“Do As I Say, Not As I Do”

You should eat right and exercise.  But I get my own special rules since I’m the so-called “fitness expert”…

I don’t watch a whole lot of TV, but when I feel the occasional urge to plop down in front of the tube, I enjoy “reality” shows such as How It’s Made and John Ratzenberger’s Made In America.  (something about those computerized production lines really gets me fired up)

I had some free time in my schedule today so I figured it only made sense to take a trip over to the nearby Herr’s factory where they make all kinds of tasty (read: fatty/salty) snack foods.  Even got to taste a sample of their rippled potato chips still hot from the fryer.  I honestly don’t know that I ever tasted such a good potato chip.  If it wasn’t for the negative physical impact of such snack foods, I’d be tempted to trade in my lean beef, egg-whites and spinach for a greasy bag o’ chips and a Hungry Man frozen dinner (salisbury steak, anyone?).

Next time, I’ll think I’ll just take my own advice.

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