Cedar Ridge, CA — During a rather ordinary dinner discussion on Monday night, Cedar Ridge mother of three and wife of 18 years Deborah Rowe accidentally described handsome American actor Zac Efron as “Yummy.”
“My 16 year old teenager started talking about Zac [Efron],” said a somewhat embarrassed Ms. Rowe in an Gish Gallop phone interview. “That’s all my daughter talks about sometimes. She has Zac posters and follows his Twitter feed. I probably should have kept that in my head.”
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“I was kinda sad when Debbie said that,” said a disappointed Bob Rowe. “I suppose I could lose a few pounds and think twice about that second helping of mashed potatoes.”
According to Zac Efron’s zefron.com site, the first stop and #1 source for all things Zac Efron, he was born in San Luis Obispo, California, and raised close by in Arroyo Grande and fed a strict diet of dreaminess and hunkdom until he reached his currently yumminess.
“To be honest, it just slipped out of my mouth. My daughter just kinda looked at me,” continued Ms. Rowe. “My husband just kinda looked down at his plate. I’ll probably be more careful next time.”