Would a slice of cake be good or bad for you?
Its not the cake its how much you eat of it.
Life is like a big pie. Each experience is one segment or slice. That does not mean it has been a good or bad experience, just a slice or part of the whole.
Umm i actually never played one but a good game would be... Hmm red ball, bad eggs, peguin slice, hanger 2, happy wheels, and MANY MORE! :)
Egg is tested good..isn't it?
There are not many bad effects of silicone cake molds. In fact, they are actually very good. The only down side is that they can burn, rip, or stick together.
Yes. but it would take on awful long time
remember when garvey challenges cole to taste the ingredients........... the cake symbolizes life having a good and bad ingredients
Good question! I never heard of that before!
They are good why would they be bad?
All The Good Would Go Bad
It is cake that has spoiled and gone bad. This cna be for a number of reasons. Mold coould have begun to grow. Also, the fluffy-ness in cake decreases as soon as it is not baking any more. As the days pass, this will result in the hardening of the cake, making it sour and firm and not good to eat.
There is always cards. And baking a cake isn't so bad either.
He was both, If you were good in your life then he was good as he would send you to the afterlife but if you were bad in your life then he would be bad as he would send you to torture. (weighed the souls, Book of The Dead)
Depends on your definition of 'good' and 'bad'. I would use them to have a good time, possibly doing 'good' or 'bad' along the way. most people would have fun with them
Without lawyers, there would be NO court system. Without a court system, there would be NO justice. There are good lawyers and bad lawyers, good doctors and bad doctors, good policemen and bad policemen, good teachers and bad teachers, good construction workers and bad construction workers, etc.
It would be bad if you had to run it. It would be good if that was how far away an alligator was ;o)
It is good in some ways but bad in others. It is technically good and bad so I would say BOTH. ---- ---- ---- ---- ---- ---- ---- ---- ---- ---- ---- ---- ---- ----
Nope. Overworked fondant is bad fondant. Conceivably you could but the finished product would be worse then if the cake was merely frosted with butter cream which I would suggest if you find fondant too difficult.
Most Democrats would say 'good,' and most Republicans would say 'bad.'
It is a double negative, subtracting is essentially adding a negative, therefore subtracting would be a negative negative number, which would be a positive, my mom helped me remember it by thinking if a bad thing happened to a bad person, it would be good, if a good thing happened to a good person it would be good, if a bad thing happened to a good person it would be bad, ect.
no becaUSE THEN THE CAKE WOULD TASTE really bad Also, mayo usually has salt, which would make your cake salty. however, if you got an saltless mayo and took out some of the butter in your cake, then yes, maybe... Actually, the cake will be even better tasting, but I am not sure of the correct substitution ratio. I won a baking contest as a kid with a chocolate mayonnaise cake, and everyone initially says… Read More
no, but the cake might the eggs won't go bad because there cooked into the cake like when you make eggs they won't go bad they'll only get cold & if you leave them out long enough they'll get moldy.
Depends what kind of cake. If it has fatty, sugary icing on it then it's pretty obvious why it's bad for you. Not to mention the cake itself is packed with carbs, fat, sugar and TONS of calories.
You can say it simply like that, just make it more polite. Maybe something like, "I intended to make the cake, but my skills were not that good" or "I really wanted to make the cake, but didn't think I could do it right and then have to serve everyone a bad cake" or something like that.
Some ingredients and a cake. Garvey makes Cole taste them and then realizes that bad things can turn out good!
Adverbs modify verbs, including verbs of being. For example: He was once a mediocre student. He is currently at the top of his class. She is always polite. Good and bad. It smells bad. It smells good, Smell (Noun and Verb) The adjectives good and bad modified the verb to smell. Smell Being well-done, the cake smells good.
The word 'ruined' is the past participle, past tense of the verb to ruin (ruins, ruining, ruined). The past participle of the verb is also an adjective. Examples: verb: I ruined the cake by adding a cup of salt instead of a cup of sugar. adjective: The ruined cake looked so good but tasted so bad.
It figuratively means that something is either extremely good or extremely bad. Although, most of the time, it is used in a negative way. For example, Person 1: "He's missed every single basket throughout the entire game!" Person 2: "Wow, that takes the cake!" It means that you are by far the best or the craziest or the worst at some endeavor. You take the cake- you win the prize- you are the best- that… Read More
Using a Diesel fuel conditioner would be good for your engine and would not be bad at all.
It was trying to show how things that are bad and once you put it all together it makes something good.:( : : :
Self-indulgence is basically treating yourself. A slice of cheesecake after a week of dieting would be self-indulgence. A mom taking herself to the spa while dad has the kids at the baseball game would be self-indulgence. A little self-indulgence is usually good for a person, but when overly used, it can lead to bad habits.
No lemon cake does not have egg in it cause lemon and egg mixture in cake leads to sickness and bad taste
if you eat to much of it, it is
The only whim wham I know of is a saltine cracker with slice of cheese and topped with a marshmellow then baked till marshmellow is golden. Sounds bad but really good.
There is no cake on Wimpy Wonderland. You may have some bad information.
The phrase is usually, "...take the good WITH the bad". It means that whenever we're faced with something that's pleasurable and good, we have to be prepared to take whatever negative situation that might accompany it. For example: I may love to eat chocolate cake ("the good") but if I eat too much, I'll get fat ("the bad"). It's a common phrase used for everything from jobs to relationships.
Yes, a bad company would be shut down faster than a good company with a bad reputation. Most good companies don't generally have bad reputations so it's much easier to spot bad companies and subsequently shut them down.
Horses can eat baked flour such as cereals and breads, so I would assume cakes would also be allowed. But it can be really bad for them if you give it to them to often.
Changes are good for a person, unless the changes are not good changes... then, changes are bad for a person. If you support bad changes then you would be supporting bad change for a person.
In the average slice of pizza, there are 184 calories per slice. The more cheese or toppings or grease on the pizza, however, can up this number by a lot.
Yes, it can.
It depends who they lived with. If they had a good owner there life would be good but if they had a bad owner there life would be bad and it depends on what kind of animal.
The protagonist in a story is merely the character who sets in motion the story line, be it "good "or "bad". An example would be a story about Charles Manson. He would be the protagonist even though he is bad. The cops would be the antagonist in that scenario.
I would say it is good but there are different views.
if the hulk was bad guy he would not have saved betty in the new movie Also if he was bad why would he be an avenger??
...Because generally speaking, pretty much all cake is bad for you, while cakes like birthday cakes may be worse than coffee or angel cake, it's is still pretty full of fat and sugar.
It should be obvious that the reason we would consider a choice to be good is that it is likely to have good consequences, and similarly, we would consider a choice to be bad because it has bad consequences. There are also choices that are relatively inconsequential, which are a matter of taste, rather than being either good or bad.
This Brit expression is the same as the US "takes the cake." If something "takes the biscuit" or "takes the cake" then that is the most surprising outcome imaginable; what has just happened beats all previous outcomes, either in a good or a bad way. Note: remember that the Brit expression "biscuit" is the same as the US "cookie" Example: "I've heard of bad math scores, but your's just takes the biscuit (cake)"
Well its a piece of cake .Another word for bad is just bad ****** Or Horrible things
lemon normally or when she's in a bad mood coffee or carrot cake
Good fats are polyunsaturated and monounsaturated fats, as opposed to saturated fats. Likewise, "good" lipoprotein is HDL and "bad" lipoprotein is LDL. An example of a "good" (heart-healthy) fat would be olive oil. An example of a "bad" (artery-clogging) fat would be margarine.