You know, a lot of people think that the "B.A." in B.A. Baracus stands for "Bad Attitude." That is a common misconception. It actually stands for, "Baked Alaska." Baracus had a huge sweet tooth and was fond of all of the classic desserts. His anger came from the fact that people would often make fun of him for eating three or four servings at a time.*
(*According to my A-Team fan fiction entitled, B.A. and Three Other Dudes We Don't Care About.)
When the Care Bears don't get their daily intake of ham and cheese on a Ritz Cracker accompanied by a tiny bag of Skittles, things can get ugly. Don't mess with a hangry Care Bear ”” they make the Gremlins look like Pound Puppies.
As cool as this is (even with that butterfly sticker that compromises its overall resale value, but I digress), if this E.T. lunch box contains nothing but alphabet soup, oyster crackers and a boysenberry fruit leather, your entire lunch experience is still a colossal failure.
Your mom might have had this Charlie's Angels lunch box when she was a schoolgirl. And if she did, chances are she pretended to be a butt-kicking Angel, showing the Russians a thing or two, all the while smiling and rocking a fantastic pants suit.
Yes, I am sure there were some Luigi-inspired lunch boxes somewhere out there, but I sure as hell never saw any kid holding one. Let's face it: Luigi was the less popular bro. (Come one, the game is called Super MARIO Bros.!) He's the Stephen Baldwin of the video game world.