Domestic Abuse by Jeremy Lambros

Domestic AbuseNo Zoom

Comments (7) (Please sign in to comment)

  1. pcolli

    pcolli said, 2 months ago

    Looks most unappetising.

  2. Gaijinrabbit

    Gaijinrabbit said, 2 months ago

    The box and processed ‘food’ product have an identical consistency, taste and nutritional content.

  3. katina.cooper

    katina.cooper said, 2 months ago

    That’s what you get with nibblers.

  4. bcathey1960

    bcathey1960 said, 2 months ago

    I haven’t had a pop tart since I went on a diet in November. It’s not a healthy breakfast food at all – 200 calories for 1 (and most people eat 2 at a time, because that’s how they’re wrapped up) and lots of sugar, very little nutrition.

  5. PipeTobacco

    PipeTobacco GoComics PRO Member said, 2 months ago

    I am not getting this for some reason. Please explain.

  6. Al S.

    Al S. said, 2 months ago

  7. Al S.

    Al S. said, 2 months ago


    I am not getting this for some reason. Please explain.

    The saying we should all familiar with is, “Breakfast is the most important meal of the day.” Breakfast is where we should get our best nutrition to power us through most of the day.

    But people who eat toaster pastries are basically having a low-quality version of pie that is highly processed and loaded with sugar. Plus they get no protein, little nutrition, and a mid-morning sugar crash that is regrettably unfortunate.

    They never really appealed to me, even as a meal on-the-go; but after seeing them made (The brand in the video is supposed to be healthier than the Pop-Tarts brand), I find them even more unappealing. There’s sugar in every part — the crust (molasses), the jam, the frosting and the sprinkles on the frosting. Eating only them daily for breakfast, Lambros suggests, should be viewed as health abuse. They’re also often stale and/or crumbly — as depicted in the toon. You could think of crummy being another way of saying unfortunate.

  8. Refresh Comments.