Monday, September 28, 2009

C-Rations: 0C10001

This week’s offering is Cereal treats

“Bake Sale” each approx. 4" X 5" X 3" molded Rice & Coco Krispies on 11" plate

Late Edition C says:

Battle Creek, MI- Police uncovered a grisly scene today as they responded to an anonymous tip about the current whereabouts of Rice Krispies’ spokes elves Snap, Crackle, Pop missing since the summer. The lead came during an ongoing corruption scandal involving black market bakeries inside hollow trees run by the Keebler Family. A source close to the investigation mention an ongoing feud between the spokes elves and the Keeblers going back hundred of years as a possible connection. Tony, who worked with the trio, said: “We are in the mist of GRRRRRate economic uncertainty, and shifts in market shares, however slight, have a huge impact on personal livelihood. Since the elves’ square treats moved into the cookie aisle back in the 1990s, the feud between the two parties continued to escalate. I just never thought it would go this far.” The Battle Creek PD released this statement: "After processing the scene we can rule out The Big Corn Syndicate as a suspect, enlisting the help of the profiler from the Cookie Crisp Cops we have determines that this crime could only have been committed by one mascot, "Son of Toucan Sam" the notorious Cereal Killer.”

Remember each Monday during the 3.0 year I am posting an original skull design. My weekly offerings are nothing compared to the one-a-day massive project done by the Skullmaster in 1.0, but hopefully you will find some nourishment in these weekly offerings.

5 comments:

Noah said...

I never did trust those cartoon mascots! Excellent work!

Tatman said...

As a huge fan of skulls, cereal, and mysteries I absolutely LOVE this. Great work!

mady said...

Alas, poor Snack, Crackle, and Pop. I knew them, Horatio.

This is hilarious!

Kim said...

It was death by puns, methinks. Snap Crackle and Pop left some tasty looking corpses, tough...

Mike said...

Hey, I have those same plates.