Okay, CNN’s John Berman: Let’s talk about that military scandal that’s been rocking the nation.
YES! That one.
As an employee in the Red Cross Service to the Armed Forces department, I was scandalized to learn that our morning cereal hero has been lying to us for decades. Don’t let the gaping smile and floating eyebrows fool you; this is the face of liar:
The worst part about it is that the truth has been staring us in the face since 1963, and we’ve been too distracted by intoxicating sugary bliss to notice, which was probably his plan all along. Look closely at his sleeve:
Aside from his salute being totally wrong (here’s a great how-to salute video), his sleeves have three stripes each. What’s the problem with that, Chief Naval Operations Admiral Jonathan Greenert?
Thanks for clearing that up, Sir! (Yes, you should call any officer in the Armed Forces “Sir” or “Ma’am,” so technically either way this Crunch fellow should be called “Sir,” that is, unless he is fully stripped of his officer rank for lying to the American public, which is basically treason! Is he even American? But I digress…)
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Needless to say, we have a more than 130 year history of supporting and respecting the US Military. How do you feel about “Cap’n” Crunch’s lie, Clara Barton?
What do you have to say for yourself, “Cap’n?”
Oops indeed, sir. Oops indeed. Taking to Twitter, he added:
— Cap’n Crunch (@RealCapnCrunch) June 14, 2013
I take this as an admission of falsely impersonating a military official, being that he is wearing specifically a Navy captain’s uniform. Make sure you are never fooled again by misleading cereal mascots by learning the military rank structures. I’ll now be investigating the so-called “General” Mills.
Sail away on your weirdly-colored milky seas, “Cap’n” Crunch!