Ok, But When Frankeberry Mooches Money And Steals Your Girlfriend, You Know This Whole Brands As Personalities Thing Has Gone Too Far

Marketers are douchebags and they’re here for breakfast. Copyranter points us to some insipid questions from the confidential online Honey Bunches of Oats survey.

“You’ll have to use your imagination here. Think of the Cereal as if it were to “come to life” as a person. Consider everything you know about the Cereal, including the product’s packaging, marketing and advertising.


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Now that you’ve turned your breakfast cereal into a companion, seek help. After that,


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  1. Madrid says:

    I would like to first kill then eat my cereal friend. And since it’s not really my friend, more like obnoxious entity with whom I am loosely acquainted, the killing part would happen slowly, painfully, and with a spoon.

  2. ModerateSnark says:

    I always thought “Honey Bunches of Oats” was a vaguely suggestive name for a cereal. Like “Fruity Pebbles.” Or “Grape Nuts.” Or “Sweet Bollocks of Corn.”

    Therefore, these highly personal questions make me uncomfortable, and I will not be participating in your survey.

  3. aixwiz says:

    I’d eat my cereal “friend” and other “friends”.
    I guess that would make me a cereal killer!

  4. WMeredith says:

    OMG, the Lucky Charms bit is the funnniest thing I’ve read on this site and I’ve been here since the beginning. Awesome. I always knew there was a reason Lucky Charms was my fave!

    Now, if I could only get them with new cup-the-balls marshmallows inside.