The midterm elections ended as a bittersweet affair, but hey, at least we’ve got Guy Fieri.
Especially now the revered TV chef has declared he’ll spend another term as mayor of Flavortown, which sounds like good place to hide from everything right now.
“Thanks to the hard working community members of Flavortown. It was a delicious campaign and we are rollin out for another 4 years,” he tweeted on Wednesday.
Four more years! Four more years!
But perhaps Fieri’s celebrations are too early.
This is a huge loss for the Actual Good Food party, who were hoping to finally strip Fieri of his ability to destroy perfectly good dishes by drowning them in BBQ sauce. https://t.co/Z83FrdpWPI
— Matt Separa (@MattSepara) November 8, 2018
OK, if you’re a bit lost on the concept of Flavortown, it’s a phrase that Fieri has been spurting out throughout the years on his various TV shows.
But now the phrase has evolved into a state of mind, a fictional place where flavor reigns supreme. As Fieri explained to Munchies last year:
“On camera, I once said, ‘This pizza looks like a manhole cover in Flavortown.’ Willy Wonka had a chocolate stream, you know? So it’s taking these iconic food items, these iconic food moments, and giving them a home. They all live in Flavortown. It’s like one of those things in The Matrix: You can only get down with Flavortown if you believe in Flavortown. I have people walk up to me and say, ‘Hey, I’m a citizen of Flavortown.’ I have people that want to pledge to be a city council member of Flavortown or the mechanic. It doesn’t stop. What would be the airline of Flavortown? Sausage Airlines? It just doesn’t stop. I just said it, and then people heard it. Of course, there’s no Flavortown—unless you believe in it.”
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