Natural Food For Thought

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6 Responses

  1. Emily says:

    Rofl – I’ve run into more than a few of those snobby peanut butter bitches, as well as a few others you described. This may be my favorite article.

  2. Alex says:

    “The store’s customers are primarily old hippies turned neo-yuppies and young neo-yuppies pretending to be neo-hippies. While some of the employees seem nice (or maybe just high), the majority of them come across as surly young men and women who, because they don’t yet have the money to join the ranks of their customers, feign a sort of frustrated superiority via aggressively touting the benefits of an organic lifestyle.” ….This is pure gold, Jon.

  3. Aaron says:

    ‘this formula contains the organic form of spirulina, which id important because it repairs cells on a cellular level’ ; Man, that sounds EXACTLY like the sort of horse shit some new aged naturopathic pharmacist wannabe would be peddling to assclowns who buy organic dental floss only! Kudos.

  4. Anonymous says:

    This knocked me right out of my chair, homeslice.

  5. Baroness says:

    This is my favorite post yet. I like it even better than the post (last year) that highlighted the “Sophie’s Choice” game you force your mother to play during family gatherings.

    • Jon says:

      Ah, Sophie’s Choice. Lmfao. I need to write a second article; one that explores the game in greater detail. And I’m glad you – and others – were a fan of the article above. Perhaps this issue needs additional exploration..

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