A report by the New York Times has uncovered a major piece of news: The president of the United States likes to eat seven almonds before he goes to bed.
— Michael D. Shear (@shearm) July 2, 2016
Here is the money quote from the report:
To stay awake, the president does not turn to caffeine. He rarely drinks coffee or tea, and more often has a bottle of water next to him than a soda. His friends say his only snack at night is seven lightly salted almonds.
“Michelle and I would always joke: Not six. Not eight,” Mr. Kass said. “Always seven almonds.”
Allow the media gushing to begin.
President Obama has 7 lightly salted almonds each night as he reviews stacks of papers. https://t.co/2P087aU4kq
— Heidi N Moore (@moorehn) July 2, 2016
— Jonathan Mahler (@jonathanmahler) July 3, 2016
— VANITY FAIR (@VanityFair) July 2, 2016
This is a very important report. We owe the Times so much for being the mechanism by which the American people can ensure that Obama is not deviating from his set amount of almonds each night.
Why report on the way the President avoids addressing jihadism when you can mention he eats 7 almonds at night? https://t.co/Cchsqrsx6l
— Nicole Russell (@nmrussell2) July 3, 2016
Furthermore, who eats seven almonds as a snack?
"7 ALMONDS!!?????!" -everyone
— zoe chace (@zchace) July 2, 2016
I said 7 almonds! pic.twitter.com/yb6eAgrdZX
— Greg Pollowitz (@GPollowitz) July 3, 2016
this is the saddest thing I have ever read. it sounds like it takes Obama hours to eat 7 almonds alone in the dark. pic.twitter.com/jBEFjWJRca
— rosémary (@rosadona) July 2, 2016