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May 27, 2022


Feminine care brand Intimina developed its raspberry-flavoured 'Period Crunch' to encourage families to discuss menstruation more openly at breakfast.

(Thanks to Rod Nunley)


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Eat at the "Y", it's what's for breakfast. Soon available in KY jelly suitable for spreading on a toasted bagel.

Remember the good old days when you sat down for breakfast with the family, talked about your day, and then complained because someone kept you awake all night because they sound like they are starting up a chainsaw when they snore?
I'll just stick with my Lucky Charms cereal.

True story: Back in its early days, Saturday Night Live planned a skit that was an advertisement for Placenta Helper. The tag line was "make a rare occasion, a rare occasion." The censors cut it entirely.

Rumors are swirling as to whether competitors are in fact rushing to produce a new cereal called "Deez Nuttz".

After breakfast, perhaps they might go out for a drive with a warm man:

No thanks. We will just stick with our Wheaties, 'The Breakfast of Champions.' Of course, we use beer instead of wimpy milk the drown the cereal in.

"Honey, I can make a bowl of Period Crunch and a glass of orange juice for you."

"No, I'm late again...just sit one of those Scrotum Bag Nut Rolls left over from the bakery yesterday, thanks Pinky."

*Writer's embellishment.

I had an uncle who's wife called him 'Pinky' which cause me great concern when I was a child. Still does.

No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No.

Used to be public displays of ignorance were greeted with shame.
Now you get a breakfast cereal.

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