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This Is What Fast Food Portions Look Like Around The World

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One of the biggest appeals of fast food is its consistency. No matter where you are, a Whopper will always be flame grilled and a Krispy Kreme original glazed donut will be just as sweet as those in your hometown.

Or so we thought.

According to Compare the Market, fast food portion sizes and calorie contents actually vary dramatically by country. For example, a Canadian original recipe KFC burger is 1.23 ounces heavier than its Australian counterpart, while an Aussie original glazed Krispy Kreme donut has 64 more calories than an identically sized Singaporean donut.

If you’re feeling a little confused, you’re in good company. Luckily, however, while we still don’t have an explanation for the variation, Compare the Market has prepared a comprehensive infographic on the subject. Check it out below, and then be sure to compare the foods firsthand on your next international vacation! 

 Source: Compare the Market / Photo credit: HD Wallpapers

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Watch: This Is Why You Should Never Flip Off Monkeys (Or Pandas)

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A young man was recently drop-kicked to the ground by a monkey in Shimla, India.

Monkeys are known to run wild in this part of India, but are not always appreciated.

The BBC reported in 2014 that there are about 300,000 monkeys in the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh (Shimla is the capital), and the creatures have been known to attack people and steal food.

According to Uproxx.com, the young man gave the monkey the finger, but the simian didn’t take kindly to the hand gesture, and sprung off a city bench to drop-kick the guy to the ground (video below). 

The monkey hopped back into position on the bench, while the dazed young man walked off, not realizing he left his jacket on the pavement.

Fortunately, his friend retrieved it for him.

Sources: Uproxx.comBBC / Image Credit: YouTube Screenshot

Tags: Drop-Kick, India, monkey, Social, World
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