A Fat Scheme?

I love irony. I also love a good conspiracy theory. I finally found the epitome of both! The woman who brought you…

-Deep Fried Butter Balls

-Velveeta Chocolate Fudge

-Deep Fried Cheesecake

-The Donut Bacon Egg Sandwich

-The Twinkie Pie

-Deep Fried Lasagna

-Krispy Kreme Bread Pudding

…has been diagnosed with diabetes. How is this possible!? Paula Deen has type 2 diabetes! Never saw that one coming…

Now I’m not saying diabetes is hilarious, but let’s take a look at the hilarious turn of events. Paula Deen puts out cookbooks and TV shows with the most ridiculously, delicious looking, fatty recipes around. She makes millions of dollars and even goes on the redneck version of cribs. She eats her face off for years…until one day…She says she has diabetes. Then she says that she hid her diabetes for years.

Then she announces a multi-million dollar spokesperson deal with the pharmaceutical company Novo Nordisk A/S to pitch…you guessed it, a diabetes drug!

She then says she isn’t changing her diet because it wasn’t her diets fault. Hmm…The best part of this whole ordeal was Anthony Bourdain chiming in. Let me preface this by saying I think Anthony Bourdain is a huge douchebag tool normally, but this time he was pretty funny. In the past he said Paula was the “most dangerous person in America.” His latest comment towards her was “thinking of getting into the leg-breaking business so I can profitably sell crutches later.” Major burn. I say this is all one big conspiracy and the whole thing was Paula’s original plan from the start.


One response

  1. Paula Deen has always said that her recipes should be eaten in moderation and I don’t think she ate “her face off for years” because if she had, she would be as big or bigger than my wife right now. In reality she isn’t that fat and she certainly isn’t fat enough for her weight to be the cause of her disease.

    The biggest factor in developing type 2 diabetes is genetics. If you have a family history of it then there is almost nothing you can do. You might be able to stave it off for a few years and improve your quality of life through proper diet and regular exercise but in the end, there is an 80% chance that it will get you. Don’t believe all the hype about how you can avoid diabetes when you are genetically predisposed to it.

    BTW, I totally agree with you about Anthony Bourdain. He’s got a face and an attitude that makes you want to just beat the shit out of him but his comment was kind of funny.
    As for this being a conspirisy; well it could be. Everyone has a agenda and everyone has got to have some kind of an angle even fat people.

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