Crunchy Nut Man– Kellogg’s has just created a new purported superhero. I’m a little skeptical. What exactly are his superpowers? Does it have something to do with that spoon on his forehead? What is his kryptonite? Who is his nemesis, maybe Ham and Eggs Man? Toast Girl?
I could scan it with my cellphone, but I suspect that I will be as disappointed as Ralphie with his secret decoder ring.
The cereal is delicious, and doesn’t hurt the roof of my mouth like the product endorsed by the other crunch-based cereal mascot, who shall remain nameless… because he does not exist in the Kellogg’s superhero universe.
So I opened my email this morning, and the very first one;
Should You Pre-Chew Your Child’s Food?
Apparently Alicia Silverstone has decided that the big mixers at Gerber aren’t good enough for her baby, so she chews the food herself, and spits it in the baby’s mouth. Like a mother bird. I kid you not. Is this even legal?
The article states that “Chewing your kid’s food is definitely cheaper than buying baby food, and it’s more time-efficient than making it in a blender or food processor.” Is Alicia Silverstone that broke and busy? I’m all for saving money, but I would go with the “Penny Smart” baby food instead.
Here’s what really worries me; I am fine with ladies who breastfeed in public, but what if this catches on and they start taking their babies to restaurants and doing this? At least it would keep them from yammering on their cellphones.
Here’s the article; the great Pre-chew debate
I like to save money by going to the dump at the reservation instead of the county waste transfer station, but that place creeps me out… there are stuffed toys and Barbies watching from the trees. I opened the truck door so they couldn’t see me throwing away some old broken toys.