“If ya don’t eat yer meat, ya can’t have any pudding.” Those words were spoken by (Pink Floyd) but also by a Twitter user with a mischievous sense of humor. This user was referring to Ron DeSantis. An article has come out about the Florida Governor and his — um — strange — very strange — eating habits.
Before I go on, I’d like to say that ALL of us — every last one of us — probably have at least one strange food issue. We all have our peculiar quirks. I enjoy, for example, bacon sandwiches — with just bacon. Nothing else. ( If you haven’t tried it, you really should.) But Ron’s issues sound a bit more concerning than the average person’s.
This story delves a bit into the unusual idiosyncrasies of the sunshine state Governor. The portrait that emerges is not one that is especially appealing. Reportedly many are worried about DeSantis getting into the race. One of the reasons is because of his strange habits.
“Animal!” A former DeSantis staffer described his eating habits as “like a starving animal.” “He would sit in meetings,” this staffer mused, “and eat in front of people, always like a starving animal who has never eaten before.”
Wow. Talk about an animal house. Those poor staffers having to deal with all the likely crumbs. “Getting shit everywhere.” Like I said — beware the crumbs. Another thing Ron was reportedly fond of was eating pudding cups with his fingers.
But there were other juicy tidbits released about the governor’s eccentricities. One of them was about bike racks. You read that correctly. “DeSantis apparently used bike racks to wall himself off from the public.”
Wow — sounds like someone’s a bit antisocial. Ronny, you really should smile and mingle more. People aren’t that bad. People are actually a wonderful species and fun to be around.
He prefers a “small orbit.” Well — since Pluto is not sustainable to live on, he could go to a small non-woke town perhaps in Oklahoma or Arkansas, and meditate. And eat. And leave all the crumbs he wants all over the place.
“Tighter in his requests than other candidates.” No surprise there. One event host said the antisocial aspects of the DeSantis campaign have also manifested in his campaign staff.
“Easily the least responsive campaign staff I’ve ever dealt with.” Maybe they’re all eating. “We invite, invite, invite, invite,ping, ping. We don’t hear anything back.” I feel sorry for anyone who has to spend more than two minutes anywhere near this man. And something tells me all this stuff is just the tip of the iceberg.