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Friday, March 30, 2007

My Cereal Cupboard

It’s like a grocery store, only less sexy.This is my cereal cupboard. It contains a variety of delicious breakfast foods that I enjoy eating when I eventually drag my weary ass out of bed, which is usually half an hour too late.

On the top shelf you'll notice such tasty things as Nesquik and Reese Puffs greasy Peanut Butter Cups cereal. No, you’re not crazy. (Well, okay, maybe a little) Those boxes are quite a bit smaller than regular cereal boxes. They are 160 and 165 grams, respectively. They cost one dollar each. A steal considering a 360 gram box of Nesquik costs over $4.

To the left is my Carnation Instant Breakfast. These things are like chocolate candy milkshakes. The only thing better would be cotton candy coated bacon with some super awesome homefries on the side.

On the next shelf is 2 boxes of Boo Berry, one box of Franken Berry. I bought a disgusting number of boxes of the famous Monster Cereals on a trip to the states one fine November.

After eating them for breakfast and for dinner for 3 straight months, and creating my own variation of them, I became sick of them. The eating ceased. Even now their staleness penetrates my tastebuds and repulses my stomach. Yet, for some unknown reason, I refuse to throw them out.

Nestled on top is an emtpy box of Double Chocolate Cookie Crisp. I really should get rid of that one. To the left of those are two of Suz's cereals. They are more the healthy variety, so I don’t touch them.

On the bottom shelf you will find one box of Brown Sugar Mini Wheats and one unopened box of Chocolate Lucky Charms. I'm the founding member of CLCA (Chocolate Lucky Charms Anonymous) and therefore fight my urges without a sponsor. I've restricted my Chocluck intake to the weekend only, and it usually only lasts for one weekend - as 5 bowls is a typical breakfast for me.

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8 Comments:

Blogger Ms. Creek said...

i used to do the cereal thing, but now it is alway:

toasted peanut butter and honey sammy on WW bread, large glass of milk.

yours has a little more variety than mine.

yours is funner than mine.

wanna trade?

5:02:00 PM

 
Blogger Ms. Creek said...

okay, so i lied. this morning i am having elk sausage (very lean and tasty!) on a cheese bagel. don't even think about asking to trade with me this morning!

10:38:00 AM

 
Blogger honkeie2 said...

I can eat ceral day in and day out, try mixing them all in one bowl lol

9:10:00 AM

 
Blogger Martini said...

Elk? ELK? Maybe General Mills has overlooked Elk. If I ever become CEO of General Mills, I'll introduce limited edition Lucky Elk Charms cereal. If your enthusiasm is shared by the rest of America, it will sell like hot cakes.

10:52:00 AM

 
Blogger Ms. Creek said...

elk-shaped hot cakes?

7:54:00 PM

 
Blogger Rainypete said...

What about the llamas?

You've got enough sugar in that cupboard to trigger diabetes in a small town!! I'm glad I'm not your dentist.....or maybe I would want to be him as he must make a pretty penny.

Mmmmm.....elk puffs! Now with 20% more antler.

6:40:00 AM

 
Blogger patti_cake said...

If I remember correctly it was cereal that brought us together *grin* or was it cupcakes... or ice cream... or candy? Damn I know it involved food!

2:07:00 PM

 
Blogger Martini said...

Cereal is the universal food of happiness. They say Chocolate Lucky Charms is the way to a man's heart. And I believe it.

2:17:00 PM

 

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