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  • themodfather

    explain bitch

    • Fantaman

      All these at the last panel are considered acceptable breakfast foods in the US and are far more sugary than ice cream.

      • themodfather

        I guess it’s because western adults are hypocritical…. but it just kinda falls flat as a political commentary, I would have preferred brands like starbucks up there. I think I see a pumpkin spice

        • Twi`Naga

          Who said it’s supposed to be political commentary?

  • Io Non Esisto

    this comic and all people in the panel never had to babysit or raise kids.
    If a kid begins his day with that amount of sugar it will go in a frenzied and hyperactive state, then fall asleep wherever it is once the sugar rush will go out.
    This will fuck up their sleep cycles, your day and probably your night.
    Never feed too much sugar to children.

    • BigBox

      It’s not saying that you should give kids sugar, it’s only pointing out hypocrisy.
      If you want your kids to not eat sugar for breakfast, lead by example and don’t eat it yourself.

      • David Davidson

        Yeah but his point is that there’s no logical inconsistency in making kids eat differently as they have a different physiology. That’s not hypocrisy. Should a parent lead by example on drinking a load of warm milk too?

        • Io Non Esisto

          exactly, thanks for explaining my point

    • Stiffy Weiner

      Feed them your cum instead

  • David Davidson

    The sugary breakfast foods like donuts, pastries and pancakes with syrup contain a decent amount of carbohydrates which maintains blood sugar and satiety over a longer period of time.


      Read up on how nutrition works. If you eat lots of carbs for breakfast, you will get a sugar crash in an hour or two and you will feel even worse that if you hadn’t eaten anything. Breakfast is made up, our ancestors rarely ate after they woke up.

      • Alex

        everything is made up bro

  • TheLulzWarrior

    …. as all things should be. )

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