What One Word Do Fast Food Companies Use to Compel You to Eat Food that Will Never Decompose?
Good afternoon, Jibers and Jibettes. It's Monday. Let's hate-fuck this week in the back of a Volkswagen Bug.
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Speaking of hot dogs, here's a dog made out of hot dogs. (Nerd Approved)
But back to fast food. This, right here, is an image of burgers and fries purchased at four different fast food establishments. TWO YEARS AGO. There's been no decomposition. Which decomposes faster? A diaper in a landfill? Or a McD's burger IN YOUR STOMACH? (Facebook)
And to get you to eat those burgers, the only word proven to be most effective in compelling you to eat them is "Premium." Jonathan Safron Foer must appreciate the irony (you'll have to dig deep to get that joke). (Esquire)
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I didn't even know they were dating, but I kind of love who Carey Mulligan up and married over the weekend. This is who you should be talking about, gossip blogs. (SFGate)
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