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How about this one for Deb, ErrRoddick...lol
They said something extremely similar to this one during one of Andy's many vbisits to the Craig Kilbourne show. They were giving him a bunch of nicknames, and for one of them they just spelled his name with his initials of his first letter and his full last name, like people do when citing authors of books in bibliographies and whatnot. so when you do that you end up with "A. Roddick." now just say that out loud

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Re: Andy Roddick Breakfast Cereal?

I was thinking maybe Andy cereals should be pretty sugary and not be too healthy, that way the people in the Gm that eat Bland cereals like Fed Mix or Sampras Squares won't like it....

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I was thinking maybe Andy cereals should be pretty sugary and not be too healthy, that way the people in the Gm that eat Bland cereals like Fed Mix or Sampras Squares won't like it....


yeah, that analogy is apt. Sampras and Fed are definitely low-sugar, high fiber whole grain products.
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Re: Andy Roddick Breakfast Cereal?

Andy's cereal can have the little marshmallow duckies and the cereal part should be red and green and blue teensy trucker hats. But I think it need a lot of nuts in it too.

But the duckies are plenty of sugar. Can we have some kind of fruit in it like dates or apricots or something?

I can pick out the duckies.
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I think Federer is like good healthy oatmeal.

And Sampras......... ugh... corn flakes.
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yeah, that analogy is apt. Sampras and Fed are definitely low-sugar, high fiber whole grain products.

haha once again you are right on point with were I am...lol !!

Andre has a more sophisticated cereal, not as sugary anymore because they re-did the formula but everbody can a slam a box of Aggasi O's if they are laying around...

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It could be Shredded Pete... l)
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And Agassi could be Rolled Oats.
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Re: Andy Roddick Breakfast Cereal?

Or that most distasteful hot cereal, Cream of Pete.
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