Laissez-moi et mes nuggets tranquilles.
Because it’s all about what you put in your mouth.
Not everything in the city of angels involves kale.
In the future, everything will be Doritos.
No night is complete until you’ve devoured poor food choices.
Real love is fried, less than $10, and 100 percent unhealthy for you.
All good diets must come to an end.
Let’s investigate this mystery, shall we?
Lend me your eyes, and I will tell you the tastiest story ever told.
You know all about Brangelina, but have you heard about potataffle or rice krispancake, yet?
Would you like a side of handbag with your order?
This is the future. We live in the future now.
If you think that decision to hit Mickey D’s this morning was your own, think again.
You do not want to know what’s in that vanilla ice cream.
Courtesy of DC-based non-profit consumer advocacy group Center for Science in the Public Interest.
Finally, a graceful and elegant solution to Cheeto fingers!
Hey, kids! Eating “healthy” is fun and cool!
It’s true. It’s really, really true.
Kale can go shove it. These packaged foods are totally vegan and totally bad for you.
They were invented to delight then torture you. And you keep going back for more.
You know, like Nicotine patches, except they’re non-working. They’re a gag giveaway by Danone Yogurt. Here’s the Fail—they smell like the delicious junk food they represent.
Once again, junk food saves the day and makes everyone’s lives a little better. Snackman is the not the hero our city needs, he’s the hero our city deserves.
We could only imagine what this person looks like
This is the opposite of food porn. When they start making TV dinners that actually look like they do on the covers, I’ll know that we’ve advanced as a society.
So the Doritos Taco from Taco Bell is pretty disgusting, but did you know there are things much, much, much worse? Like for instance, the McDonalds Ranch Chicken Snickers Bar Snack Wrap.
This brings back memories from when I was in school. In 5th grade we visited one of the local Little Debbie farms and all of us kids picked Honey Buns from the Honey Buns bush.
The irony is as rich as pound cake: A university nutrition professor is stuffing himself with junk food to lose weight.