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Comment #24:Lynn fromThe Actor’s Diet who suggested…“Umm….agave nut cheerios?” And comment

Posted Sep 14 2009 9:48am 1 Comment

Using our friend, the two lucky peeps are:

Comment #24: Lynn from The Actor’s Diet  who suggested…
“Umm….agave nut cheerios?”

And comment #11:  Anne K. from Harping on Fitness  who concocted…
“Hmm, I think they should have Snickerdoodle cheerios! With extra cinnamon. Mmmm!”


Ladies, please send me your contact info at so we can get that banana nut goodness (also known as Banana Nut Cheerios ) off to you ASAP.  Thanks again to Amanda and the gang at Cheerios for making the giveaway possible – they definitely need to read all those comments, because y’all had some killer Cheerios flavors!

Happy Monday – see you all later tonight :).

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