Believe it or not, even during the tremendous lulls of this site where there were no updates there were plenty of ideas and half-written articles. Sorting thought my archives I came across one that stood out as a truly, truly, terrible idea. This was originally designed to be an article series, in some way, attempting to illustrate how terrible fast food is for you to eat, especially on a consistent basis. This, of course, is a relatively pointless message to try to convey. You’d have to be an idiot to think eating any of that crap is actually a good idea. There’s more studies and information about the dangers of fast, cheap, and processed foods out there that anything that I would do or say would only come off as either redundant or preachy.
That’s actually only part of the reason. The idea was, to ‘review’ each new fast food sandwich or product that came out and describe in detail the after-effects of consuming said product would be. The name of this article series, because I thought after eating some of these sandwiches that it was a real possibility I was going to die, was ‘Fast Food Suicide.’ Now, I’m not a paragon of health and fitness, but I don’t normally eat a lot of fast food. My general tendency is to cook my own meals at home, and in general I don’t eat a lot of extremely fatty or salty foods. I don’t even have cheese or breads that often. This is actually the perfect storm for fast food to come in and thoroughly wreak havoc on my guts. Thus there were some pros and cons to consider in such a writing endeavor.
– Could be humorous.
– Could serve as a warning.
– Could deter sales of certain fast-food products.
– I’d have to actually eat this crap.
– In addition I’d have to actually pay money to eat this crap.
– The after-effects are not always super unpleasant, but when they are… oh buddy.
– Do people really want to know in great detail that the triple baconator nearly made me die in the bathroom?
In the end, I did try four new fast food products. Below are the actual reviews I wrote up for three of them. The fourth I tried was that double-chicken sandwich that KFC made, but I never wrote a review for it. Forgive me for anything that is written beyond this point, and may god have mercy on my soul.