Why is it that people tend to think that the formula "Guys + Big Muscles = Hunks" is always true? Granted, some hunks do have nice bodies but this equation is not inversely true.
I say it's because of the rotten psychological pollution that the media has flooded our minds with. Take one look at magazines such as Men's Health or action flicks like terminator and you will instantly notice that every single noticable male in there has a body sculpted like hurcules as well as an acceptable amount of good looks.
But have you ever wondered how many other buffed dudes with train-wreck faces the directors had to throw out of the auditions before being able to find 'a few good men'. Kinda seems like a typical 1st audition show of American Idol.
And to my amazement and disguist, I chanced upon something that personifies this social stigma even more... And get this... I found it in NTUC FairPrice.
For those of you who still remember the games like five stones and zero-point we played during our era, one of the more famous breakfast foods we used to have was Kellogg's Corn Flakes.
And this is what the Corn Flakes mascot used to look like a couple of centuries ago...
However, has anyone seen the 'new and improved' Corn Flakes mascot? I have. In the NTUC just beside my house too. And it made me sick...
Why the heck did they need to put the chicken on steriods and put him on a 5-day week iron pumping schedule? In what way does eating Corn Flakes give you any chance of becoming like this chicken? It's supposed to be a healthy breakfast, not some protein suppliment.
What is this world coming to?
Anyhow written on Apr 27, 2008 at 8:36 PM