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    Updated on Jun 28, 2019. Posted on Apr 2, 2017

    10 Cereal Mascots Who Glowed The Heck Up Over The Years

    Even cereal mascots go through puberty.

    Lucky the Leprechaun

    General Mills / Via generalmillshistory.tumblr.com, General Mills / Via nogluten.io

    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

    Kellogg's / Via corvusnoir.com, Kellogg's / Via amazon.in

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

    New Tony (today): Swole AF.

    Snap, Crackle, and Pop

    Kellogg's / Via ricekrispies.com

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

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

    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

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    Old Cap'n (1963): Straight mustache.

    New Cap'n (today): Curled mustache.

    Toucan Sam

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    Old Sam (1963): Balances fruit on his head.

    New Sam (today): Swims in cereal.

    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

    General Mills / Via theweeklings.com, General Mills / Via usatoday.com

    Old Boo (1972): You

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