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Old 04-28-2018, 07:49 PM
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My wife eats corn flakes almost every morning, for breakfast.

Would it be accurate to describe her as a cereal killer?
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Just a "creature of habit"...

90% of the time I start my workday with a cup of noodles...
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If she were truly a cereal killer, she wouldn't go for corn flakes...She should kill Grape Nuts...Do everyone a favor...
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Just a "creature of habit"...

90% of the time I start my workday with a cup of noodles...
I start mine with a good pee, and a pot of black coffee.

Corn flakes are like snow flakes. But my dad eats them every day and he is approaching 95 years old.

So depending on the relationship, Pjohns can most likely look forward to a long marriage.
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I hope she eats more than that.
Every breakfast cereal says right on the box, "Part of a healthy breakfast". Key word is PART.

I've never been a big fan of boxed cereal for breakfast.

My grandfather also ate cornflakes with breakfast every morning. As PART of his breakfast that also included some type of meat (bacon, ham, sausage), some sort of bread (toast, english muffin) with real butter on it, some sort of fruit/melon (peaches, banana, cantaloupe, honeydew, grapefruit). He lived to be 97 years, not bad for a male born in 1909.
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