The Special Gay Diet: John Kellogg Resurrected

The Special Gay Diet: John Kellogg Resurrected


A butt disposal in front of a no smoking sign?
This kind of insanity belongs in a mental hospital!


Oh wait…

A butt disposal in front of a no smoking sign?
This kind of insanity belongs in a mental hospital!


Oh wait…


ateonpurpose:

PC: The Decadent Chocolate Soda
This was a bad idea.
Every year, Jones Soda Co. makes a holiday pack and each year there’s some gag flavor that’s awful: gravy, turkey, etc. They’re a fun little gag thing. 
This is not a fun gag thing. This is a downright cruel joke of a beverage, something you’ll give as a present to a person you never want to speak to again. 
PC isn’t known for it’s pop. They’re basically a house brand, making slightly cheaper versions of pop that basically taste the same (all pop tastes the same to me, anyway). In so many words, they’re the generic painkiller to Pepsi’s Advil. 
You’d think chocolate pop would taste bad. You’d be wrong, it tastes worse than that. It doesn’t even taste like either, really. Served neat, it tastes like off brand chocolate syrup mixed with stale club soda. On the rocks, it’s sickly sweet, with a weird burnt aftertaste. Because it’s carbonated, it has this strange texture: chocolate isn’t supposed to be fizzy. And the chocolate-tasting burps it’s giving me aren’t helping, either.
The gag Jones Sodas come in small bottles and as part of a pack. This thing comes in a massive one litre bottle. I found it sitting on top of a bunker by frozen Dim Sum entrees and frozen turkeys. When I bought it, I wondered why it was stashed away over there; this wasn’t anywhere near the pop. 
After having a glass, I think I know why: this awful, awful drink is enough to turn anyone away from fizzy drinks.
 I suspect the PC Chocolate Soda is only here for the holiday season. I hope so, anyway. It’s the perfect gift for someone you don’t care about.
What I paid: $0.99 for a one-litre bottle

What’d I do with it: threw it in the trash

ateonpurpose:

PC: The Decadent Chocolate Soda

This was a bad idea.

Every year, Jones Soda Co. makes a holiday pack and each year there’s some gag flavor that’s awful: gravy, turkey, etc. They’re a fun little gag thing. 

This is not a fun gag thing. This is a downright cruel joke of a beverage, something you’ll give as a present to a person you never want to speak to again. 

PC isn’t known for it’s pop. They’re basically a house brand, making slightly cheaper versions of pop that basically taste the same (all pop tastes the same to me, anyway). In so many words, they’re the generic painkiller to Pepsi’s Advil. 

You’d think chocolate pop would taste bad. You’d be wrong, it tastes worse than that. It doesn’t even taste like either, really. Served neat, it tastes like off brand chocolate syrup mixed with stale club soda. On the rocks, it’s sickly sweet, with a weird burnt aftertaste. Because it’s carbonated, it has this strange texture: chocolate isn’t supposed to be fizzy. And the chocolate-tasting burps it’s giving me aren’t helping, either.

The gag Jones Sodas come in small bottles and as part of a pack. This thing comes in a massive one litre bottle. I found it sitting on top of a bunker by frozen Dim Sum entrees and frozen turkeys. When I bought it, I wondered why it was stashed away over there; this wasn’t anywhere near the pop. 

After having a glass, I think I know why: this awful, awful drink is enough to turn anyone away from fizzy drinks.

I suspect the PC Chocolate Soda is only here for the holiday season. I hope so, anyway. It’s the perfect gift for someone you don’t care about.

What I paid: $0.99 for a one-litre bottle

What’d I do with it: threw it in the trash


The groom shooting himself. Omg

The groom shooting himself. Omg


People who don’t know how to behave in restaurants

People who don’t know how to behave in restaurants



Does anyone else find it funny how Orkin sponsored this?

Does anyone else find it funny how Orkin sponsored this?


I need to go to this

I need to go to this


Need this pillow

Need this pillow


Yule Is Coming!!!!

Yule Is Coming!!!!


I don’t know what to think of this.

I don’t know what to think of this.


I can’t believe this exists

I can’t believe this exists


Can I sue for malpractice?

In 2009, I went to emergency room with a loss of “cognitive dissonance.”
Within five hours preceding this, I had eaten a large amount of soda and fast food.
At the emergency room, they tested my blood sugar to see if I was diabetic, and my blood sugar was under 4mM, which is considered hypoglycemia, which I found weird considered I had eaten a lot of sugar.
This was the not first blood sugar test I’d had, and previous ones had also shown my blood sugar low.
They did not give me glucose/dextrose. They prescribed me with Ativan and Cellexa and sent me to a psychriatrist.
At the psychitrist, I was in my right mind again, and told them I only get anxiety and such after eating. I told them I thought there was something wrong with my digestive system.
They told me that was not possible.
I asked two other doctors as well to send me to a digestive specialist, but they told me I was mentally ill.
The psychiatrist prescribed me Olanzapine and Mirtazapine and told me I was bipolar.
I told them I still couldn’t eat, and they told me I was lying, because both Olanzapine and Mirtazapine make you hungry.
I told her eating just meat made me feel better. She said that was impossible.
I was referred to a bipolar specialist, and I told her the same thing, that I only had anxiety after eating.
Three years later in 2012, I found out I was missing something in my intestines that converts fructose into glucose, and that is why I got sick when I ate, and also why my blood sugar was always low.
The treatment was to go on a strict diet.
On this diet, I am fine.
I told 4 doctors to send me to a digestive specialist, and all 4 told me I was crazy.
Can I sue?

My jurisdiction is Ontario, Canada.