Wednesday, November 20, 2013

Wordless Wednesday

3 reasons NOT to let a teen make breakfast.
Cocoa Puffs, Frosted Flakes, & Lucky Charms in the same bowl.

54 comments:

  1. The breakfast of champions. ;)

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  2. Omg and I laughing right now! Take care and have a nice night. Julie at julieslifestyle.blogspot.com

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  3. Hey, don't worry. That is a great way of using up litte bits of boxes. mix them all together & walaa a new kind of cearel!
    Faythe @ GrammyMouseTails

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  4. What's wrong with it? Looks like a perfectly good breakfast to me.

    http://joycelansky.blogspot.com/2013/11/wordless-wednesday-my-good-looking.html

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  5. Not enough Cocoa Puffs, and no chocolate milk. But still pretty good.

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  6. I would really like to try that combo!

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  7. Ugh, that looks like a stomach ache to me. I must be a boring old lady. :)

    sagegrayson.com

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  8. I haven't eaten like that since I was in grade school. Might be fun to munch on again, though.

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  9. HAHAHAHA!!!
    «Louis» agrees with "Binky" - except he would add an entire 5# bag of sugar just to make sure it was sweet enough. (NOT!) :-)

    «Louis» thanks you for linking with his Wordless Wednesday.

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  10. Hi Rosey .. yugh! The thought horrifies me .. but kids love a mix up! Cheers HIlary

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  11. Haha, yes... children can put an odd concoction together and totally enjoy it... :)

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  12. Haha! This makes me think of two things, one is how both of our sons even now as young adults on their own love cereals so much they could practically just live off that alone and eat it out of big mixing bowls lol.

    Also the Lucky Charms reminded me of when our 5 kids were growing up every year on St Patricks' Day, I'd hide all the other cereal and only have lucky charms in there (bc of the leprechaun) and tell them that the mischievous leprechauns do that. lol

    manifestmiracles@live.com

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  13. frosted flakes rock!....err...i mean, you could make healthier choices son....
    hahahaha

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  14. Hahahahahah! Whatever floats her boat, right?

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  15. That is funny. At least her breakfast is pretty colorful and just a tad sweet right? lol To this day, my boys only eat cereal plain. No milk. Milk on the side maybe, but don't dare pour it on that cereal! :)

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  16. I loved all three of those growing up and never thought to mix them though! Totally made me laugh this morning though, because not sure the last time I ate any of those. I must be old, lol! I hope you link up with us today over at Mommy Blog Hoppers if you haven't already with this, too!! :)

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  17. Yuck! My hubby and son have been known to do this!

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  18. Colourful breakfast Rosey!:) Have a wonderful day.

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  19. A work of art. Enter that photo in an abstract art contest.

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  20. How funny! My kids would so do that if they could have all three cereals at the same time! (We buy one of the "surgary" ones at a time…we have lucky charms at the moment!)

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  21. I think this is brilliant. I would do the same thing and I'm in my sixties. I think this is brilliant.

    Have a fabulous day. ☺

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  22. lol...the breakfast of champions!!

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  23. My childhood bff and I used to eat like that for breakfast after a sleepover. Great FUN! We also would put any cereal in ice cream and stir it up for an afternoon snack. We were the first to do 'Cold Stone' Ice Cream. Man we could have made our first Billion by now. Dang! Fun post, Rosey!

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  24. LOL... I'm sure most kids would love this breakfast.
    Have a great day!!

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  25. What gets me is how quickly they burn it off.
    POSH

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  26. Sugar rush! Add some other things that are healthy to the breakfast! :)

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  27. hahah! i'm sure they're thinking why mom is not doing this!

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  28. This reminds of the the x-mas movie a recipe for a perfect x-mas because the main character does this idea pretty crazy but teens and people will be people have fun with it.

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  29. Sounds like both of my boys, they love the cereals with the most sugar :)

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  30. Very nice, I like this "sweet" picture, Excellent colors!

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  31. Sugar overload! Well, I have a killer sweet tooth, so I definitely can sympathize...

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  32. Wow, my kids kind of breakfast. My kids love mixing cereal. We never have that many kinds at one time though so the max is 2 mixed. Gives me pain in my teeth just looking at it!

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  33. You know what, that actually sounds like a good combination! haha. I love cereal and think I would totally eat this :)

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  34. Okay...so I would so be bouncing off the walls half the morning, then crash at 1:00. lol

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  35. The colors and shapes are rather pretty.

    Did you know that those cereals (once soaked with milk) will stick to the wall when thrown? When dried, it is almost impossible to scrape them off.

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  36. Yum! She sounds like my kind of chef!

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  37. Haha. I've never mixed mine.
    Maybe I need to go to the wild side :)

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  38. I read that the more colorful a meal is, the better it is for you LOL. Thanks for joining the party at Tales of a Pee Dee Mama.

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  39. LOL! I'm not sure I'd like that combination, but that's pretty creative! ;-)

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  40. Well she sure made sure she got a little of everything. Maybe she didn't know exactly what she wanted.

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  41. ha ha ha
    i could not eat that... lol, but i bet the boys could

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  42. I'm guilty of being a cereal mixer!
    Here is my WW entry: http://deannalw.blogspot.com/2013/11/exercisewith-your-pets.html
    Come by and vote for us?

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  43. Wow, that's quite the concoction! Looks like something my teens would do.

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