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  1. I can't even imagine how hangry I'd be if I was asked to stand and wait until my sandwich got cold and gross 🙁 But I admire the sentiment (if you leave the chicken out of it)! 😀 🙂

  2. The idea behind this is nice: help people eat healthier but I really don't like the Domestic Geek's attitude in most of them.  "Cause like…I don't drink alcohol," in one of her previous episodes.  Using drinking as an example of unhealthy eating, a cup of red wine a night is supposed to be good for you but in excessive amounts, alcohol isn't good for your body.  That being said, drinking maybe a big component in other cultures so please don't have a negative attitude towards peoples' decisions.

  3. Definition of : null
    nəl/Submit
    adjective
    adjective: null
    1.
    having no legal or binding force; invalid.
    "the establishment of a new interim government was declared null and void"
    synonyms: invalid, null and void, void; More
    antonyms: valid
    2.
    having or associated with the value zero.
    MATHEMATICS
    (of a set or matrix) having no elements, or only zeros as elements.
    lacking distinctive qualities; having no positive substance or content.
    "his curiously null life"
    synonyms: invalid, null and void, void; More
    antonyms: valid
    nounliterary
    noun: null; plural noun: nulls
    1.
    a zero.
    a dummy letter in a cipher.
    ELECTRONICS
    a condition of no signal.
    a direction in which no electromagnetic radiation is detected or emitted.
    verbELECTRONICS
    verb: null; 3rd person present: nulls; past tense: nulled; past participle: nulled; gerund or present participle: nulling
    1.
    combine (a signal) with another in order to create a null; cancel out.
    Origin

    late Middle English: from French nul, nulle, from Latin nullus ‘none,’ from ne ‘not’ + ullus ‘any.’
    Translate null to
    Use over time for: null

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