Discussion in 'Picture Threads Archive' started by Leoreth, Apr 2, 2013.
Percentage of red meat in diet.
This map is the first level of subnational entities. US States, Canadian provinces, Japanese Prefectures, UK countries.
England (not the UK) is coloured green because it has a population of 53 million while the Tokyo Prefecture, the most populous, has a population of 13 million (and is considerably smaller).
^ OK. Thanks. That's a help.
Calorie consumption per capita.
Not that specific
Percentage of people who made at least one video of a bulemic episode while also a non-sentient creature was in the film?
^ You're just making stuff up now for comic effect.
Tonnes of refined sugar consumption per capita per year.
Hmm... Given that USA#1, and also Greece is so prominent in the map too, is this about plastic surgeries?
repost of the map:
Highest amount of grease/fatty foods used for cooking/eating
Consumption of animal protein.
At that regard countries like Lebanon should score highest, so I doubt it is that.
Maybe it is an outdated map though (?)
From the Huffpost:
So yeah, Greece #2 for the pursuit of having a perfect body...
That's saddening indeed. Very often the surgery is only an improvement in the mind of those people. Models of perfection are non-existent and very subjective. It's also possible for one person to be beautiful in more than one way. People who think there a beauty ideal are delusional I think.
However, I'm glad plastic surgery exists. It has improved the lives of many burn victims, for instance.
All very closely related
Nah. That would be not-best Korea #1
daily intake of calories
Might have to do with bread consumption (not sure about France though)
The French are notorious for eating large quantities of bread every day. Well, they buy quantities of it, fresh, every day at any rate.
Other people don't? I eat 10 slices a day.
Ah. But you're Belgian, I think.
(So there's that to consider.)
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