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what's your favorite cereal? by Jaygee79
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i'm eating some dry Kix right now. yummy

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Kix is an excellent snack.

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Nesquick (sp?) by far!!

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Cinnamon Toast Crunch!!!

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I dont really have a fav ceral, but this weeks flavor is Honeycomb

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sugar smacks and honeycomb (no milk) and Cocoa puffs

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anyone try this new cinnamon crunch crispix? it's pretty good.
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Buc*Wheats.

They haven't existed for 15 years, but they're still my favorite. (a type of Frosted Flakes, but make with wheat, and 'frosted' with maple syrup flavor instead of sugar.)

Now that I mention it, the chocolate version of Frosted Flakes they had last year was pretty awesome, too.

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LZ, ther's a reason those things haven't existed in 15 yrs: they were awful!!
Raisin Bran for me.
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Frosted Wheat
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They were awesome. Maple flavoring rocks. Plain sugar sucks.
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Reeses Peanut Butter Cereal. I love that sh*t
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Frosted wheat and Golden Grams by far. I don't eat much cereal as my breakfast is when everyone is eating dinner. But when I do, thats it.
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Golden Grahams used to go great with Mountain Dew. Still, it's OK with AriZona Green Tea.

Honeycomb isnt bad, but getting a bit sweet for this old man's teeth.

Frosted Mini Wheats aren't bad either, but they soak up an awful lot of your drink.

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Cheerios multi grain, not too sweet.
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Shreddies or Cheerios for me. Just having a bowl of Shreddies as I sit here on the keyboard actually
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Cheerios + granola + apples + raisins + milk (of course) makes a good breakfast for me.
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Originally posted by Dan R:
Reeses Peanut Butter Cereal. I love that sh*t

That is my pick too.
I only have maybe 1-2 boxes in a year though, i can feel my teeth rott when i eat it

Every day gets kellogs vector, and eggs on the weekend

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LZ, I got to thinkin about that cereal & realized I had no idea what a buckwheat is. (other than the cereal) It's called the poor man's wheat cause farmers can't make much money on it. It doesn't produce much grain. As a matter of fact, the link I read, said, if you take a bushel of seeds, plant them on an acre of land, you will harvest back--LESS than a bushel of buckwheat!!
 
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Buc*Wheats.

They haven't existed for 15 years, but they're still my favorite. (a type of Frosted Flakes, but make with wheat, and 'frosted' with maple syrup flavor instead of sugar.)

Now that I mention it, the chocolate version of Frosted Flakes they had last year was pretty awesome, too.

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Coco-Pops. Just like a chocolate milkshake only crunchy the monkey tells us. You might not have them though I think

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Aus, we have something called coco-puffs here. I think the commercial for them involves an animated monkee, been a long time since I watched tv on Sat morning.
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LZ, I got to thinkin about that cereal & realized I had no idea what a buckwheat is. (other than the cereal) It's called the poor man's wheat cause farmers can't make much money on it. It doesn't produce much grain. As a matter of fact, the link I read, said, if you take a bushel of seeds, plant them on an acre of land, you will harvest back--LESS than a bushel of buckwheat!!

Hmm... interesting. I had no idea there was such a thing.

I'm sure the cereal probably used regular wheat flakes, though, but now we know where the name came from...

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Report this Post03-11-2002 08:37 AM Click Here to See the Profile for Ken WittliefSend a Private Message to Ken WittliefDirect Link to This Post
HANDS DOWN - NO QUESTION - The best ceral is LIFE!!!

If you never tried it - LIFE is like a box of Chocolates!


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Originally posted by Jaygee79:
i'm eating some dry Kix right now. yummy

That'easy, Capt. Crunch, it doesn't matter which kind, they are all good!

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Special K, Cheerios, Cocoa Puffs.

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Haha... some of you people eat the same kinda stuff my grandparents do....it must be an old person thing...haha just kidding

By far, the best is Fruity pebbles and Cookie Crisps!!!

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Quisp (yes...it's available again).

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Frosted Flakes hands down...I could eat some right now!

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Fruit Loops or Rice Krispies!

Poured on either of these in a "Jethro Bowl", a 5 pound bag of Sugar. I like a little cereal with my sugar. It adds texture, color and just a hint of another flavor to kick it up a notch.

YUM! And the Sugar Buzz is to die for!

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Oh my golden grahms, crispy crunchy golden grahms, whole new kind of breakfast cereal, band new honey treat!

in no particular order-
Golden Grahms
Reese Puffs
Fruity Pebbles

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Why do old people like Grape Nuts?
I call 'em Gripe Nuts.

Best cereal is Cap Crunch. I don't know how the Blue Man Group can eat it raw though without shredding their mouth to pieces.

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Originally posted by sarabear:
Haha... some of you people eat the same kinda stuff my grandparents do....it must be an old person thing...haha just kidding

By far, the best is Fruity pebbles and Cookie Crisps!!!

mmm cookie crisp. i haven't had that in years!

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Fruity pebbles
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Don't have cereal often and it depends on my mood - but first choice is Wheat Chex, then Shredded Wheat. Use to love Buc Wheats (hmmmmmm there seems to be common ingredient to these huh?lol).

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Ruskets or Malt-o-Meal.
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common guys your forgetting the best cereal of all Lucky Charms! what other cereal has as much marshmellowy goodness? When I was a kid I use to eat all the hard floaty things first (what are those things anyways) and leave all the marshmellows till last.
mmmm milk and marshmellows.
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I had a box of Corn Flakes in my cupboard so long once that it had bugs in it.

The problem with eating Corn Flakes thats has bugs in it is, after the bugs are all gone, all you have left is the soggy flakes :c(

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