Saturday, April 16, 2016

How Could I Be Hungry?

     A picture is worth a thousand words. We recently went to Costco. We were in the checkout line and, well, this just struck me as funny ...




13 comments:

DJan said...

It is pretty funny, all right. All that food and the book make for an interesting juxtaposition. :-)

Stephen Hayes said...

There must be a few things in tat cart to stop hunger. Funny picture.

Tabor said...

We are a mixed up wealthy society. We should have the problems of hunger! Yes, it is funny, but lately I have no sense of humor. Sorry.

Snowbrush said...

Yes, that's a good one.

Barbara - said...

In all fairness if you read the fine print, it has to do with dealing with cravings and eating healthy at the same time, something I try and know a little about (hello string cheese, cheese cubes and popcorn!!!)

I agree though about the picture.

Barbara said...

You just have to talk about hungry and I get hungry. Funny though, when I go to the store, nothing looks good, nothing makes me think about buying groceries to take home and cook a delicious meal. I'm always thinking what can I open to eat. Shame, shame.

joared said...

That is funny whatever the correlation between the book and the cart's contents with the person purchasing all. Would be interesting to know what that person's motivations were, but we can only speculate. Our conclusions may well be far from the reality.

Olga Hebert said...

There is feeding our bodies and then there is feeding our souls.

Heidrun Khokhar, KleinsteMotte said...

Perhaps the book is a gift? Cosco is quite the place to shop. I buy very little there but do get the occasional deal.

gigihawaii said...

Yup, that photo hit my funny bone.

#1Nana said...

I'm never hungry when I leave Costco. I fill up on the free samples!

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cdd37 said...

Yeah, on the surface it seems funny, but if you eat primarily carbohydrates, you'll be taking in a lot of calories, store many of them as fat (because those carbs stimulate the release of insulin, which is primarily a "fat-storage" hormone). Carbs also suppress the production of ghrelin, a hormone that gives you a feeling of satiety. So: eat lots of carbs, still feel hungry because of their effect on your hormones and, thus, gain weight. Nasty cycle that can be cured with a lower-carb lifestyle.