Editorâ€™s Note: I guess many of you are interested in who won the 100th Review Prize Drawing. Iâ€™m pleased to announce that after rolling over the 64 entries with my sweaty naked body and letting them fall off of my body, the winner of the prize drawing is Ayesha97.
Sorry, there arenâ€™t any pictures of me rolling around in the entries becauseâ€¦Um, read tomorrowâ€™s review and youâ€™ll understand. So what does Ayesha97 win? Um, that will be decided this weekend, but we promise it will be kick ass.
Thank you to all of those who entered the drawing. Now here’s today’s review. Enjoy.
When I was young, I remember whenever I had alphabet soup I would just sit in front of my bowl and spell swear words.
Of course, since my age wasnâ€™t in the double digits, the extent of my profanity didnâ€™t go beyond â€œboob,â€ â€œbutt,â€ â€œdoo-doo,â€ â€œpee-pee,â€ and â€œding-dong.â€
As many of you know, I still play with food, except I donâ€™t play with it alone, if you know what Iâ€™m saying, baby. I gots me some creamy chocolate pudding with your name on it, baby.
Iâ€™m sure many of you also played with your food and got scolded by your parents, because they probably heard something from Miss Manners, who said it wasnâ€™t proper to play with food. Well Miss Manners sounds like the boring type who only does it missionary style, so I donâ€™t think we should listen to her.
Besides, it seems like many of the foods today that focus on kids, encourage them to play with food.
Case in point, these new Chex Mix for Kids. In each package are crackers and pretzels that come in various shapes, along with Chex cereal. This particular package I picked up was the Castle Adventure Pizza Flavor, so there were pieces that looked like swords, shields, and dragon heads.
It was fun creating scenes using the Chex Mix. I created a few medieval scenes, which included a two knights jousting and a knight battling a dragon. However, I eventually got bored with the whole medieval thing and used my imagination to come up with other scenes.
My favorite one was a scene I created where a drunken Tara Reid accidentally has both of her boobs pop out of her dress while on the Red Carpet in front of photographers (see picture on left).
Editor’s Note: Originally I said “see picture on right,” but many readers pointed out that the picture is on the left. Yes, I made a mistake and I blame it on my preoccupation with the pretzel boobs in the picture.
After playing with the Chex Mix for a while, I finally got around to eating it.
While chomping on Tara Reidâ€™s pretzel boobs, I couldnâ€™t taste the pizza flavor very well. Even the crackers had a light pizza taste. However, the Chex cereal had a strong pizza flavor.
One of the things I like about the Chex Mix for Kids is the fact that itâ€™s baked and not fried, which is good because I ate over half the bag while watching the New England Patriots dismantle the Indianapolis Colts.
Now if youâ€™ll excuse me, with the rest of the Chex Mix for Kids, Iâ€™m going to recreate the moment when Jennifer Aniston and Brad Pitt broke up.
Item: Chex Mix for Kids (Pizza Flavored)
Purchase Price: $2.50 (on sale)
Rating: 3 out of 5
Pros: Fun to play withâ€¦the Chex Mix that is. Baked not fried. Able to recreate any medieval scene or a Tara Reid boobie slip.
Cons: The pizza taste is mostly on the Chex cereal, not enough on the pretzels and crackers.