Post holiday season always make one more “health conscious”. I’d be lying if I didn’t admit that I ate my weight in pistachio brittle between Dec & Jan. So a couple of weeks ago I looked into the possibility hopping on the blood type diet bandwagon. My blood type is O Negative, which is the oldest blood type, much like my hunter and gatherer ancestors. After doing a little research, I discovered that a healthy diet for my blood type would consist primarily of red meat, which is somewhat problematic for me since I’m a vegetarian. Bread & cheese are staple ingredients for my daily dietary needs and I don’t see myself sacrificing my love for chips & queso anytime soon.
So, a couple of days ago while I was enjoying a rebelliously tasty breakfast of biscuits & gravy with hashbrowns smothered & covered, I came across a very interesting blog post by Erik Sheppard. Erik discovered a clip from the BBC that supports a growing theory that Neanderthal’s may have spoken in high pitched voices!
And then, like a ton of bricks, it hit me. With my O Negative blood & my high pitched voice….I must be the missing link! And THEN, because I just can’t stop once I get started, I began to connect the dots to develop a theory of my own!
Last spring Seth MacFarlane received the green light from Hanna Barbara to reboot The Flintstones, so Yabba Dabba Do you see where I’m going with this? Clearly, I’m the best choice to lend my voice to Pebbles! It’s in my blood!!
Obviously, Voxy Lady, Cassie Boyd would be a terrific candidate as well. So if you’re reading this Seth, and you find yourself torn between myself & Cassie, know that we are not above arm wrestling for the role.