Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Hurdles meditation cereal

bite size figures of life's important symbols
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Get your morning off to a philosophical start. Bite size figures of adults, children, house, auto, pets, coin, etc.,. After 9/11 people are taking more time to think about what's important in life. Don't you want your morning cereal to reflect that sensitivity. Feed your head with these delicious prompts. Silly fish, Hurdles is for adults.
jackoutofthebox, Oct 31 2002


       tellytubbies - yes!
po, Oct 31 2002

       Instead of *snap*crackle*pop* it goes *ommmmm*...
phoenix, Oct 31 2002

       Hi ya, Pop!
po, Oct 31 2002

       I really, really, really like this. At first I was thinking, "Oh, god, no, I'll just sit there at the breakfast table contemplating all these things, staring while my cereal gets soggy, and worrying about my day." But then, I realized that, after this moment of pause, I then get to EAT those hurdles! That makes it wonderful, you see, what with the metaphor for conquering clearly represented by the very tactile crunching of my jaw upon the symbols of my trials. Bravo, sir.   

       Served as part of a complete breakfast, including juice and a love-shaped croissant.
absterge, Oct 31 2002

       Can you make a version that looks like my boss? A cereal effigy? Hey, now that's an idea...
RayfordSteele, Oct 31 2002

       Baked - our plant manager already has a face like chewed muesli.
egbert, Oct 31 2002

       Scrolling through the cereals, misread this as "Herpes Medication Cereal"
Spacecoyote, Nov 18 2008

       It could be that too. Put some kind of weird purine analogue in it, stick a gout warning on the box and you've killed two birds with one stone. It would probably make your hair fall out and give you aplastic anaemia, but then you can't have everything, can you? That's rather the point of the cereal. All things must pass.
nineteenthly, Nov 18 2008


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