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View Poll Results: Are you eating your Wheaties?
Yes. 3 9.68%
No! No! No! 12 38.71%
Anything but that 4 12.90%
What are Wheaties? 4 12.90%
Eating is for wussy 8 25.81%
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Old 06-30-07, 10:07 PM   #1
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Are you eating your Wheaties?

So, are ya?
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Old 06-30-07, 10:11 PM   #2
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Old 06-30-07, 10:15 PM   #3
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I likes me some tennis.

I also likes me some carbs, regardless of the source....
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Old 06-30-07, 10:17 PM   #4
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I change my vote to beer.
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I've actually never had Wheaties. Crispix is currently my breakfast cereal of choice.
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Old 06-30-07, 10:34 PM   #8
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They make your #2s much more satisfying.
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I prefer oatmeal to Wheaties.
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Wheaties is yummy. I could go for some Wheaties right about now.
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I prefer oatmeal to Wheaties.

Me too!
The current favorite version has a handful of dried cranberries stirred in
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To be honest, I don't think I saw a box of Wheaties my whole life as a kid in Canada. It wasn't until a few years ago, that I confirmed that the product was not a cereal myth.
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I eat Grape Nuts more than any other cereal. Haven't had Wheaties in a long time. I just might have to pick up a box now.
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I avoid wheat. Not good for you.
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I eat Grape Nuts more than any other cereal. Haven't had Wheaties in a long time. I just might have to pick up a box now.
The problem, with Grape Nuts is it takes too much energy to eat when you're up at 5:00 am. I need something that get soggy so I can pour it down
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Screw Wheaties, sugar free Fiber One ftw!
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Raisin Bran all the way
+1 I love Raisin Bran.

But lately, I've been eating Honey Bunches of Oats. That **** rocks!
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I just take chocolate chips, dip them in honey, and then roll them in brown sugar for that kick in the mouth morning flavor.

I call them 'Rotten-toothie-O's'
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[QUOTE=Sirrobinofcoxly]So, are ya?
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No way jose.
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I've always been kind of disappointed that "Chocolate Frosted Sugar Bombs" only ever existed in "Calvin & Hobbes" cartoons.
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Screw Wheaties, sugar free Fiber One ftw!
I tried it once. No joking, I couldn't tell whether I was eating the box and packaging or the ceral. That stuff is literally fiber (as in paper or wood by-products) and something to make it taste sweet.
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I've always been kind of disappointed that "Chocolate Frosted Sugar Bombs" only ever existed in "Calvin & Hobbes" cartoons.
Damn, that's what I was just coming in here to mention.

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