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    Anyone tried Cocoa?

    I'm thinking about giving Cocoa Pebbles a try. Anyone else experience it?

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    I haven't, but if you're going to crush it up and snort it, don't add milk. It just makes it too much like snot after a mud ride.

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    I wonder how they got the Gluten out.
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    That stuff is addictive. I wouldn't mess with it if I were you.
    They get the unhealthy gluten out with dangerous cancer causing chemicals.
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    What Ericmopar said. You'd also be better off with the non-GMO version.

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    Quote Originally Posted by the one ring View Post
    What Ericmopar said. You'd also be better off with the non-GMO version.

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    I would love to eat this while listening to Freedom Rock.

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    Come' caca!

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    Freedom Rock?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ericmopar View Post
    That stuff is addictive. I wouldn't mess with it if I were you.
    Yeah, no way.

    I'll take my chances with heroin.
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    Quote Originally Posted by the one ring View Post
    What Ericmopar said. You'd also be better off with the non-GMO version.

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    OooooOoooOoooo....is that the new synthetic version that's all the rage?
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    Quote Originally Posted by net wurker View Post
    I wonder how they got the Gluten out.
    The gluten sieve.

    What's up with all of the hippies knocking gluten? The only people that are effected are those with a true allergy. Otherwise, it's harmless.
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    Anyone tried Cocoa?-0477_highlight_show-525f5849ada47.jpeg
    Stick around if you're housebroken...

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    I am at the age I eat cereal for the bran, not the sugar.

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    To the jokers on this thread. Oh well more numb nuts to be weeded from existence for being stupid. Wake the hell up and smarten up this is someone's life your playing with. Some people really make me sick to my stomach.

    Really. But joking about someone trying Cocoa Pebbles is ok. This is what's wrong with society today. No responsibility and compassion for others. All me me me. Sorry I was harsh but people need to wake up. The irresponsibility of people in life and on the Internet is disgusting.

    Certain responses to this thread just pissed me right off. Cocoa Pebbles are not funny period and to joke someone to trying and possibly getting hooked is overally harsh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by the-one1 View Post
    To the jokers on this thread. Oh well more numb nuts to be weeded from existence for being stupid. Wake the hell up and smarten up this is someone's life your playing with. Some people really make me sick to my stomach.

    Really. But joking about someone trying Cocoa Pebbles is ok. This is what's wrong with society today. No responsibility and compassion for others. All me me me. Sorry I was harsh but people need to wake up. The irresponsibility of people in life and on the Internet is disgusting.

    Certain responses to this thread just pissed me right off. Cocoa Pebbles are not funny period and to joke someone to trying and possibly getting hooked is overally harsh.
    That's the point I wanted some input from those that have experienced it for themselves. I want to experience it as well but I am leery due to the impending addiction. From what I've heard the most addictive part is the milk turning from a snowy white to a dark brown.
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    With all the good things in life to experiment with and enjoy, trying that stuff is just stupid
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    Quote Originally Posted by theMeat View Post
    With all the good things in life to experiment with and enjoy, trying that stuff is just stupid
    Are you saying this from experience? All my research tells me if you like a Hershies chocolate bar this is the closest thing to it to start your morning.
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    I still like Cheerio's (gluten free of course)
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    Quote Originally Posted by the-one1 View Post
    To the jokers on this thread. Oh well more numb nuts to be weeded from existence for being stupid. Wake the hell up and smarten up this is someone's life your playing with. Some people really make me sick to my stomach.

    Really. But joking about someone trying Cocoa Pebbles is ok. This is what's wrong with society today. No responsibility and compassion for others. All me me me. Sorry I was harsh but people need to wake up. The irresponsibility of people in life and on the Internet is disgusting.

    Certain responses to this thread just pissed me right off. Cocoa Pebbles are not funny period and to joke someone to trying and possibly getting hooked is overally harsh.
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    They're GREEEAAATTT! (for washed up hookers)

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    Wrong product
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    What is cocaine cut with cocoa called?

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    Quote Originally Posted by net wurker View Post
    I wonder how they got the Gluten out.
    It's rice. Cocoa Pebbles rule!

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    Chocolate Frosted Sugar Bombs?


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    Quote Originally Posted by net wurker View Post
    I wonder how they got the Gluten out.
    It was never there.

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    It's rice. Cocoa Pebbles rule!
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    Rice, Sugar,
    Hydrogenated Vegetable Oil (Coconut And Palm Kernel Oils),
    Cocoa (Processed With Alkali), Salt, Caramel Color,
    Natural And Artificial Flavor.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dirt farmer View Post
    What is cocaine cut with cocoa called?
    An Oreo cookie...
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    Hey DJ, is this your pre-ride, go to meal?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cleared2land View Post
    Hey DJ, is this your pre-ride, go to meal?
    My pre ride I have 2 bowls of Cocoa Pebbles. Post ride it's Cocoa Puffs. I've been known to take the chocolate milk produced from a bowl or two of Cocoa Pebbles and pour into my Camelbak for that hacking up flem mid climb treat.
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    Like the box says..."Rocks your whole mouth!"
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cleared2land View Post
    Like the box says..."Rocks your whole mouth!"
    That's what she said.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crankout View Post
    The gluten sieve.

    What's up with all of the hippies knocking gluten? The only people that are effected are those with a true allergy. Otherwise, it's harmless.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Knucklehead View Post

    That was great.
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