"Grandma, you have to feed me. I'm hungry."
"What do you want?"
"Let me show you. Hmmm..."
"How about a Pop Tart?"
(very excited) "Oh, sure! I would like that very much. That's what people say, you know, when they want something."
Of course, it loses something in translation. Not hearing the voice or seeing the hand signs really leaves something out of the story.
Little Debbie has 100 calorie snacks now. They're perfect for little kids because if adults open those packages and sees just how small "100 calories" looks in a Little Debbie snack, they're going to be certain the packages were made for small children.
I was eating a chocolate cake snack - literally two or three bites. Isaiah told me to not eat too much brownie or I'd turn into a brownie.
Not much chance of that happening with the size of those portions. I think I'll stick to 100 calories of something that provides more bang for the buck. Like carrots...