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Mish, loving life, does not love your fat kids. Yesterday she visited the Coca-Cola factory in Atlanta, and saw something that shocked her to her core – children on a field trip to a soda factory! She proceeded to post multiple photos of overweight children drinking soda (along with shocked and disgusted commentary about how they were daring to drink soda sample after soda sample) before asking the internet what is wrong with parents today:
Here’s the thing. I’m really not trying to offend. But don’t you think something’s wrong with this picture? We’re taking our children on school field trips to The Coca-Cola Factory and letting them run wild and bombard their bodies with cups and cups of sugary drinks all the while sending them the message that this is perfectly acceptable?
Aren’t we supposed to be educating our children on the benefits of a healthy body?
Aren’t we in some sort of “childhood obesity” crisis?
And these poor kids, they don’t know better. They never learned, obviously.
Maybe our schools should think of other educational field trips that don’t involve learning about the history of Coca-Cola and instead teach them more important things like health?
I wonder if it would be more acceptable to Mish if all the kids had been thin? Because the message here seems to be that fat kids should be in a classroom learning about salads rather than allowed to go to a soda factory with their peers.
Maybe Mish should have been taught that it’s not really acceptable to post pictures of kids on field trips for the purpose of shaming them about their soda consumption.
Raven, expert on men, is doing what many women do this time of year – striving to get that perfect “bikini body”. She has several bathing suit focused activities looming in the next month:
Which means I need to be skinny, like, yesterday.
I know, I know…it’s “politically correct” to say I “want to be healthy.”
Eff that. I want to be effing skinny.
And to that end, she has posted a brilliant plan to get into clavicle popping shape:
…I just don’t have time to do it the so-called “healthy” way. So this is my plan…
One protein shake, three times a day.
Solid food will not touch my lips for at least an entire month, if not more.
Telling readers “Any helpful tips to lose weight fast are welcomed” and reminding them that “health is currently not a factor”, she received suggestions to add “legal Speed” to her plan and the agreement from another that ”If my stomach isn’t eating it’s own insides, then it’s not working.”
Look, I’m a fatty who throws Cheez-Its at Special K commercials for making me feel guilty about my eating habits. But I know I can’t be in the minority in thinking this is a bit extreme, and squirming at all the women cheering her on and basically normalizing this idea.
Josh, man half of the sponsored family known as “Love Taza“, posted a picture of his daughter to instagram yesterday that caused a few people to ask “wtf”?
Apparently the image features his toddler daughter running about with Q-Tips sticking out of her ears:
The image obviously wound up sparking comments about the danger of “punctured little ear drums” because the entire point of the internet is to point out to people when they are basically celebrating their idiocy.
And also because who lets their toddler run around with crap stuck into their ears? I mean, really Josh. Come on.