A childhood with no Milo

I had a deprived childhood. No, really I did.  In retrospect, it was all rather sad. I mean, don’t you think it’s DESPERATELY unfair to grow up in a home where Milo was banned? Where Dolly Doctor was outlawed? Where your school lunches were so boring you had to scab Tuckshop money from your friends to get a taste of flavours beyond sultanas and Vegemite sangas?

If only 12 teapoons of this crunchy brown goodness was the recommended serving size.

If only 12 teaspoons of this crunchy brown goodness was the recommended serving size.

If this is giving you flashbacks, you’re not alone. If it isn’t, I’m jealous. Read my post over at Stay At Home Mum here.

PS. Pearls of Willsdom is on Facebook and Instagram (@pearlsofwillsdom).

One thought on “A childhood with no Milo

  1. I wasn’t allowed chips, tv soapies etc either but I was the youngest and slowly the rules relaxed!! Loved this

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