Tuesday, December 01, 2009

Decisions, Decisions: Pop Tart Redux

Those who have followed my blog for a long time know my affection for Pop Tarts and junk food,
and my admiration for celebrities that know its value.

I've worked in construction for nearly 30 years now. I know the location of every Taco Bell, Burger King, McDonald's, Denny's, and AM-PM with two for a dollar hot dogs in the Phoenix metropolitan area. If I ever retire and stop eating lunch on the road I'll let you know so you can dump your stocks in those companies.

Sometimes its hard to decide where to eat. I've finally found something to help me out: A flow chart. (Click on the image to embiggen, then when it opens, put your mouse pointer on it and click on the little + magnifying glass...I know, its a lot of work, but look at it like you got a cyber-work out.)
A "Breakfast Cereal" flow chart can also be found HERE


deb said...

That's hilarious, especially how that French Laundry logo sits floating in the middle, unattached to anything. You can't GET there from here. haha.

I think the cereal edition is perhaps even funnier. You know those "Zits" cartoons in which Jeremy eats a box of cereal the size of a refrigerator in one sitting? That's my teen son. He'll enjoy the cereal poster.

あじ said...

I'm a ninja! Just kidding.

Your podcasts and blog have been really helpful to me. Thank you.

Anonymous said...

Do the Scientologists know about these amazing gourmandization guidance tools?

margaret said...

Pop Tart Redux would be a great blog name!

I can't get the chart to embiggen enough but it's a hoot from what I can see. And I have to agree totally with your linked post - I grew up on Frosties with full-fat milk or full-fat yogurt and 2 slices of toast with real butter and I wasn't fat nor was any kid I knew.

deb said...

Actually, "Pop Tart Redux" would be a great band name, too.

Mimi said...

I love it!

David T said...

I was a little slow on the uptake regarding the Marty McFly reference in the cereal flowchart, but thoughts of my recent inability to find the truly wonderful French Toast Crunch finally clued me in.