Savored or swallowed?

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16 Responses to Savored or swallowed?

  1. fireflight says:

    “Hi welcome to mcdonalds may I take your order.”

    Perfect.

  2. brianmc says:

    Are D & C inverted, or is that just my love of fast food winning out? :)

  3. Cithoge says:

    The synethesia one is brilliant. Well played!

    Also, woo: long-time reader, first-time poster! xD

  4. Chaz says:

    Synesthesia > fast food.

    Your mileage may vary; please consult your doctor to see if synesthesia is right for you.

  5. bj says:

    I am laughing out loud about the synesthesia one- just brilliant and hilarious and somewhat mean to those poor people who experience it.

  6. Sometimes, however, I have a synesthetic experience upon ordering the Chef’s Special and it’s such an art object, I can’t bear to eat it.

  7. Stripe says:

    When synesthesiacs say something sounds delicious, they Really Mean it.

    Tastes great, less filling.

  8. Jenn says:

    Do you want fries with that?

  9. demon says:

    This is not at ALL what i thought of when i read the title. anybody else think what i thought? no? guess its just me…

  10. kimberlee says:

    your blog is so clever! i love it, but how did you get it so popular? i just started one and i have no idea how to get people to see it…

  11. pat says:

    @ demon…I thought the same thing I think…

  12. Jenna says:

    The synesthesia comment made me smile, being one of a different kind. Well done. The only fast food that I think defies your low nutrient / low taste is Taco Bell ><;

  13. jen says:

    @demon and pat: I really wanted it to be about the thing you thought it was… IF you’re thinking of the same thing I was thinking of! ;)

  14. Jason says:

    What, no Soylent Green?

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