If you thought the Trix bunny was a prankster, just wait until you meet the sly fox who will always steal your Pranks. He's unoriginal, he'll swipe your jokes. But his biggest trick includes fruity goodness at a lower price.
This rabbit is terrifying, like straight out of a bad 90s animated horror film terrifying, but he's onto something: The marshmallows ARE the best part about Lucky Charms.
Nothing like a positive message to get your morning going! What great Life advice. If you know what I mean.
The only nuggets I eat are of the chicken variety. Tagging the word "nugget" on to food items that are not chicken is a crime. I don't make the rules, I just inform you of them.
"Spin" just doesn't have the same ring that "Loop" does. But, hey, it's a Great Value!
I don't even know where to begin. Anything with the word "freaky" in the title makes me not want to buy it. Unless it's Freaky Friday. That's a great film and entirely underrated.
Not sure how this one got past the trademark lawyers. It's Captain Crunch but without the berries! Which apparently is a thing, too, but who gets it without the berries? Psychopaths (if you get it without the berries and this offends you, I'm not sorry for my opinion).
Start your kids off right in the morning with a lesson in how to spell things terribly wrong. A knockoff of the classic ole Fruit Loop.
Would you ever eat anything that had this creepy lizard on the front of it? Confruity triggers me already because it reminds me of a typo a certain political figure made. Ironic, the lizard is orange, too.
The imitation here just seems kinda desperate.
Now that's a straight-forward title just like the original, Cinnamon Toast Crunch. Also, bonus points for the baby elephant that's just in the corner for no real reason. It's cute.
A knock off of the classic Apple Jacks except the apple is definitely from another planet.
Any cereal title with the word "balls" in it is going to be somewhat questionable. I also don't like the way the monkey is looking at me.
The title "Crispy Hexagons" is enough to make you want to go back to bed.
This is definitely a kooky way to spell "cookie."