Food: Cereal: Theme
Indiana Jones: The breakfast cereal   (+15, -1)  [vote for, against]

If it's possible to make a breakfast cereal that expands slightly in milk, it should be possible to attach two pieces of breakfast cereal compound with different milk-absorption rates to each other so that this composite cereal bends when milk is added and one side expands more than the other. Then, if you create long strands of breakfast cereal with the high-absorption material alternating from one side to the other, you'll have a cereal which, when milk is added, will resemble a writhing cereal bowl of snakes.
-- hippo, May 29 2008

Monkey skull bowl Noodle_20Brains
Hooray for me! [theleopard, May 29 2008]

Another entirely relevant piece of shameless self-promotion Automatic_20Bag-a-sand_99
For [MikeD]
(I really need to think up some new ideas...) [theleopard, May 29 2008] the same aisle as: 2001_3a_20The_20breakfast_20cereal
[hippo, May 29 2008]

...and: Jaws_3a_20The_20breakfast_20cereal
[hippo, May 29 2008]

Halfbakers Anonymous Halfbakers_20Anonymous
My name is [-----} and I am a pedantic, over educated cynic with too much time on my hands ..... [8th of 7, May 30 2008]

Corn Snakes
Charming little pets. [8th of 7, May 30 2008]

Science Candy Science_20Candy
One aisle across [simonj, Jun 12 2008]

Snakes. Why'd it have to be the snakes?
-- theleopard, May 29 2008

Do you get a novelty whip to eat it with? [+]
-- lostdog, May 29 2008

Right up until the writhing snakes I thought it was going to be some kind of construction that had a 'secret' operation when milk was added...
-- Jinbish, May 29 2008

We could make hard candy crystal skulls and put them in the cereal, with backing from the american dental association. The cracked tooth and filling market would go ballistic!
-- plynthe, May 29 2008

Served in a monkey skull bowl.
-- 4whom, May 29 2008

Cutting open the empty box on the dotted lines should reveal a gauntlet to get at the prize in the bottom.
-- 2 fries shy of a happy meal, May 29 2008

[4whom]! I think you have something there!
-- theleopard, May 29 2008

{images, of carefully replacing the cereal box with a like-weighted bag of sand on the grocery store shelf, flit through the mind.}
-- MikeD, May 29 2008

No, no, [sans deux pommes frites]. The cereal needs to be ripped from the centre of the box by hand, to the sounds of ritual drum beats.
-- 4whom, May 29 2008

That shameless self-promotion didn't take long!
-- 4whom, May 29 2008

All perfectly relevant my dear chap. All perfectly relevant.
-- theleopard, May 29 2008

[The Leapord] Automatic bag-a-sand : Yet another reason why I am logged onto the HB when there are so many more socially redeeming things I could be doing.
-- MikeD, May 29 2008

[quatre qui] I am amennable to the rythmic drum beats but ya gotta follow the dotted line to the X to find the treasure. Every kid knows that, tsh.
Wait, come to think of it, every kid knows haw to shred cardboard with their bare hands too.

Well now I just don't know anymore.

I hope you're happy!
-- 2 fries shy of a happy meal, May 29 2008

Sp: you're
-- Texticle, May 30 2008

Thanks [MikeD], and my apologies for sustaining your unhealthy addiction to this site.

This is like Halfbakers Anonymous.

"My name's [theleopard], I've been a halfbaker for almost two years now, and, I've found myself writing html tags in letters and birthday cards to loved ones. Things like, '<sombre voice>Hope you get well soon! </sv>' and things like that, and I've got to stop!"
-- theleopard, May 30 2008

//I've got to stop!//

Quick everybody, persecute him!
-- Jinbish, May 30 2008

In keeping with the theme, the boxes of cereal should only be put on supermaket shelves when they are twenty years past their "sell by" date.
-- DrBob, May 30 2008

hey, that was a good movie.
-- FlyingToaster, May 30 2008

// persecute him //


"We have found an Unbeliever, may we Bake him ?"

-- 8th of 7, May 30 2008

Boa Cornstrictors?
-- xenzag, May 30 2008

No, Corn Snakes.

-- 8th of 7, May 30 2008

Milk snakes too!
-- Cuit_au_Four, Jun 12 2008

Anacornda, Shirley?
-- Jinbish, Jun 12 2008

//twenty years past their "sell by" date//
Within two hours it should completely unravel, leaving you wondering why they bothered to make it.
-- Amos Kito, Jun 12 2008

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