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Salad Days

by | 27th, May 2005

‘AH, how we hanker for those halcyon days when we only had to worry about what we put into our own mouths.

”Don’t worry, miss, it only fires organic bullets”

Now we’re invited to study each morsel everyone else eats.

See that officially overweight man on the telly he eats ten Mars bars, fifteen packets of full-fat crisps, 20 Sudan 1 biscuits, a small panda bear and a four-year-old child stuffed with marshmallows and dipped in sunset orange colouring for breakfast.

Is he happy? Well, he was until some TV doctor shoved a camera in his face and other into a pile of his poo.

And it’s set to get worse. The Government plans to educate the next generation of junk food eaters into being every bit as boring and vegetable-like as their new dinner menu.

The Express says that pupils in the Brighton and Hove area are to have the contents of their lunchboxes examined by inspectors.

While, it’s hard to argue that a diet of all chocolate buttons and fizzy drinks will make Jack a bright boy, it will make him the envy of his peers. He might even be popular.

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