Tuesday, November 18, 2008

Muffin-Top Express

I can't say I'm really worried about the economic spiral our country is in, but I am worried about my wife suffocating me in my sleep....so recently we have started an effort to eat at home more, which in turn sparks more random purchases by me, negating any money saved. I will slowly chronicle each experience in my foray into the consumer packaged goods wasteland by posing this question about my first item.

What happens when the Boo Berry Ghost sexually violates the Cinnamon Toast Crunch chef? Malt-O-Meal's Blueberry Muffin Tops.


Ugh. Seriously people. I don't know how I am going to get through an entire bag of this. It basically tastes like those mini-snack muffins rolled in sugar with milk. The flakes(?) look almost exactly like pieces of Cinnamon Toast Crunch except for the blue specs. And the blue specs...holy hell the blueberry scent fills your entire house. My wife came a half hour after I willed myself through the bowl and could still smell it. But back to my original question...

I found this lovely, very sexual deviant-ish image of Mr. Boo Berry on the internets. He looks like he gets drunk off of his cereal, enough to go on a cereal raping spree. It's been a good two years since I've properly experienced some Boo Berry, but there is no way it could be as awful as the Muffin Tops. As far as the ghoul-cereal trifecta goes, Boo Berry has always stood at number two above the lowely Franken Berry. But I have another question...


Whatever happened to the other two Cinnamon Toast Crunch chefs? Why is the box of cereal magically levitating in this image? Doesn't the skinny one on the left look like he is going to do something criminal with that spoon?

2 comments:

Bull E. Vard said...

Why would you ever purchase that? It just sounds horrible. They should put Clark Griswold on the box because his magic must have been used to make sure the milk doesn't permeate through the muffin tops.

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