I Just Ate Four Shredded Wheat For Breakfast To Teach Our Prime Minister A Lesson
And now I regret it.
Shredded Wheat. And milk. The lifeblood of a nation, some say.
Recently, however, our prime minister has had things to say on this cereal of sporting champions. Well, he actually had things to say about the future of his political career, but I wasn't really interested in that bit. I was more interested in his thoughts on Shredded Wheat. To wit: Eating two is apparently "wonderful", but three "might be too much".
And this was – to my mind – a myth. One that circulated even back in the days when real men had mullets and moustaches.
Here are the ingredients of Shredded Wheat.
MANUFACTURED IN A FACILITY THAT PROCESSES NUTS.
There's hardly any fat in a Shredded Wheat. You could eat about 20 of them before you started going over your recommended fat intake. It's a strange beast.
Shredded Wheat come in packs of two. It's almost like they're trying to tell us something.
With one down, I was feeling pretty good about the world.
I came out of the experience tired, shaky, and despondent. I wondered what the long-term effect would be.
vote votesNo Shredded Wheat, because they're awful.
vote votesFive or more. Go wild.