People with kids: Do you find yourself continually having to make more and more specific rules? It'd be nice to be able to say, "Eat healthy food, and do it politely." But in practice, you have to make very detailed rulings: No more than one piece of cake. At least five bites of vegetable. Use your fork! Don't wipe your hands on your pants! Dinner must include some kind of protein. You may not eat ice cream for breakfast.
"No ice cream for breakfast" is a rule that somehow got bent with the purchase of Boston Creme Pie yogurt. Since when is it so difficult to get kids to eat sugary food that now it must also be dessert-flavored? Now there's a new rule: Yogurts that go into the grocery cart must be fruit-flavored.
So we bought Key Lime Pie! I sense a new rule coming.