Leprechaun Flakes?

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Brian Conroy writes:

So Kellogg just applied for a Trade Mark across Europe for this lad: He looks like Snap, Crackle and Pop’s weird Irish cousin dressed up for Christmas to me personally, but I’m a Coco Pops man myself, so perhaps I just don’t recognise him! Any takers??

Who Or What Is This? (Brian Conroy)

Thanks Ryan Philips

14 thoughts on “Leprechaun Flakes?

  1. ahjayzis

    …Lucky Charms?

    Maybe they’ve toned down the weapons-grade chemical and sugar content for the European market?

    1. Neilo

      Weirdly, US friends tell me UK/Irish Cheerios are much sweeter than the US version. One would have thought the reverse to be true.

      1. weeeelllllllll

        this is true

        the ones over here appear to be sprayed with sugar whereas the ones in the US are much more plain

        literally the only less sugary thing in the country

        1. Demon

          Same with Coke. Much sugarier here.

          Since you ask, that is Balor, the lowering war god who resides in Tory off the northwest coast. Kellogg’s may offend him at their peril.

  2. Spaghetti Hoop

    1. Looks like an elf of the North Pole variety.
    2. Elves are not typically Irish-looking.
    Brian you’re clearly a cereal-killer.

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