New York City - Warner Bros. studio has announced plans to make a new movie called 'The Splurge' after the success of 'The Purge' films. But not everyone is happy about the idea.
'The Splurge' is about a 12-hour period one night each year when everyone is allowed to eat as much as they want of whatever they want. Restaurants and fast food outlets open their doors throughout the night and gluttony is permitted.
People fill their pools with soda to see who can create the biggest Big Gulp. Pizza delivery people are forbidden from accepting tips, and Ben & Jerry's and Haagen Dazs give away their ice creams for free.
Parties will be thrown in homes that will be stocked with fried chicken, cheeseburgers and Slim-Jims. Eating contests will be held from coast-to-coast.
When the movie is released, popcorn and soda will be served free of charge with the price of a ticket. Popcorn will be released from balloons attached to the ceilings in theaters so nobody's bucket will ever be empty.
Former NYC Mayor Bloomberg is outraged at the plans for the movie. "You can't let people decide for themselves what and how much they eat! This is America, damn it. This is madness!"
First Lady Michelle Obama is frustrated after being denied requests for product placements in the film. "The idea of the film is abhorrent to me. I should be the only one deciding what people eat. I suggested they let me at least have some carrots in the background in a scene where they are having a food orgy, but they said 'No.'"
"I hope people don't take this film too seriously," Mrs. Obama continued, "Remember, I make your dietary decisions all the other days of the year!" She then ran off laughing maniacally.
If the movie is successful, the studio has already announced plans for a possible sequel - 'The Splurge: School Lunch Annihilation.' Michelle may want to just stay sedated for that one.