Since blasting the media for picking on her puffy face, Ashley Judd is on a roll: She’s given Rick Santorum a taste of his own medicine with her “Rick Santorum Aborts Campaign” Funny or Die video, and she also tweeted about the most ridonkulous diet trend we’ve seen all year, The “Feeding Tube Diet“—aka the K-E Diet, pointing out the cultural problems that push women to pre-wedding crash diets.
The K-E Diet has been getting huge press since its mention in a New York Times article over the weekend, which outlines several types of crash diets that brides use now to lose major weight at the last minute before their weddings. The diet isn’t new, according to the article (apparently it’s done “casually” in Europe)—neither is crash-dieting before a wedding, for that matter—but it’s new to American brides…and makes for a very sensational story.
Judd tweeted about it on Friday back when the article cam out online:
…she also recalled an insane weight loss technique that her friend suggested in high school:
We’re grateful for the acknowledgement that parasites and feeding tubes are straight up cray, but we’re even more thankful to Ashley for inventing a hashtag that makes this all funny. Because #PuffyFaceMoments = genius.