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November 13, 2012

NOW WITH ADDED PROTEIN

Man found bat in his cornflakes

(Thanks to Jeff Meyerson)

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why
so
cerealous?

Those are cornflakes in the bowl? They look more like Cinnamon Toast Crunch to me.

A Louisville Slugger?

And for today's entry in the Lawsuit Lottery...

Death by cereal!
There's a (wait for it) Cereal Killer on the loose!

No extra charge.

yeech. those arent cornflakes tho.

Dat's good eatin' (if you get rid of those crummy corn flakes).

Sticks (clings) to your ribs?

Finding my mother in law in my cornflakes would be the last straw.
Bad enough she pees in them on a daily basis.

I'm glad that experts believe the bat flew in by mistake; I'd hate to think this was the beginning of a trend...

Sounds like the Joker to me Batman !

Very unimaginative Marketing Dept there. Any suit worth his bonus would immediately change the product name to "Belfries" and offer one free bat in every box.

Sen. Batsen D. Belfry will convene a hearing.

You know, I don't know why people go looking for these things in their cereal, but if you go looking and find something, it's your own fault. Like that little dead man in the green hat I found in my Lucky Charms... entirely my own fault.

Sen. Batsen D. Belfry will convene a hearing.

Ahh, I still miss Jeff MacNelly. =^(

I had some dreams
They were bats in my cornflakes
Bats in my cornflakes and....

You're so vain
You probably think this song is about you....

Ralph's link not only provides a relevant story, but includes links to other stories:
- Children sold for sex and crime in Sweden: report
- Swedish teacher taped toddlers mouths shut
- Sweden 'self-sufficient' on marijuana: police

Plus an ad at the top of the page, asserting that "Swedes are Charming" and encouraging tourists to "Visit a Swede."

My question: which one?

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