Lovable schlub-turned-incredibly ripped action movie star Chris Pratt is currently shooting Jurassic World 2, and he is documenting his painfully strict dietary regime for the film on Instagram, in a series of videos called ‘What’s My Snack?’
To be honest, we’re not entirely sure what to make of these videos – Pratt seems a little bit resentful as he demolishes tiny, portion-controlled helpings of olive oil pistachio cake and chugs down cacao baobab banana chia shakes, as if he’s being forced to do so against his will.
There was even a point recently when he responded to comments that he looked too thin and almost “skeletal” with a ‘selfie’ of a t-rex skull, telling fans that he’s fine and that “body shaming hurts”. Well, whatever’s going on with Chris Pratt’s diet right now, at least he’s still allowed to have baked goods from time to time.
Overnight, he shared the latest of the ‘What’s My Snack?’ videos, showing him eating a cranberry currant scone with butter, jam and cream and loving it so much he actually sang to it, to the tune of The Beatles‘ ‘Oh! Darling‘. It’s pretty delightful, to be honest. Find someone who looks at you the way Chris Pratt looks at baked goods:
TURN THE VOLUME UP ON YOUR DEVICE for this all new critically acclaimed episode of #WHATSMYSNACK #cheatmeal edition. Starring Chris Pratt. Set on the River Thames in post World Two England, Chris Pratt plays lonely CIA agent Drake McGuiness, a man with a dangerous secret and a crippling addiction to dessert. Score by The Beatles. WRITTEN by Chris Pratt. PRODUCED by Chris Pratt. EXECUTIVE PRODUCED by Chris Pratt. ASSOCIATE PRODUCED by Chris Pratt. Special thanks to a CHRIS PRATT. Cinematography by @annafaris No animals were harmed in the making of this video. But 7 cranberry, currant, butter, jam, clotted cream scones got BF’d pretty hard. All rights reserved. #WHATSMYSNACK is a registered trademark. Copyright infringement is punishable by up to 500 years in prison and a $250 trillion fine. Piracy is not a victimless crime.
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