SPOTTED: Kellogg’s Limited Edition Crayola Jazzberry Cereal

Kellogg s Limited Edition Crayola Jazzberry Cereal

I’d recommend not coloring the box while eating the cereal with milk, unless you’re either a really fast colorer or eater. (Spotted by Robbie at Walmart.)

11 thoughts to “SPOTTED: Kellogg’s Limited Edition Crayola Jazzberry Cereal”

  1. Even the crayons have jazz hands ?

    BTW, what the heck is a jazzberry? Is it just a jazzy way to say mixed berry flavor??

  2. Considering I once witnessed another kid eating crayons on our school bus (and on a separate occasion, another kid eating Elmer’s white paste), I have to question the wisdom of teaching kids to associate crayons with food.

    1. They’re not teaching them that, ya idjit. A stupid kid will eat crayons/paste/tide pods no matter what kinds of cereal are available. The smart kids won’t.

      1. Oh, boy. You should probably read up on the “pica” disorder before you start calling people “idjits”, or make baseless claims about the intelligence of those who exhibit it. Nutritional deficiencies are one of the main causes associated with pica, as a hemoglobin levels (this is believed to be where pregnancy cravings come from). It’s also linked to autism, but high-functioning autism is typically associated with genius-level intellect (think Sheldon Cooper from The Big Bang Theory). OCD is another possible link that’s being researched, but nothing has been proven yet. Nobody has found a correlation to low IQ that I’ve ever heard of. I doubt anyone has even studied that one. It’d make more sense to study how it’s linked to poverty, since they’re more likely to be malnourished enough to trigger cravings involving sources of specific nutrients (or simply to feel full for once).

    2. Haha, they’re definitely not teaching that. Think about all the restaurants that have little placements for kids to colour on and do activities…with crayons.

      1. Giving them a placemat and crayons to color it with is very different from putting pictures of crayons on a box of food where the food is normally pictured. Young kids are another group that’s known to exhibit pica symptoms, though they usually outgrow it in a few years. Still, no reason to purposefully invite problems, if they can be avoided.

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