Sunday, June 8, 2008

Feng Shui Cereal

Feng Shui Cereal Ad by =aidon
Breakfast Cereal is salvation.

If proper feng shui can sell a house these days, cereal is easy.

Keroro Feng Shui by ~MyPersonalGackt

Cute Octobabies!


Digg Kris. I have a semi-lost sister named Kristen who may or may not be Kris.

13 comments:

Ogg the Caveman said...

Right, but how do you maintain proper feng shui when all the cereal bits keep getting stirred around as you eat them? Or isitallgood as long as you keep the cereal bowl properly positioned in regard to the windows?

Or is getting MURST the main thing?

Akubi said...

@Ogg,
While I occasionally make fun of feng shui, it doesn't mean I don't believe in it.
A properly located plant and mirror will harmonize your life.

thursty thirdperson said...

Don't eat / drink unpasteurized milk products.

That is all.

Ogg the Caveman said...

In unrelated news I'm currently watching Boiler Room and thinking that being a middle class W-2 looser isn't such a bad thing.

Ogg the Caveman said...

This photo, from this collection, reminds me of a long-forgotten grade school playground.

Akubi said...

Of course it is silly now, but when I was a kid I was so mad at my mom for not allowing me to choose my Cereal of Choice in the supermarket aisle.
It was on television!!!
Then the "Mexican kids" would stick their tongues out at me and I would hate them too – because they got the cereal of choice and I didn’t – plus they were rude. My mom’s annoying explanations of corn syrup as a sugar substitute didn’t help. I was somewhat less annoyed about the cereal issue in NorCal
If I die and become a ghost I highly suspect I’ll haunt cereal aisles waiting for the best box I’ll never get or want, but have a childlike need for.

Ogg the Caveman said...

I was allowed one bowl of the sugared cereal a day, when we had it on hand, which I figured was a pretty sweet deal even though I always wanted more. Still, every year or so I'll go nuts and go through a whole box of Lucky Charms or whatever in a day.

Akubi said...

@Ogg,
You were so lucky!
I think we need a new Breakfast Cereal-based political party.

Casey Serin said...

I think we need a new Breakfast Cereal-based political party.

I'll vote for anyone in the Froot Loops party, since I'm a loopy fruit myself. ;-)

Akubi said...

Being registered Democrat is as bad as being a former Berkeley student – they both send me approximately the same amount of junk mail these days.
I think I’ll return to some fringe party that lacks the finances to send me bumper stickers.
I’ve signed up for every F-ing Do Not Snail, Call or Email list, but somehow non-profits get through and I’m sick and tired of it. There is a list of suckers giving money for “good causes” somewhere and I’m at the top of it – despite the fact that I have little money…yet I have enough address labels with whales and dolphins on them, thank you. I find it highly entropic that they send me so many.

Akubi said...

Casey,
Was there a particular Froot Loop color you preferred or was itallgood?
I liked them too, but they all tasted the same in milk.

Casey Serin said...

All the colors were nice, since together, they're reminiscent of the rainbow flags plastered all over my bedroom walls. ;-)

Edgar Alpo said...

When I was a young buzzard I got every different type of commercially processed breakfast cereal. I think Count Chocula was the only one I didn't get. I didn't mind piles and heaping mounds of sugar on my cereal, but I never got into the whole chocolate milk / Count Chocula thing.