Top 10 Worst Breakfast Cereal Mascots of All Time

1
Krinkles the Clown (Rice Krinkles)

I don’t usually find clowns scary, but this guy’s worse than Pennywise from Stephen King’s It In his first commercial he terrified every child and thanks to him, his cereal failed. – PrincipeAzul

2
King Vitaman (King Vitaman)

Have you ever wanted to an old scary man to follow you in a van, and instead of candy he would offer you cereal to get in? I bet 100% of you said no, so I am stunned how people actually bought King Vitamin. A creepy old man on a box with the hairy eyebrows known to man, trying to get kids to eat cereal with fiber and high on iron. This spells for a sexual disaster. In 2000, they adopted an animated mascot, but it was too late. King Vitamin is still around and can be found in your local supermarket. – PrincipeAzul

3
Bigg Mixx (Bigg Mixx)

I am not sure what Kellogg’s was smoking in 1990s, but damn they should have shared with the rest of the workclass. This may go down as one of the worst mascots in the world. The only way Bigg Mixx should ever be remembered is on a list like mine. – PrincipeAzul

4
Trix Rabbit (Trix)

I feel that any character that tries to steal from children is complete bastard. I feel that the Trix rabbit would steal cereal from a poor kid. That is an addiction that seriously needs help. I am not sure if there is a Betty Ford clinic for cereal mascots, but someone better start one. Also, what little rats the kids are for not sharing their cereal! Like those two kids are going to eat a full box of cereal in front of the Rabbit. Bunch of pigs on both sides. – PrincipeAzul

5
Dig’em Frog (Honey Smacks)

Dig Em just kind of went around high fiving kids telling them the goodness of his cereal which has changed from Sugar Smacks to Honey Smacks. And yet that is the name they change. Not of the stupid Frog that will irritate kids in commercials, or the word smacks in general. It is a sad day. Dig Em seems to have second largest obsession over his cereal breakfast. And it shows, he will admit that smacks are a complete part of a balanced breakfast. That doesn’t sound drug related at all, right? – PrincipeAzul

6
Crazy Craving (Honeycomb)

I always wondered what the Honeycomb creature really was? You can’t see the thing, but somehow it appears when you have the craving cardboard with a light honey taste? It doesn’t make a lick of sense. No one can see him, but you feel is presence. The Honeycomb creature is the cereal equivalent of Freddy Krueger. He only appears when you have horrible cravings. – PrincipeAzul

7
Buzz (Honey Nut Cheerios)

I might be the only one in the world to view Honey Nut Cheerios as the official cereal for stupid babies. I am not sure why but when I picture it, I just see a spoiled brat throwing cereal everywhere. Want to know what makes that even worse? A bee telling you to eat healthy. Why do I want to listen to a badly drawn Honey Nut Cheerios Bee? – PrincipeAzul

8
Toucan Sam (Froot Loops)

Look, if someone tells you to follow their nose, you know snorting a white powdery substance is not too far off. Toucan Sam is the mascot for Fruit Loops. I figure everyone reading this has eating a bowl of fruit loops, and I can honestly say if that bird honestly believes that it smells like fruit, he needs to see a otolaryngologist. I get that it’s colorful mascot, but the drug references are just hilarious. I feel like Toucan Sam is the used car drug addict pirate parrot of the mascot world. He promises you this wonderful fruity taste and instead you are left with ugly colored milk, and flavored bad Cheerios. – PrincipeAzul

9
Sunny (Raisin Bran)

This sun was the most boring cereal mascot on the world, and Raisin Bran cereal was garbage too. – PrincipeAzul

10
Little Mikey (Life)

Is one annoying child. Does Life Cereal actually serve a purpose besides looking like the bastard child of Chex? It’s nothing but bullcrap, but yet, the cereal company named after the amount of jail time one would have if they had to eat this every day decided they needed a human mascot. And that mascot happened to be the child equivalent of Grumpy Cat, Mikey. Apparently, Mikey hates everything. Which is really sad because this was the age of Disco and that can put a smile on anyone’s face. Well, his brother gives him the cereal, and he really enjoys it. – PrincipeAzul

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