Friday, February 17, 2006

Blue really is an appetite suppressant!

I'm sure we've all heard that the color blue's supposed to be an appetite suppressant. This page explains it.

As an example of what blue and black do to the appetite, the author showed this sushi.



And it really does work on me! It worked even better when the author mentioned that the pink is....SPAM!!!

Y'all can thank me for helping you with your diets in any way you please... ;-)

16 comments:

Blogzie said...

These look like Rice Krispy Treats on acid.

x0x0x

Tai said...

but BLUEberries are WONDERFUL!

Carie said...

lol I thought of rice krispy treats to when I first saw them...lol defiantly made me not want to eat ;o)

BostonPobble said...

um...what ARE those?

Trudy Booty Scooty said...

ewwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww Ok...my stomach turned.

bleck I don't want to know what that is

Carol said...

Rice, seaweed and SPAM... YUMMY! :-)

cats said...

blogzie, i was thinking the same thing, excpet i love rice krispy treats!

Jon-Marc said...

It actually looks like Cookie Monster gone through a meat grinder with his tongue intact. Gross I know, but that's what I thought of.

I hope you are well, Cracker. One day we need to get together for coffee or a drink. After all, we both live in the same wonderful city.

Much love,

Jon-Marc

kath said...

hmmm yes.. thank you fror the help with the diet!

LOL if only i can picture most food as blue, that should do it!

sttropezbutler said...

I haven't had my breakfast yet!

STB

Dr. Deborah Serani said...

OMG, you are right!!!

;)
Deb

Ruben said...

Who knew that blue could be so brutal.

SassyFemme said...

I thought they looked like Rice Krispy Treats, too! Well, either that or Smurf food. ;)

The Fat Lady Sings said...

I'm with Blogzie on this - Good God - I wouldn’t want to eat those no matter what color they were! Though I must say - lunch is looking less and less attractive, at the moment - so I'm guessing the theory works. Ever heard George Carlin's riff on blue food?

Spider Girl said...

It's true about blue.

I just can't eat pancakes with blue food colouring in them. Or green. Or pink actually. (It was at a daycare).

And I also went to a birthday party for the elderly father of a friend. Inexplicably all the bread for the sandwiches was dyed blue. What's with that?

Barbara said...

Dye food blue as a weight loss tactic? Hmm, well, it's cheaper than Jenny Craig. LOL