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TITLE: BREAKFAST AND BREAKFAST RUBBISH
LOCATION: MY ROOM
MISSION: START A NEW DAY
DATE: 2012-02-09

In the first picture you can see what I have for breakfast each and every morning. The bananas are actually a rarity that I just happend to buy last night, usually it is just bread and milk. In the second picture you see the copious amounts of trash my breakfast habits give rise to. Each piece of bread comes packaged in a small plastic bag and I have on average four of them each morning. On top of that comes one or two bags of milk. The bread has a shelf life of six months (!), which I guess says something about what they put in it. It goes against my unwasteful nature, but it really is the most practical solution I have found. Fresh bread go dry in like an afternoon and I don't have a refrigerator. Also, the supermarket is really far away and not someplace you go running to every day. The milk is also of the un-fresh variant and is good for storing a whopping 45 days. For those of you have yet to experience the taste of Chinese, I tell you now: it is nasty. But as a Scandinavian, no milk for breakfast is just not an option. The two things I am going to buy as soon as I get home: 1) a kebabrulle, 2) a carton 1.5L of milk (3%), both of which will be consumed in the quickest, most gluttonous manner possible.

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