Friday, December 12, 2008

"fat free"


"you know, I think you're putting on weight" "but that fried chicken I've been eating exclusively was fat free!" "in quotation marks?" "crap."
thanks Alan.

7 comments:

Freelance Writer said...

wahts with the quotation mark jsut above the P on stove top? is that a newly made up rule or something?

What's the point of fat free fried chicken, if thats what it really is, when your eating fried potatoes and fried salad? doesn't that just negate the whole purpose?

.::Anonymous::. said...

so I just came across this bad boy and the fact that there are enough instances of this to make a fully functioning blog is hilarious. thank you =)

Heather said...

How can you even HAVE fat free fried chicken? The very definition of it would require to have fat to cook it in. Maybe these were used correctly!

Meeg said...

There's clearly no such thing as fat free fried chicken.

And it seems like a lot of these also feature close quotes with no open quotes.

malika the m.i.l.f. said...

this reminds me of the "lower fat" muffins and cake offered at starbucks. i used to work there and i know firsthand that the trick was that it had less fat than the regular stuff. people that lie about this kind of thing should be hung by their toenails and made to eat their "fat free" food until they go up a couple of sizes.

meg said...

yeah but that doesn't even say low-fat or anything...it says fat free! I wonder if it's fried in carbonite or something. Mmmm crunchy.

Amy @ Experience Imagination said...

Meanwhile, what is "Waterless Cookwear"?