If you want to read about some of the fancy food available in startup cafeterias in Silicon Valley, that is a thing you can do. (Falafel waffles, fois gras, kobe beef, Google’s “world renowned” offerings, you know the usuallllllllll.) I’m sitting next to an open package of Jello Pudding Snacks that I got from the 99 cents store so I’m not really feeling that jealous, but maybe you are? Love the life you’ve got.
If there's one thing French children don't have to worry about, it's becoming Middle Class Snack Kids—the sort of people who spend a large portion of their incomes to fill their pantries full of snacks so they can grab something to munch on while watching TV or reading magazines, or the other many mindless things we do in the privacy of our own home.