An Analysis Of The Daybreak Crisis

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For most Americans, 7:30 on any given weekday could mean a lot of things. Whether it be getting the kids up and dressed for school, or getting ourselves up in time to not be late to class for the third day in a row. Most panic stricken mornings are a chaotic scene with many people trying to get and do many things, including eating breakfast. However in these times of daybreak crisis we turn to one common solution to fill the gaping hole in our stomachs, cereal. Whether it be thin flimsy pencil-shaving esque corn flakes or those ever scrumptious, calorie packed (but very delicious) Lucky Charms, cereal offers all Americans the chance to start their already terrible day with some malnutritious crumbs. However despite the unifying qualities