April 2, 2008

If Only I Had a Child to Abuse

Let's say you never give your kid crappy food. And I don't mean unhealthy, I mean only GOOD unhealthy. No Dominos. Only Lou Malnatis. No Fudgsicles. Only Godiva. The child would develop a much more discerning palette at an early age. And then growing up as a child, having mostly access to only the lower-class of unhealthy goods at birthday parties and the like, the child would reject them. Is this feasible, or can you only develop a palette that can tell the difference between good and bad if you actually experience both?