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I like Lucky Charms quite a bit as well. I wish they still made Rice Krispie Treats cereal. That stuff was the best.

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I like to eat Graham Crackers as a cereal. Breaking up a couple of them in a cereal bowl and pour milk on them, so good.

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Some of y'all are weird.

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i had a coupon for a Post cereal and for some reason i went with Fruity Pebbles. it was never a cereal i ate a lot as a kid, mom didn't buy 'em. it is weird how its just flakes of sugar with a food dye in it and it made me think...fruit loops are circles of sugar with food dye in it, trix are orbs of sugar with food dye in it, etc.

and yet id probably rank it trix, fruit loops, FP

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Frosted Flakes. It's a cereal that has no illusions about what it is - a sugar delivery system.

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I don't know why but Raisin Nut Bran is a craving of mine all the time. I can't get enough of the stuff.

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CardsofSTL wrote:
March 25 21, 11:50 am
Peanut butter and Chocolate Cheerios were the greatest innovation of the last decade in the cereal business.
Chocolate Chex for the win.
JoeMcKim wrote:
March 25 21, 8:00 pm
I like to eat Graham Crackers as a cereal. Breaking up a couple of them in a cereal bowl and pour milk on them, so good.
Yes, this has been a staple since childhood.

This one is pretty good too.
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heyzeus wrote:
March 25 21, 10:49 am
I'd still eat a big [expletive] bowl of Cinnamon Toast Crunch right now anyway.
I'll take it a step further. I don't recall doing this on Friday night, but two large boxes of CTC showed up at my door from Amazon on Sunday. Clearly I got stoned and thought about the shrimp tail thing because I haven't bought cereal, let alone CTC, in like 10 years. There's no such thing as bad press when it comes to sugary cereal, I guess.

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thrill wrote:
March 29 21, 9:51 am
heyzeus wrote:
March 25 21, 10:49 am
I'd still eat a big [expletive] bowl of Cinnamon Toast Crunch right now anyway.
I'll take it a step further. I don't recall doing this on Friday night, but two large boxes of CTC showed up at my door from Amazon on Sunday. Clearly I got stoned and thought about the shrimp tail thing because I haven't bought cereal, let alone CTC, in like 10 years. There's no such thing as bad press when it comes to sugary cereal, I guess.
One click purchasing on the Amazon app is absolutely a menace.

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heyzeus wrote:
March 29 21, 11:17 am
thrill wrote:
March 29 21, 9:51 am
heyzeus wrote:
March 25 21, 10:49 am
I'd still eat a big [expletive] bowl of Cinnamon Toast Crunch right now anyway.
I'll take it a step further. I don't recall doing this on Friday night, but two large boxes of CTC showed up at my door from Amazon on Sunday. Clearly I got stoned and thought about the shrimp tail thing because I haven't bought cereal, let alone CTC, in like 10 years. There's no such thing as bad press when it comes to sugary cereal, I guess.
One click purchasing on the Amazon app is absolutely a menace.
My daughter found Amazon once as a kid. Put $900 worth of Disney movies in the cart but, thankfully, never clicked on the 'one-click' purchase button. We disabled it after that.

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