Wednesday, 12 February 2014
The Conquerable Resistance Of Corn Flakes...
...and you thought Kellogg's Corn Flakes were just another cereal. But as this psychologist proves, eating them is in fact a form of preparation for the day's trials and tribulations which may initially appear to be crunchy, brittle and difficult to swallow, but can actually soften and become easy to conquer. Covering them with milk and waiting until they all soften before consuming is, however, cheating. There's never enough milk to soften all the problems life throws at you, though. And besides, if there was, you would not enjoy the experience of having to conquer them.
Next week: the seemingly insurmountable problem of toffee