1. Always post the rules.
2. Answer the questions the person who tagged you gave you and write 11 new questions.
…I’m probably not gonna do that second part…
3. Tag 11 people and link them to the post.
…or this part…
4. Let them know you’ve tagged them.
…but I will be answering the questions!
1. Fuck, marry, kill: Emma Stone, Rebel Wilson, Taylor Swift?
I would definitely marry Emma Stone and kill T-Swift, but would it be okay if I just hung out with Rebel Wilson?
2. Dream car?
A 1981 DeLorean DMC-12.
3. Burial or cremation?
Cremation over burial, but ideally I’d donate my body science (or a really talented taxidermist.)
4. How do you feel about the obesity epidemic?
Obesity is definitely a public health issue. The “epidemic” (I’m not a fan of that term for some reason) is the combined result of personal behaviors, corporate marketing, a small amount of genetic inclinations, and ultimately a culture that prefers convenience over effort. The U.S. has just become a giant fat-people factory. The gap in pricing between junk food and anything remotely healthy in the U.S. can be one reason for this (“would I rather pay $1.50 or 2 bell uncooked bell peppers from Ralph’s or just hit up Del Taco on a Tuesday and get 500 tacos for dinner?”) The cultural obsession with minimizing all possible time-wasting that comes with moving is another factor (“oh my god if I park this far from the building I’m going to have to walk like 2 whole minutes!”) We have to force children to move in schools and eat right while parents fiercely fight to protect their right to be immobile turds, because this is the land of the free, where life, liberty, and the pursuit of Hot Cheetos are guaranteed to all children. Turn on the TV right now and you can’t go one commercial break without hearing the glorious praises of bacon. Don’t get me wrong I enjoy bacon (in moderation), but my point is that it’s just easy to be unhealthy. It’s almost encouraged. There is also a mess of misinformation on what’s important in a diet out there. Balance is, and always will be key. People just fixate on counting calories when they plan on losing weight. Not many people focus on what’s comprising those calories, how much fiber is a meal, what actual nutrients are in their food, or what kind of fats they’re eating. Fat has just become such a bad word when it comes to food labels. A large chunk of the issue is from over consumption of simple carbohydrates. I mean, even corn in America has been highly subsidized as an electoral sop to farmers has flooded the market with cheap, high-calorie high fructose corn syrups that is dumped into every edible good despite all the studies and statistics verifying it to be garbage. I’m just rambling now though, I’ll move on to the next question.
5. 3 Celebrities you feel should go away? I’ll let your imagination run wild with the term “go away”.
Honey Boo Boo, Honey Boo Boo’s mom, and Martha Stewart.
6. #1 Bucket list item?
Road trip to Vegas with my old college roommates.
7. If a movie was created about your life, who would you want to play you?
Kal Penn. He’s brown, I’m brown.
8. Who would win in a fight: Al Bundy or Homer Simpson?
Homer Simpson for sure. No matter how terrible The Simpsons becomes it somehow manages to still survive on Fox. Firefly and Arrested Development couldn’t even win against the fat man.
9. Jonas Brothers or One Direction? There will be some judgement.
Ummm, let’s call it a tie.
10. Weirdest thing you’ve ever ate?
Probably ostrich. Or glue.
11. Guilty pleasure?
I’m currently very much addicted to playing Candy Crush. I always lower the brightness down to zero and cover the screen with my body as much as possible while in public.
I’m not a playa I just crush a lot.