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Golden Palace: Home of the King of Flakes
After 45 bids, and a closing offer of $156, Golden Palace Online Casino became the owner of a unique, if not absurd piece of history: the ORIGINAL giant, monster flake.
What makes this flake so special, aside from its monetary value, is its size. John White, a 29-year-old Frosted Flake connoisseur with more than two decades of cereal eating experience behind him, discovered the flake and declared that it is biggest flake he had ever seen. We are talking TEXAS size here: a Kellogg's Frosted Flake measuring 3 inches by 2 inches - truly the King of flakes, to say the least.
'It's just seemed a shame to eat it,' White explained before setting up the eBay auction that would land this unique item in the hands of the online casino. The goal of the auction was to generate money to benefit his 10-month old son's future schooling and UNICEF or failing that, enough to buy another box of cereal.
Whether the King is a flake or not, a new home awaits the arrival. Golden Palace has only one thing to say about its latest acquisition: Its Grrrrreat!
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On August 23rd, 2005 at 9:28 PM Curious said:
I once ate a Frosted Flake where the frosting was on the front of the flake instead of the back. I searched through the rest of the box, but all the other flakes had the frosting on the back. Let me know if I should let you know, should I find another front-frosted Frosted Flake.
On August 29th, 2005 at 9:36 AM Crystal said:
I go to St. Petersburg College and i'm doing a informative speech about frosted flakes..i need information about it.
On August 31st, 2005 at 9:42 PM Automated Frosted Flakes Assistant said:
Good Evening, Crystal;
This can be a very complicated and controversial subject and your request was phrased rather vaguely. For starters, here is Lesson 1:
1. fill a bowl, any bowl, two-thirds full with Frosted Flakes.
2. add any desired toppings (eg. honey, strawberries, bananas).
3. add the milk of your choice (1%, 2%, skim, etc.) until the
bowl is nearly full (but not so much milk that the flakes
start dropping out onto the table).
4. get a spoon, any sized spoon, and eat immediately for
maximum crunchiness, or let flakes soak for a while if you
desire a less crunchy cereal.
This concludes Lesson 1. If the above is not the information you were seeking, please be more specific about your informational requirements and we will make every effort to provide further assistance that is more precise to your individual needs regarding Frosted Flakes. Remember that your Automated Frosted Flakes Assistant is here to help!
On October 31st, 2005 at 8:47 PM Flakes expert said:
I hate to tell you this, GP, but you've bought the wrong flake! The one you bought is NOT a giant Frosted Flake! The four flakes in this picture that you DIDN'T buy are pigmy Frosted Flakes...you've been scammed - sorry!
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