As friends a long-time readers will know, I'm a vegetarian. As such, I haven't participated in the ritual wishbone competition for many years. But I don't think vegetarians are the only people misisng out on wishbone breaking.
How many people actually roast whole poultry these days? It is my considered opinion (and therefore, true) that among the poultry eating population (PEP), an increasing number of people are opting for the purchase of bird segments (nuggets, "fingers", patties, split breasts, etc.). This turning from the whole-carcas style of poultry dining has left an entire generation of children in the dark as to the generation of luck through poultry.
Thanks to Lucky Break Wishbone, though, America's children can participate in this ages-old custom for less than a 75cents each (figuring 2 children per wishbone and including S&H). And it's not restricted to children of the PEP! Yes, vegetarians, vegans, even fruitarians (!) can partake, because Lucky Break has made their surrogate wishbone without resorting to the use of animals! Check it out. I wanna know why 3 paks of these aren't being sold in the poultry section of every grocery store in America! Fornow, go to the website, and order some. If not for yourself, for your children. (Won't you think of the children?!?)