Are you so confused, you might even consider eating a potato?
Well, there's no need to resort to that kind of craziness. The shrinks are riding to the rescue with a radical new solution: "Stop noshing, try brainwashing."
- A group of students was asked to fill out forms about food experiences and preferences. Some of the subjects were then given a computer analysis that falsely said they had become sick from eating strawberry ice-cream as children.
Almost 20 percent later agreed in a questionnaire that strawberry ice-cream had made them sick.
But if you ask him, these folks just need to drink more (about 28 shots a week ought to do it). And Red Panda don't mean that low-carb swill. — Red Panda, Secretary of Health and Human Services, Light Reading