While checking out Amazon to order some Grape Nuts, I noticed something that brought a flood of questions to mind.
Yes, this was an item that was listed for sale among other cereals.
The flood of questions included:
- Who thought of the name?
- Do they actually sell this in stores? Gonna have to check the cereal aisle the next time I’m at a grocery store. Gotta know.
- Is there really a championship for this?
- If so, what are the requirements for becoming a contestant?
- Is there a prize?
- Who are the sponsors/endorsers of the championship?
- Are there brackets?
- Age levels, genders, or other groupings?
- Apart from the cereal, how do you train for this?
- How do you know if you are getting better from your training?
- Did the marketers who designed the packaging keep a straight face?
- What was going through their minds?
- Did they have to go through a committee to get the packaging approved?
- Only seeing the on
- What kind of pitch was made to the deciding body that this was a good idea?
- Was the pitch recorded?
- What kinds of questions did the deciders have?
So many questions.
I went back to the site to see if I could see other sides of the package to get more information. Apparently, you only need 1/2 cup, per the Nutrition Facts label.
In the About this item section, key bullet points listed include:
- This is not a mere cereal
- Poop like a champion isn’t made to taste great, it’s made to work
- Your life is about to change from the bottom up
But wait, there’s more…
Apparently, there’s a whole like of Poop Like a Champion products. Other items that Amazon listed are:
- High Fiber Gummies
- Premium Peppermint Senna Tea
The Frequently bought together section lists the cereal, the gummies, and a ‘Granola Cereal by Crapola’.
If you want to check out the cereal, here’s an affiliate link: https://amzn.to/32nHd8U