Wednesday, July 13, 2005

Huffing?...or just smelling the desserty goodness?

Okay, to anyone that diets ... ya know the torture of not being allowed that desserty goodness ... or carby goodness ... or sugary goodness ... or alcohly goodness, right?! Right. It's HELL (curses to all ya'll naturally skinny people! CURSES!!).

So, could it not just be that this lady was having a "MUST. HAVE. WHIPPED. CREAM" attack and was simply inhaling the whipped creamery goodness in the hopes of satisfying said M.H.W.C. attack without actually eating any??? Ya know, the way one might do with say ... chocolate cake. Or a pan of fresh baked brownies. Or pizza. Or warm and melty chocolate chip cookies!! Or, or ...a full caloried Starbuck's mocha frappuccino! Or a basket of fresh. warm. french. bread. with. whipped. garlic. butter. MMMMMM.......

(oh, where was I???)

Oh, right, right ..... so what do you think?

Psychologist Arrested for Huffing in Store
Wednesday, July 13, 2005
WEST HARTFORD, Conn. — An expert in eating disorders collapsed in a supermarket after inhaling propellant from whipped cream cans, according to police.
Lisa G. Berzins, a prominent psychologist who has been on national television and radio shows and in newspaper articles, was arrested on a warrant Friday charging her in the May 29 incident, The Hartford Courant reported.
Berzins, 49, has a practice in West Hartford. She has written and lectured on eating disorders, female development, sex roles and self-esteem, according a speaker's biography from the American Psychological Association.

Yeah, probably not, huh?! ... hehe.

Poor her. The inhaling of the desserty goodness I can get behind .... not so much with the huffing. Well, unless it's on yarn. Right, T?

2 comments:

T1 said...

Why you gotta poke fun? You know you sniff the yarn too.

Sis said...

Ummm. I gotta say she could have actually bought the whipped cream and huffed it in her own home. Geez. Now we have to worry about our whipped cream being tainted by someone else's nose? That is just too much. What is this world coming to?

Oh yeah. Huffing is bad. Bad. (Especially if you are contaminating someone else's whipped cream.)