Twice I've been on flights and had the animal cracker snack option stolen from me. I was baffled the first time and asked the stewardess why they weren't serving animal crackers, and she said that there was a passenger on the flight with a severe peanut allergy. I looked around and tried to figure out who it was. I wonder if they felt any guilt at all in preventing me from getting animal crackers. And how severe could this person's allergy be? It's not like they searched everyone who got onto the plane to see if they had food that contained peanuts. My carry-on could have been overflowing with cashews. I mean, I didn't plan on grabbing this bag of animal crackers and forcing it down anyone's throat but my own.