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JoJo Siwa is a 19-year old singer/dancer who dresses like she’s 10. She also makes $2 million a year doing YouTube videos and has her own breakfast cereal. Yes, I just typed that. JoJo’s cereal is officially called Strawberry Bop and, as you can see by the photo on the box, it is (mostly) Pink. The crunchy, corn-puff-based cereal reportedly has a flavor similar to the Strawberry Shortcake Cereal. There are also reports that eating it will turn your poop pink. TMI.
Photographed in the Lot Less Closeout Store on West 14th Street, NYC
Tastes Like Butts!
If your wardrobe already includes This T Shirt featuring Beavis’s favorite cereal, you might as well give Butthead equal time. T shirt purists can get this very fun Butt Munch Cereal box design (by Punksthetic) as part of your warm weather gear for just $24.95 at This Link, but it’s also available on a variety of practical swag such as hoodies, messenger bags and masks, so check it out now!
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The simple pleasures of enjoying a bowl of cereal with milk has returned to my life recently, thanks to a line of shelf-stable, plant-based milks from Koita, a natural foods company based in Italy (check out my review of Koita’s Organic Coconut Milk at This Link). This week I am reviewing Koita Oat Milk, made from Italian oats and water, and fortified with vitamins and calcium. I’ve reviewed oat milk-based beverages on the blog before and found them to be quite delicious, and ideal as a milk-substitute in smoothies and shakes, thanks to its creamy texture that’s very similar to dairy milk.
Continue reading Product Review: Koita Dairy-Free Oat Milk
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Here’s another entry in this rad blog that I invite you to file under “Things You See at Kroger.” This box of Strawberry Frosted Shredded Wheat Cereal caught my eye when I was grocery shopping with my sister while visiting California at Christmas. Because the search for Pink Things observes no Holiday!
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During Saturday Night Live‘s Season 15, way back in 1989, the late Phil Hartman starred in one of the series more hilarious commercial parodies for a fictional product called Colon Blow, spoofing the new wave of high fiber cereals. In the spot, Phil is a typical man sitting down to have a bowl of cereal when an off-camera announcer asks him, how many bowls of his regular oat bran cereal would he have to eat to get as much fiber as Colon Blow. It turns out to be something like 30 thousand bowls, which then form a towering pyramid, with Phil perched atop of them all. Priceless. Continue reading Yes, It Exists: Colon Blow