Did you hear today's Kirby Bowl episode? It sounds like Arin's getting really bad health advice. He has to take a TON of vitamins and his personal trainer is claiming that "every diet works". I'm legitimately worried about him :/
honestly everytime arin talks about his paleo diet i think i feel something close to what brian feels when people talk to him about their chakras
i’m sure arin is going to be fine, but for all the young people following me i just want to make sure that you know everything arin says about diets and health related stuff is literally 100% wrong. every diet does not work (i honestly can’t even fathom what kind of a hack of a personal trainer would say otherwise), and taking vitamin and mineral supplements is not always good for you. unless recommended by your doctor, dietary supplements are usually just a waste of money, and in some situations they can even be harmful
My first brunch was at a place with lots of sugar! Sugar packets in a flowery mini pitcher, plus lots of fancy sugar cubes all the way from France in a bowl! The sugar cubes were almost as big as me—but nothing could be as sweet as me, of course!
#1677. Every now and then, Pac-Man, Jigglypuff, and Kirby like to go bowling, but they don't use balls. They use themselves. Kirby always seems to lose due to him being pretty squishy, and Pac and Jigs have an intense rivalry of Retro Pac vs. Rollout.
The Kirby Bowl continues! Who knew? Two gridiron pages from “Calamity on the Campus!” first published in Fantastic Four 35, dated February 1965. Courtesy of Jack Kirby, Stan Lee, Chic Stone, Artie Simek, probably Stan Goldberg.
OMG, it’s more Kirby Bowl: Crystal and Lockjaw teleport into the middle of the field. Kirby, Lee, Sinnott, Sam Rosen, probably Stan Goldberg, and a guest appearance by John Romita on those kids in the second panel of page 13 of “Where Stalks the Sandman?” first published in Marvel Comics’ Fantastic Four 61, dated April 1967