Eating the new Fiber One Raisin Bran Clusters cereal makes me feel a little more mature, since it doesn’t have either chocolate, marshmallows, or commercials on Nickolodeon. When I eat it in the morning, I close my eyes and imagine myself enjoying it at the dining table while reading the editorial page of my local newspaper, rolling my eyes at the crazy people who take the time to jump on their soapbox and write a Letter to the Editor to voice their opinion about how a pothole in front of their driveway proves that the local government is ineffective. Then I respond by asking why the writer of the letter doesn’t call the fucking pothole hotline, which was set up by the local government.
Then I imagine apologizing to my two imaginary elementary-aged children for saying the word “fucking” out loud in front of them, tell them that they shouldn’t use that word in school, and then plead with them to not tell their mommy I said the word “fucking.” Since my children are as cunning as me and my imaginary wife are, they will probably ask for certain toys in return for being silent about the profanity. I tell them that they were both accidents, but I agree to their demands if they also let me cut them out of my will.
I ask them if either of them knows what a will is and they both shake their heads, but they agree to the deal.
The Fiber One Raisin Bran Clusters is only part of my imaginary complete balanced mature breakfast. I’m also enjoying half a grapefruit with a little Splenda sprinkled on top, two pieces of whole wheat toast with Smart Balance spread, and a glass of freshly squeezed orange juice. My children are each enjoying half a papaya and slightly burnt waffles with sloppily-poured syrup that I prepared in my “Mr. Mom” apron. They fight over the syrup and then complain to me about it. I explain to them that sharing is important and that mommy and daddy share things all the time, like shampoo, soap, and the leather strap swing in our bedroom. I also tell them if they don’t share, they’re going to have to eat dry waffles next time and I’m going to force them to watch CBS sitcoms.
They scream “NO” and decide to share.
Despite being in milk for a few minutes, the dense, lightly sweetened wheat and bran flakes in the Fiber One Raisin Bran Clusters are decently still crunchy. The clusters add a lot more crunch to the cereal and the plump raisins add extra sweetness. It smells like Golden Grahams, but it’s not an overly sweet tasting cereal. It’s also not CBS-sitcom dry and boring. I’m surprised about how good it tastes, since usually most things that have a lot of fiber in them taste very “earthy,” or in other words, like dirt, twigs, and tie-dye-wearing hippies who live in a forest.
A serving of Fiber One Raisin Bran Clusters cereal provides me with over 40 percent of the 25 grams of fiber I should consume each day, which is good because when I’m fifty years old and a camera gets shoved up my ass during my colonoscopy, all the fiber I consumed will hopefully make everything up there okay. I’m also hoping that if I eat enough fiber, I can make paper out of my poop, like they do with elephant and panda droppings.
My wife enters the kitchen and she’s looking hot in her business suit. She grabs a piece of toast from my plate, takes a bite out of it, puts it back on the plate, kisses me on the cheek, leaving crumbs stuck to it, and then thanks me for letting her sit in the leather strap swing last night. Then she grabs my glass of orange juice, takes a swig, leaves a lipstick mark on the lip of the glass, and then out loud wishes that she didn’t brush her teeth before drinking orange juice. The children laugh, but I want to jump her bones so badly because there’s something about her in a suit that really makes me horny.
When one of my children asks me, “Daddy, what does ‘horny’ mean? Are you a unicorn?” I wish I had an internal monologue in my daydreams. I tell my children that “Horny” is a unicorn and it’s the reason why they’re both here today. I also promise to give them more toys if they don’t mention that to mommy and I don’t have to pay for their college educations.
They agree because my daughter says she’s going to be the next Paris Hilton and not have to do any work or have any skills, while my son says he’s going to be Anakin Skywalker, turn goth, and wear black everywhere he goes.
Sure, the Fiber One Raisin Bran Clusters cereal totally looks like a clusterfuck of Raisin Bran, Honey Bunches of Oats, and All-Bran cereals, but it’s a sweet, delicious clusterfuck.
“Daddy, what’s a clusterfuck?”
(Nutritional Facts Per Serving: 170 calories, 10 calories from fat, 1 gram of fat, no cholesterol, 260 milligrams of sodium, 330 milligrams of potassium, 45 grams of carbs, 11 grams of fiber, 13 grams of sugar, 4 grams of protein, 21 grams of other carbohydrates, and a variety of vitamins and minerals.)
Item: Fiber One Raisin Bran Clusters
Purchased at: Received from PR firm
Rating: 4 out of 5
Pros: Really good. Smells like Golden Grahams. Over 40% daily value of fiber. Sweet, but not too sweet. Crunchy. Paper made out of poop. How hot my imaginary wife looks in a business suit. Having a leather strap swing in the bedroom.
Cons: Accidently broadening my imaginary children’s vocabulary. Not having internal dialogue in my daydreams. Clusters can sometimes get stuck in between teeth. Sitcoms on CBS. It’s all a daydream. Crazy people who write Letters to the Editor because they have nothing better to do. Dry waffles. My Mr. Mom apron.
22 thoughts to “Fiber One Raisin Bran Clusters”
Where can I purchase panda poop paper?
Please never stop being you.
haha, that has to be one of the best reviews ever!
clusterfuck has to be one of the best words ever.
I ahven’t posted in a while, although I have still been reading the reviews.
Marvo, I have to say this was a particularly inspired entry. Kudos, sir.
Don’t be too hard on yourself – wouldn’t you rather your children learn what clusterfuck is from you rather out on the streets? You never know what kind of explanation they’ll get from the streets.
I think it’s always important to start your imaginary children’s sex education with the introduction of the leather strap swing. And the fact that you get horny over women in business suits. And raisin bran.
My turn for the leather strap swing! No, MY turn! That line had me spewing beer over my PC here, Marvo. Well done.
any cereal that amounts to a clusterfuck of anything is okay in my book.
There is a woman at work I call clusterfuck, or CF because everything she touches is a clusterfuck. So, with all that fiber was there any colon blowback?
eww, crumbs on the cheek, lipstick on YOUR glass….why did you marry such a slob of a wife, marvo? 😉
What a fun post – made me giggle, which I truly appreciated today. The cereal, however, was not so amusing. Loaded with multiple types of sugars (sugar, glycerin, brown sugar, corn syrup, brown sugar syrup, honey – I stopped reading the ingredient list at this point), this is neither a mature nor an immature cereal. It is dessert. Just like most of the breakfast cereals out there. Sigh.
You really should make sure that you get your daily dose of fiber. I know someone who had to have a colonoscopy recently. It ain’t fun. He was VERY gassy afterwards.
Almost Vegetarian – you say “loaded with multiple types of sugars” as if that were a bad thing.
“Horny is a unicorn and itâ€™s the reason why theyâ€™re both here today.” Is clearly the fucking funniest thig I have read here to date. Quite possibly ever!
That is all.
Horny the Unicorn – San Diego Zoo.
D. I. G. – If I stopped being me, I wouldn’t be me. Deep, eh?
Jof – Cluckerfucker is also a good word.
Joseph – Yes, this one didn’t suck and I didn’t pull it out of my ass. Plus, no stripper references.
Clevegal42 – Although, I’d like my kids to learn street smarts, so maybe it is good that they learn some stuff on the streets.
Mia – Suits are hot…100 billion times hotter than muumuus.
Chuck – What can i say, I like the smell of real leather.
betsy – Any party that turns into a clusterfuck isn’t okay in my book.
govtdrone – No, color blowback. Just being regular.
Webmiztris – I like my women messy…in the sack.
almost vegetarian – Mmm….all that sugar makes me want to eat it with chocolate milk.
Peachy – I’ve been trying to get enough fiber and I’ll probably do an audio review for another product with lots of fiber soon, using only farts.
luckinflux – I know. Everything else has sucked so far. 🙁
Brie – I rule the school…if i were in school.
I laughed so hard I had an asthma attack! Nice work!
do your kids have rice bowl haircuts?
Haha that is one funny review. Don’t know about these kind of cereals, I had traumatizing days eating the same cereal. Probably because it was a cheaper brand. But Ill stick with my Honey Bunches of Oats with Almonds. You add some strawberries and bananas. It’s amazing!
Melanie Marie – As long as you had your inhaler nearby, everything is good.
miss petite america – If I had to go through the pain, so do they.
Natalia – Where’s the ring?
Vel – I’m a purist. The only thing I like to add to my cereal is milk. Everything else involves too much work. 🙂
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