Donut Queen: What A Strange World We Live In

By Laura Moncur @ 6:40 am — Filed under:

Donut QueenThis photo of a donut queen from Found in Moms Basement just highlights bad food to me. Every day I am bombarded with images of beautiful people eating food that is poison to me. Some reptilian part of my brain believes that if I eat that food, I would be thin and beautiful, too.

Maybe I could even be the Donut Queen.

The saddest thing is, the Donut Queen doesn’t become the queen by eating the donuts. She becomes the queen because she DOESN’T eat the donuts.

Donut Queen via FlickrIf you think this is a fluke, this Donut Queen thing went on for quite some time. I’ve seen photos from 1948-1951.

In fact, National Donut Week is still an event in the UK, supporting The Children’s Trust. Buying donuts to help children is an oxymoron. It would be better to just donate the money to The Children’s Trust outright than to go through a middleman like a donut bakery.

If you want to help people, donate money directly to them.

If you want to be the donut queen, you can never eat donuts.

What a strange world we live in.


One Response to “Donut Queen: What A Strange World We Live In”

  1. Kim Says:

    How about the Hardees/Carl’s JR ads? Are we really supposed to believe that these girls EAT these burgers? The only reason they got to be a “Carl’s Jr Girl” is by NOT eating Carl’s JR. And don’t even get me started on the sexual nature of these ads. (there’s a reason why my children don’t watch much TV…geez…)

    (BTW: I just found your blog…and I’m so glad I did it! Love it!!)

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