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Discussion in 'The Club House' started by cpttango30, Feb 5, 2011.
Well which one is better.
Capitan Crunch (The orginal flavor)
Both have enough sugar to induce a diabetic coma in a horse. El Capitan is hoping to ferment, and come back as Captain Morgan. It is the equivalent of snacking on Swiss Army Knives (same damage to roof of mouth). Fruit Loops are just Cheerios on the "Don't ask, don't tell" program.
Honey Bunches of Oats if I am going to eat cereal. Lucky Charms as soon as the Diabetes Association takes it off the Wanted poster. Junior Johnson country ham, eggs over easy, grits and/or taters, hot biscuits, and Kona coffee if you want breakfast.
"Scuse me- be right back. For some strange reason, have the munchies all of a sudden......
I chose the Cap'n. But you really need Peanut Butter Cap'n Crunch
I went with the mouthful of razor blades. Captain Crunch.
This is what your sister in law says when you open the bath room door, No problem.........
Where are the Trix?
No Cocoa Puffs??
I second that motion! lol.
i agree. Captain crunch is the sh@t
I was going to ask why there wasn't oatmeal in the poll, but you would only yell at me like you did with the insurance/T-Mobile chicks. Even red lettered you were so mad.
There is no oatmeal because this is a poll about sugary kids cereal. Where does OATMEAL fit into the picture with capitan crunch and fruit loops?
Capitan Crunch high in sugar low in fiber high in fat
Fruit Loops high in sugar and fat low in fiber
Oatmeal high in fiber low in sugar taste like paste.
I mean really dude you are starting to worry me.
Before we know it your going to be in the oak, walnut poll asking why stainless steel is not in there as a choice. good lord I am working real hard to not hit you with a ponch picture.
I vote for Cap'n Crunch. It does terrible things to the roof of my mouth, though.
Tango, I don't want to be "one of those whiny ones" but you must spell Cap'n Crunch right.......out of all due respect for the Cap'n.
See, I was right. You did yell at me. My psychologist told me to inform you that I was deeply hurt and offended, and that you should apologize.