get ready to be spammed

Spam


on this day in 1937, the Hormel Foods Inc., introduced SPAM. sin-o man abi ang wala pa katilaw sang SPAM. favorite pasalubong sang mga balikbayan. pirmi ginapadala sa package ni tito kag tita sang una. as if, daw indi ka bla kabakal sa may iloilo supermart o gaisano haw.

mas improved version sang Ma-ling (from China, nga kung kis-a indi ka pa sigurado kung pwede pa o expire na). pero kung nutrional facts ang pagahambalan, indi mayo para sa naga-diet. according to wikipedia:

“A 56 gram (approximately 2 ounce) serving of original SPAM provides 7 grams of protein, 2 grams of carbohydrates, 15 grams of fat (23% US Daily Value) including 6 grams of saturated fat (28% US Daily Value), and over 170 calories. A serving contains nearly a third of the recommended daily intake of sodium (salt). SPAM provides very little in terms of vitamins and minerals (0% vitamin A, 1% vitamin C, 1% calcium, 3% iron). It has been listed as a food that is a poor choice for weight loss and optimum health and as a food that “is high in saturated fat and sodium”

aba, ang spam gle word nga ginagamit kung sa email, i.e. unsolicited bulk email, nag-originate man sa SPAM. kag may restaurant diri kuno sa ‘pinas nga ang gina-serve lang SPAM. ang ngalan sang resto – SPAM Jam.. diiin ja nayon man.

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