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Dunkin Donuts Commercial: Gluttony and Sloth are Fun Again!

Tuesday, April 14, 2009 Posted by Peter Janiszewski, PhD
I hope all our readers had a relaxing Easter weekend.

For Travis and I, this weekend has been a bit stressful on account of a final exam in our graduate course which happens tomorrow. Thus, please forgive today's and tomorrow's short post.

Nevertheless, while short, today's post should be just enough to make your blood boil - as it did to me when I first saw the commercial last week.

Oh no, the children are in a catatonic trance watching television - not so good for energy expenditure. But have no fear, because dad is here with some nutritious food - that's right a box of donuts! Hooray to a healthy lifestyle consisiting of laziness followed by some sweet gluttony:)

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Peter

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