ravioli
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This might be controversial

But how many calories are in the Mona Lisa, I’m not planning anything but I’m just asking.
like *if* I “ate” the Mona Lisa how many calories would it “be”.


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so i did the math! you would gain ~30 pounds (~13 kilos) if you ate the mona lisa, assuming that it takes you about 3,500 calories to gain one pound (that's the average, according to google, but it changes based on body weight, height, type, and other things like that).


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guess i got some eating to do then huh


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Okay here’s what we know about the Mona Lisa:


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I didn’t consider portion size either which is silly of me. would the portion determine the caloric value? Or the opposite? And no I’m not talking about the Mona Lisa made into food and then eaten, I’m talking about varnish and oil paint and parchment In. My. Belly.


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youd lose weight from how much fiber is in the canvas


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