Forced Cheesecake Anyone?

There’s been so many questions and fears surrounding the forcing of cheesecake lately. It’s a real concern as more employer’s are caving to the pressure and trying to force these questionably delicious products on those of us who would rather just not eat them.

“Imagine telling another adult what they can or cannot eat.” That’s absolutely criminal and goes against the Nuremberg Code.

Nuremberg Code: The Nuremberg Code is a set of research ethics principles for human experimentation created by the USA v Brandt court as one result of the Nuremberg trials at the end of the Second World War.” Wikipedia

So, I thought I’d take just a little minute and clear a few things up.

“Telling anyone what they have to put in their body is clearly wrong.” It just is and people used to know this not too long ago. Doesn’t anyone remember the slogan, “my body, my choice?”

We’re obviously now dealing with conmen, bullies and hypocrites who apparently have very selective memories.

“If you don’t eat the cheesecake, grandma’s going to be sad.” But that’s an outright lie because my grandmas are both dead and I’ve chatted with a lot of grandmas lately. They all want me to do what I feel is right for me.

There’s no way these grandmas want my tummy to hurt.

‘Crandew’s Clickable Pic -get transported to some far-off, wonderful place.’

“Cheesecake factories have immunity from liability.” That’s true and so do governments. Doesn’t this sound a bit odd?

If my belly hurts or my arm falls off after eating one of these magical cheesecakes, I’m left footing the bills. If I die from eating too much cake or from eating bad cake, my family has to pick up the medical bills.

What if car companies weren’t liable for all the cars they put out on the roads? What if all other companies were suddenly let off the hook and didn’t have to worry about killing their customers?

Can you imagine a world with no consequences? I can and it’s a scary thing to contemplate. It really is, no matter how enticing that cake looks.

There are many reasons why you should never allow yourself to be coerced or bullied into doing something you clearly think is wrong.

Here are a few of the more obvious ones I listed from above:

  1. Telling anyone what they have to put in their body is wrong.
  2. Grandmas want you to be happy.
  3. Cheesecake factories have immunity from liability.

Basically, we all get to decide for ourselves how we want to live and what we want to put into our own bodies and nobody can take that away from us.

I know that there are those who wanted their cheesecake and already dove right into it. Great. Fantastic. That’s awesome, but those who didn’t should never be forced into it. Understand?

Forced cheesecake anyone? No thank you!

By staying quiet, we asked for it and brother, we’re going to get it.

‘Crandew’s Clickable Pic -get transported to some far-off, wonderful place.’

Have a wonderful day, let them eat cake (or not)!

-I am Crandew




You are the carbon they want to reduce.



  1. I really admire the way you use irony and satire, not to say sarcasm. It’s a skill I’m not so great at. When I write, it comes out quite candid and sincere and without your kind of cleverness. Have you ever read Voltaire or Jonathan Swift? And that’s another thing. I don’t watch television, so I’m out of that loop anymore. Keep doing your blog, it’s really cool! Take care.

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  2. I want to see all the victims of the moldy cheesecake on the news everyday, every hour just as much as they promoted fear and the fake death tally. The sheep never noticed that less people died during 2020 (of co-morbidities aka flu and cancer etc) then in 2019. Fear is the only way to reach the sheep apparently, they’re immune to logic.

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    • I couldn’t agree more, but we’ll never see any of that in the media. You brought up a lot of things I hadn’t thought about in a while (fake tallies and pointless case counts). It’s like a sick joke what happened, but I think the real bad stuff is just starting. The hyperinflation alone will wipe out the US. Our time is running out.


  3. I don’t plan to eat the cheesecake. I’m as old as those Golden Girls, but still, I plan to stay away from all experimental cheesecake. I believe it is my right to stay what goes into my body. Old ladies can be stubborn.

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    • Staying away from the experimental cheesecake is probably a good idea. I’m all for people having the right to decide for themselves. Also, I’m hoping there’s a lot of stubborn old ladies out there, because there sure seems to be a shortage of real men who should be standing up right now. Thanks!

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      • I love it too. That’s why that factoid stuck in my head. They ate cheesecake every episode, and the whole time she hated it. It’s actually (imho) proof of how talented the old actors/actresses could be. She literally ate it in every episode (although there were a few where it was mostly reaction shots and she never put a single bite in her mouth). and she disliked everyone else on the cast, yet you would NEVER know it becasue the chemistry was astronomical on that show, and the comedic timing completely on-point.

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