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2013-01-28 11:02:07 AM
Good.

That sugary crap was never "part of a nutritious breakfast" it was all marketing lies dressed up with distracting cartoons.
 
2013-01-28 11:04:55 AM
Frosties?

Oh, Frosted Flakes delivered in a lory and eaten in a flat.
 
2013-01-28 11:05:37 AM
Wow. We reached full derp in only one posting. Thats grrrrrrrrrreat!
 
2013-01-28 11:10:39 AM
Well just thorw your kids outside all day til the sun goes down and you wont have these problems.
 
2013-01-28 11:11:31 AM
He's already moved on to other acting gigs. I just saw Tony recently in that boat movie with the Indian kid.
 
2013-01-28 11:22:08 AM

Dick Gozinya: Wow. We reached full derp in only one posting. Thats grrrrrrrrrreat!


Apple Jacks used to be 57% sugar. It's dialed back down to 44%. There are still products with more than 50% sugar. This isn't cereal, it's candy. Marketing it as a meal is asinine.

If you want sugar on your cereal, fine, put a spoonful on pain flakes. You don't need the factory to put 10x the sugar on for you.

"I wonder why the kids are fat..."

Stop letting the TV and marketing departments tell you what's good for you. They're lying.
 
2013-01-28 11:23:33 AM
Will Tony's cousin Terry still be employed?

images1.wikia.nocookie.net

"Theyyyyy'rrrrre FOOD!"
 
2013-01-28 11:56:23 AM
Frosties?? They're FROSTED FLAKES, buttmunches!!

Also, there are far worse breakfast "foods" out there than Frosted Flakes...
 
2013-01-28 12:03:29 PM

lohphat: Dick Gozinya: Wow. We reached full derp in only one posting. Thats grrrrrrrrrreat!

Apple Jacks used to be 57% sugar. It's dialed back down to 44%. There are still products with more than 50% sugar. This isn't cereal, it's candy. Marketing it as a meal is asinine.

If you want sugar on your cereal, fine, put a spoonful on pain flakes. You don't need the factory to put 10x the sugar on for you.

"I wonder why the kids are fat..."

Stop letting the TV and marketing departments tell you what's good for you. They're lying.


I had Frosted Flakes all the time as a kid, and I wasn't f....

....

Never mind.

/actually, I wasn't
//it was only the kids that didn't GO OUTSIDE and play sports or something that got fat
 
2013-01-28 12:14:57 PM

xanadian:
//it was only the kids that didn't GO OUTSIDE and play sports or something that got fat


But their teeth were full of caries, so they had that going for them.
 
2013-01-28 12:18:57 PM
I love Frosted Flakes, they are quite possibly the best breakfast cereal - however that S'mores cereal is giving it a run for its money in my book.
 
2013-01-28 12:29:23 PM
Don't forget, he was one of the singing heads in the Haunted Mansion ride.

/the more you know
 
2013-01-28 12:37:30 PM
Kind of funny that breakfast cereal, which was invented by 19th century health reformers, has become unhealthy enough that it suffers from health crusades.
 
2013-01-28 01:17:27 PM
Obesity? I ate a ton of that crap and I'm still skinny.

Must not have been the food. Maybe it was the fact that mom had to drag me inside kicking and screaming at the end of each day because we weren't done playing yet.
 
2013-01-28 02:06:22 PM

BAMFinator: Don't forget, he was one of the singing heads in the Haunted Mansion ride.

/the more you know


also sang "You're a Mean One Mr. Grinch".

/RIP Thurl
 
2013-01-28 02:10:03 PM

edmo: Obesity? I ate a ton of that crap and I'm still skinny.

Must not have been the food. Maybe it was the fact that mom had to drag me inside kicking and screaming at the end of each day because we weren't done playing yet.


This.
 
2013-01-28 03:16:05 PM
Eh, most cereal isn't that good for you. Just look at the bizarre serving sizes that always seem to add up to nearly the same calorie count. 1 cup, 3/4 cup, half cup, 5/8 cup and it's always somewhere between 120 and 150 calories.
 
2013-01-28 03:20:07 PM

lohphat: Good.

That sugary crap was never "part of a nutritious breakfast" it was all marketing lies dressed up with distracting cartoons.


I totally agree. One thing I never figured out is where little kids got their money to buy cereal. Also, how did these little fatties get to the store and buy cereal?
 
2013-01-28 05:12:23 PM

meathome: BAMFinator: Don't forget, he was one of the singing heads in the Haunted Mansion ride.

/the more you know

also sang "You're a Mean One Mr. Grinch".

/RIP Thurl


Came for the Ravenscroft, leaving satisfied, but sad.
 
2013-01-28 06:48:58 PM

lohphat: Good.

That sugary crap was never "part of a nutritious breakfast" it was all marketing lies dressed up with distracting cartoons.


"Part of" The truth is right there.
 
2013-01-28 09:10:22 PM

AiryAnne: lohphat: Good.

That sugary crap was never "part of a nutritious breakfast" it was all marketing lies dressed up with distracting cartoons.

I totally agree. One thing I never figured out is where little kids got their money to buy cereal. Also, how did these little fatties get to the store and buy cereal?


By the same brainless parents we have today who have no self control nor parenting skills to take control of the proper raising and feeding of their crotchfruit and watch them balloon because going outside to play is "dangerous".
 
2013-01-28 10:32:34 PM

AiryAnne: lohphat: Good.

That sugary crap was never "part of a nutritious breakfast" it was all marketing lies dressed up with distracting cartoons.

I totally agree. One thing I never figured out is where little kids got their money to buy cereal. Also, how did these little fatties get to the store and buy cereal?


They watch commercials during their cartoons, and then later when they go to the grocery store with their parents, they whine and stomp and demand it, and their parents, who don't know how to be good parents, buy it for them.
 
2013-01-29 01:17:22 AM

AiryAnne: I totally agree. One thing I never figured out is where little kids got their money to buy cereal.


Phtphtpt, you must not remember the samples that came with the Sunday paper. See, until your iPad can spit out a free breakfast, it's not as good as newsprint.
 
2013-01-29 09:46:48 AM
FTFA: "David Cameron, pictured with son Arthur and daughter Nancy in 2007, said he was trying to stop them drinking too much Coca-Cola"

Those kids are what, under 5?

My 6 year old gets root beer about once a month as a "Special treat" at birthday parties, and only coke when grandpa sneaks him some at restaurants. I think the problem is letting the kids have soda instead of milk or juice or even *gasp* water.

They better not take away my Frosted Flakes.
 
2013-01-29 02:33:43 PM

RaceDTruck: meathome: BAMFinator: Don't forget, he was one of the singing heads in the Haunted Mansion ride.

/the more you know

also sang "You're a Mean One Mr. Grinch".

/RIP Thurl

Came for the Ravenscroft, leaving satisfied, but sad.


Your brain is full of spiders, You have garlic in your soul,
Mr. Grinch, I wouldn't touch you with a thirty-nine & a half foot pole!

That and I still want Chocolate Frosted Sugar Bombs
 
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