So I clicked on his silly little video, not because I particularly cared about the contents, but because the source was freaking diet dot com. Seriously, Unnamed Friend? You're a 30-something married man and you're reading diet dot com? Sigh. Let's move on.
Naturally, to show solidarity, I left a snarky comment to show him how much I thought he was showing his "I'm a toolbag" side.
And since it's Facebook, those Nazis alerted me to the next gajillion comments that his other friends left. Allow me to share a few paraphrased excerpts:
Unnamed friend-of-friend #1: That video changed my life. Thanks for saving me from the dark abyss of obesity, Unnamed Friend.
Unnamed friend-of-friend #2: Please share your knowledge with the world, Unnamed Friend. Lives are at stake.
Unnamed friend-of-friend #3: I'll eat it for $10.
*Thank God for Unnamed Friend #3.
In case you're interested, here's the video. There's a few versions floating around out there (one replete with gagging noises from the interviewer) but the bottom line's about the same. Consider the following guided-watching points as you are enlightened:
- The irony of carrying that smack around in a lunchbox.
- How often that chick says that the hamburger lady just CARRIES IT AROUND WITH HER as if they're talking about a damn chihuahua.
- How talented of an interviewer the lady from diet dot com really is.
I've got so much more material for this one, like where I answer questions like, "Why are our children eating this?" and "What are fries made from?" but I'll put my lashing tongue away...
...FOR NOW! (DUN DUN DUNNNNNN!)
Ok, sorry. That was lame.
(Your mom's lame!)
Ok, seriously, stop. I'm done now.