Has Special K always been girl-cereal?
I have always loved Special K, but in recent times it's dawned on me that it is completely marketed towards women. The front of the box is fairly gender neutral, but on the back it's all girly, weight-loss, awesome career woman, high in folate kinda stuff.
I resent that when I bought a box this morning, I felt obliged to flash the girl behind the counter a look that said 'these are for my wife. I have a box of Nutri-Grain waiting for me at the building site.'
Am I the only male who likes Special K? Was the bowl I just consumed the only bowl consumed in the country this morning with full cream milk?