A Review of Canned Cereal and Names

RICHARDHey There, Hi There, Ho There Webnet Folks,

Richard here with a review of the latest food craze – cereal in a can! I know what you’re thinking – “Cereal in a can? Come on now Richard, does such a thing even exist?” It does now!

See, I have a fear of cardboard, more specifically of dry goods packaged in cardboard – mites, anybody? That’s how Whooping Cough gets spread! Since I make my own cereal at home (who can trust retailers anymore?), I knew that the best way to preserve my homemade breakfasts was to store them in cans. Of course, since I don’t trust store-bought cans (rabies), I had to make my own out of tinfoil.

Now that I look at it, it’s really more of an amorphous lump of tinfoil than anything else. And I can see several tears in the foil from my vigorous molding. Oh well!

Regards,

A Chicken

POONHello Webnet. Poon here. Today I feel like reviewing names.

Names are a sensitive issue. Take mine for instance:

What were my parents thinking? If they were still alive, I would ask them if they thought ahead to what Junior High might be like for me.
All I have is the note they left me before they went on their last African Safari.

“Dear Poon…in case you ever wonder, you are named after a type of tree in Southern Asia, under which you were conceived”.
In case I ever wonder? Really Mom and Dad?

Is your name bittersweet too?

TTFN,

Poon

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