What’s more, posting everything you eat on instagram doesn’t make you a restaurant critic…it makes you a douche.
Don’t get me wrong, I love some bacon. And during the bacon craze (also known as the brussel sprout era), I took pictures of pretty much anything related to bacon. So what’s the difference between me and you, Mr. Douche? One thing, and this is the guideline for today’s lesson:
I genuinely loved food and anything that might be considered a “food snob” or “foodie” before everyone in the world jumped on that train. Yes, seriously. When i was 6 and asked to draw a picture of my favorite food, I drew a picture of an artichoke and a jar of capers, because I couldn’t decide which I liked better. This is a true story- you can ask Ms. Eve, my 1st grade teacher. I’m sure she thought about calling Child Protective Services for lack of pizza-eating.
So it boils down to this: If you have an appreciation for food that goes beyond taking pictures and eating whatever you want without regard for your heart, waistline, and overall health, you’re NOT a douche.
It also might help if you actually cook once in a while, too.