Monday, February 26, 2007

Show 298 Sunday 25 February

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Weet-Bix are a popular breakfast cereal made in New Zealand, Australia and South Africa.

There’s an ad in NZ which goes:
Kiwi kids are Weet-Bix kids.
In Australia it goes: Aussie kids are Weet-Bix kids.

In the UK there is a similar product. It’s pretty much the same, except that there’s an a in the middle and the corners are round instead of square.

I bought this packet of Weet-Bix at M Pocket.

Weet-Bix are usually eaten in a bowl with milk.

If you leave Weet-Bix soaking in the milk for too long, they get soggy.
This is usually considered undesirable:
Never Eat Soggy Weet-Bix.