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Glow in the dark cereal
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Using the same formula from the glow in the dark edible body paints we have candy flavored O's that glow.

Jingle (tune of Mares Eat Oats)

Your nose can glow
Your toes can glow
This cereal should help you
Everything's cool that glows
Aren't you?

sartep, Dec 22 2003

Glow in the dark edible body paint http://superstore.g...low-in-the-Dark.htm
[sartep, Oct 04 2004, last modified Oct 05 2004]


       Heh Gieger Grahams, no Chernobyl'O's. Radioactively delicious.   

       I'm pretty sure they are non toxic and not radioactive in order to be edible.
sartep, Dec 22 2003

       Because Radios are radiant, I think the name works.   

       I like the name phosphoreos as cookies go and I didn't like gloweos as much as I liked radios.
sartep, Dec 22 2003

       Thinking about it more, I would like a few phosphoreos. That would be an awesome cookie. You could halfbake that.
sartep, Dec 22 2003

       my vote goes to CurieO's...assuming you know who Curie is
Space-Pope, Dec 22 2003

       Marie? Yeah I heard of her, but that name for a radioactive cereal is taken by the capital steps.   

       Thus, when I found the edible body paints I realized that I didn't have to make them radioactive.
sartep, Dec 22 2003


       When I saw roswell super crunchies I was afraid I took your idea, luckily your cereal doesn't glow. Phew.
sartep, Dec 23 2003

Klaatu, Dec 23 2003

       In japan the name would be much easier to choose - it might translate to "Happy happy munchy wheat rings success shiny".
dobtabulous, Dec 23 2003

       I like dobtabulous's suggestion
thumbwax, Dec 23 2003

       It's Perfectly Harmless and Less than One Hundredth of a Percent of Natural Background Radiation Levels Now Can We Get On With Our Friggin Science If It's Okay With You O's?
Detly, Dec 23 2003

       Ready Brek - in the eighties, it had the slogan, "Get up and glow", and had adverts in which it imbued children with a powerful orange glow, which as I recall, kept them nice and warm. Presumably, this was a ploy to make these children, raised in the height of the Cold War, comfortable with the spectre of Nuclear Annihilation hanging over their little heads.
friendlyfire, Dec 23 2003


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