Seems like only a few days ago, I was
complaining talking about how hard it was to procure my regular breakfast food of Honey Nut Rollin' Oats at Save A Lot. I suppose The Universe did not like that kind of talk, and saw fit to contact and contract Even Steven to set me straight.
That's what I found in my cereal on Wednesday morning. Morning being noon:30, when I have my breakfast. Here's the flip side of it:
Good thing I was actually looking at my plate, and not just mindlessly chucking fake cheerios into my mouth absentmindedly! That's how I have my cereal. Dry, on a plate with a banana. I don't like milk.
At first, I thought it might be some of the legal percentage of insect particles that the FDA allows in cereal. Closer inspection revealed that it was a hard lump of something. Most likely the batter stuff that the cereal is made of. Perhaps stuck to whatever they cook on, and charred. I didn't try to taste it to find out. I'm glad I didn't break a tooth!
I still stand by my Honey Nut Rollin' Oats. I've eaten them for 20 years, and never had a problem. Gotta be a fluke. But I'm still going to be looking at my cereal before I take a bite.