Wonder Bread Now Made With More Than Just Air
The most fun we ever had with Wonder bread wasn't eating it. Nope. Not at all. Especially since every bite would stick to the top of the mouth and adhere itself there like glue until a bit of invasive finger surgery was performed. Rather, because it's made mostly out of air, we'd take sadistic joy in compressing an entire loaf into a shape the size of a tennis ball and hurling it across the table at our sister. It made for great breakfast time entertainment but it seems things have changed over the years.
Now, according to this Australian spot for Wonder Performance Bread, the stuff might actually be worth eating. Rather than air, it's now been injected with complex carbs, protein, iron and lots of fiber. All of which seems to have caused Australia's ducks to begin performing incredible feats of strength and agility. So much so, the ad pleads Australians to consider eating the stuff themselves rather than feed it to the birds.