Come on, Ryan Gosling! If you’re not careful and eat your cereal you’ll be the next Quentin Tortellini.

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  1. I love this so much. I also love cereal a whole lot.

    • Best cereal? Discuss.

      • For the record, it’s Peanut Butter Crunch, if we’re not counting discontinued product lines. If we are, Oreo O’s.

      • Cap’n Crunch, but that’s a special occasion cereal. Everyday, I like Corn Chex.

      • Honey Smacks. Mmmm sugary nostalgia.

        • I love the marketing team behind Smacks. “Let’s make a cereal, name it after a drug, and throw a frog on the box!” Genius! Presumably the same team behind Nesquik, that made a chocolate cereal that looks exactly like the feces of their mascot.

        • I used to love Smacks when I was a kid and for some reason I thought it would be fun to eat them out of a giant aluminum mixing bowl, with water instead of milk. It was not tasty and the bowl was too big!

      • I don’t think I could pick just one. I love Frosted Mini-Wheats, Raisin Bran, Honey Nut Cheerios, Cookie Crisp, Crunch Berries, and on and on. If I had to pick one, I’d go with Kashi Autumn Wheat. I has a decent amount of fiber (I’m old) and the right amount of sugar. Somewhere between “tastes like cardboard” and “tastes like diabetes”.

        • I eat Autumn Wheat (cinnamon flavor) all the time because fiber.

        • I can’t eat Raisin Bran anymore because one time I poured a whole bowl of it and poured milk over it and it wasn’t until the spoon was halfway to my mouth that I realized the bowl and spoon was full of maggots! NIGHTMARE TIME!

          • One time I opened up a box of Kashi something coconuty or something and there was a hair in it. Haven’t eaten Kashi in a while since then.

      • Now i eat gluten-free panda popper puffs or something like that, but in my previous life i single-handedly kept whoever the parent company was of Almond Delight (RIP) in business. Also all of the Cap’n family and the Flintstone cereals when i had a hankering for straight up Type 2 edge play.

      • Honey Bunches of Oats with cinnamon clusters or almonds. I ate a lot of this cereal while drunk in my early twenties?

      • Oh!s, hands down, and for some reason it really surprised me that it’s one of the most sugar-packed cereals despite the fact that I knew it was delicious and so duh it’s full of sugar. But now that I’m in a gluten-free household (hey Flaskie!) we pretty much just eat Honey Nut Chex for our sugary cereal needs and Udi’s gluten free cranberry granola for our parfait needs.

      • I usually buy either multigrain cheerios because they’re cheap, or else I get either Kashi Crunch or Special K Satisfaction and mix them with Fiber One Original because I’m an old person and they’re too sweet on their own and I also really love good poops. I’m also pretty big on making fancy porridge and cream of wheat with all kinds of nuts and fruits in them, which you have with loads of milk and a pinch of honey or brown sugar. I also really like granola with plain yoghurt. I’ pretty into breakfast foods in general.

  2. Is that Corn Pops, because they’re discontinuing it due to the high percentages of bht (ingredient in embalming fluid). Maybe that’s why he won’t eat it? RIP Corn Pops. You deliciously evil bastard.

  3. Cinnamon Toast Crunch or Golden Grahams.

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