Thanks to Crazed Fan Boy I can now definitively state that my phobia about powdered donuts (doughnuts?) began on April 17, 1976.
I’m sure we will all sleep better knowing this.
You will most assuredly sleep better than I, because we’re about to watch Battledogs. On purpose.
I spent hours today crafting a post about professionalism and web-presence. Then I glanced at twitter and all hell broke loose (in my brain).
I’m not, by any means, a fearless person. Still, I like to think that I don’t let any phobias control me, but I know that’s not true.
I’m deeply, utterly, completely afraid to eat powdered donuts.
Suffice to say it’s all because of Gamera Vs Guiran, Creature Feature with Dr. Paul Bearer, and the fact that a tiny irrational part of my brain wants me to believe eating powdered donuts will enable these women to open my skull and eat my brains:
Today, Scientific American asks: “Nano-Powder on Your Donuts: Should You Worry?”
Hell, yes, you should worry!
You should lie awake all night tonight worrying about this, like I’m going to.
I haven’t even read the article yet, I’ve been so busy worrying about the headline.
Those women are going to try and steal all of our brains.
All. Of. Our Brains.
All of them.
Or, if you’re unconcerned with food safety and/or alien brain-suckers, you can revisit this early 21st century classic meme, (turn up your speakers) the creepy donuts, which is what I found when I searched my archives for a post about The Powdered Donut Monster Movie Incident of 1976.