We’ve all been there. Eight years old and asking our parents “But WHY can’t we just have the full bag of chicken nuggets for dinner? WHY?!” With our parents pulling out the brutal “Because I said so, that’s why” card.
Well, for these lucky kids those dinnertime rules no longer applied. They got pancakes larger than their head, a bucket of macaroni and cheese and a mountain of fries.
So, how did they respond? Well how any of us would respond really, with sheer joy! For a lot of the time words weren’t even required, their facial expressions said it all. Besides their mouths were slightly preoccupied for talking.
After giggling menacingly and measuring the true size of their feasts, there was only one thing left really: tucking in.
Now some may say, well of course giving small children mass amounts of foods will make them happy. But frankly, I find that rather unfair. I know many a starving student who’d react in exactly the same way, with perhaps some expletives thrown in for mass effect.
So don’t judge the children for their gluttony. They’d got the Golden Ticket and Buzzfeed was their Willy Wonka. And really, the child doing a happy dance mid-feast is all of us, and you know it.