Kellogg's New 'Blue Waffles' Have Left Customers In Hysterics
Kellogg's New 'Blue Waffles' Have Left Customers In Hysterics
Kellogg's New 'Blue Waffles' Have Left Customers In Hysterics
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Kellogg's New 'Blue Waffles' Have Left Customers In Hysterics

What started off as an innocent children's breakfast treat has taken the internet by storm. Kellogg's new introduction of Unicorn and Mermaid Waffles has brought the 'blue waffle' nightmare to life.

Growing up there are a number of NSFW things our curious minds have entered into Google's search bar leaving us completely disgusted. Of course, the first thing we did after that was tell all of our friends to do the same thing.

One of those things was the 'blue waffle' which was a very fake but still highly disturbing image of a woman's diseased special area. If you have yet to see it, count yourself as one of the lucky few.

Victims of the cruel prank have suffered from PTSD for years and whenever you hear those two words being uttered its the first image that comes to your mind.

So, it is then completely baffling that any food company would actually want to create a 'blue waffle'. But, that's exactly what Kellogg's have just done. The food giant has recently released some breakfast waffles that were clearly aimed towards children. One of the two, the pink Unicorn Waffles are completely harmless but it's the Marmaid Waffles that are the problem.

Nobody wants to hear their daughter yell across the supermarket 'mommy I want blue waffles!'.

News of the product hit Twitter and commenters have been dying to know who came up with the idea for the product and why on earth did they not do their research.

While many were rearing with laughter about the whole ordeal others commented that they didn't get the meme, only to be told to Google it. But we cannot stress this enough. Don't.

Just take pleasure in the fact you can sleep soundly at night thinking a blue waffle is just a blue raspberry flavoured kids treat.

By Johanna Garner

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