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View Poll Results: Do you occasionally enjoy a bowl of cereal for dinner?
Yes and its not weird, pass the milk 48 81.36%
No, cereal is for breakfast 9 15.25%
No, its weird and I love Goldwings 2 3.39%
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post #1 of 39 Old 01-16-2004, 8:56 PM Thread Starter
 
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Cereal For Dinner

Ok...... I occasionally love to just have a nice big bowl of cereal for dinner. Corn Pops, Fruity Pebbles, Lucky Charms, Honeycombs... all those are good.

A certain Goldwing person on this board thinks its weird... I say a lot of people enjoy a bowl of cereal for dinner.

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Re: Cereal For Dinner

Gf does it at least once a week. I don't because I'm too hungry at dinner time for so little food.



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Re: Cereal For Dinner

I try not to let time dictate what I eat.
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Re: Cereal For Dinner

Yer a freakin' weirdo!
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Re: Cereal For Dinner

Five minutes ago I asked my freak of a wife what she wanted for dinner, and she said "I'll just have Wheaties." (not unusual for her, BTW). Sometimes I'll have eggs and a bagel for dinner, but at least that's hot! Cereal? I don't think so.
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Re: Cereal For Dinner

you tell mr. goldwing. when he starts supplyin the daily pr0n... then he can complain about it!!!
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Re: Cereal For Dinner

sometimes ill have 3-4 bowls of cereal a day espeacially b4 the gym (not that ive been for a while) and I always feel better in the morning if I have a bowl b4 bed!

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Re: Cereal For Dinner

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Ok...... I occasionally love to just have a nice big bowl of cereal for dinner. Corn Pops, Fruity Pepples, Lucky Charms, Honeycombs... all those are good.

A certain Goldwing person on this board thinks its weird... I say a lot of people enjoy a bowl of cereal for dinner.
Honey-Nut Cheerios... When I'm craving ice cream but there's none in the house. Works to take care of the sweet craving.

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Re: Cereal For Dinner

I never eat cereal for dinner, but have been know to snack on a bowl of something after dinner.
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I never eat cereal for dinner, but have been know to snack on a bowl of something after dinner.
You into shrooms like Baccy?
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you tell mr. goldwing. when he starts supplyin the daily pr0n... then he can complain about it!!!
Right on! Let's just cut to the meat of the matter
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sometimes ill have 3-4 bowls of cereal a day espeacially b4 the gym (not that ive been for a while) and I always feel better in the morning if I have a bowl b4 bed!
This, coming from a resident of a country that does not recognize potatoes as a breakfast food . On my first trip to your fine country my first eye opener was the fact that you guys don't know about hash browns, or any other form of breakfast 'taters. Instead, you serve friggin' beans with your eggs. Whazzup with that?! BEANS!
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You into shrooms like Baccy?
Umm, shrooms, they're not just for breakfast anymore
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Re: Cereal For Dinner

Cap'n Crunch with Crunchberries. Killer sugar buzz, too!
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Re: Cereal For Dinner

Honey Nut Cheerios or Mini Wheats

Mainly cause I'm too freek'n lazy to cook
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