In Albert Einstein's Theory of Relativity, he describes gravity as a geometric property of space and time, commonly referred to as space-time. This is not to be confused with dining, which is a combination of meals and time, commonly known as mealtime.
Now, lunchtime and dinnertime can sometimes have an adverse impact on one's breath, making it difficult to have a goodtime and leading to a lot of alone-time. And that's where Einstein's Relatively Strong Mints by Unemployed Philosophers
come in. After mealtime, snack-time, or anytime, eat one or two of these tasty mints and your breath will be fresh in no-time.
Materials: Metal box, Mints