Raisin Bran is one of the most consistent cereals ever. It’s been around for nearly 100 years, and changed very little since then. Oh, sure, they’ve occasionally switched it up a bit—some Craisins here, some crunch there—but overall it’s been pretty much the same thing since eight o’clock day one, especially compared to the big-name, kid-targeted cereals like, say, Lucky Charms, which seems to change its marshmallow lineup every few months, and isn’t afraid to mix in with completely different cereals now and then. Or add unicorns!
For some reason, there’s been a real glut of YouTube videos about cereal posted lately, and if you haven’t seen them, they’re new to you! What further introduction do you need? Watch the magic cereal bowl! Watch… This playlist currently has 7 videos. If you want to skip ahead, you can view the playlist directly.
Teens around the world are risking their lives in a bizarre new trend, imitating some of their favorite internet celebrities as they literally bathe in Cheerios, Froot Loops, and other breakfast cereals meant for eating! Here is just some of the evidence of this shocking new “game” from around the web: Good Mythical Morning “Giant
And if you happen to be one of the lucky winners, maybe you can be a lamb and bless your favorite, long-running cereal blog with a box for review and archival purposes. Eh? Eh…? All right then.
Actual home made cereal, a metal song about cereal, and info on collecting cereal boxes!
Another cereal-themed game from NPR, consuming mass quantities (of cereal), and fast food rumors.
Artist Clark Orr has designed a cereal-inspired postage stamp as part of his “Pop Culture Postage” exhibit at Gallery 1988.