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Song Parodies -> "Old Cereal Blues"

Original Song Title:

"I Love You"

Original Performer:

Barney and the Backyard Gang

Parody Song Title:

"Old Cereal Blues"

Parody Written by:

Robert D. Arndt Jr.

The Lyrics

Lost cereals of the '60s and '70s
Old cereal blues,
Ralston Freakies,
Ralston Moonstones were very funny
Quisp and Quake bunch,
Quaker Oates made them both duel,
Then came along the Quaker Quangeroos!!!

Old cereal blues,
Kream Krunch ice cream,
Crazy Cow, Punch Crunch, Product 19
Sir Grapefellow war,
Baron von Redberry after you,
Pink Panther flakes made pink milk goo!

But kids loved 'em!!!
Especially before school!!!
What was your favorite gone cereal???

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Pacing: 4.9
How Funny: 5.0
Overall Rating: 5.0

Total Votes: 8

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Annie - July 03, 2017 - Report this comment
I liked Whoopie Crunchies, which we got at the orphanage.
Jonathan - July 03, 2017 - Report this comment
been a while since I last bought Trix cereal, are they still the colorful puffs? or have they changed shape again? I know they were puffs first, then fruit-shaped, then back to puffs, which the commercials tried to pass off as some new thing! 455
Rob Arndt - July 03, 2017 - Report this comment
I miss Product 19. I can buy it online, but it's a waste and expensive!
Brad - July 03, 2017 - Report this comment
Didn't Trix change to only four colors? I think blue and green were dropped due to the company getting rid of artificial colors. Now it's just red, orange, yellow, and purple. Weird.
CML - July 03, 2017 - Report this comment
My mother would buy Product 19. I'm not sure who in the family ate it -- I thought it tasted like chunks of cardboard
CML - July 03, 2017 - Report this comment
Talk about weird colors, Brad, how about Kaboom cereals. It looked like they used the same food coloring that was used on Friskies cat food. And what about those colors -- lanced-boil yellow, thigh-bruise purple, ass-zit red, lung-phlegm green. And then you'd pour milk on it and your whole cereal bowl would degrade into a fetid milk-swamp ...... Not that my mother would ever bring that sh*t into the house -- but my friend's mother did. So I'd go over to his house and watch him choke down his Kaboom cereal just so I could feel better about myself
Rob Arndt - July 04, 2017 - Report this comment
CML, I was a kid when I first discovered Product 19 which my dad liked more than Life. And you remember all the sugar we were allowed to add to the cereals. I preferred more healthy cereals to the kiddie cereals with the free toys from back then. Still, mom had a whole cabinet of cereals to choose from. Her favorite was Frosted Mini-wheats!
CML - July 05, 2017 - Report this comment
My dad was a doctor and diabetes runs in his side of the family, so none of his kids ever put excessive sugar on anything. Not because sugar wasn't allowed, it just wasn't there. And we didn't drink cokes except on special occasions. And it paid off as none of us (9 kids) have ever been way overweight, and 7 out of 9 of had been at ideal weight our entire lives

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