I want to preface this post with a big bold “If you’re reading this post then it’s probably not about you.” If you’re uncomfortable with probably know that it’s about a 98% chance this isn’t about you or that you’re good enough at disguising yourself online that I don’t know that this post is about you and in this specific case those two things are essentially the same. Got it? So in the words of my favorite UMD crazy sorority girl, ” tie yourself down to whatever chair you’re sitting in, because this is going to be a rough* ride.”
As I mentioned about a week ago, this blog is now without ambassador logos. I’ll let you use your imagination as to which I’m speaking of at the moment but there’s that same 98% chance that it’s the one you’re thinking of, we’re all smart people and I’d imagine we all understand that I’m going to be a little intentionally vague here to avoid getting myself into trouble with this post.
*Yea, ok, so I cut out the f-bomb right there.**It’s not. And if you’re consuming all of your protein for a day out of powder, perhaps you might want to stop using the #CLEANEATS hashtag or perhaps you shouldn’t judge people for getting fast food sometimes because most of those powders are big tubs of chemicals. They’re no better than my processed chicken nuggets (and don’t say you’re mixing it with fruits and veggies so it’s better. And before you say “But it’s vegan!” re-read the part of this post about Oreos, mmmkay). And obviously not everyone participating in twitter chats eats like this. I just feel like there’s a constant display of humblebragging/one upping on who is being the healthiest at chat time and it often feels really, really fake.