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What's in Your Corn Flakes?

So, here you might be thinking corn flakes are wholesome and healthy. Think again. We take the occasion of Kellogg's removing its ads from Breitbart to remind everyone how this horrible concoction became breakfast fodder for an emasculated America:



Corn Flakes Were Invented as Part of an Anti-Masturbation Crusade

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Later, Kellogg developed a few different flaked grain breakfast cereals—including corn flakes—as healthy, ready-to-eat anti-masturbatory morning meals. He partnered with his brother Will, the sanitarium’s bookkeeper, to make and sell them to the public. Will had less interest in dietary purity and more business sense than his brother, and worried that the products wouldn’t sell as they were. He wanted to add sugar to the flakes to make them more palatable, but John wouldn’t hear of it. Will eventually started selling the cereals through his own business, which became the Kellogg Company; the brothers continued to feud for decades after. Masturbators who enjoy cornflakes can probably attest that the sugar was a good idea, since Kellogg's cereal doesn't really have its intended effect.


Keep in mind, this kind of insanity came from the religious left, not mainstream Christianity or what would later be called the "Christian Right". Either way, eating corn flakes has never been "good" for you. Now is as good a time as any to replace them with a bacon and egg breakfast burrito.

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Ham egg and cheese biscuit!
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cobalt-blue, on 01 December 2016 - 08:30 AM, said:

Ham egg and cheese biscuit!

That's more of a weekend kind of thing.
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I've always enjoyed regular Shredded Wheat as opposed to the sweetened variety, I just never knew why.

Thank.

You.
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stick, on 01 December 2016 - 11:11 AM, said:

I've always enjoyed regular Shredded Wheat as opposed to the sweetened variety, I just never knew why.Thank. You.


Watch that glycemic level, tho. :thumbsup:
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Honestly, if I modified what I ate (or watched or listened to) based on politics, I would end up sitting in a dark room at my home, slowly starving to death. Screw that.

I'm not a big cold cereal fan, anyway. What I love are hot cereals - oatmeal, grits, cream of wheat, etc.

Kellogg's history is fascinating - and yes, his company did start as anti-masturbatory aids. (It was graham crackers, not cornflakes, in the beginning.) However, this was not an uncommon belief at the time! The Victorian era produced some really odd beliefs about sex.

As for left or right, mainstream or not, I don't think these particular beliefs apply to the modern definitions. Thankfully, they've largely died out.

(If you are interested in this subject, check out Unmentionable: The Victorian Lady's Guide to Sex, Marriage, and Manners by Therese Oneill. I just finished reading it and it was a hoot. Kellogg is mentioned repeatedly, and this is not a good thing.)
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lyria, on 02 December 2016 - 10:30 AM, said:

Honestly, if I modified what I ate (or watched or listened to) based on politics, I would end up sitting in a dark room at my home, slowly starving to death. Screw that. I'm not a big cold cereal fan, anyway. What I love are hot cereals - oatmeal, grits, cream of wheat, etc.Kellogg's history is fascinating - and yes, his company did start as anti-masturbatory aids. (It was graham crackers, not cornflakes, in the beginning.) However, this was not an uncommon belief at the time! The Victorian era produced some really odd beliefs about sex.As for left or right, mainstream or not, I don't think these particular beliefs apply to the modern definitions. Thankfully, they've largely died out.(If you are interested in this subject, check out Unmentionable: The Victorian Lady's Guide to Sex, Marriage, and Manners by Therese Oneill. I just finished reading it and it was a hoot. Kellogg is mentioned repeatedly, and this is not a good thing.)

And you can read A Conservative History of the American Left, which traces the development of the religious left. Kellogg fit smack dab in the middle of it.
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Mr. Naron, on 02 December 2016 - 01:23 PM, said:

lyria, on 02 December 2016 - 10:30 AM, said:

Honestly, if I modified what I ate (or watched or listened to) based on politics, I would end up sitting in a dark room at my home, slowly starving to death. Screw that. I'm not a big cold cereal fan, anyway. What I love are hot cereals - oatmeal, grits, cream of wheat, etc.Kellogg's history is fascinating - and yes, his company did start as anti-masturbatory aids. (It was graham crackers, not cornflakes, in the beginning.) However, this was not an uncommon belief at the time! The Victorian era produced some really odd beliefs about sex.As for left or right, mainstream or not, I don't think these particular beliefs apply to the modern definitions. Thankfully, they've largely died out.(If you are interested in this subject, check out Unmentionable: The Victorian Lady's Guide to Sex, Marriage, and Manners by Therese Oneill. I just finished reading it and it was a hoot. Kellogg is mentioned repeatedly, and this is not a good thing.)
And you can read A Conservative History of the American Left, which traces the development of the religious left. Kellogg fit smack dab in the middle of it.



Thank you for the recommendation. I'll add it to my long reading list.
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It's no wonder why Kelloggs is a huge donor to George Soros.

Both are wealthy mental cases against American culture.
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