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10 Cereal Mascots Who Glowed The Heck Up Over The Years

Even cereal mascots go through puberty.

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Lucky the Leprechaun

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Old Lucky (1964): The stuff nightmares are made of.

New Lucky (today): A cartoony lil' spright.

Trix the Rabbit

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Old Trix (1959): Seems relaxed; likes to rollerblade.

New Trix (today): Very excited about cereal; no indication of rollerblading.

Tony the Tiger

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Old Tony (1951): Do you even lift, bro?

New Tony (today): Swole AF.

Snap, Crackle, and Pop

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Old Snap, Crackle, and Pop (1933): Terrible rosacea.

New Snap, Crackle, and Pop (today): Rosacea no more!

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Sonny the Cuckoo Bird

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Old Sonny (1962): Clothed; looks pretty sane.

New Sonny (today): Ditched the shirt; got cuckoo eyes.

Cap'n Crunch

Toucan Sam

Franken Berry

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Old Franken Berry (1971): Toothless.

New Franken Berry (today): Has grown one tooth in 40 years.

Count Chocula

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Old Count (1971): Questionable sideburns (I mean, it was the '70s, I guess).

New Count (today): No sight of sideburns.

Boo-Berry

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Old Boo (1972): You

New Boo (today): The guy she tells you not to worry about.