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    I like both, but I eat weetabix more often, so WEETABIX!


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    Weetabix Not a fan of sugar puffs I have to say :s
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    Sugar Puffs, as I've never tried conventional Weetabix and Sugar Puffs deserve some credit for that classic Honey Monster advert with Newcastle United and Kevin Keegan.
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    Weetabix!
    I've never had sugar puffs, I've always been put off because I thought they looked horrible

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    Sugar Puffs are little puffs of wheat dressed in little honey jackets. That's what the 1990s adverts said, anyway.
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    Weetabix. Love these bad boys.
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    Weetabix. I've never liked Sugar Puffs.
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    Weetabix because they're so versatile!
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    HEAT WINNER IS WEETABIX WEETABIX... WEETABIX!



    Sugar Puffs didn't stand a chance against the UK's favourite "healthier" cereal option, really. "Don't tell 'em about the Honey, Mummy!" - that's what the Sugar Monster said. Yeah, because sugary sweet syrup is gonna put kids off, right?! Well, she didn't. But TSR STILL didn't go for it!
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    NEW HEAT:

    KELLOGGS START versus SCOTT'S PORAGE OATS!






    One of the crunchiest, sweetest cereals of all time meets one of the UK's oldest, highest-purchased cereals of all time! Start was the original "Athlete Cereal", before Bran Flakes nicked that mantle; crunchy no matter HOW much milk you put in, and enough sugar to see you through a marathon. But Scott's Porage Oats predates even Kelloggs Cornflakes, being produced in Fife to the Scott's Porage Oats name back in the 1800s!

    One gives you a blast of ultra-high instant energy, but the other offers slow-release energy a Highlander needs! But which one wins? The Sugar Hit, or the Oaty Kilt?
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    They are both vile D: Vote them both out <_<
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    Whatttt? No, I like them both! I used to ALWAYS have those Oats, I'm talking like every single day for 3 years..on the hob, with salt - old school way. Then I found quaker oat sachets and never looked back. But I still remember how much I loved the Scott's. But Start is nice too, I love nothing more than a good crunch when having my cereal. And crunch PLUS sweet, double whammy. I probably do prefer Scott's but because I have a porridge that's more used by me, I have to vote Start.
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    I've only had Start once and it tasted REALLY salty and not nice. Scott's gets my vote.
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    Oooomg Scott's.


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    I haven't tried Scott's, but I like Start. It's Start that I'll vote for, then.
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    Start. Oats can be found in many varieties!
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    Start all the way, baby!
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    Dislike porridge, so start (even though ive never had it)
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    I don't know if this has been mentioned but Aldi's Chocolate Crunch is one of my favourites. I used to buy the M&S equivalent but this is less than half of the price!
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    Also, on the issue of cereal, where has Kellogs Hot Oat Krumble disappeared?
 
 
 
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