Topics that are controversial: Cereal dust
With an election year on the horizon we are beginning to get into pretty heated debates about some pretty controversial topics, such as abortion, gay marriage, immigration, and cereal dust.
It is the latter of which I would like to address as it seems to be a lesser known topic despite strong stances for and against throughout not only the United States, but the world.
For those unfamiliar with the term cereal dust, let me offer Urban Dictionary's definition:
"A fine dust rendered from pulverized cereal at the bottom of the box. The dust is usually the kif of the cereal box with all of its sugary goodness. Usually one is blessed with this treat when the other members of the household have damn near eaten all the cereal." - H.R. Manager
Most likely you have already formed an opinion if you had not already brought one to the breakfast table, but if you have yet to come up with a stance on whether or not cereal dust is tasty, let us explore cereal dust further through my opinionated stance.
I am for cereal dust, any and all kinds
1st - I am a staunch conservative when it comes to cereal. Waste not, want not. By eating the remaining cereal in the form of cereal dust we can reduce something, I just can't figure it out yet.
2nd - But my desire to not waste food is not the only reason behind my support of cereal dust, I also thoroughly enjoy the taste. I honestly don't mind when others in the household eat most of the cereal, as long as they don't throw away the cereal dust. Now, I am not a purist when it comes to eating cereal dust. I cannot eat the sugary goodness alone. It must also have the full cereal pieces as well. My favorite ratio is 75% actual cereal, 25% cereal dust. However, I will and do eat 25% actual cereal, 75% cereal dust.
3rd - In addition to not wasting and it tastes good, let me offer a third: Ashton Kutcher. I know what you are thinking, what does he have to do with cereal dust. Well, it just so happens that Ashton worked at General Mills as a cereal dust sweeper. It seems to me that cereal dust is also creating and providing jobs! Plus it creates actors. I know there may be some controversy in regards to the authenticity of the cereal dust created at General Mills from the dust found at the bottom of bags, but come on, cereal dust is cereal dust.
Presidential candidates cereal likes
I did some research on the presidential candidates and their positions on cereal dust and came up empty handed. It seems to me that they are doing a good job at dodging this topic so early on in the game. However, I followed up by searching for their favorite cereals. Only two candidates had offered an answer thus far.
I think we can determine that these will be the two candidates to see go head to head as they are the only ones who have even remotely offered a stance on cereal dust by providing their favorite cereals for public knowledge. Perhaps as time goes on other candidates will begin revealing their favorite cereals for public perusal. I hope so, it would sure shake up things in Washington.
I only hope that as the election draws nearer that you find a positive stance on cereal dust as it provides jobs and saves American's money in this troubling economy, all while tantalizing our tastebuds.