I've simplified my life to the point where the most expansive and complex decision I have to make on any given day is whether or not I should buy cereal. Since it is the biggest decision of my day, today, I decided to spend about twenty minutes in the cereal aisle of my local supermarket. It's there where I had the third strangest experience of my past week:
I just don't understand. I really don't. When you take away the sugar from cinnamon toast crunch, don't you just get... like... graham crackers? And if so, don't they have a cereal that is just golden graham crackers? Am I over thinking this?
And if you're a concerned father who goes to the grocery store to get food for his children, and you saw this, would you say to yourself, "Well, I mean, it has less sugar than the other version. It must be healthful!" If you're trying to get on the low-carb bandwagon (ie: if you're a moron), wouldn't it be useful to actually eat something like Corn Flakes?
cranked out at 8:19 PM | |
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