Don’t even think about it

June 30, 2011

We all know that aggravating a swan will lead to injury. We all know that eating a pie will lead to death. But did you know that simply looking at food induces a physiological reaction? Even thinking about a food causes your body to recreate the situations that occur when you eat that food.

For example, looking at ice cream causes your pancreas to squirt out a shot of insulin, and looking at bread can cause Palsys, death, or worse.

Some of you may have difficulty believing this, and indeed, this is the most controversial topic I have written on, but I could point you to many, many scientific articles which prove out this point. As a child I’m sure you learned in school about the famous dog called Pavlov, who not only invented a meringue-based dessert, but also invented the conditioned-response.

The conditioned-response is the logic that all modern computers work on – you perform an action and the PC gives a conditioned response because the little people who build them have conditioned this response over many thousand times.

Therefore, logically, we can understand that every time we put a food inside of ourselves, our body reacts to it through numerous responses (salivation, insulin, peristalsis, absorption, quivering etc). Pure anticipation of the food being inserted into our body can give rise to EXACTLY the same symptoms –without the food even TOUCHING us!

Only strictest thought control processes can control our body’s subconscious reactions to looking at, touching, smelling, or even thinking about food (of course, Hitler used this to great effect). I estimate through my many experiements, that every time you say the word ‘waffle’ you gain 0.012 lbs of fat.

Be warned.

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