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Fallout 4 Sugar Bombs Cereal Bowl Begs for Crunch Berries

by Shane McGlaun
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In Fallout 4 it seems like I find boxes of Sugar Bombs cereal everywhere I go. It’s only slightly less prolific than bottles of Nuka Cola. I’ve often wondered what Nuka Cola tastes like, I assume it’s sort of like generic Coke (or maybe the sticky sweet “New Coke”). I’ve also wondered what Sugar Bombs taste like.

I peg that cereal for the super sweet sort along the lines of the Captain Crunch with none of those less sweet yellowish squares to mess up the round crunch berry goodness. Now I can eat my Oops! All Berries right out of this awesome Sugar Bombs cereal bowl.

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It looks like the bowl that normally holds noodles in the game to me. You can put 14 ounces of your favorite breakfast eats inside the bowl, so long as that eat isn’t instant oatmeal that needs to be microwaved, since it’s not microwave safe. Though you’d think it would be able to handle exposure to radiation. You can’t put this in the dishwasher either, which is weird since it is ceramic. Regardless, it’s still cool, and you can get yours for $11.99(USD) at ThinkGeek.

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