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curdling o's

never have soggy cereal
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Ever eat soggy cereal, fed up with having to eat it. then try curdle o's with its milk curdling additives you'll never it soggy cereal again because if this cereal is in milk to long it'll make the milk curdle preventing you from eat the crapy soggy sereal.
stinkycheese, Jan 23 2004

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       Even if you like curds and whey (ugh!), the whey will soggify your wheaties.
DrCurry, Jan 23 2004

       [stinkycheese], I think you should avoid dairy-related ideas... They don't seem to suit you.
k_sra, Jan 23 2004

       Sugar frosted lemon-o's.   

       Speaking of bad things to do with dairy, ever had Baily's & Coke? If you add about a shot of Coca-Cola to a shot of Baily's Irish Cream, you get something that isn't strictly liquid anymore. You get a bun for reminding me of that little experiment.
dijontoothpaste, Jan 23 2004

       Cement Mixer O's. The cereal you eat on a dare.
DonBirnam, Jan 23 2004

       [dijon] we once spent an evening in a bar which had uv lighting trying to mix novel drinks containing tonic - for the blue glow. Bailey's and tonic doesn't stricly glow, nor is it stricly edible.
hazel, Jan 23 2004

       [dijon] and [hazel] ... to be honest, the malibu and ginger was the find of the evening.
jonthegeologist, Jan 23 2004


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