Leave it to Jamie Oliver to insult someone using breakfast food. In response to her comments about food and obesity as of late, the Food Revolution leader called Sarah Palin a "Froot Loop."
If you haven't been following the food fight ... Michelle Obama has been trying to revamp our nation's school lunch programs and get children to eat healthier. Palin thinks the government should stay out of it, and parents should help their children make healthy choices. Oliver is strongly in Obama's camp.
"Clearly on this issue, she is a Froot Loop," Oliver said of Palin at the South Beach Wine & Food Festival on Saturday, according to RadarOnline.com.
Depending on your politics, you may or may not find his description of her spot on, but I think we can all agree that cereal does provide some pretty good fodder for insulting people ... and more than a few varieties come to mind for Mr. Oliver as well.
Cereal slams aren't used nearly enough, so here are a few to consider to inspire your insults. Sarah Palin, if you're reading, feel free to use any of them in your retort.
Corn Flake -- Your general variety whack-a-doo.
Frosted Flake -- A ditsy, well-coiffed whack-a-doo who likely sports lots of makeup, plastic surgery, and bling, but doesn't speak in coherent sentences.
Granola -- A hippy-dippy Birkenstock-wearing liberal who may or may not wear deodorant. (Note: Some may take this as a compliment.)
Blueberry Muffin Tops (made by Malt-O-Meal) -- A little bit kinder way of calling someone out for a mushy middle.
Cap'n Crunch -- For the guy who's smelling funky and looking crunchy ... and needs a shower pronto.
Cinnamon Mini Buns -- A nice way to tell someone they could use a little more junk in the trunk.
Cocoa Puffs -- Obviously, for someone who's koo koo.
Frankenberries -- For the dude who is freaking you out.
Puffed Wheat -- A slam for someone who's packing on extra pounds or puffed up with self importance.
Any great cereal insults to add to the list?
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