Posts tagged "cereal"

Taco Bell’s Cap’n Crunch Delights Are Speaking To My Mouth And Vagina

I know how the headline sounds, but seriously, does that picture not make literally everything water? Do you not have an erection from that picture? Is this just me? Taco Bell is testing out a new pastry dessert that’s basically Cap’n Crunch dough filled with “milk icing,” by which they mean, I’m sure, “icing…
By: Rebecca Vipond Brink / February 28, 2015

Let Cereal Take You On A Wild Ride Through Linguistics

If there’s one way to get me to learn about something, it’s to incorporate food into the lesson. Especially cereal, because cereal is my Achilles heel. Anyway, Michael Stevens of the YouTube channel Vsauce has tapped into our primal cereal-craving urges to teach us about linguistics! It’s a weird, weird journey that starts with Steve…
By: Rebecca Vipond Brink / January 6, 2015

Chad Ochocinco Feeds The Sex Workers Instead Of The Children

Kroger grocery stores had to pull boxes of Chad Ochocinco's charity cereal off the shelves this week when customers made an unsavory discovery. The hotline number printed on each box was supposed to connect them to an operator at Feed the Children, but instead it connected them to eager phone sex operators. Oopsie! A…
By: Ami Angelowicz / October 1, 2010

Naming A Cereal “Muffin Tops” Seems Like A Bad Move

Blueberry Muffin Tops cereal has been around for a few years, but we just noticed it at the store and can't believe a company would name a cereal after the fatty flesh that hangs out over the waistline of pants, especially since it doesn't look like the tops of muffins. What's next, Love…
By: Catherine Strawn / May 28, 2010

The Daily Squeeze: Happy Foods, Obesity, Canada, And Prostitutes

Foods that contain the amino acid tryptophan, including mung beans (yum!), lobster, turkey, asparagus, sunflower seeds, cottage cheese, pineapple, tofu, spinach, and bananas, might improve mood and well-being. Tryptophan is the same element that makes you sleepy after eating Thanksgiving dinner. Wanna know what food makes me happy? Peanut butter. And peanut butter ice cream.
By: Catherine Strawn / May 6, 2008