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Have reached point where believe nutritional ideal is to eat nothing at all, and that the only reason people eat is because they are so greedy they cannot stop themselves from breaking out and ruining their diets.” ― “Weight and body oppression is oppressive to everyone. I realized that I have spent so many years being on a diet that the idea that you might actually need calories to survive has been completely wiped out of my consciousness.When you live in a society that says that one kind of body is bad and and other is good, those with “good” bodies constantly fear that their bodies will go “bad”, and those with “bad” bodies are expected feel shame and do everything they can to have “good” bodies.
He also started writing a weekly humor column for the paper and began to develop his unique style. He then worked briefly as a copy editor at the Associated Press's Philadelphia bureau before joining Burger Associates, a consulting firm.
Barry has defined a sense of humor as "a measurement of the extent to which we realize that we are trapped in a world almost totally devoid of reason.
Laughter is how we express the anxiety we feel at this knowledge." Barry was born in Armonk, New York, where his father, David, was a Presbyterian minister.
"I'm partial to chocolate.""Gramma, you're diabetic.""I'm old, girl. Might as well be chocolate.” ― “He showed the words “chocolate cake” to a group of Americans and recorded their word associations. If that strikes you as unexceptional, consider the response of French eaters to the same prompt: “celebration.” ― “Yes, boys are a little like shoes.
I was enjoying a chocolatey cafe mocha when it occurred to me that to drink a mocha is to gulp down the entire history of the New World. If singing was a color, it would've been the color of that chocolate.” ― “Every now and then, I'll run into someone who claims not to like chocolate, and while we live in a country where everyone has the right to eat what they want, I want to say for the record that I don't trust these people, that I think something is wrong with them, and that they're probably - and this must be said - total duds in bed.” ― “As with most fine things, chocolate has its season.
– a young Mac Guyver of angst and junk food.” ― “So it's our discomfort - and even disgust - with the joy of eating that frightens us.