I'm sure every one has one they work with. That person who says things that just make you stop and stare at them and as you try and search for a work safe response to something utterly stupid leaving their pie-hole.
Background: This person has expressed loudly and at length how they and their spouse never ever cook and eat 90% of their meals at McD. This same person in that same conversation went on to express confusion at the fact that they were always broke and how everyone in their family kept gaining weight. Particularly one of the children for whom they had to stop every morning and pick up McD for lunch because said child wouldn't eat prepared lunches made at home. It was difficult to point out that someone needed to act like parent...
The Situation: I brought in some of those amazing pressure cooked hard boiled eggs I have been making to share with a different coworker. Previously mentioned clueless coworker sees the exchange and comes over to contribute their font of wisdom.
Clueless: "You shouldn't be eating those, they are totally full of fat. You should put them raw in your morning shake* you are so proud of."
Coworker: "What, just the whites?"
Clueless: "No, the whole thing all the good stuff is in the yolk."
Coworker: "How is that less fattening then hard boiling them?"
Clueless: "Duh, they are raw!"
I didn't say anything, just stared at Clueless like she was dead to me until she was uncomfortable and went away.
*Shake previously mentioned in this post ** which has undergone some refinements, but coworker asked me about it once so I explained it. Whereas the previously described shake killed three birds (Coffeee, Ice water, and protein) I have upped the ante by adding coconut flesh (for more protein, fiber and MDL fats) and Saigon Cinnamon (blunt insulin response.) For a while was adding Cinnamon flavored flax seed oil... but I finally couldn't take the fake cinnamon flavor anymore, it was ruining the whole shake.
**I should mention in that shake post I mentioned that sucking down 5 eggs was hard... the pressure cooker method... makes them so soft and amazing it's hard not to eat that many. I actually have to pace myself as last time I made a dozen I ate them all in a day.
Progress... so unofficial update. I have regained the setback between the combination of bacon death gravy and being sick. I am officially once again the lightest I have been in over a decade, and it was further highlighted today by wearing a set of pants I have never fit it, and a shirt I stopped wearing last summer because it had "shrunk."