Lucky Charms

Lucky Charms
Lucky Charms – White Mountain – 100 pieces

So now we’ve come to the end of the set of cereal mini puzzles, and the last of them is my favorite of the six cereals – Lucky Charms. For a sugar-hungry kid like I was, how could the cereal with dehydrated squeaky marshmallows not be my favorite?

I’m sad that this multipack set is over. Having some 100 piece puzzles around to assemble in between larger ones was nice, and now the smallest puzzles I have are 300 pieces. Not that they aren’t entertaining, because they most definitely are; but the 100 piece mini puzzles are great for when you only have a few minutes to puzzle and don’t want to sort and start something larger.

Lucky Charms have been around longer than I have, and I still remember the commercials from long ago. The marshmallows have changed over the years, but I still remember the roster as Lucky the Leprechaun used to say in the commercials, “Pink hearts, yellow moons, orange stars, green clovers – and new blue diamonds!”🎶Frosted Lucky Charms, they’re magically delicious!🎶

My mom always said that I was never really interested in tv shows when I was young, but as soon as the commercial break started I would stop what I was doing and run into the room to watch every single commercial. Then apparently when we went grocery shopping I would walk down the aisles next to her cart and perform the commercials for the products on the shelves. That must be why, almost 50 years later, I can remember the order of the marshmallows.

I was a weird little kid. 🤪

6 thoughts on “Lucky Charms

  1. Penny Weiss

    I love lucky charms too. Of course it was only as an adult I even got to try them as my mom would never let me have any sugary cereals.

    Cole just saod this week he wanted to try it as he loves marshmallows and thinks they would be good. LOL. Uhhh…yeah!

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  2. Marshmallows in cereal, such decadence 🙂 Cereals in Finland were definitely much more boring when I was a child. I was also reminded of how my brother used to perform really funny parodies of commercials.

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