Step away from your cereal bowls loons. Dear lord, a video “supposedly” of a disgruntled Kellogg’s worker peeing on products on the assembly line has appeared on Youtube. The crunchy ones on the top you can eat, while the ones on the bottom you can drink. Kellogg’s are in damaged control as they work with law enforcement to identify the culprit at the Memphis facility . They believe the products that could be affected included Rice Krispies Treats and puffed rice cake products. But before you go throwing out your cereal the incident happened in 2014 so it is more than likely the contaminated cereal has already been eaten.
OK Loons, if any of you have Apple Jacks, Corn Pops, Froot Loops or Honey Smacks cereals in your pantry, you might want to bin them. Kelloggs are having a 28 million box recall on the products after several consumers complained about a horrible smell and flavor coming from the package liners. The liners folks, the LINERS!!!! Five of the people who complained actually vomited. Only boxes with the letters “KN” after the used by date are included in the recall.
Kelloggs have become so concerned about friggin corn flake rip offs they are going to the extreme length of branding each individual flake with their name. Take that you copycat bastards. Phew, and no they aren’t going to use children from a third world country to do it, they have developed a laser for that. Only a small portion of flakes will bear the company logo inside each box but if trials are successful they are going to laser Frosties, Special K, Crunchy Nut and Bran Flakes as well. Hmm, when you have 128 billion bowls of Kellogg’s Corn Flakes eaten worldwide every year you gotta protect it.
Trivia Alert Kellogg’s Corn Flakes was the first cereal to land on the moon thanks to the crew of Apollo 11! That’s assuming they actually did land of course !