Breakfast at Morrisons

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Breakfast at Morrisons

by Norfolk Royal » 19 Nov 2012 19:42

Loving this from his twitter.

sean morrison‏@seanmorrison_91

Decided i'm going to go through every cereal EVER made & give an in depth analysis & ratings on each 1,quest 2 find the greatest cereal!


Can't deny the lad's a bit of a character, or as Roberts put it, he's got too much time on his hands. Either way, it will be interesting to follow the results of this innovative survey.

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Re: Breakfast at Morrisons

by biscuitman » 19 Nov 2012 20:13

I assume you haven't seen his press conference? Hilarious. The country's media asking him questions on it.

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Re: Breakfast at Morrisons

by Optimist » 19 Nov 2012 20:14

EVER made? Will be tough trying all the ones which have stopped being made.

Seriously though, this "story's" been in the programme, the paper and the website. The media has been going mental for Morrison lately, rather than just doing the generic "It's great to get a run of games under my belt" interview.

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Re: Breakfast at Morrisons

by ZacNaloen » 19 Nov 2012 20:15

ANyone got a link to this interview? The one I can see on the OS just has the standard pre-football stuff

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Re: Breakfast at Morrisons

by Simon's Church » 19 Nov 2012 20:33

There was this one in the sun, which is worth it for the amazing photoshop effort.

http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/sp ... iller.html

I suggested that he should have a best healthy cereal and a best cereal to have hot etc but he seems to have taken no notice :(


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Re: Breakfast at Morrisons

by Royal91 » 19 Nov 2012 20:37

The obvious choice and clear winner is Froot Loops!

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Re: Breakfast at Morrisons

by Simon's Church » 19 Nov 2012 20:44

Royal91 The obvious choice and clear winner is Froot Loops!

:|

May as well eat a bowl of sugar.

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Re: Breakfast at Morrisons

by _royal » 19 Nov 2012 21:33

Can't go wrong with Crunchy Nut tbh

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Re: Breakfast at Morrisons

by grey_squirrel » 19 Nov 2012 21:37

I get the feeling this boy is going to turn out (is already :shock: ) to be our Tony Adams.

Having read Adams' autobio I am surprised he even made it on the pitch, let alone captained and played a blinder in most games.

I'm not sure what Morrison has with his frosties, but I bet it isn't milk!

Disclaimer: Not saying he is a p:ss head.


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Re: Breakfast at Morrisons

by akranes » 19 Nov 2012 21:50

This guy. Will guide humanity to safety. In it's hour of need.

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Re: Breakfast at Morrisons

by Ups and Downs » 19 Nov 2012 21:55

Is he just going for British cereals? Or does "ever made" mean every one currently on the market in every country? Which would be a ridiculous amount and would take forever. No, I've lost interest already.

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Re: Breakfast at Morrisons

by harryroyal » 19 Nov 2012 22:07

Ups and Downs Is he just going for British cereals? Or does "ever made" mean every one currently on the market in every country? Which would be a ridiculous amount and would take forever. No, I've lost interest already.

he's definitely mentioned american ones and he's including porridge.

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Re: Breakfast at Morrisons

by Compo's Hat » 19 Nov 2012 22:58

Do RFC footballers actually do anything interesting in their lives? Twitter doesn't seem to suggest so.


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Re: Breakfast at Morrisons

by Ian Royal » 19 Nov 2012 23:17

Compo's Hat Do RFC footballers actually do anything interesting in their lives? Twitter doesn't seem to suggest so.

Does anyone?

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Re: Breakfast at Morrisons

by Royal Ginger » 20 Nov 2012 00:39

Compo's Hat Do RFC footballers actually do anything interesting in their lives? Twitter doesn't seem to suggest so.


He has a job and he's attempting to entertain the masses. More than that he has a private life that probably involves a lot more disposable income than your average man. In short I doubt that his life is any less interesting then the majority

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Re: Breakfast at Morrisons

by ayjaydee » 20 Nov 2012 08:58

And there was me thinking this was about a new hot venue for the post hangover full English

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Re: Breakfast at Morrisons

by Barry the bird boggler » 20 Nov 2012 10:08



Think I'll wait for the next episode.

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Re: Breakfast at Morrisons

by melonhead » 20 Nov 2012 10:39

akranes This guy. Will guide humanity to safety. In it's hour of need.



:lol: agreed

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Re: Breakfast at Morrisons

by maffff » 20 Nov 2012 10:52

Now we just need our overseas fans to start posting foreign cereals to Mr Morrison courtesy of the club

If he moves onto hot food too I suggest he avoids, breakfast at the London Marriott, especially anything resembling lasagne.

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Re: Breakfast at Morrisons

by Compo's Hat » 21 Nov 2012 01:02

Royal Ginger
Compo's Hat Do RFC footballers actually do anything interesting in their lives? Twitter doesn't seem to suggest so.


He has a job and he's attempting to entertain the masses. More than that he has a private life that probably involves a lot more disposable income than your average man. In short I doubt that his life is any less interesting then the majority


I look forward to your views on dreadful reality tv and stupid buzz words that aren't cool shortly.

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