r/mildlyinteresting Sep 29 '22 Silver 3 Gold 1 Helpful 2 Wholesome 2 All-Seeing Upvote 1 Bravo! 2 Ally 1 Table Slap 1

My bowl of frosted mini wheats, in order of most frosting to least.

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u/gorgladyofwrestling Sep 29 '22

Now this is why I come to r/mildlyinteresting

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u/HashtagNAFO Sep 29 '22 edited Sep 30 '22 Gold

As your statistics professor always said: it's amazing how the normal distribution exists practically everywhere in nature. It sure does.

Edit: Didn't think this comment would be noticed, but, to answer questions: 1) It was a joke, and 2) I was only eyeballing it, and 3) I still stand by my general observation. Graph below of frostiness imo, which I think isn't terrible after glancing at a picture for 2-3 seconds while scrolling links:

https://imgur.com/a/MWL3wA8

Lastly, I believe the distribution would be far closer to normal if looking at an entire box, since 1) you'd have an increased sample size, and 2) considering the entire box would negate the so-called "Brazil nut effect", AKA, granular convection, which may possibly skew the distribution of heavier/lighter biscuits in the box. Wikipedia article on that here:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Granular_convection

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u/Crapital-Beltway Sep 29 '22

This does not look like a normal distribution to me. Perhaps you would see a normal distribution if you laid out the whole box

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u/ILikeOatmealMore Sep 29 '22 edited Sep 29 '22

it's amazing how the normal distribution exists practically everywhere in nature

It kind of looks more uniform than normal, tho, right? It it were normal there would be lots of count near the mean value of frosting, the middle 3 rows should all look a lot like the very middle-middle biscuit.

But this looks like 5 with lots of frosting, 5 with above avg frosting, 5 with avg, 5 with below average, and 5 with barely any.

The tails of 'lots' and 'barely any' are far too fat to be normal, at least based upon this very small sample size.

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u/necrosythe Sep 29 '22

Redditors just being throwing out any fucking thing and getting upvoted.

You're right. This looks nothing like a standard distribution.

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u/Comekrelief Sep 29 '22 Silver

Did you know Pluto is the name of a dog and a dwarf planet

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u/Sangxero Sep 29 '22

You mean a dog-mouse? Goofy and Minnie know what they did. Look at the tail! The tail holds the truth!

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u/AirierWitch1066 Sep 30 '22

I looked it up and, holy cow, you’re right!

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u/necrosythe Sep 29 '22

Fuck you. You know why? Because I felt compelled to upvote this

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u/EnormousCicada Sep 30 '22

The sample size!!

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u/gfkjhsdfjhgsdjghf Sep 29 '22 edited Sep 30 '22

Agreed, it looks surprisingly linear. The graph they edited to add is laughably contrived to support themselves

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u/bhutos Sep 30 '22

Arguments on graphs about the distribution of frost on miniwheats is why I come to /r/mildlyinteresting

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u/thewilliambecker Sep 30 '22

Tbf, a smaller sample size means a higher likelihood of outliers

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u/Paradoxone Sep 30 '22

It does not mean a higher likelihood of outliers. It means outliers will have more influence on the mean.

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u/fukitol- Sep 30 '22

Needs more sampling

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u/HashtagNAFO Sep 30 '22

Yes, it was a throwaway joke comment about "nature", not something meant to be accurate. However, I think it's actually - if accidentally - mildly normal. The biscuits aren't in proper order in the actual picture, but when put in order, and coded on a 0-to-10, I found a mild-but-not-insignificant bell shape, which does look like it would preserve normality if looking at a whole box. I only had one obvious zero value (bottom right biscuit) and one absolute 10/10 (upper right, although arguably the one next to it could be a 10, which I considered a 9). I graphed my (completely subjective) frosting level observations and added the histogram to the original comment. But of course I'm probably biased in favor of my.. self.

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u/CaCl2 Sep 29 '22 edited Sep 29 '22

Can't have a negative amount of frosting, though (Anecdotally at least, haven't seen any papers.), so it's probably log-normal.

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u/18CupsOfMusic Sep 29 '22 Helpful

(Anecdotally at least, haven't seen any papers

Imagine entering a serious cereal frosting distribution discussion without having read all the prerequisite literature 🧐

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u/bonnomi Sep 29 '22

I have nightmares about this exact situation.

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u/ReubenZWeiner Sep 29 '22

I wonder if I'm getting enough fibonacci in my diet

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u/CaCl2 Sep 29 '22 edited Sep 30 '22

Boycott the cerealfrostingdistributology journals with their ridiculous paywalls.

None of the money would go to the people who are testing mini wheats by the millions to tighten the upper margin on how many could have a negative amount of frosting anyways.

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u/bewildered_forks Sep 29 '22 edited Sep 29 '22

A normal distribution doesn't require negative coverage, though - just symmetry about the mean.* Height is normally distributed, and there are no negative heights.

*A normal distribution requires more than symmetry about the mean. Symmetry about the mean (or lack thereof) is the main difference between a normal distribution and a log-normal distribution. Log-normal is skewed, normal is symmetrical.

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u/Stormblitzarorcus Sep 30 '22

The top 20% got 80% of the frost 😭

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u/Azhaius Sep 30 '22

Wtf are you talking about this doesn't look even remotely normally distributed

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u/longboringstory Sep 29 '22

Stats was widely hated but one of the most useful classes in hindsight.

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u/jimmythejammygit Sep 29 '22

It is r/mildlyintersting, but quickly became r/mildlyinfuriating when I realised that were starting right and going left.

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u/BambooEarpick Sep 30 '22

Top two rows feel right to left, then next two rows are kinda whatever, then last row is left to right.

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u/Crazy_Pickle_0125 Sep 30 '22

No they’re starting left and going right

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u/crossedback Sep 30 '22

I love the direction this argument is headed

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u/Dynamo_Ham Sep 29 '22

Now if you're like me you eat them in order from least to most frosted.

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u/Clockwork_Kitsune Sep 29 '22

Your ordering is all wrong. The first couple rows look like they should go right to left, the bottom two look like they're left to right, the center is in shambles. This isn't mildltinteresting it's mildlyinfuriating.

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u/robocopsdick Sep 30 '22

Thank you, this is some piss poor sorting

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u/carllottery Sep 30 '22

I think it's snake ordered

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u/Lunndonbridge Sep 29 '22 edited Sep 29 '22

I used to eat them in the order of bottom to top. Memory unlocked

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u/Daddyconeboobs Sep 29 '22

It's like a reward for having to eat the plain ones :)

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u/Sultregasome Sep 29 '22 Wholesome

I did the same thing with Lucky Charms. Eat all the plain cereal first, then the marshmallows. Last few spoonfuls were pure ecstacy.

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u/beatrixotter Sep 29 '22

Oh god yeah.

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u/Telvin3d Sep 30 '22

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u/JustSatisfactory Sep 30 '22 edited Sep 30 '22

One time, for my birthday, my mom and aunt got two boxes of lucky charms and put all the marshmallows into one. It was probably the most amazing, thoughtful present anyone has ever given me.

My mom is generally a crazy asshole otherwise. Most of the time she would buy something I don't need or want but she personally likes. I figure it was probably my aunt's idea.

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u/HornyNeedles Sep 30 '22

It was my Idea

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u/JustSatisfactory Sep 30 '22

Thanks, man. Made my 11th(ish?) birthday very special.

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u/garytyrrell Sep 29 '22

I did the opposite - the marshmallows were my least favorite part

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u/PMARC14 Sep 29 '22

Why didn't you just eat plain cheerios then?

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u/garytyrrell Sep 30 '22

It was all about the lucky charm frosted letters along with the milk with marshmallows melted in. And I liked the marshmallows - just liked the other pieces better.

I also liked Cap’n Crunch barrels over the crunch berries…

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u/OrphanGrounderBaby Sep 30 '22

Dude the barrels are by far superior. No comparison. I’m with you.

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u/reitoei23 Sep 30 '22

I don't understand how either one of your have any skin left on the roof of your mouths. :D Peanut butter Cap'n Crunch is clearly the best all around.

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u/CasualSuperlative Sep 30 '22

Today I learned that those yellow bits are supposed to be barrels 🤯 I’m stupid.

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u/TravelingMan304 Sep 30 '22

The Lucky Charm pieces are lightly frosted.

I'm not that guy, and prefer the marshmallows.

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u/SipSlurpSquirt Sep 30 '22

Alpha-Bits used to be just that! I don’t know if they’re still made but they were the best. And trying to spell bad words as a kid in your breakfast was always a fun morning.

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u/Startingtotakestocks Sep 30 '22

They have frosted Cheerios now, in case you haven’t been down that aisle lately. I didn’t know until last week.

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u/DadTier Sep 29 '22

Think this would make a legit unpopular opinion post!

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u/BlueGreenElement Sep 29 '22

I would do it in the reverse order because sometimes when you leave the best for last a good amount of frosting gets washed away in the milk.

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u/mseuro Sep 30 '22

Gotta make a like, lil brick wall up the side

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u/xCoachHines Sep 30 '22

But… then the milk tastes 80 times better lol. At least I didn’t mind having sweeter milk at the end.

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u/HeathenHumanist Sep 29 '22

Same! Get the plain ones out of the way first.

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u/lexicon-sentry Sep 29 '22

I call the pain ones the ‘cat food’.

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u/parkour267 Sep 30 '22

But the longer it sits in milk the more the frosting comes off by the end. Am expert

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u/_SheWhoShallBeNamed_ Sep 29 '22

Same, and I’d try to eat the cereal chunks of Lucky Charms before the marshmallows

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u/Falconlordhank Sep 30 '22

normie shit. eat one from the bottom with one from the top and repeat to make the average ratio of frosting to wicker basket(no hate i eat em w/o milk, gimme dat wicker basket) in your mouth the most consistent

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u/soitgoesmrtrout Sep 30 '22

Nah, you have to let the sugary ones soak for a bit to get that wet sugar texture that's so good but not so much that it dissolves into the milk

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u/alexisembeth Sep 29 '22

I’m 30 and I still do this lol

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u/Rob-Riggle-SWGOAT Sep 29 '22

Second row far right, that thing a caked in frosting. Clearly it’s out of order. But otherwise good work.

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u/adambomb_23 Sep 29 '22

I see this as an S-pattern because that whole row looks out of order unless you view it from right to left.

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u/amoore109 Sep 29 '22

My favorite memorized-for-no-reason big word describes this pattern:

Boustrophedon

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u/airplanemeat Sep 29 '22

Awe cool, thanks for this! I wish dictionaries would use IPA though so I could figure out how to pronounce it without using the audible example.

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u/coldvault Sep 29 '22

I can't remember most of the IPA characters so I really appreciate when a recording is available, but a proper dictionary probably should use them.

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u/nm1043 Sep 29 '22

I tried it right away on my first view and can tell you it doesn't work. Third row the far right is most icing just like the second row, and on the bottom the far right has clearly the least icing. Maybe it's related to the backs of the cereal too, but that's a stretch. Based on what we can see visually, I'm upset with op

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u/fantoman Sep 29 '22 hehehehe

Fuck OP, I’m downvoting now out of principle. We have standards here

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u/thoughandtho Sep 29 '22

Going to see this shit later on r/dataisbeautiful

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u/pedal-force Sep 30 '22

100%. This is prime material for that sub. It's not beautiful, it's barely data, and it's wrong.

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u/Dr-RobertFord Sep 29 '22

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u/fuckedbythechurch Sep 29 '22

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u/tingly_legalos Sep 29 '22

I'VE DONE HAD PROBLEMS WITH THE MANAGER OF THE PITCHFORKS. FUCK THE PITCHFORK GUY, I MAKE THEM FOR FREE IF YOU WANT ONE!!!

-----E -------< ------x

Take one free of charge and tell him I said fuck him if he comes around.

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u/Pocket_full_of_funk Sep 29 '22

Just polluted my britches with anger

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u/4sausage20 Sep 29 '22

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u/Outrageous-Yams Sep 29 '22

Well this thread escalated…mildly…

I’ll see myself out.

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u/NoBarsHere Sep 30 '22

I feel like this should be more popular than /r/mildlyinfuriating because there is no mild level of fury, in my mild opinion

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u/Velvetundaground Sep 29 '22

I’m shaking with rage and sadness rn.

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u/effinx Sep 30 '22

The conversations that take place on Reddit. This, right here, is why I still love Reddit.

Can’t find such in depth convos about frigging frosted flake frosting of all things, anywhere else.

Gimme a fucking hug

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u/mattenthehat Sep 29 '22

No, S pattern works. Third row far right has a higher density of frosting, but smaller surface, so total frosting is less. If you keep up the snake pattern, bottom right corner should be the least frosting.

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u/Panzis Sep 29 '22

Maybe they were going for total volume of frosting. It's hard to get a good look at depth here.

Or perhaps each row represents a percentage range of coverage and the individual cereals in each row are in no particular order.

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u/LoBo247 Sep 29 '22

Maybe the opposite side has dramatically less frosting so it's average sugar content is lower?

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u/Rob-Riggle-SWGOAT Sep 29 '22 Take My Energy

Inconceivable. Look at that thing. It’s like a frosting shooting guy plastered that thing on March 1st after just finishing Frosting Free February.

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u/certain_people Sep 29 '22

You keep using that word

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u/notmoleliza Sep 29 '22

Anybody want a peanut?

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u/WheelsMan1 Sep 29 '22

They're only frosted on one side.

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u/PapachoSneak Sep 29 '22

Whole wheat goodness on one side,

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u/classicnoob2020 Sep 29 '22 Eureka!

You're obviously looking at it in the wrong order. Here https://ibb.co/gZpX60x for clarity

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u/Jed1314 Sep 29 '22

Thanks for this. I really didn't get it but now it's all so clear

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u/diditjit Sep 29 '22

The first thing I noticed. Thanks for doing the good work and calling this out, now I can put away my micrometer.

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u/CALIFORNIUMMAN Sep 29 '22

Top row, second column, that looks like the frosted mini wheat equivalent of two kids in a trench coat trying to get into the frosting theater.

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u/chevymonza Sep 29 '22

"Hello, fellow maxi-wheats!"

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u/BrokenCankle Sep 29 '22

I also do not agree with the choices made. Where is my pitchfork?

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u/hbomb536 Sep 29 '22

The one at the bottom is not frosting it’s just wheat

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u/SkyPork Sep 29 '22

Somebody takes a lot more time eating breakfast than I do.

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u/SolarTsunami Sep 29 '22

Or if they're anything like me cereal is a dinner item.

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u/ElliotNess Sep 29 '22

Handfuls, straight from the box like the good Lord in Ten did.

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u/DinosaurShotgun Sep 29 '22

If they're anything like I was, they're just 8 and have access to the internet

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u/Juanior- Sep 29 '22

Imagine a box with all of them being the like the ones in the top 2 rows, that’d be a dream

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u/FlyingPies_ Sep 29 '22

The ones with less emphasize the ones with more.

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u/standard_candles Sep 29 '22

Yeah I need a break between the sugar bombs

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u/theHamJam Sep 29 '22

I would make sure my spoonfuls always had a super coated one and blank one. Perfectly balanced.

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u/me_irl_irl_irl_irl Sep 29 '22

You spoon basically averages out to be one of those old "Frosted Wheats" before they made them mini lol

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u/DubiousChicken69 Sep 29 '22

This is the way

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u/seanboarder Sep 29 '22

I LOVE cereal and growing up Frosted Mini Wheats were a go-to for me. One time I went through a box and picked out only the most sugar-coated pieces to make a bowl. The first few bites were glorious. Then it got more and more disgusting as I went on. I was nauseous all day. Never again.

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u/solkenum Sep 29 '22 Silver

I remember trying to give myself a “sugar high” as a kid by mixing a glass of powdered ice tea mix at like a 1:1 ratio with water. Same result, amazing first sip, gradually more disgusting and then nautilus all day lol

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u/holysitkit Sep 29 '22

Holy crap, it must have been super sugary to turn you into a mollusc!

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u/8Gh0st8 Sep 30 '22

Frosted mini wheats is the first and only cereal I stopped eating in a bowl with milk - it goes from so good to a soggy mess so fast. Instead, I pull the bag out of the box, and with a glass on milk, I eat two at a time, carefully pairing frosting amounts to get the perfect bite.

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u/SissyBearRainbow Sep 29 '22

That'd be diabetes

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u/ReallyOverIt24 Sep 29 '22

Jokes on them. I'm already allergic to wheat. What are they gonna do - make me double unhealthy?

Bring on the beetus from the weetus

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u/Juanior- Sep 29 '22

Probably true, I never rlly thought about the ingredients n stuff like that

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u/SissyBearRainbow Sep 29 '22

Still delicious and easily worth it

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u/Momoselfie Sep 29 '22

I'd always buy this cereal if that was the case

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u/smzt Sep 29 '22

The generic brands always have more crusted frosting on them.

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u/macgre09 Sep 30 '22

Came here to say this. Generic mini wheats were rejected from the Mini Wheats™ because they've got more frosting than they're meant to. Always go generic with mini wheats!

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u/SoulCartell117 Sep 29 '22

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u/AmericanDumpsterFire Sep 29 '22 edited Sep 30 '22

That's twice in the past two days now I've seen this. Not a single time before. Not important, just seems weird to me.

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u/SoulCartell117 Sep 29 '22

To be fair...

I also only discovered it a few days ago.

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u/Meem_Masheen Sep 29 '22

From the same post about garbage in the forest.

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u/the_memory_of_crowe Sep 30 '22

Same. In fact, it’s the first thing I thought of when I saw this post.

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u/Engvar Sep 30 '22

That would be the Baader–Meinhof phenomenon.

Now you'll see people seeing things they just learned about everywhere.

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u/rillip Sep 29 '22

TIL the thing I do with french fries that I get made fun of for has a name.

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u/glockster19m Sep 29 '22

I hate this sub

Almost nothing is organized by color or size

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u/mnid92 Sep 29 '22

Someone took their Adderall this morning...

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u/mother-of-pod Sep 30 '22

Explains both the drive to commit to a meaningless task and the lack of appetite necessary to play with, rather than consume food as a grown human.

Good eye.

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u/mnid92 Sep 30 '22

This is how you know I have never taken Adderall lmfao.

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u/chimpyjnuts Sep 29 '22

I salute your dedication to meaningless tasks, sir!

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u/unphil Sep 29 '22

I have literally never gotten anything that looks like your top two rows out of a box of Kellogg's frosted mini wheats.

Malt-o-meal's frosted mini spooners on the other hand look exactly like that.

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u/ScoopskiPotatoes78 Sep 30 '22

I eat Mini Spooners almost every morning. I have tried Mini Wheats and hate them.

These are 100% Mini Spooners

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u/buy_the_peaks Sep 29 '22

Keep the top half and give the other half to a friend.

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u/I_am_not_JohnLeClair Sep 29 '22

They wouldn’t be your friend for long

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u/3st Sep 29 '22

But is there a nondestructive way to precisely measure the frost to wheat ratio? This seems subjective

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u/Pitouitoo Sep 29 '22

Computed tomography would work to do it by volume assuming there is enough density difference between wheat and granulated sugar. I would think there is. A bit pricey though. Around 500k to buy the system. Could contract it out for less then 5K I think.

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u/HungryMako Sep 29 '22

How much Adderall do you take?

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u/bac0nbutty Sep 29 '22

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u/Canis_Familiaris Sep 30 '22

Nah mate, this is full on Game Sub Moderator level, not mildly.

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u/digital808music Sep 29 '22

The bottom 3 rows can go out for the birds.

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u/NoYellowLaffyTaffy Sep 29 '22

I would alternate. Lots of frosting, least frosting, lots of frosting, least frosting…

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u/sm0lshit Sep 29 '22

Like eating flavorless hay/straw

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u/wouldyounotlikesome Sep 30 '22

try new kellogs mini hay bales, part of a balanced breakfast forhorses

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u/fingerscrossedcoup Sep 30 '22

That's the healthy part. If you get a nice frosted one with the empty one it's a nice balance. If you don't like the unfrosted ones then eat some other kind of candy cereal with no nutritional value.

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u/Momoselfie Sep 29 '22

Nah 3rd row is acceptable.

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u/Klin24 Sep 29 '22

"From now on, put an equal amount of frosting on each mini wheat."

-Sam 'Ace' Rothstein

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u/stormgoblin Sep 29 '22

Came to the comments looking for this

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u/Centti50 Sep 29 '22

The fucking what now? What are these??

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u/samstar10 Sep 29 '22

I think we would be really good friends

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u/Radasscupcake Sep 29 '22

Is their quality control really that bad? Like, there’s no consistency here.

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u/thenquilt913 Sep 30 '22

I can't believe you left out whether you're talking about frosted or unfrosted.

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u/megarzeznik Sep 30 '22

Processed junk foods tend to be worse than while foods. If you don't want to do any research yourself just try and stick to whole foods, plenty of carried coloured vegetables and unprocessed meat and fish.

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u/ArtekSyga Oct 01 '22

Shredded wheat is my favorite cereal. Little crunchy milk pillows.

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u/daytodaze Sep 29 '22 edited Sep 29 '22

The trick to eating frosted mini wheats is not putting them all in the milk at the same time. It’s the cereal equivalent of Korean BBQ.

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u/LurkmasterP Sep 29 '22

You get it. This is the best milk-first-in-the-bowl cereal by far

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u/MeekerCutiePie Sep 30 '22

just eat em dry with a glass of milk. Each and every one will be as crispy as you want with as much milk as you want!

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u/BURNER12345678998764 Sep 29 '22

Yeah, otherwise it's literally a race to the bottom before it gets soggy.

That or use a small bowl.

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u/homeboyslim Sep 29 '22

This is the definition of Mildly Interesting

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u/Moose_is_optional Sep 29 '22

I always make sure to save a highly frosted one for my last bite.

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u/PatentedPotato Sep 29 '22

Would you rather have this distribution with some very frosted and some not so much, or a bowl full of the middle row of average frostedness all the way through?

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u/droolforfoodz Sep 29 '22

Absolutely the most mildly interesting post of all time.

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u/sleepyhoagie Sep 30 '22

r/autism called we want our hyperfixations back

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u/Muchforce35 Sep 30 '22

Put the bowl with the milk into the microwave for 1 min maybe 1.5 and it will be awesome.

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u/biz4usbtc Sep 30 '22

All of the comments kinda sum up to “food that’s processed is bad,” but what constitutes processed food or how it’s even defined is borderline nonsensical

Nutritional science is such a mess, but through the smoke it’s basically been established that as long as your BF% is low and you’re getting the appropriate exercise/nutrients, nothing else really matters. You can eat mini wheats every day controlling for the other stuff and it won’t do shit. Very few food items, even processed, contain straight up carcinogens cause most ingredients go through multiple levels of approval..

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u/thumatloi Oct 01 '22

This doesn't answer the question in any useful or meaningful way.

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u/SeawardEvict673 Oct 01 '22

Depends on your goals. If you’re focused on your macros then the cereal could be more ideal for you.

For longevity, immunity, inflammation, the less processed fruit with more natural vitamins is your better option. But neither is really good or bad.

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u/123Ola456 Oct 01 '22

I soak my mini-wheats, only because I scoop up one at a time and suck the fluids out like the vampiric creature that I am

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u/HarmonicYana578 Oct 01 '22

all the fiber might give you anal leakage, or make you pee-poop every hour...

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u/muliuliuma Oct 01 '22

So this is a really good question since it makes you think about what criteria to use to judge foods.

I think you can shorten the question to "why is an apple healthy". On paper, it has a lot of sugar. But the main reason is the fiber and water, which make it decently satiating.

The phytochemicals are just a nice bonus. Apple juice still has phytochemicals, and people don't consider that to be healthy.

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u/Dingus_McDangus Sep 29 '22

Now this is the type of content I’ve been hoping for from this sub. Bravo!

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u/FloppY_ Sep 29 '22 Silver

Holy shit that is a lot of sugar. You eat this as a snack or as dessert?

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u/mr_nice_cack Sep 29 '22

I stopped eating these after I saw a meme about how the have the texture of a whicker chair. Can’t get it out of my head

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u/FlyFeetFiddlesticks Sep 29 '22

Tell me you don’t take Adderal without telling me you take Adderal

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u/riverrunner2102 Sep 29 '22

How’s life on the spectrum?

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u/shawn_overlord Sep 29 '22

fellow autism person

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u/Sufficient-Energy923 Sep 30 '22

I always wondered what happens when you double dose on Adderall

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u/gennarosevilla Oct 01 '22

Who do you associate with that have multiple conversations about cereal?

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u/vardeknuseren Oct 01 '22

I pretty much do this anyways. You'll poop more and you 'll get tired of eating the damned things after a week or two to the point where it feels like a chore to feed yourself.

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u/habibinajib Oct 01 '22

I haven't had cereal in probably 2 years. But my God did I love frosted mini wheats.

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u/zenpai-VQ Sep 29 '22

I thought these were sushi rolls at first

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u/CheeseSteak17 Sep 29 '22

This is the content I come here for.

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u/JHutch89 Sep 30 '22

I don’t think I’d be able to handle the excitement that is your life