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Potential Lucky Charms Of The Future: Chicken Sacrifice

on February 24, 2009 - 11:05pm
I don't condone this, and I very well could have used a photo of a 12 piece KFC bucket- But it's not my job to keep the harsh realities of life from you. I'm not saying it's right- I'm just saying I could see this as a marshmallow. With wicked good luck powers. G
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The real Lucky the Leprechaun

on February 24, 2009 - 2:14pm
This is what that little guy looks like when he's not dazzling children with "breakfast magic". That's not skim milk that he's holding FYI..
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Potential Lucky Charms Of The Future: Evil Eye

on February 24, 2009 - 11:26am
These things actually gross me out for some reason. I believe they come from Greece and are a very traditional lucky charm. They could easily be adapted to marshmallow form. Can't you picture it? G **EDIT** I have been informed that Turkey is the country of origin for these "lucky charms". A Turkish man once threatened to knife us in Paris. It was intense.
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Potential Lucky Charms Of The Future: Monkey's Paw

on February 24, 2009 - 11:19am
My thought process led me to wonder what would the future hold for Lucky Charms. Sure, some of these ideas may seem taboo, but in an increasingly violent and progressive world I don't think these ideas are that far-flung. I believe swimmers at the turn of the century were expected to wear full outfits, whereas today we have the thong bikini, as brought to mainstream attention by Sisqo, in his 1999 hit, "Thong Song". I think a Monkey's Paw would make an excellent addition to Lucky Charms as it is in fact, a lucky charm from days of yore. Most likely illegal now. G
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Thought Of The Day...

on February 24, 2009 - 10:52am
Having my morning cereal, I pondered a question, as one often does, while staring blankly at the morning sun-- Can you count your age by the marshmallows in a bowl of Lucky Charms? Like the rings of a great oak tree? I remember, as a child, the addition of Purple Horseshoes and eventually Red Balloons. I now notice there are Yellow Hourglasses. How many new magical totems of sugar will be in the bowl when I reach the age of 65? G