People who make teenage girls go on diets are scum, like they are growing, it isn’t just teenage boys who grow when I was 15 I could eat a horse because I was growing and I was hungry. But no people heap the plates of boys and chuckle and say “eat up you’re a growing boy!” and tut when their daughter has a snack after school because she is a teenager whose legs every night because of the speed at which she is growing.
“I’m so hungry I could eat a horse the world!” This weirdly enticing fried chicken burger is served on a blue and green planet Earth bun. It’s on the menu at the Orbi Yokohama science museum, a collaborative creation by the BBC and SEGA located in Yokohama, Japan.
We already love learning about and doing science, but the opportunity to have science-y fun while also eating some unnaturally blue food is practically worth the price of the plane ticket.
I am starved for stimulation. I am so hungry I could eat a moon. I am completely against the consumption of horses, but I can admit my own hypocrisy. There are hooves in the glue I daily use to keep myself together.
Sarah Jean Grimm, “Regarding Pilgrims,” published in Birdfeast