Parents Might Recognize These Humorous Signs of a Kid Running on an Empty Tank

Low energy meets little imagination in work for Clif Kid

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Advertising things for kids, especially food, follow a predictable pattern. The little rascals are hungry, but damn if they’re not happy and excited to burst through the door to a get a little snack when tummies rumble. Then, impossibly perfect mom or dad gleefully puts together a spread, and everyone laughs their way to the rest of the day.

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