A study was done not long ago in tribal Africa that resulted in some interesting findings. This study was conducted over many months deep in the heart of Zimbabwe, and had the full blessing of the tribal leader and the vast majority of his wives. Apparently, as the study shows, we Americans are not eating enough cupcakes. It turns out that cupcakes contain two or three very essential ingredients that, if consumed regularly enough, will allow us to live richer, fuller lives. There is also evidence to support the theory that eating more cupcakes could lead to an elevated sense of happiness, and may even allow us to only bathe once weekly while still keeping that just-washed smell. Fascinating stuff, obviously. Finally, the study suggests that the tiny sprinkles used on many cupcake varieties contain just enough natural energy boosters to power even the most sedentary of us through grueling competitions like the Tour de France. This, I'm sure, comes as a shock and a disappointment to Austin's own Lance Armstrong, who is just now realizing that all of those years of training, blood doping, and injections of HGH could have easily been replaced with perhaps 10-12 extra cupcakes in his diet.
The importance of these results cannot be overstated. The message is clear: eat more cupcakes. And as often as you can, eat the ones that contain alcohol, as there must be something extra good about those. I just know it. No hard evidence or anything on that front, but it seems to make sense to me. For a great place to continue your adult cupcake education, swing by Pick Your Poison Cupcakes on South Manchaca in Austin.!