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(YouTube)   The odd and sometimes troubling history of General Mills' monster cereals like Count Chocula, Franken Berry and other spooky, kooky flavors (avoid lengthy advertisement by starting video at 2:40 mark)   (youtube.com) divider line
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208 clicks; posted to Food » on 18 Oct 2022 at 9:16 PM (16 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook



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2022-10-18 9:23:45 PM  
Children pooping pink turds in 2022, what would social media reaction be if this was a new product?
 
2022-10-18 9:32:54 PM  
I'll just avoid the lengthy advertisement by not clicking the YouTube link, thank you very much.
 
2022-10-18 9:48:32 PM  
This was must-have cereal for me as a kid. I would try it again, but I'm sure I'd be bitterly disappointed.
 
2022-10-18 10:19:40 PM  
THAR YUMMEH MUMMEH, THARR!
 
2022-10-18 11:51:04 PM  
You bet it's troubling! They stole Al Franken's ass for Frankenberry!
 
2022-10-19 12:49:55 AM  
Not watching the video, but is the controversy that the monster cereals are awful now? Don't taste anything like they used to...
 
2022-10-19 1:28:17 AM  

peachpicker: Not watching the video, but is the controversy that the monster cereals are awful now? Don't taste anything like they used to...


It's mentioned I think.
 
2022-10-19 8:27:15 AM  
Food dye poop and accidentally putting a star of David on a count chocola box.
 
2022-10-19 10:56:51 AM  

bayoukitty: This was must-have cereal for me as a kid. I would try it again, but I'm sure I'd be bitterly disappointed.


You would. It tastes like Styrofoam now.
 
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