I stumbled across a YouTube video titled Maine USA Taste Test, it comes from a YouTube channel called My Virgin Kitchen. It's a channel started by Barry Lewis from Bristol, England. He created the channel to learn how to cook and share his experiences.
Sometimes he has no filters. It's like the microphone (or camera) isn't even on. Sadly, you get to bear witness to it today as Jon James bares more than just his soul in this review of potato chips and fries. As his physique and this review will attest, he's not on a low carb diet.
The question millions of viewers to these reviews ask me is: Why do you eat so much?
Well, it's because, basically, I'm a swine. A bottomless pit. A chow hound. I'm not sure about that last one. The bottom line is, I like food more than just about anything, save for my family and friends. Don't worry, I'm not a cannibal.
The first time I brought a bag of "Dark Russet" gourmet kettle chips, Mac Dickson told me I got ripped off, saying they were nothing more than burnt chips they decided to market as a special product. I denied the possibility of that.
It's time for the good old end of the year review. 2013 is all done for the exception of a few fleeting hour that remain. Next year, will hopefully be as good if not even better as this one. So looking back on 2013, it was quite a year. Here are some of the highlights of 2013 from my life.
In recent days, rumors have circulated that Fall Out Boy would be reuniting for a performance on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live,' but they're actually gearing up for a full-blown comeback, with a summer tour, a new album, and a new single! Like most classic Fall Out Boy tunes, this one has a ridiculously long title: 'My Songs Know What You Did in the Dark (Light Em Up).'