Thursday, March 10, 2011

Cereals that aren’t around anymore

Cereals that aren’t around anymore
Back in the day, I used eat all kinds different cereals when I was a child, which is probably why I am so messed up today. 
Here are a few I’ve forgotten about.
Morning Funnies Cereal:  I almost forgot about this one, and I used to be into the newspaper comics.  I actually remember my mom getting me this brand.  Each cereal opened up and had a comic strip within it. You can see more of what I am talking about here. I always viewed Morning Funnies as the Justice League of comic strips.
Dunkin' Donuts Cereal: Great, mixing donuts with fattening cereal was a bright idea for children. My biggest problem with the cereal was that it didn't taste like freaking donuts. What is up with the Ron Jeremy knock-off mascot on the box cover? Having a fat hairy dude on the cover doesn't make me want to eat the cereal.
Bill and Ted's Excellent Cereal: I think this was based off the cartoon show more so than the two movies. Yes, there was a Bill & Ted's cartoon show. When I watched the movie, I didn't really think two time-traveling drugged teenagers were a good idea for a kids' cereal. What do I know? Besides, we know that it was excellent because it says it right in the title of the cereal.
Strawberry Honeycomb: I loved this version of Honeycombs. I liked the strawberry flavor. I hated the stupid kid on the front. You want me to eat the cereal with that creepy happy kid on the cover?
Vanilla Ice Cream Cones Cereal: I liked this on too. It actually tasted like Ice Cream and cones. Man, I miss this one.
Mr. T Cereal: I remember it tasting more like a cheap version of Captain Crunch.
New Kids on The Block Cereal: The wrong stuff. If the cereal taste like crushed dreams and has-been memories, then I want to try it. It had to be at this point the group realized that they've peaked...that or the really bad cartoon show they had.
C3PO's: Yes, whore out your universe even more, George Lucas. I think I had some of this stuff, and I hated the cereal. It didn't taste like gear grease and metal though.


MC said...

Technically for Canadians, Frankenberry doesn't exist anymore either.

Semaj said...

I had to look up Frankenberry on wiki. While I used to eat it, I too haven't seen it around here, but it says that few of the monster themed cereals are still in service. I need to take a stroll through the cereal row at the store.

I liked the "Boo" Berry cereal too

Ice Cream Cones said...

I gave my son cereals every morning as a part of his healthy diet. And I assure to it that I am giving him a good nutrients and well food. Cereals are really healthy to kids.

lanscape gardener southend said...

Cereals are best for kids. Some kids are not used to eat breakfast every morning, mothers take some ways to feed them, and the best for it is this. However such kind of food really doesn’t promise the kind of nutrients and vitamin’s needed by your kid’s body. That’s why more mothers are getting creative on ways how to feed their children.

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