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Jan 1st 2020 at 4:28:12 AM •••

Part of the reason sugar was such a selling point of pre-sugared cereals is that it was rationed during the war, and continued to be rationed quite a bit after. It was a luxury good, and in a way a touchstone that said that WWII was well and truly over.

Jul 31st 2017 at 1:03:04 PM •••

This trope should be called "Apart From This Complete Breakfast".

May 27th 2015 at 7:10:16 AM •••

Wait, what? How did bacon "get its start" by being marketed as part of a complete breakfast?

Wasn't bacon around for hundreds of years prior to even the 'concept' of "marketing"?

Edited by Robotech_Master
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