I will never buy lellow cupcakes again. Especially not when a 4 year old is in the house. One lellow cupcake was enough to get said 4 year old to start laughing manically whislt running through the house slamming doors on his way.
Che and I looked at each other, startled as to what could have caused the change in behaviour, from angelic to scary. We cottoned on to the cause when he rushed in and asked:
“Can I have another lellow cupcake?”
No! No more lellow cupcakes! Why didn’t anyone tell us that lellow cupcakes should come with the following warning:
“Consumption of yellow cupcakes will cause 4 year olds to run around at an accelerated rate. Feed with caution.”
You’ve been warned!
Featured image licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic license and authored by Clever Cupcakes from Montreal, Canada.
4 thoughts on “Why Lellow Cupcakes Should Come With A Warning Label”
I have heard of the effect of ‘red’ on kids, but lellow? And it’s my favourite colour! Oh no!
It seems that tartrazine gives food the lellow colour, so between that and the sugar…
Yum! I could use a yellow cupcake. I need some exercise and a good run around the house sounds like just the thing 🙂
Good cupcakes need some good burning off of the calories :-), running around at an accelerated rate and slamming doors whilst laughing maniacally 🙂
We can learn a lot from kids…