#770 Grabbing the cereal bowl with both hands and slurping up all the sugary milk

He's quickly becoming a master

When the cereal’s done but that shiny, off-white milk puddle remains, it’s time to drop the spoon, grab the bowl, and tilt back like there’s no tomorrow. It’s espresso for kids, it’s breakfast dessert, and it’s completely and totally

AWESOME!

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39 thoughts on “#770 Grabbing the cereal bowl with both hands and slurping up all the sugary milk

  1. Maybe I’m odd but I eat my cereal dry with a glass of milk on the side. I’ve just never liked my cereal wet.

    1. You are not alone my friend, I hate soggy cereal and I find the only way to prevent it is to have it on the side. I’m a pretty slow easter when it comes to cereal

  2. Whenever I hear the phrase “milk and honey” I always imagine the taste of that last bit of leftover milk the honey nut cheerios have been soaking in.

    1. Don’t feed your cat milk! It can make it throw up or give it diarhea. Most cats can’t stomach cow’s milk! (it has to be cats milk for young)

  3. Yum..! You know “they” (whoever they are) are trying to take this guilty pleasure away by creating bowls with straws built in, so you don’t have to lift the bowl?!? Damn people are getting lazy.! (i guess it could also be so kids don’t spill it… but whatever)

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  4. Breakfast dessert is awesome! A couple of summers ago my husband’s family got together for a week at the Grand Hotel on Mackinack island in Michigan. The food there is incredible, and inclusive. The best part about breakfast was the tray of beautiful little pastries on each table. We had to call it “breakfast dessert” so the kids wouldn’t just immediately dive in. Back home again, we definitely missed Breakfast Dessert.

  5. Growing up, my mom wouldn’t allow us to have presweetened cereal, but she would let us put a little sugar on our low-sugar brands. (What the difference was, I don’t know.) When she wasn’t looking, I loved to add a spoonful more, just so I’d have some sweet sludge to slurp down at the end. Yummy!

  6. Cereal is my life. I eat at least two or three bowls a day–one in the morning, one when I get home, and sometimes one before bed. It’s crazy, but I’m not dead (or fat) yet!

  7. So true! I would (and actually still do) lick the bottom of the bowl so that there’s no sugary milk or cereal sediment left.

  8. Thanks for posting this. Everyone should know about these things. I enjoy learning new things so I subscribe to blogs like yours. Evelyn

  9. I don’t eat cereal much anymore, but when I did, I would eat all the bits out of Lucky Charms and have a milky marshmallowy cereal at the end. then I’d drink the old sugary milk, and get fresh cold milk for my marshmallow cereal. OMG marshmallow cereal and cold milk is beyond awesome.

  10. That is very scary how I was just doing that while reading this! And I mean exactly! I was eating cereal while browsing this site, and I clicked the next arrow, then slurped my leftover milk. SCARY!

  11. All this site does is remind me of my childhood. It makes me miss it.

    But thanks! Its cool to hear all of the little things in life all in a bunch. Makes everything seem a little better.

  12. I loved doing that when I was little, mum would tell me off cause she thinks it’s bad manners but I would just wait until she left the room and then do it anyway, in fact I still do it now.

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