We've had the first, the sequel, and now the test of time! The dreaded threquel!! .....I'd be wiggling some sort of aluminum and flicking the lights on and off rapidly but I doubt it'd convey the same sense while I was typing a blog-post.. Also I'm fairly certain James would have me institutionalized because as soon as I pull some random sheet of aluminum out of no where, start making loud noises with it, and flicking the lights for no apparent reason that would be the point he'd be convinced that I'd finally gone completely off the deep end. Not that it wouldn't be a nice effect.. I just can't stream the action onto the blog sadly.. I should really be able to. Enough rambling about inane things, though! Shall we ramble on about the subject of the threquel? The CEREEEAAAAL!? Yes! Yes we shall!
General Mills S'Mores Crunch:
NOTE: Disturbingly in modern times the cereal company Kellogg apparently decided to rip off S'mores Crunch Cereal and in 2003 released this monstrosity onto the world;
General Mills Nickelodeon Green Slime Cereal:
I love Nickelodeon. Search this blog and you'll easily find things from Nickelodeon I adored, tons of things not limited and including the epic Legends of the Hidden Temple (which I still watch re-runs of. I wish they were new but alas, all I have are re-runs) and the reason I love Nickelodeon can partly be expressed through this cereal. Released in 2003, it's not an ancient contender by any lengths but it is from the past and can't be found anymore so it's worthy to be featured. Again it's made by General Mills who seems to be taking over the world in a covert opera.. Oh shit, I just uncovered a secret covert conspiracy by General Mills to usurp power and control of the world from the governments and powers that be through feeding them years and years worth of diabetus coma inducing sugar-laden corn, haven't I!? I should finish this article quickly before they come to try and take me away (In their clean white coats. Ha-Ha!) I had a few boxes of this, I count myself lucky for having had this. It's one of the few cereals I actually ate with milk like 'cereal' is meant to be eaten.. I treated most of it like candy but there's a reason why I couldn't eat it all like candy and had to have at least one bowl full traditionally and as intended.. That is because..
AND DINNER TONIGHT - OH. MY. GOD.
There are rare meals that I make once in a while that come out so unbelievably perfectly, so flawless and so without any bit of disappointment or regret. It just magically comes together and when it's finally all on the plate and dished it is just perfect. This was one of those rare meals. The amount of pride I feel when I show this picture to the world through my blog is.. Well, indescribable.. I only hope that someone out there appreciates it as much as I did and is as impressed as I was with my work;