I miss Waffle-O's with the syrup flavor and Do-Nuts (Do-licious!) that were mini powdered donuts that were great with just the right milk soaking. Smurfberry Crunch was pretty good, and even made a recent comeback I think.
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Originally posted by KJames199Honey Nut Corn Flakes. 3P0's. And Strawberry Shortcake (shut up).
Almost every quickie licensed cereal is the same berry flavored mixture, in a limited amount of shapes. Most recently High School Musical had a cereal made up of the stuff.
I second the Waffle-Os (I especially want the blueberry flavor back! I made my mom stock up on that when I noticed the shelves were dwindling) and Do-Nuts (eith powedered sugar or Chocolate flavored, Yum!).
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That's the thing, I can't find pop tarts in this part of the world. Hence my answer to your one question :)
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Nerds and the gimmick bowl you had to send box tops for. I actually had the bowl but it eventually "disappeared." My folks never understood the point of it. The bowl was divided in the middle and you could but each flavor of cereal on either side, then remove the divider.
Originally posted by ZeruelNerds and the gimmick bowl you had to send box tops for. I actually had the bowl but it eventually "disappeared." My folks never understood the point of it. The bowl was divided in the middle and you could but each flavor of cereal on either side, then remove the divider.
It made sense to me when I was 6 or so.
I can't believe there was a Nerds cereal. But, yeah, here it is. Is that a decent representation of what happens to kids who eat this stuff for a meal?
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