Science à la Small Child

“You know, sugar is sugar bugs’ eggs. When you eat food that has sugar, that’s really yummy, the sugar bugs go down into your tummy and turn around and around. Then they go into your heart and turn into blood. That’s how it works! And some sugar bugs go in your teeth and try to make holes in your teeth!”

One Response to “Science à la Small Child”

  • childofeos
    March 10, 2006 at 6:40 pm

    Truly amazing…


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