In Super Size Me, Jared Fogle Warns Children About His One And Only Vice: Food
Super Size Me is the questionably factual 2004 documentary that shocked the world by informing everyone that fast food is bad for you. Former Subway spokesman Jared Fogle even made an appearance to give an inspirational speech about his struggles with food. It worked well at the time. The movie was about how the food industry was killing us, and Fogle was a healthy success story, having overcome his obesity with a little help from his favorite food -- bread that always smells like olives.
Fogle said: "My big thing was never smoking, it was never drinking, obviously I wasn't doing drugs. My big vice ... was food."
Ah, yes. Food. Jared's biggest vice. Whenever someone mentions the name "Jared Fogle" today, we immediately think of food, his ultimate undoing. Obviously he wasn't doing drugs, because he's Subway's Jared, the man with one vice. And that vice, again, as we all know, is food.