Mom, it's an ice cream store, c'mon, can I get some? I promise I'll eat a good dinner!
Stop at the street and watch for those big metal machines that were made for us to help us rush around and get through the day.
Coffee every morning, without it you will surely collapse at work. Bring it fast and bring it hot! Don't forget the sugar. We need that too. In candy, in juice, in smoothies, isn't fruit sweet enough? But no, as we get older, do our taste buds wither and die? We need the wonderful taste of sugar before we get old and can't taste at all. For when that happens, we'll be stuck eating wet, mushy, bran for the rest of our years.
Oh the pies and cakes and pastries, more sugar, it tastes so good, I need it every day. After every meal and NO, Mom, I'm not addicted to it, I can stop anytime I want to, starting tomorrow.
All of that crossed my mind as my family and I wandered the streets of town. And yes, I'm dramatic. All of the begging for sweets and ice cream I didn't make up. I hear that every day and half of it comes out of my mouth.
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