My friend Mandie is the World’s Biggest Book Pusher. She pushed an author by the name of Jennifer Crusie on me and man, I love her for it. She’s taught me about the truth about donuts and muffins.
A muffin is good for us, they’re fulfilling, they’re neat and tidy and you don’t get stuck with the icky mess that donuts leave behind. They’re better for us then donuts are but no one really wants to keep muffins around, not when they could have donuts and all it’s bad for you gooeyness…
Some celebrity muffins would be:
Dr. Phil (hey he was hot when he was younger, wayyyy younger)
Now donuts are where it’s at…it’s a weakness for women, because donuts aren’t good for you and they go straight to your hips. We know that they’re no good for us, but that makes donuts appeal to us more then the muffins. They’re like the forbidden fruit that we can’t help but want. And once you have a donut, you want more and more.
Some celebrity donuts would be:
The appeal for donuts is something that women will battle all their lives. Everyone is drawn to donuts, the whole forbidden fruit element is there and the temptation is much stronger when you’ve got a donut wiggling his goods in front of you…me personally, I love donuts I’m addicted to them and can’t help wanting them, I know they’re no good for me and will probably come back to haunt me later on, but I don’t care, guys like a little junk in their trunk, right? Donuts know how to keep the party going, we’ll never be bored. Could anyone really be happy with a muffin for the rest of their lives? I mean, you know what they say about reformed rakes, they make the best husbands right? Hmm, something to ponder. Unfortunately, I’m really hungry from all this food talk, so I’ll leave you guys pondering that bit.
Krispy Kreme is calling my name.