Making a living as a social influencer is something that few people can accomplish. Food is the focus of many of these online share seekers' uploads, and one guy has taken to recording himself sampling some of the Gem State's finest in truckstop cuisine.

Thousands of channels on platforms such as YouTube, Twitter (now "X"), and Instagram feature individuals attempting to make names for themselves by accumulating enough subscribers to get paid for their efforts.  Some have succeeded beyond their wildest dreams, and others aren't quite finding luck as an influencer.

Food is something that we all have in common. We love it, need it, and aren't afraid to give our opinions of it to total strangers. From at-home cooking uploads to fast food critiquing from behind the wheel of our cars, people are finding creative ways to entice us into subscribing with the lure of food.

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A recent video I came across on YouTube was pretty hilarious. It was posted on the channel of one Wade Boesen. I'm not sure if this is an alias or the guy's actual name, but his short video was recently uploaded and is titled, "Somewhere in Idaho."

Love's travel stops are a familiar sight in Idaho. People stop at these spots to get gasoline, grab a cup of coffee, soda, or a quick snack on the way to the next destination. Love's also prepares food such as chicken strips, burritos, and burgers.

Food is something that we all have in common. We love it, need it, and aren't afraid to give our opinions of it to total strangers.

This YouTuber's description of a Love's burger tasting like what he believed a "cartoon burger" would taste like cracked me up. I have to say I believe that he's truly onto something with his humorous truck stop food evaluations, and I hope to see more of these videos from him in the future.

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