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the cereal killer

I guess I just can’t stay away this morning.

Once again back to post after just 3 hours of posting. What is my obsession with this thing!? Step away from the computer!

That’s really annyoing.

Oh well. I just had to post about my bizarre breakfast moment.

I was pouring my Frosted Flakes into my bowl when “it” gently rolled out and landed right on top. Ahhhh, the much coveted and long awaited prize in the cereal box. When I was younger that was the holy grail- the reason I would be up to my arm in cereal digging in the box (gross). It was the whole reason I would eat cereal. Now, however, you almost have to pry the box out of my hand in fear that if you don’t step in things could get messy. Without supervision I could easily kill a whole box in a day. Any kind of cereal. I have no prejudices.

So anyway, “it” fell out. I have to admit, I wasn’t nearly as excited as I used to be, but I was still surprised at the elation it caused and the fact that I actually spoke outloud, “Wow! I got the prize!” What a huge dork. I know.

I sat down and started to eat and decided to open my new treasure. It was this top- you know the ones that spin, with a booklet attached (because kids need instructions to work toys that don’t come with a million buttons and gadgets and batteries I guess). So, I opened it up and it wasn’t instructions at all…

It was ring tones and phone backgrounds for your cell phone! What in the world? “All you have to do kids, is text message these numbers to this number and we will send you your very own anime background!”


What is the median age for cereal eaters that really really want the prize (not including me)? What- like 6 or 7? These kids are barely able to fuse together meaningful sentences and they have cell phones now!?

What has the world come to?! “Hey Kayleigh, its Kelsey. I know you live right next door but I don’t believe in going outside anymore so do you want to come over to my house and call boys from my cell phone!?”

Kids have cell phones but still require their mom to hold their hand while they cross the street? Kids have cell phones but still wear pajamas that have the feet in them?

I think we’ve gone way to far.


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