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Desc:I liked this way better than Cap'n Crunch because I was retarded.
Category:Classic TV Clips, Video Games
Tags:Nintendo, Mario, 80s, donkey kong, of course theres a cereal
Submitted:FeeFiFoFoTheFifeFifeBrown
Date:07/11/08
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THE SECRET LIVES OF CEREAL REVEALED

Donkey Kong: Repurposed surplus Cap'n Crunch.

Ninja Turtles: Repurposed surplus Chex squares with rejected irregular Lucky Charms marshmallows.

Spider-Man: See "ninja turtles."

The Dark Knight Cereal: Joker marshmallows actually surplus pieces from"Crazy Clown Crunch," discontinued in 1981.

Boo Berry: Due to the presence of certain industrial chemicals, not technically a food.

Naruto cereal: "Liquid gay" actually listed among ingredients on side of box.

Trix: Horrible.
Camonk
You know what was an awesome licensed cereal? NERDS. NERDS cereal kicked ass. THE MORE YOU KNOW

fluffy
Wow, Mario sure was a lot skinnier back then. Must have been before the drugs.
Caminante Nocturno
Too much crunching in this commercial.
FeeFiFoFoTheFifeFifeBrown
Little story for you all:

When I was three, my mom told me that I'd have a new baby sister soon. I immediately suggested the name "Pac-Man." When met with her understandable skepticism, I got quiet for a moment, thought it over, and then suggested "Donkey Kong."

They should have listened to me.
Cube
Dude, she would've had her own cereal!

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