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    Originally posted by Aguirre
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    I've always liked to eat cereal dry. Frosted flakes are awesome. I haven't had golden grahams or cinnamon toast crunch in a while... now I want some haha.

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    Cheerios by FAR.
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    All cereal is better dry. mmmm...

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    The granola I make at home. mmmmm
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    Crispix is my pick

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    Originally posted by masoncgy
    All cereal is better dry. mmmm...
    I have to disagree with you here, 100%. There's a time and place to eat dry cereal, but if there's milk available and its convenient to do so, milk should always be added.

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    Originally posted by civic_stylez
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    or cinnamon toast crunch i yhink... thats wat its caleed

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    Fruit loops FTW!

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    Miniwheats = da bomb

    Other goodies are cheerios, honey nut cheerios, and, oddly enough, oatmeal almond crisp. Healthy + tasty + crunchy = party time
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    Cinnamon Toast Crunch and Fruit Loops for sure. Vector is good too though

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    Honey Nut Cheerios, Frosted Flakes

    Used to have these Apple Cider Cheerios or something in a green box back in the day and I loved those more than anything...

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