Editor, White Cover Magazine
There can be almost nothing more enjoyable in this world than such an obvious headline that somehow still sounds so unpredictable.
From The Young Turks: “Man Dies at Heart Attack Grill”
Guess what he died from…
The Grill has been featured on many a newsmagazines, and became famous — like all things do now — for one or more of them being uploaded to YouTube. (The CBS News report above even titled their video “A Meal to Die For”. Hehe.) And, while the restaurant’s very name admits the worst parts about it, those at the Heart Attack never really seemed to grasp just how ridiculous their concept was, unlike the bros at Epic Meal Time.
The Grill folk almost seemed to treat their product like tobacco companies treat theirs: “People are going to die and deposit poisons into themselves anyway. We may as well profit off it.”
Of course, it gets worse for the Grill. The company has not only fast-forwarded into the realm of Krispy Kreme Doughnuts, but the man who died was no stranger. He was, in fact, the store’s official greeter and spokesman: 52-year-old John Alleman.