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Beware! Obese people may sell sex for a piece of pie.

It was on the headlines of many news websites all around: “Fatty foods may be addictive.” CNN states that, “Scientists have finally confirmed what the rest of us have suspected for years: Bacon, cheesecake, and other delicious yet fattening foods may be addictive.” Let’s clarify this… scientists have confirmed that fatty foods MAY be addictive, but they aren’t too sure? What kind of scientists are these? Since when does science equate to making assumptions and making a big deal about it on news websites all over the country? This isn’t fact, come back to me when you have the facts, until then I’m not interested in what something MAY be. Who’s the one on the caloric crack? I can tell you it isn’t me.

The science claims that high in fat foods cause the same brain reaction that cocaine or heroin might. The study found that when the lab rats continued to eat the food, it lead to compulsive eating habits and the obese lab rats continued to eat even when they were shocked. I guess when the scientists finally took away said food, the rats began to sell their bodies for more, right?

I understand that people may eat out of habit and could get addicted to delicious foods that aren’t good for them, but to compare a food addict to a drug addict is absurd. The day when you find a heffer on the corner of the street selling their body for a doughnut, is the day I’ll consider the similarities. Until then, let’s not compare the joy of eating a piece of cake with the joy of shoving a needle in your arm. The study is just ridiculous and the comparison made is crazy.

One of the scientists even went on to say that, “We make our food very similar to cocaine now.” Really? What white powdery food is he sniffing? I don’t know about you, Mr. Scientist, but I chew my food. This is just another excuse to use for all the obese people out there. Before you know it, there will be half-way houses for the obese and cleansing addiction clinics where they can go through their food withdrawal symptoms and discuss their problems at Caloric Crackers Anonymous (CCA).

Common people. How many excuses do we need to make for our actions? You are obese because you ate your way to obesity, don’t use the excuse that you were an addict and couldn’t help but put the food in your mouth. Take a stance and change what you have control over instead of handing your control over to an excuse of addiction.

  1. March 30, 2010 at 6:31 pm

    LOL CALORIE CRACK! How do you make up this shit?

  2. March 31, 2010 at 1:20 am

    @Anonymous, we have sent in a suggestion to UrbanDictionary.com regarding our new made up word, Caloric Crack. Be sure to check it out soon!

  3. April 2, 2010 at 3:25 pm

    This article is making me hungry for a Big Stud Texas steak and one or two Idaho potatoes, corn, butter (lots of it), a bottle of Chianti, and a South African lobster tail. All with the company of my brother law, the one with Turrets Syndrome. After all, I am lonely and on a diet.

  4. April 22, 2010 at 6:15 pm

    how can they even compare the two?

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