"It's awards season, so of course I'm on a juice cleanse."
"My ex-boyfriend is getting married, I have to juice."
"I'm so hung over right now. I have to juice today."
Recognizing the cold-pressed juice craze, late-night talk show host Jimmy Kimmel decided to create his own juice company "jüce," and have one of his minions sample his fake products at the Original Farmers Market.
"That sounds appealing," replied a young man at the market. "That sounds very appealing."
He then sampled the Fun Dip mixed with water and described it as "cleansing."
"Deep breath, refreshing," a young woman who also tasted the Soul juice. "It just feels like you drank something that is good for you."
We dare say this is even more entertaining than the time Kimmel asked unsuspecting Runyon Canyon hikers if they knew what gluten-free means.
If you're looking for some real cold-press juice stores to visit, we've got a handy list here.