Tuesday, January 28, 2020

MORE MAHOMES MAGIC CRUNCH CEREAL HITS KANSAS CITY SHELVES!!!

It's easy to clown this hysteria, but the numbers are serious biz. 300K boxes SOLD SO FAR and at least 100K donated to charity.

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Mahomes Magic Crunch Cereal Is Back In Kansas City Stores And Is Likely To Sell Out Before Sunday

Not that he has a thing about his hometown football team and its quarterback, but don't even think about asking Josh Weinstock to open his box of Mahomes Magic Crunch. "I intend to keep that sealed 'til the day I die," Weinstock said. "If my grandchildren wanna open it one day, may they be cursed."

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Nothing like polluting your family with sugar rich chemically laced food all in the name of a football player. If they put Mahomes face on a pile of dogshit would you fanatics eat it as well?

Anonymous said...

Depends what kind of dog and what the dog has recently eaten.

Anonymous said...

^^^Why is that not too hard to really believe would happen.

Anonymous said...

^^7:11, believable because 6:27 was probably the smart guy who rich selling those monkey poop coffee beans to wealthy weirdos.

Anonymous said...

^^Oops..."who got rich"...
Look up Kopi Luwak. Monkeys and cats (civets) are fed coffee beans, then the beans are picked out of the poop to be brewed into $80 cups of coffee!!!

Anonymous said...

Hey there to all of you haters . Hopefully you are having a good life . Our local team , the CHIEFS and their awsome players and superstar MAHOMES has gained Kansas City national attention and world Wide aclaim . You hating HOMO QUEEN Nancy boy's are just liberals Boyz bangers butt Boyz who's jealous of success and the fact that our CHIEF'S are gunna Win the Superbowl !!!

Anonymous said...

Hey 6:13 and ya'll excluding 12:23am

“This is a win-win-win situation,” Mosher said. “Raise money for charity, raise one's own ‘good citizen’ profile, and get some sports memorabilia as well. And maybe even an acceptable breakfast.”

"A percentage of proceeds from the cereal sales goes to the 15 and the Mahomies Foundation, which is dedicated to improving the lives of children. Hy-Vee won’t release any sales figures, but Potthoff said the company originally expected to sell 50,000 boxes. Since the Chiefs have had such a successful season, making the franchise's first Super Bowl in 50 years, they now expect to sell 300,000. Likewise, the company initially expected to raise $25,000 for Mahomes’ non-profit, but the grocer now expects its donation to top $100,000."