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Guest wrote:Pancakes, why does no one here like pancakes?

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I am a proponent of Golden Grahams. They are delicious.

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Post by CoffeeshopDropout »

i like anything with marshmellows....i never got those cereals when i could watch saturday morning cartoons and enjoy em.....now i binge

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Honey Nut Cornflakes are my favourite. Guess most of you haven't heard of them though.
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TheRaz wrote:Honey Nut Cornflakes are my favourite. Guess most of you haven't heard of them though.
I'd choose Crunchy Nut Cornflakes... are we discussing the same breakfast phenominon? I would guess so, though careless marketing may have driven a cruel wedge betwixt us.
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I'd choose Crunchy Nut Cornflakes... are we discussing the same breakfast phenominon? I would guess so, though careless marketing may have driven a cruel wedge betwixt us.
I guess we are. Sadly the life of a full time student doesn't allow for much of the whole 'milk and grain' thing very often so I guess you are probably right.

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TheRaz wrote:Where are you from?
Ah, my apologies. I should have been more thorough in my profile-entering habbits.

<--- With any luck, my location should now be entered just to the left here, for all to see, gawp at, throw peanuts towards.

Thankfully, TheRaz, you've thought ahead and I can clearly see now we're in different countries, providing a possible explanation for the discrepancies in our naming of what may well be the same product. However, I have a solution!

http://www.kelloggs.co.uk/products/product.asp?id=16

Kelloggs being the premiere (and as such, sadly, most expensive) cereal producer of the UK, I've chosen to go with their webpage. Also, it's the only one I could find. If you take a glance at it, perhaps the list of ingredients will match up with your own, and unity of the cereals can be achieved at last. :)
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I thought more on the subject and I think Honey Nut Cornflakes may just be a "budget" version of the original.
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TheRaz wrote:I thought more on the subject and I think Honey Nut Cornflakes may just be a "budget" version of the original.
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cocoa pebbles, golden grahams and froot loops which i sort by colors and eat a green bowl one day, a red bowl one day... you get the idea

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Kellog's cornflakes, for breakfast, lunch and dinner. I'm a student, so I can't affored real food.
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kinkymagic wrote:Kellog's cornflakes, for breakfast, lunch and dinner. I'm a student, so I can't affored real food.
tell me about it, here in england it's either noodles or pasta everyday

by the way, i'm not english so this is the most expensive place to live in for me

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Crispix would have to be my favourite.

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Stay's crispy in milk, my ass.

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Seriously, why are you reading my post history? That's pretty pathetic.
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