silly rabbit! Cereal is for Dinner!

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my favorite cereal type is

fruity (fruity pebbles, froot loops, trix, etc)
5
3%
chocolatey (cocoa puffs, cocoa pebbles, etc)
15
10%
honey (smacks, honey-nut cheerios, golden grahams, etc)
14
9%
french toast (french toast crunch, cinnamon toast crunch, etc)
6
4%
apple (apple jacks, apple cinnamon cheerios, etc)
3
2%
cereal w/ marshmellows (lucky charms, count chocula, marshmellow alphabits, etc)
4
3%
other (cookie crisp, honey bunches of oats, cap'n crunch, pops, etc)
17
11%
plain grain sweetened cereal (frosted flakes, alphabits, frosted cheerios, etc)
14
9%
plain grain unsweetened cereal (corn flakes, corn chex, wheat chex, cheerios, etc)
36
24%
"heatlhy" cereal (grape nuts, kashi, etc)
28
18%
i don't like cereal (translation: i am a godless communist)
11
7%
 
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Re: silly rabbit! Cereal is for Dinner!

Postby 22/7 » Wed Oct 29, 2008 5:44 pm UTC

Yes, those are Apple Jacks. I had some for breakfast today. They are delicious.

That's not what the rest of the world (the US) calls rice crispy treats.

Quisps, eh? Hm...
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Re: silly rabbit! Cereal is for Dinner!

Postby hermaj » Wed Oct 29, 2008 10:51 pm UTC

I am very happily munching my big bowl of Special K. :D

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Re: silly rabbit! Cereal is for Dinner!

Postby schumi_girl » Wed Oct 29, 2008 10:55 pm UTC

I have Coco Pops for breakfast :)

Mmmm.

'Just like a chocolate milkshake only crunchy', as the ad goes.


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Re: silly rabbit! Cereal is for Dinner!

Postby Axman » Thu Oct 30, 2008 3:10 pm UTC

Maybe this is telling of me, but I like the cereals that fuck up your mouth. I mean, I don't like them because of the aforementioned, but that's always a potential side-effect. I like granola that loosens your fillings, I like Cap'n Crunch, I like those weird, fried, sugary, brown bran rings, and if I recall correctly, the Reese's Puffs. If there was a way to combine blood-seeking Tootsie Roll Pops and milk besides the disgusting obvious, I would be on that like the clap.

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Re: silly rabbit! Cereal is for Dinner!

Postby mosc » Thu Oct 30, 2008 4:43 pm UTC

Axman, you must be some kind of mouth masochist.
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Re: silly rabbit! Cereal is for Dinner!

Postby danpilon54 » Thu Oct 30, 2008 7:33 pm UTC

Am I seriously still the only one who loves Cinnamon Toast Crunch the most? You're all crazy...
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Re: silly rabbit! Cereal is for Dinner!

Postby mosc » Thu Oct 30, 2008 8:51 pm UTC

danpilon54 wrote:Am I seriously still the only one who loves Cinnamon Toast Crunch the most? You're all crazy...

They totally ruined it when they made it whole grain. Now it tastes like cardboard with cinnamon sugar on it. Not all bad, granted, but hardly my favorite.
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Re: silly rabbit! Cereal is for Dinner!

Postby cyberia » Sun Nov 02, 2008 7:21 am UTC

I voted for 'healthy' as I often have Special K with sliced fruit for 'dinner' (late-night meal when I get home from work).

Froot Loops are good for a special treat, though.
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Re: silly rabbit! Cereal is for Dinner!

Postby Armadillo Al » Tue Nov 04, 2008 8:39 pm UTC

danpilon54 wrote:Am I seriously still the only one who loves Cinnamon Toast Crunch the most? You're all crazy...

If Cinnamon Toast Crunch had been put into a 'Cinnamon' category with Cinnamon Life, I would have voted for it, but I just couldn't resist all that honey goodness.

Although, I do love me a good bowl of Rice Chex...and heck, even those old Shredded Wheat bricks can be awesome every once in awhile...
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Re: silly rabbit! Cereal is for Dinner!

Postby Meowgan » Fri Nov 07, 2008 4:24 am UTC

Weetbix with brown sugar is om nom nom.

Or dry weetbix with vegemite.
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Re: silly rabbit! Cereal is for Dinner!

Postby Teapot » Tue Nov 11, 2008 4:54 am UTC

Cheerios are my favourite. I'm eating them right now! Look!

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Me eating cheerios in my pyjamas at 4.50am with no milk because I have no milk in my flat :(
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PS - also that is a bad picture of me, but my point is that Cheerios are tasty and also I am very, very tired right now.
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Re: silly rabbit! Cereal is for Dinner!

Postby Bakemaster » Wed Nov 12, 2008 12:47 pm UTC

It's odd to see Cheerios advertised with the Nestlé brand.
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Re: silly rabbit! Cereal is for Dinner!

Postby hermaj » Wed Nov 12, 2008 11:08 pm UTC

That is what my Cheerios look like, too. Bakemaster, what do your Cheerios look like? What brand are they if not Nestlé?

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Re: silly rabbit! Cereal is for Dinner!

Postby PictureSarah » Wed Nov 12, 2008 11:28 pm UTC

Our Cheerios are General Mills.
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Re: silly rabbit! Cereal is for Dinner!

Postby |Erasmus| » Thu Nov 13, 2008 9:23 am UTC

I don't think i've ever eaten cheerios.

Alas, for what I previously said, the new 'weet-bux fruity' which replaced the old fruity-bix that i loved, I have since remembered is actually quite bad. That was why I had not had them for so long.

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Re: silly rabbit! Cereal is for Dinner!

Postby SecondTalon » Thu Nov 13, 2008 4:33 pm UTC

hermaj wrote:That is what my Cheerios look like, too. Bakemaster, what do your Cheerios look like? What brand are they if not Nestlé?

As that particular box in Teapot's hands looks to be of the Multi-Grain variety...

They look like this
The regular kind looks like that.
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Re: silly rabbit! Cereal is for Dinner!

Postby fishyfish777 » Fri Nov 14, 2008 5:18 am UTC

I voted apple jacks. Can't go wrong with 'em.
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Re: silly rabbit! Cereal is for Dinner!

Postby 22/7 » Fri Nov 14, 2008 5:11 pm UTC

fishyfish777 wrote:I voted apple jacks. Can't go wrong with 'em.
I had those for breakfast this morning, and you are quite correct.
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Re: silly rabbit! Cereal is for Dinner!

Postby folkhero » Sat Nov 15, 2008 8:50 am UTC

Does anyone have a favorite way to eat their cereal? If it's something small, like Cheerios, I put it in a mug with lots of milk, and just drink it up, no need for a spoon. Cereal is awesome because, to rip off Jerry Seinfeld, you can eat and drink at the same time without looking down. With the mug and no spoon method, you get all those benefits, plus a free hand. Just be careful to have lots of milk left at the end so you don't have any stragglers.
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Re: silly rabbit! Cereal is for Dinner!

Postby SecondTalon » Sat Nov 15, 2008 7:41 pm UTC

folkhero wrote:Does anyone have a favorite way to eat their cereal? If it's something small, like Cheerios, I put it in a mug with lots of milk, and just drink it up, no need for a spoon. Cereal is awesome because, to rip off Jerry Seinfeld, you can eat and drink at the same time without looking down. With the mug and no spoon method, you get all those benefits, plus a free hand. Just be careful to have lots of milk left at the end so you don't have any stragglers.

I do that if I'm in a hurry. Throw it all in a glass, get in the car and go.

Otherwise, I prefer the blind shovel method - that is, pretty much hover my head over the bowl, set my eatin' arm on autopilot and read a book.
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Re: silly rabbit! Cereal is for Dinner!

Postby |Erasmus| » Sun Nov 16, 2008 8:37 am UTC

SecondTalon wrote:Otherwise, I prefer the blind shovel method - that is, pretty much hover my head over the bowl, set my eatin' arm on autopilot and read a book.

I will generally do this but with the newspaper.

I will sometimes do the cup thing if I am having it as a snack or something later in the day. I usually have more cereal for breakfast than can be fit into a mug.

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Re: silly rabbit! Cereal is for Dinner!

Postby cyberia » Thu Nov 20, 2008 6:04 am UTC

I eat my cereal out of a bowl and watch every mouthful in case a bug or some random bit of crud ends up in my cereal.
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Re: silly rabbit! Cereal is for Dinner!

Postby sje46 » Thu Nov 20, 2008 6:06 am UTC

I can not be the only marshmallow fan here.
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Re: silly rabbit! Cereal is for Dinner!

Postby ishikiri » Mon Nov 24, 2008 1:57 am UTC

SecondTalon wrote:
hermaj wrote:The regular kind looks like that.

Woah I don't think we have those over here. We just have multigrain and the honey variety. I wish they would produce a box of just the darkest ones and the lightest ones. Yum.

I generally like to eat lots of cereal with upto a pint of milk per bowl, preferably in either a tupperware container or a Pyrex glass jug. I usually eat Frosties, because they are cheap.

My record for Shredded Wheat is 12 ina single sitting. It was quite a long sitting. Went through a tonne of sugar too.

Also Chex are sold in the UK as Crispix. They are depressingly difficult to get hold of.
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Re: silly rabbit! Cereal is for Dinner!

Postby Bakemaster » Mon Nov 24, 2008 5:47 pm UTC

Are you sure about that? Here in the US, Chex and Crispix are two different cereals, manufactured by two different companies. Chex are square and come in different varieties by grain, whereas Crispix are hexagonal and are a combination of corn and rice.
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Re: silly rabbit! Cereal is for Dinner!

Postby hermaj » Tue Nov 25, 2008 12:43 am UTC

I don't know about the UK, but our Crispix are square and made of corn.

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Re: silly rabbit! Cereal is for Dinner!

Postby Bakemaster » Tue Nov 25, 2008 5:10 pm UTC

That's horrible. I can't imagine living in your world.
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Re: silly rabbit! Cereal is for Dinner!

Postby mosc » Tue Nov 25, 2008 10:55 pm UTC

hermaj wrote:I don't know about the UK, but our Crispix are square and made of corn.

Holy Crispix batman! You guys really have it rough!

Although honey chex would seem to be rather appealing to me...
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Re: silly rabbit! Cereal is for Dinner!

Postby Aleril » Fri Nov 28, 2008 8:29 am UTC

If I am to eat cereal, it would have to be Trader Joe's Banana Nut Clusters. Sweet, but not too sweet, but just the right amount to taste good. Plus the flakes don't get soggy as quickly as most cereals.


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Re: silly rabbit! Cereal is for Dinner!

Postby darktan » Sat Nov 29, 2008 4:02 am UTC

I like cheerios.
Back in my early childhood I had corn flakes with large amounts of suger and milk, then I found out about suger frosted cornflakes, lived in a few years of sugar induced bliss and then switched to cheerios for a reason I cant quite remember. Been with them ever since.

As much as I try, unless they're in a mug or something I can NOT pull off a blind shovel process for eating cereal. I always end up dropping milk over my face/shirt unless I look down to keep the spoon level. Its quite frustrating.

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Re: silly rabbit! Cereal is for Dinner!

Postby SecondTalon » Mon Dec 01, 2008 9:50 pm UTC

... again, the blind shovel method involves you leaning over the bowl so as to not accidentally soil your clothing.

Ideally, your head should be no more than six inches above the bowl. Or table.
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Re: silly rabbit! Cereal is for Dinner!

Postby 22/7 » Tue Dec 02, 2008 2:46 pm UTC

I recommend one of these:

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Postby tin » Tue Dec 02, 2008 4:12 pm UTC

Or one of these?
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So many American cereal choices! Half of which mean nothing to me! I do like eating cereal though, at random parts of the day. I usually like honey laden things like Sugar Puffs, Crunchy Nut Cornflakes or some sort of honey oat nut cluster gubbins which catches my eye when i'm shopping.
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Re: silly rabbit! Cereal is for Dinner!

Postby Luthen » Wed Dec 03, 2008 3:32 am UTC

Morning routine is fruit muesli on top of two broken up weet-bix. If my sweet tooth bites I hide a layer of dark brown sugar between the muesli and the weet-bix.

Used to like fruity-bix as well, glad I was never aware they'd been replaced.

It was a family tradition to get Cocoa Pops or Fruit Loops for the summer holidays or when something special happened, though. Still I have trouble understanding some American cereal options, marshmellows? Why?
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Re: silly rabbit! Cereal is for Dinner!

Postby Zak » Wed Dec 03, 2008 3:38 am UTC

Hey! These don't taste like apples!
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Re: silly rabbit! Cereal is for Dinner!

Postby Senefen » Sun Jan 04, 2009 3:13 am UTC

Anything with ridiculous amounts of sugar, frosties, fruit loops etc. I don't eat them much though, for obvious reasons. Nut feast is nice, it doesn't have enough sugar to bake a batch of muffins with too.
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Re: silly rabbit! Cereal is for Dinner!

Postby PhatPhungus » Sun Jan 04, 2009 11:07 pm UTC

You missed the Granola/Meusli catagory. I clicked healthy, but not all granolas are really that healthy.

Also, granola is excellent with peanut butter.
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Re: silly rabbit! Cereal is for Dinner!

Postby teamcorndog » Mon Jan 05, 2009 4:02 am UTC

Megatriorchis wrote:HONEY SMACKS HONEY COMBS HONEY NUT CHEERIOS HONEY BUNCHES OF OATS HONEY HONEY.

I tend to like honey cereals because of how they flavor the milk. Mmmm. And they're good warmed up, too.


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Re: silly rabbit! Cereal is for Dinner!

Postby psyck0 » Thu Jan 08, 2009 4:45 pm UTC

SecondTalon wrote:So, I didn't eat sugared cereals until .. well, basically adulthood. I still don't eat them as you would normally.. you see a box of a morning cereal to pour in a bowl and douse with milk, I see a box of snackums to eat with a bare hand like one would eat a box of crackerjacks or something.

As is, Corn Chex or whatever the knockoff brand happens to be called is the best ever, and I'll knife-fight you if you disagree. Not to the death mind you, that'd be stupid. To the maiming.


That is bizarre. My girlfriend's favourite is also Corn Chex. I had never heard of them or seen them until she introduced me to them. I didn't actually think they were that great, though.

I like most of the healthy cereals, surprisingly. I like oats and nuts and fruit bits and everything else they have in abundance.

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Re: silly rabbit! Cereal is for Dinner!

Postby bigglesworth » Thu Jan 08, 2009 4:57 pm UTC

Damn. Last time I saw this thread, I liked honey based cereals and voted as such, but here I am enjoying these Raisin Wheats...
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