Texans Find it Hard to Resist This Phallic Food During their Diets
It's hard to be healthy. Even harder? Being healthy when you're hungry and horny. Food not only turns into something you need in your stomach but also something you want in your mouth.
It's also just scientifically impossible to deny food on a stick. Everything is better on a stick. Grab a banana and dip that baby in chocolate on a stick. Shrimp on a stick. Slap shrimp on a stick on the grill when the weather gets moist right before it turns into fall. Don't even try to tell me that compares to jamming your fingers into peel & eat shrimp while raw doggin' the double dippin' cocktail sauce.
Sorry, mom. Doin' it for the clicks!
Bringing it back to the point - Texas, especially, has a hard time with this phallic food during diet season.
Can you guess??
Of course... it's the corn dog. Nothing more delicious than a corn dog on a stick. That thick cornbread, fried to a crisp, is a perfect contrast to the plump hot dog inside. It's the texture that makes it simply impossible to resist for the people of Texas.
Don't be a horndog for a corn dog - step right up and get your facts right first!
According to Healthline: the calorie and macronutrient values of corn dogs aren’t as concerning as many other junk foods. One corn dog contains 330 calories, 34 grams of carbs, and 10 grams of protein. Not bad at all!
Corn dogs contain processed meat, though, which has been linked to cancer and other health problems. They are also deep-fried in processed vegetable oil. So there's that.
The ranking below set up by our friends over at feastgood.com shows the most iconic fatty foods dieters find the most difficult to give up when they are trying to be healthy.