Packaged Food

For 10 Lucky People, Lucky Charms Will Be Giving Away Rare Boxes Of All-Marshmallow Cereal

Lucky Charms Marshmallow Box

As long as Lucky Charms cereal has existed, there have been legends of a box made entirely of marshmallows. For a kid on a sugar high, a box of all-marshmallow Lucky Charms can literally be compared to a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow. Now, Lucky Charms says that 10 boxes exist.

General Mills announced that consumers will be able to win themselves one of the 10 rare boxes of Lucky Charms featuring nothing but marshmallow pieces. What they need to do is take a photo of themselves holding an “imaginary” box of Lucky Charms and post it on social media (Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram) between Oct. 14 through Oct. 18. The hashtag #Lucky10Sweepstakes must also be used.

But let’s let Biz Markie tell you what’s up.

Typically, a normal box would feature an abundance of wheat cereal pieces with about a few handfuls of marshmallow pieces to balance out the flavor. We remember picking each piece out individually and eating them all at once in a smaller, sugary bite.

If you’ll excuse us, we have some Lucky Charms to try to win.




Kate Upton & Snoop Dogg Team Up for Hot Pockets Music Video


In the last few years, Kate Upton has been in practically everything. The model, and sometimes actress, has almost become a household name with her commercials, magazine covers and movie appearances.

Hot Pockets, in their latest marketing campaign, just released a video starring (surprise surprise) Kate Upton herself. And you know what? It’s not that bad, entertaining even. “You Got What I Eat” is a direct spoof of Biz Markie’s classic hit “Just a Friend.” The spoof plays up the battle between Hot Pocket’s “meat” and crust” in a cheesy 90s-esque music video. Also starring Snoop Lion Snoop Dogg, the clip features cameos from Larry King, Bow Wow, Oliver Cooper, YouTube sensation Kevin “KevJumba” Wu and features the voice of none other than the Clown Prince of Hip-Hop Biz Markie himself.

Overall, it’s a hilarious mash up of characters, flying sheep, rainbows, and  gratuitous shots of food porn.

So what do you guys think? Does it measure up to Biz Markie’s original song and video?

As for me? I know it’s already gonna be stuck in my head all day.