One or two sausages for breakfast?

<p>Ok, so now I'm eating potatoes and sausage (with milk) for breakfast and I was curious if eating two sausages would give me an advantage in terms of admissions to college. Like, what's a percent of admitted students in Harvard (my dream school) that eat two sausages instead of one during breakfast and what would give me better edge?
I also would like to know if top Ivy schools discriminate against those that drink buttermilk as I was drinking it in large portions during freshman year.
Thank you!</p>

<p>PS. With current trends, this thread would appear here anyway so why not now.</p>

<p>don't eat any sausages at all.</p>

<p>Lmfao!! !</p>

<p>this pretty funny. =D</p>


<p>That is super funny.</p>

<p>I think you'd be better off with eggs</p>

<p>Green eggs?</p>

<p>Actually, you need to eat 3.141592.... sausages every morning. Exactly that many.</p>

<p>Or 6.02 x 10^23 :-D</p>

<p>^^ lol you need 1 mole of sausage.</p>

<p>1mol x 39 grams
1 mol </p>


<p>No no no, you've all got it wrong! You need to eat
sausages. And make sure you make it to the International Sasuage Olympiad, too. Unless you wanna work at McDonalds, that is.</p>

<p>if you eat too many sausages, your arteries will clog up.</p>

<p>What about milk then? How many ounces? Oh's liters, isn't it? How many liters of milk should I drink? half a liter? quarter of a liter?</p>

<p>What if the milk and the sausages start a fight in my esophagus on the way down? Do I have to report that under any misdemeanors I've committed?</p>

<p>Given that your name starts with "Mr", I'd have to say no sausages for you. It might scare the college admissions people.</p>

<p>You can't focus too much on sausages, colleges want well-rounded students, dontchaknow? Don't neglect bacon.</p>

<p>sausages contain a large amount of saturated fats, which are triglycerides made of a glycogen head ester bonded with 3 fatty acid tails. There are enough hydrogen atoms in the fatty acids so that they are all single-bonded with the carbon atoms. This is why they are soild at room temperature. Saturated fats can cause atherosclerosis and coronary heart disease, which will decrease your chances of living long enough to go to Harvard.</p>

<p>I never though of fats chemically. That was interesting.</p>

<p>In response to the well-rounded post, if he becomes truly amazing in his sausage eating process, it will be better than an avg saus/bacon eater. Same as being a pulitzer winner but having a 300 SAT Math will get you into harvard rather than a 650 650 V/m</p>

<p>hey rounded wrong. Now you're going to university of south hicksville...congrats.</p>

<p>i hope you didn't just check that and are screwin around...</p>