In case you’re wondering what other delights the FDA allows in your food: huffingtonpost.com/2010/10/26/fda-approved-rat-hairs-an_n_773608.html#s165326&title=Pizza_Sauce_30
When do we get paid?
My grandpa found a rat hair in a Cheerio once. It wasn’t floating in his bowl, it was embedded IN the Cheerio. He was pretty upset, because he used to work for General Mills, and he was sad that they had lowered their standards so much.
At first I thought he was sad because it was his pet rat’s hair.
I’m jealous of beat’ grandpa’s access to a mass spectometer, which seemingly enables him to quickly and accurately identify which type of hairs he finds in his high-fructose breakfast treats.
Cheerios doesn’t contain high-fructose corn syrup.
yeah? which flavour?
MsAnne @6. It may have been a competion… One in every 5 cartons will contain a free rat hair.
I found an entire dog in a box of Cocoa Puffs. He’s been with me for six years now. I just love him.
It’s cruel what some people will do, rightbrain. people are fucking scum.
Cocoa Puffs, seriously? So Sugar Puffs and Cocoa Pops aren’t enough no?
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