PRINCETON, NJ – With the current dejected reality of a pandemic decimating the entire country, a team of psychologists at Princeton University found it odd to see young people willingly eating at cracker barrels across the state.
Although dining at restaurants is legal again, many feel cracker barrel should be the last option for any person to consider, especially younger generations. No matter the current outlook, it’s an odd sign for someone to eat at a cracker barrel in a completely normal society, not to mention in a COVID-19 world.
“It comes at a total shock to see young people go inside and eat a cracker barrel. Their food is absolutely disgusting and we all know only old people eat there,” said leading psychologist John Wells.
“My team and I believe it’s a clear indication of mental health plaguing across the country. The only reason a young person would eat at a cracker barrel is because they’re not right in the head.”
Wells and his team are hoping to use their study to help increase funding for mental health matters throughout the country. In return, Wells is expecting a decrease of funding from the federal government instead.