And waking up with a growling tummy.
Hope the waiter studied for his pop quiz on all things gluten.
No, it’s cool, you guys order pizza. I’m just gonna get some rice delivered.
Air. We eat air.
And you have to eat your muffins with a spoon.
Healthier, yeah. And a lot sadder.
Thank you, I wasn’t aware gluten-free brownies tasted like chalk. Why don’t you go eat some bread to mask the taste.
It’s like a gluten circus with a side of wheat clowns.
Sometimes you just need to bury your face in a dozen of Dunkin’s finest and forget the world.
No thanks, I had a salad for lunch. And breakfast.
And spotting poison in two seconds flat.
Thank god for Nutella, which you should start carrying in your back pocket in case of emergencies.
Sneaky, sneaky gluten.
Your attitude sucks, man.
And people who just want to cut back.
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FACT: Thanks to the President’s health care law, 3.1 million more young Americans under age 26 have health coverage. #progress
— Barack Obama (@BarackObama) July 2, 2012
Progress? Not so much. Citizens let President Obama know that “progress” doesn’t entail punitively taxing others, nor does it entail turning adults into dependent children.
— T Funk (@tfunk10) July 2, 2012
@BarackObama FACT: all those insured americans under 26 will have to fix an economy you couldn't a pay back a debt you more than doubled.
— Elisabeth McKnight (@bellatheblog) July 2, 2012
— Scott Robinson (@SAR1776) July 2, 2012
“@BarackObama: FACT: Thanks to my new blueberry blunts 3.1 million young Americans under age 26 can smoke like me " Barry u stay trippin
— Daddy Cool (@ScrapLotto) July 2, 2012
83% are unemployed “@BarackObama: Thanks to the President’s health care law, 3.1 million more young Americans under age 26 have coverage”
— Jason K (@JasonKilled) July 2, 2012
— Michael Mayer (@MichaelMayerVA) July 2, 2012
@BarackObama what about those like me who just turned 26? i'm paying taxes from my paycheck so others can have the healthcare i can't afford
— Zach Patten (@zpatten) July 2, 2012
— David (@DEH722) July 2, 2012
@BarackObama how many more people are are on food stamps and entitlements?
— Tyler Bryant (@TylerRisk) July 2, 2012
The DNC also had no luck when they retweeted the President’s tweet.
— JD York (@TripleDotter) July 2, 2012
@TheDemocrats and the middle class, who don't have insurance, because they can't afford it, now have to pay a yearly penalty & no insurance.
— Resist-Unlearn-Defy (@AlwaysResist) July 2, 2012
But, hey, the children are only 26 years old! Here’s a little tip for you, President Obama: Most people believe that if their children expect them to pay for their health insurance when they are 26 years old, then they have, you know, failed as parents.
Also, by insanely claiming that 26-year-old adults are still children, President Obama is punishing all working parents. But, then, he does think that parents are “punished” by children.
Why do you hate parents, President Obama?
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Some conservatives outraged over Google’s choice to feature a Cesar Chavez doodle instead of something Easter-related were especially angry because they mistook Cesar Chavez for the far more polarizing Hugo Chávez. March 31 is Cesar Chavez Day, not the late Hugo Chávez’s 86th birthday, as some have claimed.
It didn’t help that conservative Twitter watchdogs Twitchy, led by Michelle Malkin, misidentified the Google doodle in question as Hugo.
For people still confused about the difference between Hugo Chávez and Cesar Chavez, try Google. Or Bing!
Correction: Michelle Malkin’s tweet came after “Hugo Chávez” had been changed to “Cesar Chavez.” An earlier version of this post misstated the timing. (3/31)
Fab or drab?