Friday, April 27, 2007

Spidey for Breakfast!


While shopping at grocery store yesterday, I came across the new limited edition Spiderman 3 cereal. It’s got bright red and blue corn nuggets and a ton of sugar. You know a film is on to blockbuster status when it is part of nutritious breakfast (ah ha ha ha). So I thought, hey why not indulge with an impulse buy, since it was on sale and I’ve never bought a promotional cereal. But you know what, after doing a little research online, I’ve discovered that there is a collectors market for this kind of stuff. Wha… Now if I just save this box of Spidey cereal for 20 years, I’ll be able to pay for that island I’ve always wanted. Check out the cereal collector guy from this article

During my research I came across 2 other fascinating sites. So, check out this guy’s collection of superhero food here and this interesting blog of food and grocery reviews here.

-Swinebread

9 comments:

Overdroid said...

Unrelated - but you must go here and read this article:

http://news.ninemsn.com.au/article.aspx?id=263297

Dean Wormer said...

Mmmmm.

Doc Ock Choclate marshmallows.

Gooey Green Goblin bits.

Mary Jane Berry.

Dean Wormer said...

Droid-

He's not your monkey.

Keep your poodle/ sheep stories to yourself.

Swinebread said...

OD I can't wait to tell my SO about it ha ha!

dean Spidey is awesome in milk!

Overdroid said...

Actually, we went to college together and lots of things happened. To make the story short, he IS my monkey.

ladybug said...

Just for fun, we like to buy the Booberry, Chocula, and Frankenberry cereals during Halloween.

But we eat them!

Swinebread said...

It's simply a matter of what kind of Monkey is where the arguments come in.

LB Maybe I could understand saving the box, but the cereal too?!

Don Snabulus said...

The unfortunate part is that popular stuff like Spiderman cereal is overproduced and therefore collector values will be eternally low. If you had a box of Care Bears cereal, however, you could get rich.

Swinebread said...

Yup