I can't believe this wheel is only ten inches across because, in real life, it's enormous! It has all the information you need to eat and be healthy. Let's say, for example, that you'd like a nice serving of pancreas for breakfast (as one does). Just point the dial to "pancreas" (it's listed just under "brains") to find out what's in that stuff. It contains plenty of silicon, The Optimistic Mineral!
The Wheel O' Life was produced in the 1940s by...wait for it...the Wheel O' Life Company. We actually have two of these wheels. Sadly, The Wheel O' Life is flawed and the Wheel O' Life Company knew it. The holes don't always center themselves properly and there are instructions on the back addressing this deficiency: "If necessary, adjust slightly so that the figure appears in the center of holes. If more than one figure appears, use the one nearest the center. If only part of a figure shows, do not consider."
Tomorrow, I'll show you a wheel that is considerably more complicated than this one yet amazingly accurate in its figure-to-hole integrity.