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May I please have a strawberry milkshake to go?
Carolina took her milkshake on the road and began to gulp it down once she got home. Seing that it was a nice day out, she decided to enjoy her refreshing (and sugary) treat outdoors, on her porch.
When her mom got home from work, she was not happy to find her daughter drinking a strawberry milkshake. Carolina's mom is a pediatritian, and knows what harmful and gross things are inside strawberry milkshakes. "Carolina, stop!" her mother yelped. "Carolina, the pink and red color that is in the milkshake is not made from strawberries," her mother explained, "They are made from bugs!!!"
The next day at school, Carolina told all her friends at school about the gross ingredients in strawberry milkshakes.
Eventually, word got to their teacher about the milkshakes. Word spread around the school very quickly, and as a result, their teacher assigned a research paper about strawberry milkshakes.
They found out that (according to cbs news, abc news, npr.org, and buisness insider) that crushed beatles are in strawberry milkshakes for color. These bugs are in strawberry Starbucks frappachinos, too!
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