We have heard the news stories and seen the videos of people attacking others at fast food restaurants. ‘Why do these things happen among civilized people?’ most may comment. I reply to this epidemic by asking… Have you ever been so hungry that you notice an alter ego coming on? One that is mean, snarky, and just doesn’t want to deal with any living being? That alter ego is Hanger. Hanger can come at any moment throughout the day whether you are at work or with friends. It results in out lash and irritation over the littlest thing, headaches, fights at fast food restaurants, and mood swings.
Urban Dictionary describes Hanger as… A lethal combination of hunger and anger, the result of waiting so long to eat that your blood sugar drops to dangerously low levels, impairing both your mood and your judgment. Particularly manifests itself when you are with a significant other and trying to make decisions about where to eat now that you’re both starving.
If you can relate to anything that has been said above please know that you are not alone! Hanger is real and with the help of your friends and family it can be overcome.
So, when you notice yourself or others being overtaken by Hanger run DON’T WALK to the nearest Subway or Taco Bell to help get rid of it ASAP! You do not want to have a friendship to turn into a yelling fest of why you wouldn’t feed them or fight with a McDonald’s worker who did not cook your burger fast enough. Also, when somebody is experiencing Hanger do not tell them they should have known to eat before venturing out of the house. From personal experience I know Hanger goes from 46-100% real quick and will attack anyone in its presence.
If you or a loved one is experiencing Hanger, please call your local Pizza Hut and order a loaded large pizza and an order of cheese sticks. Hanger CAN BE BEAT. Once it is solved you will notice a person go from wanting to murder to wanting to smile.
THIS HAS BEEN A PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT- STOP HANGER BEFORE IT HAPPENS!