Software engineer Rob Rhinehart thinks he never has to eat a traditional meal ever again. The 24-year-old from Atlanta, GA has developed a strange beige drink named “Soylent,” in reference to the 1973 science fiction film Soylent Green, which he claims contains all the required nutrients to form a healthy diet. In a recent interview with Vice, Rhinehart revealed he thinks the world would be much better off if his concoction was adopted by the masses, resulting in an overall healthier populace.

Nah, I’m all set.


I actually just saw a commercial for weight gain. Like, literally shaming skinny people into gaining weight. I understand it’s still wrong, but it just is so bizarre. In a world where bones are valued so highly, the fact that it’s profitable to sell “fat pills” is mindblowing.

“I wonder if people who are into golden showers have a strong opinion on cabbage…”
— Danielle (this is why we’re friends)

Inadvertent Throwback Thursday. I used to have that picture in my dorm room sophomore year….

This shirt is so funny looking. In theory, I guess I’m never supposed to lift my arms so it won’t look like a hot pocket, but in practice….I look like a hot pocket.

My body feels so weird this week.

Every time I eat I get super nauseous. I feel motivated to move around, but I can’t physically get out of bed. I’m just sort of laying here. I’m too lazy to go in the other room to watch tv. This is so strange.

Hopefully this will pass shortly.