Okay, yes, our world is becoming faster, which is a good thing, but how far can we go here?
Tools like the internet that make things more accessible and faster are good, yes; they are not hurting anything to most extents. However, some things really, I think, have gone too far.
This blog was inspired by a Go-Tarts, Pop Tars On-the-Go bars, wrapper that I saw on the lawn this morning as I walked into school. Were Pop Tars not fast enough to consume before? Aren't they easy enough to snack on by themselves? Why did we need to make consumption faster?
In the same respect, what about Gogurt (yogurt on the go)? Gogurt: Portable yogurt. What are we doing so quickly that we can't just sit down for even ten minutes to consume our food? Are we really running so quickly from point A to B that we can't eat a quick meal? Perhaps it's a convenience thing, but I think it's just becoming too extreme.
As if fast food wasn't bad enough. Drive-thrus and easily snackable fast food packages. I won't even go there.
Can anyone think of any more examples of on-the-go snacks/foods?
What do you think of these foods becoming easily accessible/consumable? Am I the only one who thinks this is utterly outrageous?