[Getting Healthier] PAO Turns to Aerobics to Stay Fit in 2015

Several PAO employees let themselves go during the 2014 Holiday Season. There since has been an unhealthy level of fatness in the office. Specifically, Editor Mark McChill added 40lbs to his already massive 326lbs (Pre-holiday weigh-in), landing at a disgusting 365lbs.

As a mandatory New Years Resolution for the husky PAO employees, double-daily Aerobics classes have been imposed.

With the ultimate goal of taking home the Gold, Silver and Bronze medals in the 2015 National Aerobics Championships – Team PAO has their work cut out.

Enjoy the inspirational Aerobics Video above.

Go Team.

[Countdown] Only 9 Days Left Until Christmas Day

Nine days until Christmas. Official notification from Us at Pineappleope.com.

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During the Countdown Pineappleope.com will be fielding questions from our readers (submitted to chief@pineappleope.com):

To: PAO
When did people start decorating Christmas trees?
From: Pluggariffic, AZ

Pluggariffic, Thanks for the question. Easy, the first decorated Christmas tree was in Riga, Latvia in 1510.
-Perrf PAO Author

[Countdown] Only 14 Days Left Until Christmas Day

Two weeks until Christmas. Official notification from Us at Pineappleope.com.

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During the Countdown Pineappleope.com will be fielding questions from our readers (submitted to chief@pineappleope.com):

To: PAO
Why do chicks want to make out with me under mistletoe?
From: Ritchie, WY

Thanks for the question, Ritchie. The custom of making out under mistletoe may be related to a super hot Scandinavian goddess (possibly pictured above). Frigga, the goddess of love in Norse mythology, is strongly and sexually associated with mistletoe, which has been used as a decoration in homes for thousands of years. Mistletoe is associated with many pagan rituals. In fact, the Christian church disliked the plant so much, thanks to its pagan associations, that it forbade its use in any form, even the smoke form. Some English churches continued this ban as late as the 20th century. According to Charles Panati’s excellent book, Extraordinary Origins of Ordinary Things, holly became a Christian substitute for mistletoe, which is why we “deck the halls” with it. The sharply pointed leaves in holly were supposed to symbolize the thorns in Christ’s crown and the red berries were to symbolize his blood. And so, all of that is why we suck face under it. Its also been known to enhance holiday cheer.
-P.Segal, PAO Employee

[Review Time] Clif Mojo Trail Mix Bar – Peanut Butter Pretzel and Mixed Nuts | Foodenator

PAO sometimes commissions professional food critics on our sister site, FOODENATOR.COM. Not only does this increase our overall knowledge of all things food, but it also saves my hands from typing too much BS. Sometimes you just gotta let the minions do the work, ya know?

Well, a year ago, we did that – and they reviewed the SHIT out of some Clif Bar Mojo action. Go see for yourself:

[Review Time] Clif Mojo Trail Mix Bar – Peanut Butter Pretzel and Mixed Nuts | Foodenator.

First bite – GOOD. Very GOOD. Like.. really, good. Better than any Clif Bar, Power Bar, Luna Bar, and possibly better than every granola bar ever made. Continue reading “[Review Time] Clif Mojo Trail Mix Bar – Peanut Butter Pretzel and Mixed Nuts | Foodenator”