Creating the perfect mom/dad bod takes time. My dad bod developed after years of slouching in an office chair, ignoring exercise, and eating and drinking pretty much everything in sight. By the ripe-old age of 35, my once bulging biceps migrated to my backside and my powerful pecs placidly plunged to meet and merge with […]
I bet you have a half-eaten donut sitting next to you right now. You might want to polish it off before you read this. It's from Yahoo so don't bet the bank on it but, hey, just passing it along: But here's what's interesting. Sometimes the extra pounds can be blamed on the work environment. […]
By way of the Ernst & Young Staff Twitter account, we learn that the young associates are quite fond of the snack drawer:
While I’m not one to condone such unhealthy life choices, I am not lost on the fact that these drawers of death are not uncommon. That said, if all of you out there in E&Y land insist on this type of sustenance, I suggest you get a pair and put down the whole drawer in a prescribed amount of time. The bankers and hedgies have been doing this for years and since many of you think yourselves worthy of their ilk, you should be able to hold your own in the mass consumption of factory produced crap. Anyone up for the challenge should provide a full inventory of the items to be consumed as well as the time limit and the prize to the winner should they emerge victorious. Additionally, I would need to be given a play by play in order to appropriately report the progress and results to the world at large.
We’re waiting. The gauntlet has been thrown.