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    Default Favorite childhood cereal

    I think I'm feeling nostalgic. What was your absolute favorite cereal? You can also list all your favorites, but what was the number one?

    Mine was Apple Jacks (box from 1970's)



    Followed by Rice Krispies and Fruit Loops (but they got soggy so quickly).

    Do kids still eat sugar cereals? It's like crack in a bowl of milk.

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    fruit loops!
    i still love them. i like them dry though, no milk
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    Ya know, I knew kids that ate cereal without milk. They even put them in a bowl and ate them with a spoon. Talk about childhood memories!

    We both spelled it wrong, lol.


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    Let's ask Mikey!!!

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    Cherrios! My sister called the baby donuts! And corn flakes!
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    My mum only ever let me have weet-bix when I was a kid. Or porridge in winter. So whenever I went to a friend's house for a sleep over and they had the exotic froot loops or honey smacks, I was in state of bliss.
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    1. Fruity Pebbles!
    2. Honey Comb

    and I have been on the Honey Smacks kick for a couple months now I saw them in the store and thought OOO I loved those.. which I still enjoy. Remember the frog on the box.. his name was what??

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    We weren't allowed to have "fun" cereal. The one I do recall getting to eat and absolutely love was Rocky Road; it was short lived but is full of sugary goodness!
    I like the yogurt cheerios now; I think I have every variety of cheerios because that's the cereal I'll let my son have. I used to make him little tiny cheerio/cheese sandwiches where I would smush cheese into the centers.

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    Cocoa Puffs.
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    All i got as a kid were cornflakes, rice krispies, raisin bran, shreddies or cheerios. Not one bit of sugar in em. So BORING.

    My friends all that the overloaded shit.. Cap'N Crunch (cuts your mouth but oh so good), Count Chokula, honeycomb.. it was such a treat.

    I love Capn Crunch to this day
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    Golden Grahams, Lucky Charms, and Fruity Pebbles
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    Quote Originally Posted by Grimmlok View Post
    All i got as a kid were cornflakes, rice krispies, raisin bran, shreddies or cheerios. Not one bit of sugar in em. So BORING.

    My friends all that the overloaded shit.. Cap'N Crunch (cuts your mouth but oh so good), Count Chokula, honeycomb.. it was such a treat.

    I love Capn Crunch to this day
    Me too! I love Crunch Berries and still buy them. My gf and I were just discussing how it cuts the roof of your mouth.

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    Trix. I loved the pink milk.

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    My favorite was cap n' crunch but now that I'm older I think it's gross because it makes the milk greasy.

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    We were only allowed to have Corn Flakes, Shredded Wheat, or Cheerios when we were kids. When at someone's house we were able to try different kinds. My favorite was Sugar Pops. Now they call it Corn Pops because Mom's didn't want their kids eating a bunch of sugar.

    A close second was Lucky Charms and then of course Captain Crunch.
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