The great Kellogg's Cornflakes swindle
From avid Bitterwallet reader Michael: "Witnessed today in Hatfield Tesco - almost four times the price for lazy bastards that can't be bothered to take a bowl to work in the morning! Perhaps if they came with a hot blonde to spoon feed them to me?"
Of course it isn't really "cereal to go" at all - unless you enjoy eating dry cornflakes with your hands. This is for a niche market of office workers that can't be arsed to remember a bowl, but can be arsed to buy milk and a spoon. What's that? Most offices have milk and spoons? Probably - and most have crockery, too.
We wouldn't know whether to eat these cornflakes for breakfast or serve the individual flakes as entreés at the ambassador's party; these cornflakes are more expensive than fresh tuna (£1.99 per 100 grams), fresh Sirloin steak ((£1.42) and Tesco Best tiger prawns (£2.35).
Frankly, if you're dim enough to pay nearly £3 for 100 grams of cereal, you deserve everything, you buffoons.