Friday, April 17, 2009

Diet

I'm starting to doubt the nutritional value of croissants.

7 comments:

TeacherMommy said...

Wait! NO! Come on--they fulfill a couple of the food groups, right? Grain (flour), dairy (butter), and protein (eggs). So they HAVE to be good for you!

Add some jelly or marmalade and you have a fourth food group covered...

ShallowGal said...

First gummy bears and now croissants?

country mouse said...

Stop right there! Do NOT tell me that ice cream also has dubious nutritional content. My life can only suck so much . . .

CSY said...

Next thing you know, you'll be telling us chocolate and coffee is bad for you!

Robin said...

I'll testify for you if it ever comes to court.

Yes, sir. They are nutritious.

MommyTime said...

WHAT?! They aren't nutritious? Next you're going to try to tell me that filling them with chocolate does not add food group value to them. Lalalalalalala...I can't HEAR you...

Miss Em said...

I have a mathematical proof of their sound nutritional value:

Europeans eat croissants all the time - especially the chocolate-filled ones - they were all over the place when I was there.

And Europeans are all skinny.

Therefore, croissants have to be healthy! And by the same reasoning, probably cigarettes and liquor, too.