Food, glorious food!

Here we go again: a man in North Carolina found a severed finger in his frozen custard. And apparently this one's legit because one of the employees admitted to losing the finger. Clarence Stowers was Mr. Lucky when he discovered the dessert he bought from Kohl's Frozen Custard Sunday night had an extra bonus.

Now I know this might gross some of you out, but I'm loving this so you gotta read his quote:

"I thought it was candy because they put candy in your ice cream ... to make it a treat. So I said, 'OK, well, I'll just put it in my mouth and get the ice cream off of it and see what it is.'"

That's awesome. How many of you have ever done that while eating ice cream? My next question would be how many of you will ever do that with your ice cream again? Maybe these latest food mishaps will cause the public to stop going out to eat so much. But most of us are delusional when it comes to what we actually put into our mouths. Honestly, have you ever really thought about where your food comes from? Who's handled it and how has it been prepared? If you were to think about it long and hard about it, you'd probably die from starvation.

So what's the big deal about the finger? Come on, it was like finding the prize in a box of Captain Crunch. Old Clarence will get a nice payout, which he can use to buy a new car or house or something, all because he was the lucky one. You are what you eat, I guess.

I had two hot dogs at the golf course yesterday. 'Nuff said.