Who remembers this Rice Crispies Ad?

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These three little gnomes were the first and longest-lasting characters to represent a Kellogg's product. They were also the first animated characters to ever appear in a cereal commercial. "Wake up on the Rice side".

Snap! was created in 1933. Snap! is the oldest and is a good-natured leader. He wears a baker's hat.

Pop! was created in 1941. He is a comedian. He now wears an yellow baker's hat. He used to wear an old-style military hat.

Crackle! was created in 1941. The typical know-it-all who sometimes gets caught in the middle. He tries to keep order between the other two. Crackle! wears a red-striped stocking cap.

It is rumored that a 4th, short-lived, character named Pow was introduced in the mid-1950's.

In 1949 Snap! Crackle! and Pop! magically changed from gnomes with huge noses and ears to more human-looking creatures with more proportional features. They continue to evolve. As fashions change, so do their costumes. Their hair also grows long or is cut shorter at times.

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Tombstone wrote: ... We never got that one over here :wah:
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Anyway I still prefer my Kellogg's :wah: Cornflakes in the evenings about 10pm mmm
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I just get a blank white screen when I click on the link...:yh_sigh

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Who would win a rumble? Snap, Crackle & Pop VS the Keebler Elves
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BabyRider wrote: I just get a blank white screen when I click on the link...:yh_sigh

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I remember that one!!!!!
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http://www.ricekrispies.com/Wasn't it "snap, crackle, pop"? I remember.:p

Only 2 weeks ago I had a coffee mug with the 3 of them on it. It was the snap crackle pop guys. I left it at the shelter when I left there. Oh God, now I miss it.
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I make marshamallow treats with Rice Krispies all the time!
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chonsigirl;504974 wrote: I make marshamallow treats with Rice Krispies all the time!


I still like them especially with extra marshmallow............yummers sticking to my teeth!!!:wah:
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If you check the link crackle's real name is crackhead. I thought parents would like to know whos getting cozy with their kids.
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I don't remember that one, but I think Rice Krispies have some of the best commercials. My all time favorite:

Snap! What a happy sound

Snap is the happiest sound I've found

You may rap, clap, slap, tap

But Snap! makes the world go 'round.

Snap! Crackle! Pop! Rice Krispies

I say it's Crackle the Crispy sound

You've gotta have Crackle or the clock's not wound

Geese cackle, feathers tickle, belts buckle, beets pickle

But Crackle makes the world 'round

Snap! Crackle! Pop! Rice Krispies

Now I insist that Pop's the sound

The best is missed unless Pop's around

You can't stop hoppin when the cereal's poppin!

Pop! Makes the world go 'round

Snap! Crackle! Pop! Rice Krispies

I know....I'm weird. That commercial must be at least 20 years old.
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I remember the new ads. Do not remember the ones in the seventies.
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For awhile, Rice Crispies (and some other cereals) came in boxes which could be opened and used as bowls. I thought this was VERY COOL when I was a kid. It's a good idea, actually, as you just tossed the empty (today you could recycle it) and go on to start your day.

"Snap, Crackle, Pop....RICE CRISPIEEEESSSS!" Is there any food value whatsoever in that stuff? :wah:
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Lulu, those boxes were the coolest! I always wondered why they stopped using them.

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