By Jill Rosen
The Baltimore Sun
7:59 AM EDT, April 23, 2012
We're not going to tell anyone how to run their households, but if anyone ever has Duff Goldman over, here's a hint on what not to pour: Sunny-D.
Baltimore's Ace of Cakes really, really, really seems to hate the orange-flavored drink. Like really.
It started seemingly out of nowhere on Twitter. Duff posed a question that was absolutely more of a statement: What is Sunny-D?
He didn't mean what is it. That he knew. He meant, what the heck is in it?
Whath followed was a series of Tweets, waxing disgusted (and rather creative) on Sunny-D:
Why is Sunny D so acidic? Is it a citrus flavored chemical manufactured somewhere on the jersey turnpike?
Sunny D is like the acid in alien snot that eats through the floor in those movies.
Sunny D makes me want to burn my own tastebuds out with lye fight club style.
At this point some of his Twitter followers started cheering him on. One woman wrote: I can appreciate a man who shares my disgust for Sunny D.
Duff kept going.
Sunny D is that stuff that Jeff Goldblum barfs on his food to pre-digest it in "the fly."
Sunny D is to orange juice like getting kicked in the balls is to not getting kicked in the balls.
Who makes Sunny D? 3M? Boeing? Pfizer? Johnson & Johnson?
The oompaloompas were force fed Sunny D to turn them orange. Now they use it on Toddlers and Tiaras. Oh, and snooki.
Macaulay Culkin actually rubbed Sunny D on his face to make him scream like that in Home Alone.
What could have caused such enmity? Did Sunny-D give Duff food poisoning on prom night? Did he spill it on his favorite sports jersey? Did he fail to get the gig to make a cake in the shape of a Sunny-D jug?
Insider had to ask. So we Tweeted: What up with the sunny D rant? What did it do to you?
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