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Wednesday, 28 October 2009

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The White House released this photo, showing how excited kids are to get their daily supply of dingleberries.

During the 1980's, President Reagan and his administration received a large amount of bad publicity for naming ketchup a vegetable on the school lunch menu. Thus far, there has been no backlash at Barack Obama adding dingleberries to the list of approved vegetables in the school lunch program (except Fox News, which doesn't count).

According to the new nutrition requirements that he signed into law, dingleberries may be served naturally as a fruit snack, made with syrup and served as a dessert, served over or cooked into cookies, pies, or cakes, or squeezed into juice as a beverage. Each of these options will fulfill one fruit requirement on the food pyramid.

The F.D.A. (Food and Drug Administration), however, has said that their research into the nutritional value of the dingleberry is not complete. They did, however, say that they were not ready to classify it as a fruit at this time.

Their apparent opposition to the President's move resulted in removal of funding for dingleberry nutrition research.

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