The saying ‘Breakfast of Champions’ might have various connotations. It had been initially taken from the advertising slogan for the Wheaties brand of cereal that was noted for featuring notable sports athletes on its packaging and proclaiming that they had the ceral in the morning, suggesting that it helped them grow to be winners. This soon became a relatively symbolic expression or jargon for just about any food or drink that may be commonly considered to be unhealthy. This is especially the situation if one consumes it for breakfast or in the morning on a regular basis. As an example a lot of people joke about a early morning ritual as the Breakfast of Champions is a thing the daily morning practice of having a few smokes and a couple cups of coffee to acquire the fix of nicotine and caffeine so that you can face the day. For other people it may well imply the regular consumption of the same breakfast, like bacon and eggs. Some tell you they need their Breakfast of Champions to effectively awaken each morning and to get their bowels going prior to facing the day ahead.
As opposed to that, the Breakfast of Champions is also a 1973 novel also referred to as Goodbye Blue Monday an American writer Kurt Vonnegut. The story is set in the fictional city of Midland City and it tells the tale of two lonely, thin, fairly old white men on a planet which was dying. One of those males, Dwayne Hoover, is a Pontiac dealer owns a Burger Chef franchise who becomes obsessed with the imaginary writings of Kilgore Trout, taking what his science fiction writings for a actual truth. As the story starts, Trout goes to Midland City for a conference appearance where he meets Dwayne Hoover and Dwayne is inspired to run amok from there. It is actually not really that clear from the narrative what the title of the book has to do with the widely used use of the phrase, breakfast of champions.