honey-nut-cheerios

so I was tagged by @greyjade (thanks love!!) for the playlist challenge.

basically make a musical playlist out of the letters in your name, so here’s mine:

P - PIMP by 50 Cent, cuz this was my 6th grade jam. I would walk thru the halls at lunch n recess and in my head I was like damn,,,,, im a thug!

R - Ride Wit Me by Nelly because it was in a honey nut cheerio commercial

I - I Hate This Part by The Pussycat dolls bcz it made me emo in 3rd grade

Y - Year 300 or You & I bcuz Jonas Brothers vs 1D I can’t do it the two greatest boy bands to ever live,,,,, year 3000 tho

A - ADIDAS by Little Mix bc im gay and like ,,,, uh its good song !

it’s pretty basic and that’s an accurate representation of me,, a basic bitch. I’m gonna tag some cute blogs all ya should follow: @snapbackcamila @punkasslauren @marvelsziam @jesypimmock @july27ths @cocoonmp3 @kaylakordei @dinahjine @borderszade @plvnetgreeneyes

you don’t have to do it, it’s just for fun

I’m tired of the mentally ill people are serial killers trope.
I want a new one where a person has DID and one personality loves Lucky Charms and hates Honey Nut Cheerios, and the other hates Honey Nut Cheerios and loves lucky charms, and they are both trying to figure out who keeps breaking in and throwing away their GOOD cereal

thestar.com
Honey Nut Cheerios loses bee mascot on cereal boxes temporarily
Cause marketing campaign by General Mills meant to highlight issues facing bee population.

The world’s bee population is in crisis and Honey Nut Cheerios is coming to the rescue, minus its perky mascot.

The brand’s latest promotion, Bring Back The Bees, characterized as a cause marketing campaign, purports to inform Canadians about the global instability of bees, due to diseases, pesticides, flowerless landscapes and monolithic crop planting, and encourage them to plant 35 million bee-enticing wildflowers this spring.

Cereal lovers will find the brand’s longtime ambassador awol for the next six weeks.

“We took Buzz off the front of the box to bring awareness to fact the bees are disappearing and on the back we have a lot of information to help consumers understand why bees are important and what they can do and then driving them to the website so they can get their free seeds,” said Amanda Hsueh, Associate Marketing Director at General Mills Canada.

Recipients are encouraged to plant the wildflower seeds “anywhere where flowers would help beautify the space and make it a bee-friendly area,” she said.

“They provide not just honey, like in our Honey Nut Cheerios, but a third of our food supply actually depends on their pollination, such as, almonds, apples and even coffee.

“So they’re very important, but the bees are in trouble. We felt like we wanted to do something to help and we wanted to find a way to make sure all Canadians could do something to help.”

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ATTENTION PEOPLE WITH CELIAC/GLUTEN INTOLERANCE

GENERAL MILLS JUST RECALLED 1.8 MILLION BOXES OF CHERRIOS AND HONEY NUT CHERRIOS THAT WERE MARKED AS GLUTEN FREE BUT ACTUALLY CONTAIN GLUTEN. 

SOURCES ARE HERE HERE HERE HERE AND HERE

PLEASE SIGNAL BOOST THIS. I KNOW THAT GLUTEN FREE IS OFEN DISMISSED AS A FAD DIET, BUT FOR SOME OF US, EATING GLUTEN CAN BE DEADLY. 

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When the breakfast is too ridiculous.