ODO 109: Burgers, Salad, and Too Much Coco
Another week, another batch of weird news. From fake pet testicles to emoji fights, it’s all over the place. This week IHOP painted a giant target on themselves with their name change, and, in Recommended Listening, I’m talking about what is probably the most ironic podcast I listen to, “Hate to Weight.” Through it all, my boys are watching Disney’s Coco for the 5… millionth… time.
-BS From The News-
One man has built his fortune on the idea that neutered pets should still look normal. Neuticles are silicone testicle implants for neutered animals who’s owners wish for them to maintain their natural appearance.
A Berlin model, who is obsessed with plastic surgery, has gotten her breasts enlarged to a whopping 80L cup size. She now claims to have the largest breasts in Germany. It was actually a dream of hers for each of her breasts to weigh more than 2kg.
Google recently updated the design of it’s “salad” emoji and removed the eggs from the image to make it more inclusive and vegan friendly. British egg producers have expressed disappointment in the change, claiming that Google shouldn’t be pandering to a single group.
-Jackass Of The Week-
IHOP, The International House Of Pancakes, has announced that they are rebranding as IHOB, the International House Of Burgers. The stated intent of the change is to focus on and promote their lunch and dinner options more. They have said that pancakes will, naturally, still be on the menu. Of course, the other big restaurant chains had to take their jabs at the name change.
— 🧜🏼♀️Jen 🧜🏼♀️ aka 😴👑 (@Buttercup0303) June 11, 2018
— Leah McElrath 🏳️🌈 (@leahmcelrath) June 11, 2018
What better way for two podcasters to check in with each other on their weight loss adventures than by starting a podcast about it? Join John (Brand X Podcast) and Emily (The Story Behind) as they try their hardest to shed those pesky pounds and check in with each other every week. Note: We are not doctors, nor do we play doctors on TV (or in this podcast). Please talk to a medical professional before taking any of our advice.