Okay, we know you guys think so. (And you think she’s both evil and fat.) And according to friend of the blog Ken Wheaton, Anthony Bourdain called her evil publicly. Why? Because of her Dunkin’ Donuts endorsement:
Bourdain told Outside magazine, “I’m not a very ethical guy. I don’t have a lot of principles. But somehow that seems to me over the line. Juvenile diabetes has exploded. Half of Americans don’t have necks. And she’s up there saying, ‘Eat some [bleeping] Dunkin’ Donuts. You look great in that swimsuit – eat another doughnut!’ That’s evil.”
So, what do you think? Is her Dunkin’ Donuts endorsement, in fact, evil? Should Dunkin’ Donuts instead hire Anthony Bourdain to say, “Hey no-neck, put a cover-up on over that swimsuit!” (Dunkin’ Donuts does not make cake donuts, as I discovered when I tried to find one in New England. If it is not a cake donut with frosting and sprinkles, it is not worth eating, as far as I’m concerned.) Anyway, my obvious answer to this question is that donuts are not inherently evil. Rachael Ray, I’m not so sure about.
(You can find her side of the story here.)
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