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Monday, November 13, 2006

Even Buckeyes Prefer Frosted Flakes

So much for Buckeye cereal sweeping America...or even Ohio as evidenced by the picture below.

P.S. To the Buckeye grad working at Kroger who put up the sign -- it's spelled "Heroes."

I guess he wanted to be authentic and spell it just like the team does.

Kroger: Right Store. Right Price. Wrong Spelling.

(HT: SiC)


Eric S. said...

It's okay, I went to Giant Eagle today and noticed the 28 oz. can of diced toNatoes.

Besides, the spelling on the box was right. That should go for something.

Anonymous said...

Isn't the O in herOes ... Maize in Color?

Anonymous said...

They are trying to unload the cereal to make room for "Big Ten Champs" version next week.

srudoff said...

gosh kinda like a Michigan blog site misspelling Schembechler on its front page last month......

: )

srudoff said...

thought you'd enjoy this as well

A michigan county was forced to spend $40,000 to reprint ballots for the upcoming election because they use the word Pubic instead of Public.

Only in Michigan

Andy said...

Now THIS is a Buckstache !!!!

Anonymous said...

I read on here that to qualify as a "Buckstache" it has to worn while committing a crime or getting arrested for a crime. I'm guessing that having a 'stache like that in and of itself is a crime, so "IT'S GOOD!"

Papa Steve said...

The cereal is actually more representative than advertised, as actual buckeye heroes can be had for a low low price as well :)

Anonymous said...

srudoff, do you really think they will be selling a cereal that has MichiganBig Ten Champs in Ohio? I thnk that would be a bad marketing idea

Anonymous said...

bad grammar in that comment

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