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    Posted: 28 Sep 2014 at 1:52am
Confused...what the flax?! 'Mom & Dad' are either just too happy to be making a commercial, or the entire fam lives on a stinkin' commune.
Too much smiling and positive encouragement for such bad manners from your very own spermmistake.  
When our pups pulled that crap, they suffered the wrath of whichever one of us caught them (at least the message was always the same) and they never would do such a thing, again. Heck, we never knew what kind of germs they were harboring, much less what they had in their mouths when we weren't looking. 
And, just for the record, 'Pumpkin Flax'? Doesn't that sound like a 'cleaner'? SURPRISE! It is great for eliminating internal parasites and, well, guess that means it really spit-shines the ol'colon.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Thor Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 28 Sep 2014 at 2:04am

Oh, just pour yourselves a bowl of goddammed Cap'n Crunch like normal people.

Otherwise, don't advertise flax and pumpkin seeds as being a part of your cereal.  Advertise the honey and raisins.  Pumpkin seeds and flax (whatever the hell that is) and twigs and whatever don't appeal to too many people other than constipated old hippies.


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Actually, this cereal rocks!
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^oh, I bet it does - pumpkin seeds alone are a great snack..I'll probably grab a box, but I DO like my Shredded Tweet Wheat and Cap'n Crunch...it's just this commercial is as annoying as someone playing with that soft spot on one's head...
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What a wonderful example of self-indulgent brats and indulgent parents.  The kid grabs the box from his father's hand?  WTF???  They sit there with ineffectual remarks and smile at their darling angel as he scarfs from the box and drinks milk from the carton?  But it's OK because its organic?  Is he the one who earned the money to pay for the groceries to put on the breakfast table?  No, the stupid, silly bitch wife/mother thinks it's all OK because it's organic.
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Next is pine cone cereal. Yum! We know how that worked out for the late Euell Gibbons!
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Originally posted by sgtrock21 sgtrock21 wrote:

Next is pine cone cereal. Yum! We know how that worked out for the late Euell Gibbons!
LOLGibbons made himself famous with some comment about the edible parts of pine trees...and, well, before I was old & stupid, I was young & stupid. I believed him, loving the smell of pines so much, but I never read the books - just tried the different parts and never found the 'tasty', much less 'healthy', edible portions of pine trees. I eventually gave up and settled for sniffing bottles of pine-sol, when the urge hit and I couldn't stop 'jonesing'...
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^ Jonesing on Pine-Sol LOL LOL

My local grocery stores don't carry pine edibles.  Darn!  Unhappy
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Uh oh...you mean... that big bag of Feline Pine is not cereal???Ouch
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LOL ROFLMAO!
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No, ma'am, you didn't do good - you raised a brat.  I bet Mom drives a Prius and thinks that makes it okay to cut people off on the freeway. In my neck of the woods it seems like every third car is a Prius and a lot of Prius drivers (not all, but many) have this attitude that they're exempt from common road etiquette.

With that said, I love NP Pumpkin Flax granola
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I guess I'm in the minority here, what with the bowl of Peanut Butter Cap'n Crunch I had this morning.  LOL

I like granola, but flax just doesn't sound like something I wanna eat.


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^you probably have it confused with 'flannel'. Yea, flannel...that is something that doesn't sound 'tasty'.
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Flax is a textile, too.  I'd rather not eat textiles.




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Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:


I guess I'm in the minority here, what with the bowl of Peanut Butter Cap'n Crunch I had this morning.  LOL

I like granola, but flax just doesn't sound like something I wanna eat.



Peanut Butter Cap'n Crunch is the best.  Even better than Pumpkin Flax Granola, I'll admit.  
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1) Over enunciated 's' sounds. It's 2014's vocal fry.
2) I get the feeling "Nature's Path" is a euphemism for my asshole.
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Originally posted by thedude thedude wrote:

1) Over enunciated 's' sounds. It's 2014's vocal fry.
2) I get the feeling "Nature's Path" is a euphemism for my asshole.
LOL! Daaaaamn! THAT started my morning and sent me right to the bowl.
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Guess what I just had for breakfast?  Greek yogurt with NP Pumpkin Flax Granola and strawberries.  I have to tell you folks this stuff is really good, and you can get a huge box on the cheap at Costco.  Of course I immediately thought of this thread!  
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Originally posted by thedude thedude wrote:

1) Over enunciated 's' sounds. It's 2014's vocal fry.
2) I get the feeling "Nature's Path" is a euphemism for my asshole.
Yesssss!  Those goody-goody shopping girl voices do it all the time.  I hate it!  I didn't know what to call it.  It's like they get extra points for making the "s" extra exaggerated or something.  Thumbs Down

I think that Nature's Path is the pathway nature intended.  LOL  And with all that flax, it shouldn't take too long.  LOL

P.S. I'd like to step on that voiceover chick's "path"!
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Originally posted by DarkRealmStar DarkRealmStar wrote:

 
Yesssss!  Those goody-goody shopping girl voices do it all the time.  I hate it!  I didn't know what to call it.  It's like they get extra points for making the "s" extra exaggerated or something.  Thumbs Down


Goody-goody shopping girl voice... perfect description!
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Holy cow this commercial drives me crazy. "haha it's orgaaaaanic" stfu, geeze. So kids can act like punks as long as they eat something organic. Really? So if little Bobby robbed the liqueur store it'll be ok because he had "haha orgaaaaaanic" chicken for dinner and orgaaaaanic pumpkin cereal for breakfast? This commercial makes me want to eat not organic just to spite them. Actually I don't think I eat much organic as it is but still. Grrr. 
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Although the commercial sucks overall I enjoy Mom being the idiot for a change.
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Originally posted by Autumn Autumn wrote:

Holy cow this commercial drives me crazy. "haha it's orgaaaaanic" stfu, geeze. So kids can act like punks as long as they eat something organic. Really? So if little Bobby robbed the liqueur store it'll be ok because he had "haha orgaaaaaanic" chicken for dinner and orgaaaaanic pumpkin cereal for breakfast? This commercial makes me want to eat not organic just to spite them. Actually I don't think I eat much organic as it is but still. Grrr. 

I wonder if the backwash little Bobby left in that carton of milk adds to the nutritional content of the bowl of cereal.  My parents woulda been pissed if I ever drank right from the carton.

Also, why are families who eat cereal regularly buying milk in quarts?  The guy in the father-daughter-golf commercial also has only a quart bottle (in glass, no less).  Quarts are for people who just use milk for their coffee.


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Her son's saliva is also "orgaaanic," so the dumbass probably thinks it fortifies the milk with good bacteria or some sh*t.
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Originally posted by sjh4889 sjh4889 wrote:

Her son's saliva is also "orgaaanic," so the dumbass probably thinks it fortifies the milk with good bacteria or some sh*t.


I'm always tempted to offer the "but it's orgaaaaanic" crowd a cup of arsenic-laced hemlock. Aw, c'mon!!! All the ingredients are all-natural and organic, so it MUST be good for you, right?

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