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These CAN'T taste good . . . right?
Oreos just released a new, limited-time flavor for the summer. And it is . . . WATERMELON-FLAVORED OREOS. Yes, Watermelon Oreos.
They use the vanilla cookies, not the traditional chocolate ones. And in between you get cream that's half pink, half green, and all watermelon-y.
By all rights, this should be disgusting . . . but the early reviews online are POSITIVE. The website JunkFoodGuy.com described it as, quote, "a watermelon taste like it had been blended with cream. Imagine a watermelon ice cream."
They're $3 a package, but you can only get Watermelon Oreos at Target, and just for the summer.
Two men walking along a dirt road in Russia came upon a red fox with its head stuck in a glass jar. The fox walked toward them, and one of the men bent down to help. He grabbed the jar, pulled the scruff of the animal's neck and freed it.
There aren't many people who make you feel worthless like JARED FROM SUBWAY. This guy got ENORMOUS, lost weight eating subs . . . and now he could BUY and SELL all of us.
It's been 15 years since Jared Fogle started losing weight by eating Subway twice a day. And now, according to reports, his net worth is $15 MILLION.
Jared's NEVER had another job in his life. He was a student at Indiana University when he went from 425 pounds to 180 pounds in a year eating Subway. He wrote to "Men's Health" about it, Subway saw it, and hired him immediately.
Since then he's been their spokesperson and poster boy. He has a card that gets him free Subway anywhere, and a contract where they fly him first class all over the world for appearances and talks.
And to Subway, Jared's $15 million is a bargain. They modeled their whole brand around Jared . . . presenting Subway as a HEALTHY alternative to fast food. And they give him a TON of credit for their huge sales jump.
After his first Subway commercial, sales went up 20%. In the 15 years he's been with the company their sales have gone from $3 billion a year to $11.5 billion. But still . . . THIS effing guy is richer than all of us?
There's a new diet floating around that promises you can lose weight by eating nothing but DELICIOUS MACARONI AND CHEESE. But there's a major downside. Afterwards, you may NEVER want mac and cheese again.
The diet is called the Boredom Diet. Basically, the principle is that if you eat only one food, eventually you'll get sick of it and eat less.
Researchers studied the diet by having one group of women eat NOTHING but mac and cheese, and another group eat normal food.
They found that after just one week, the group eating mac and cheese was eating an average of 100 calories less per meal than the other group. Over time, that's going to lead to weight loss.
But it's gradual weight loss . . . and really, could you eat nothing but mac and cheese or any other single food for six months or a year?