The Bob Ross posthumous merchandising craze continues. Yes, Bob Ross The Joy of Cereal is an actual breakfast cereal with marshmallows inside. The cereal appears to be a Lucky Charms ripoff with oat squares and happy little marshmallows.
Fruit Loops. They’re magically delicious. Wait, that’s not right. They’rrrrrre great! No, that’s not it. Anyway, I don’t have to ask Toucan Sam to follow his nose to this Froot Loops cereal candle, because I can do that myself.
You know I always thought that the Lucky Charms leprechaun seemed a little drunk. Hey, if you drink enough you’re gonna be seeing pink hearts, yellow moons, orange stars, green clovers, and blue diamonds everywhere. This Lucky Charms inspired beer is exactly what he would drink.
Growing up, the key to a great Saturday morning full of cartoons and fun was a big bowl of Cap’N Crunch cereal with Crunch Berries in it. Note that I am most certainly not talking about the nasty peanut butter variety available back in the day, or the “plain” version that lacked Crunch Berries; those cereals were for hooligans.
Overwatch players will already know that Lucio makes in-game references to his own cereal: the support character even has a spray for a box of “Lucio-Oh’s” cereal. Players really liked the joke so they added a voice line.
Back in the day, the thing to do early on a Saturday morning was eat a huge bowl of sugary cereal and watch cartoons. I tended to choose my cereal at the store not based on taste, and certainly not on its nutritional value, but on the cool factor of the toy promised inside.
You know what we need? Better and more fun breakfast cereals – with better toys in them. Do they even still put toys in cereals, or have the lawyers shut that down too? Well, if you want new cereals that you can eat and feel like a kid again, Funko has got your back.
Growing up. my mom never cooked and when she did it was in the microwave or the deep fryer. Forget about getting bacon and eggs for breakfast. If you ate it was cereal. I like cereal as much as the next kid, but the problem was by brother was all Fruity Pebbles all the time and was much whinier than I so that’s what we ate 90% of the time.
Selfies. A vile habit for the vain? Or just a fun way to be forever alone? Maybe both. Selfies jumped the shark a long time ago with such products as the Selfie Stick. Just when you thought the selfie accessories could not get any stranger, along comes the Selfie Spoon.
Back when I was a kid, the prizes in cereal boxes used to be pretty great, but then some stupid kids had to go swallow their toys and ruin it for everyone. The lawyers intervened, and such began the demise of cereal box toys, and the rise of idiotic crap like online redemption codes.
I just got back from seeing Man of Steel, so I’ve got Superman on the brain. It’s also time for breakfast around here, and I could use some cereal. Thanks to designer Phil Postma, I can enjoy both Superman and breakfast cereal at the same time.
A lot of people would agree that breakfast is perhaps the most important meal of the day. I agree and I never miss it if I have a choice. But if the mascots on the cereal boxes had a change of face and were changed to look like the ones below, then I wouldn’t hesitate to skip it.
I was wandering the cereal aisle in my local grocery store looking for my morning sugar fix, when I stumbled this Xbox-themed promotion in boxes of cereal.
Six Xbox-branded mini-games are available in specially-marked boxes of Kellogg’s cereal (I always wanted to say that), including Apple Jacks, Cocoa Krispies, Corn Pops, Froot Loops, Honey Smacks and Frosted Flakes.