil must be unpleasant somewhere along the line.
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I was basically getting a chuckle out of this... until I clicked one of the links on that thread and read this -

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Food_Defect_Action_Levels

Now I think I'm gonna be sick.
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Those two little worms couldn't have eaten much.
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My Bearded Dragon eats about 20 of those at a sitting.  He's pretty healthy.  Here, he's eating a blue worm (his favorite):

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pQxWaOm4qNA
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I was basically getting a chuckle out of this... until I clicked one of the links on that thread and read this -

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Food_Defect_Action_Levels

Now I think I'm gonna be sick.

George Carlin used to do a routine on that very subject.
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The worms probably tasted better than the Cliff bar. Those things suck. Maybe I am jealous someone is able to sell cardboard as food to millions of people.

No way, cliff bars are the best.  I usually keep one handy for when I get stuck at work.
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Bonus!
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It's all good, just wanted to see everyone's reaction :)  I will still eat Clif bars, love those things!

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