Wednesday, May 05, 2010

"What's next, genetically modifying moms to produce chocolate breast milk?" (Hey I'm just quoting the article...)
Shouldn't chocolate be for grown-ups and occasionally for very good children who are beyond toddlerhood? Hmmm? I have extreme reservations about this, even in cases where a parent may be legitimately concerned about a toddler who is not getting adequate nutrition.

I still stand by my usual opinion that if it has theobromine that means God wants us to eat it. All of it. I may go in search of some right now.


Emily Cheng said...

I accidentally got the Vanilla for Princess Lillerpants a while back and it smelled NASTY. I don't know how it tasted, but it smelled just wrong to me. Luckily we transitioned to Cow Milk a week or so later. Thank goodness!

Emily Cheng said...

After reading this I was inspired though, and had a nice cold glass of Chocolate Soy Milk.

Ellyn said...

You know, when I thought about it some more I decided even the vanilla isn't a very good idea. Especially since it is coupled with sugar. Why not segue directly to Coca-Cola?

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