Understanding Breakfast

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First, we need to understand the basic concept.

This is what undergraduate degrees are for…

After suitably in a Master’s program at a Top-10 University

specializing in Breakfast Science you will be introduced

to the concept of cereal and milk

Here’s a diagram of what takes place in your brain at that time.

cereal

Now imagine you’re in an advanced PhD program,

but your leftist-leaning faculty has chosen to go gluten-free

and you find out the “wheat flakes” you ordered are actually made

of gelatin… ground hooves like Jello. 😦

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Enter unhappy breakfast clown. Best to avoid.

Clown: I was hoping for an Egg McMuffin or a reasonable proximity.

Here is a diagram to your brain’s disappointment at that time. 😦

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When you find out “said” flakes are “sugar-free” you need

a selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor.

You can have mine….I’m going to the “spa” today.

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Jello.

Jello time now. Now it’s Jello time now. Now.

I like lime green

To be taken with an MAO inhibitor chaser.

Below please find the molecular structure profiles of hash browns.

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Dean: Congratulations here’s your PhD.

You can have it framed and put on wall at Starbucks.

My Mom calling from heaven: Son, do you actually do any at work at work?

Me: Who do you think throws away the used coffee and filters!!!

mao

colors

such pretty colors

and such pretty light

come into the light Carol Anne

 

 

 

 

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