Have you ever watched Dr. Oz?
Recently I began using the Dr. Oz show as my exercise time. Since it’s too cold to traipse around town on foot, I’ve succumbed to doing leg lifts and saddle bag busters in my living room. I don’t have an ipod. If I did, I’d be running at least five miles a day, negative temperatures or not. At least that’s what I hear.
My exercise routine is not important since it mainly consists of dogging the dog while in the middle of a jumping jack; however, Dr. Oz is important. He educates me on keeping my heart fit, my arteries unplugged, and my toe nails healthy. He’s become the universal doctor of diagnosis and he doesn’t even require a co-pay. Medically speaking, life doesn’t get any better.
Anyway, Dr. Oz hosts a segment called the ‘no judgement zone’ where the audience and viewers ask questions without the fear of group wide snickering. One courageous lady asked why she had back fat – you know, the kind that consumes your bra strap like it’s a chocolate covered Twinkie. I don’t remember his word for word response, but I’m sure it had something to do with too many Twinkies in her previously youthful life. Whatever the questions, I like the idea of being able to ask. Sometimes you need to know. Although we tell our children that there are no dumb questions, once you pass puberty, your questions become not only dumb, but sometimes toxic to your social life.
In honor of exercise and Twinkies, I’d like to declare today the
JudgeMent Free Question Day.
I’ll ask, you answer. You ask, I’ll answer. Hopefully someone else will chime in after me with the correct answer. Please don’t ask medical questions. Unless they involve back fat, I am not qualified to answer.
First, my question:
Is it wrong for me to spray my dog with Febreeze?
I know somebody else has done this!