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What would happen to them

Posted by runsnwalken (My Page) on
Sat, Dec 6, 08 at 17:11

Say there this mother who has 6 kids, from the time they can eat first solid food she does experimentations and nothing is done to stop her

Kid 1- only fruit

kid 2- only veggies

kid 3 -only bread, grains and rice.

kid 4- only dairy products, milk,cheese,ect

kid 5- only meat.

and kid 6- only junk,snack candy foods.

Would they survive to Adulthood? AND If they did survive how long would they live if they continued their mothers diet? What would happen to them along the way?, if they did die which one would die first?, I bet the candy kid wouldn't live to see preschool age,but thats a wild guess.

I'm a preforming Artist and might do a play like this for Mothers day, called A Mothers doing.


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RE: What would happen to them

They would all be malnourished and very sickly. I do not think they would survive to adulthood.

Think of the men on ships who had no fruit or vitamin C. They died of scurvy.


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RE: What would happen to them/

You didn't ask my opinion, but to me this is a very depressing and disturbing way to honor Mothers' Day. Sorry if I've annoyed you, but I had to share my 2 cents.


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RE: What would happen to them

Seems disturbing to me as well


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RE: What would happen to them

I agree its nuts...... but it is a good way to learn about the body and what it needs.


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