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Viewers of Replay are familiar with my abysmal eating habits. For 28 years, I've survived on a steady stream of McDonald's, soda, Totino's Party Pizza, candy, Taco Bell, Hot Pockets, and other awful foods (I say awful in terms of nutritional value, as all of those are delicious). On our recent and lengthy Stress Test of me fighting Mike Tyson, I was coming off a few days of being sick and ingesting almost nothing but Airheads and soda. Apparently, the folks at TheFruitGuys.com are Replay viewers and wanted to help me not die.
In the past, Replay fans have sent me bulk shipments of Starburst FaveReds and strawberry NesQuik after I spoke about my fondness for them. While those were delicious, they probably pushed my health needle closer to the "death" side. Thanks to Amanda and The Fruit Guys, I'll hopefully extend my lifespan by a bit by eating a ton of bananas and apples over the next few days.
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lol this is great.
I thought you were all set once you finally added Ketchup to your diet. Guess it's not respected as a fruit/vegetable anymore.
I can only hope he's a victim of the Fruit of the Month club. Cancel now, and even years later they keep showing up.
Any other requests Dan? Im sure im not alone in stating that we would like to help u beat Iron Mike any way we can.
I hope the staff start finding fruit hidden randomly around the office.
Omg, this is so awesome. You really do need to eat healthier though, Dan. We want you to live as long as possible so you can keep pumping out these awesome Replays and take out Tyson!
Boy, wait until they see this weeks Punch Out Stress Test.
There's no way Dan can lose next time now that he has this!... Right?
Your body will probably reject all of this good stuff from not knowing what the hell it is.
Do I see a Bosc pear or two? That right there, Dan, is flavor country.
This is an awesome story. It's difficult finding fresh fruit in Minnesota during the winter, and the fruit doesn't look half-bad.
This screams to be a prime moment that inappropriate fruit figures turn up all over the office.