|Ensirio the Longstrider|
I like Grapenuts. Heat them in the microwave with milk and butter and it's a good, filling warm breakfast for a cold morning.
I would take Coco Pebbles and pour chocolate milk on them. Then I'd be humming like a generator for the next couple of hours.
Warm Grapenuts with milk and your sweetener of choice are awesome.
When I was little, my mom resisted getting Cocoa Pebbles, so I would take Rice Krispies and pour chocolate milk on them to recreate the experience.
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I loved The Herculoids.
I wanted to have a goopy glowy shape shifty Gleep and Gloop of my very own.Blayde MacRonan wrote:And yeah, jemstone, I remember Galtar... that golden lance of his was pretty cool....
Man, he could teleport with that thing. He could make energy bridges. As super weapons on saturday morning cartoons go, what he could do (and couldn't do) was actually really consistent. Unlike, say, the D&D cartoon, where abilities the magic weapons had in one episode never showed up again and were replaced by others the very next week... ;)
It's funny how the Wiki entry for Herculoids mentions that Zandor's reasons for wanting to keep Amzot free from technology was never really articulated, when to me as a kid it was always abundantly clear that he was trying to keep the planet in its natural state because none of the other planets in the Galaxy were, any more. The technologist villains of Herculoids were spiritually the same as the Techno-Wizards of Thundarr The Barbarian - they wanted tech and power above all else, and would destroy the natural world to get it. Amzot was the last natural world. As a kid that was perfectly clear to me.
Zamdor was no technological slouch either, if he had to, he could operate ray cannons and fly a captured spacecraft. If I remember correctly he actually seized a ship in one episode and it was used in a later one, when Zamdor had to chase some baddies offplanet.