artisanal film reviews | by maryann johanson
Tue May 12 2009, 07:14pm | 6 comments
I am astonished by the adoration of American males (and perhaps males of other national persuasions?) for breakfast cereal. It’s candy in a box. Is that all it takes to amuse people?
Cinnamon Toast Crunch FTW! Honorable mention to Reese’s Puffs.
I do indeed eat cereal for all meals. Where else can you get sugary deliciousness mixed with all the vitamins and minerals of an entire produce department?
Um, women like cereal too…and it is not candy, at all, unless you are eating children’s cereal.
Go sit down with a bowl of Kashi Strawberry Fields with skim milk or Greek yogurt, and maybe reconsider this post.
Bwahaha, I love it! It’s become the part of the culture of this site to turn everything into a controversy.
Now we have Joey preaching breakfast food feminism (or is it masculinism, I can’t even tell).
Any idiot who puts Lucky Charms at Number 6 deserves our scorn. Count Chocula as Number 1??? You crazy person, you so crazy! Lucky Charms is awesome beyond all concepts of awesome. Like they say in that first Austin Powers flick, Lucky Charms is “ooo I’m eating candy!” in a cereal! For breakfast! My older brother would demand our parents buy Lucky Charms, and then he’d steal the box, horde ’em in his bedroom with the doors locked! Name me one other cereal that would drive a 16-year-old like that into madness!
So it’s either that or Fruit Loops. Which didn’t even make this list?!?! GGGAAAAAHHH, we’re dealing with fools here…!
I am astonished by the adoration of American males (and perhaps males of other national persuasions?) for breakfast cereal. It’s candy in a box.
Even Cheerios? Or Wheaties?
You have an odd definition of candy, MaryAnn.
What a sourpuss…don’t you like cereal? C’mon, cereal is one of those few things that is universally liked.
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