At dinner one night, a boy turns to his father to ask him a question.
“Dad, is it okay to eat bugs?”
The man tells his son sternly, “Don’t talk about things like that at the dinner table. It’s rude.”
The boy stays quiet for the rest of the meal.
After they’ve finished cleaning, the man remembers his son’s question.
“What did you want to know at dinner?”
“If it was okay to eat bugs,” says the boy.
“And why did you ask that?”
“There was a bug in your food,” says the boy. “But it’s gone now.”