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I Vant To Have My Cereal, Blah!

I guess I shouldn’t be surprises in an age where tweeners are frothing over ‘Twilight’ movies and littler one are watching Monster High, still you’d think that someday the ride of sugary cereals would come to an end…but not today.  Thanks to General Mills only selling Count Chocula, Frankenberry, and Booberry during Halloween, cereal hoarding is a thing now. The company has sold the “Monster Cereals” since the early 1970s, but in 2010 they started selling them only during Halloween season.

And some people are going to extremes to get their morning chocolate and marshmallow fix year-round. Too funny, blah!

 

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