Tweeting 2011: My Year of Food Obsession Andy January 4, 2012 Comedy, Fast Food, Snacks Some people are awarded television shows to document their delicious travels and culinary journeys to exotic locales or highly regaled dining establishments much to the glee of Foodies and salivating everyday Joe’s alike. Who wouldn’t sell their soul to the Devil for a chance to switch places with gastronomic globetrotters Andrew Zimmerman or Anthony Bourdain? Heck, I would offer up body parts or internal organs if it meant just becoming the Chairman on Iron Chef America. (Dude still gets to eat!) Sadly, often the most exciting trek I make into the diverse world of food culminates in an idling car, moments away from receiving a greasy sack of preformed meat or if lucky, some type of fast food frozen treat named after a devastating weather event. But we who are given lemons must rally to see these sour offerings through to their full potential. While I do get to dine out and enjoy “High Society” on occasion, I like most, must play minesweeper with what there is to offer in the mass consumer consumption market today. Those who follow me on twitter know that I do so with a furious proficiency when it comes to Food. Ok, Ok, some have threatened restraining orders. But I just can’t seem to pass up an opportunity to tweet the light fantastic on just about anything edible. Food just seems to provide so much better fodder. Jumping on the already over capacity, end of year review bandwagon, I’ve picked my top 10 tweets from 2011 for your enjoyment. Please forgive me for any spelling mistakes in these tweets. Sometimes it’s tough typing while juggling a Whopper, Onion Rings, drink and an iPhone. If I found an ear in my six inch Meatball on white does that mean my #Subway Sandwich Artist was Van Gogh? — Andy Bowers (@evilpez4) April 10, 2011 Thought about an Arby’s Beef Dip the other day but they were closed. Instead I bought a corner store sub & dipped it in a puddle. Same diff. — Andy Bowers (@evilpez4) April 30, 2011 Four Pizza Delivery drivers involved in a mulit-car rear ending accident down the street. They’re calling it the Dominos Effect. — Andy Bowers (@evilpez4) May 29, 2011 MacGyver Captain Crunch. Cut sand paper into half inch squares. Sprinkle with equal amount shards of glass & sugar. Apply to roof of mouth. — Andy Bowers (@evilpez4) February 24, 2011 When life gives you lemons, make lemonade. When it gives you fruitcake? Regift. #Halifax Cocoa Rice Krispie Treat rolled in crushed Nacho Cheese Doritos. This happened. #Halifax #noimnotstoned twitter.com/evilpez4/statu… — Andy Bowers (@evilpez4) November 29, 2011 Not too long ago an aisle like this only existed in my dreams. Thank-you bacon.#Halifax twitter.com/evilpez4/statu… — Andy Bowers (@evilpez4) November 25, 2011 Cocoa Rice Krispie Treat rolled in crushed Nacho Cheese Doritos. This happened. #Halifax #noimnotstoned twitter.com/evilpez4/statu… — Andy Bowers (@evilpez4) November 29, 2011 Making a grilled cheese sandwich with 12 Grain & Oat bread is the same as making a hot fudge sundae out of cauliflower. #Halifax — Andy Bowers (@evilpez4) November 22, 2011 As my Priest offered up a red velvet with buttercream as Communion I realized this cupcake trend is getting out of hand. #Halifax — Andy Bowers (@evilpez4) October 23, 2011 So Burger King now serves Breakfast Poutine. Because that’s what my heart needs; a Snooze Button. #Halifax #thekingisdeadly — Andy Bowers (@evilpez4) October 9, 2011 Had to tell the Jehovah Witness at my front door that I had already accepted Girl Guide Cookies into my life. #awkard — Andy Bowers (@evilpez4) September 10, 2011 The following two tabs change content below.BioLatest Posts Andy Latest posts by Andy (see all) Say Whaaaaat? McRib Won’t See National Roll Out. - November 20, 2013 So Good Buzz - October 1, 2013 So Good Buzz - September 24, 2013 Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published. Name* Email* Website Comment Current day month ye@r * Leave this field empty * Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.