“Words are, of course, the most powerful drug used by mankind.” – Rudyard Kipling
So Fresh and So Clean
Trying to figure out how to eat right can be mind-boggling. One day you’re told fat is bad; the next, you’re told fat is good, but carbs and gluten are bad for you.
And don’t try to do the research yourself because, for every article you read about how great a fad diet or superfood is, you’ll find ten more that debunk the science behind it. Plus, you have to read between the lines. If a “health expert” is trying to push a supplement or protein powder on you, you may want to proceed with caution and skepticism.
Regardless of what eating lifestyle you subscribe to, it probably won’t be BAD for you, even if it doesn’t prove to be effective… right? What could go wrong trying to eat “clean”?
A few things, apparently, as suggested by these health experts.
I think I’ll just stick with my coffee-and-wine diet.
If you’re a journalist, you have to have a thick skin and be prepared for just about anything.
Humans are an unpredictable bunch and can be especially volatile or erratic when other humans step into their personal space… which is precisely what journalists get paid to do.
Odd behavior seems to be particularly prevalent when dealing with celebrities. Maybe it’s because they are off-kilter in the first place. Maybe it’s because they have everyone from the paparazzi to fans continuously probing them. Maybe they snap or get snarky in an interview because they don’t like the questions being asked.
Or maybe they just woke up that particular day and decided not to give two shi**s.
Whatever the case, it can be thoroughly entertaining for the viewer. Here are some of the funniest and best celebrity responses to basic journalist questions.
A haircut a day, keeps dementia away.
Watch this barber’s plan to spread happiness to the elderly.