They Make Dog Food, Why Don’t They Make People Food?

Every day we fill up Dog’s bowl with food. He gets the same food everyday. Of course he loves it when Daughter drops (or throws) her food on the ground.

He isn’t allowed variety.

He’s healthy, the proper weight, looks great and is happy. Everything he needs is there. The perfect food for Dog is dog food.

So then… why don’t we have people food?

Soylent green was a bad idea only because it was made from people. The idea is great. The same food everyday that keeps us healthy, the proper weight and looking good.

As for happiness, we can find that anywhere.

Diets would sell better if they didn’t have to advertise great tasting meals, choices or eating like you aren’t dieting.

So what, you’re on a diet. Which one? Soylent Green.

Really? I’m doing Soylent Red.

It’s an idea.

It might be a bad idea. Improve on it in the comments section.

5 Responses to They Make Dog Food, Why Don’t They Make People Food?
  1. Tammy Lamarr
    August 26, 2010 | 6:48 am

    Interesting…

    • Idearella
      August 26, 2010 | 1:49 pm

      When you serve a meal and ask, “Do you like it?” often people respond, “It is good!”

      When people say, “It is interesting,” they mean, “It tastes like crap, but I’m not going to be impolite.”

      Is the Soylent green you had for lunch interesting, or is this post interesting?

  2. Don
    August 26, 2010 | 10:15 am

    They had “bachelor chow” on the show Futurama, and I’ve always thought that was a good idea, and have even tried to make one.

    • Idearella
      August 26, 2010 | 1:49 pm

      Recipe, please…?

  3. Mr. Bill
    November 3, 2010 | 4:21 pm

    When I was in the service I learned to make multiple meals out of basically the same ingredients. All you need is one magical condiment – Louisiana Hot Sauce. With the proper amount you can actually change the nationality of a dish – from American to Italian to Mexican.

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