These little parcelled up shots of intense fruitiness continued lovingly to caress my inner get up and go. I was flittering and fluttering any which way I was needed to go, I was constantly getting things, doing things, collecting things, until the last afternoon on the Shredded Wheat Orchard Fruits, almost as if my body new they would not be topped up any more I started to crash, my enthusiasm was lacking and on the last day I had to go to Asda to pick up some Soda Stream syrups because a) they were an amazing deal, and b) because I really am that cool. When I went through the checkout a seemingly very happy man was scanning my items, then in a sad tone said “Are you going to the Air Show next weekend?” to which I said no and explained that the traffic alone is reason not to bother going let alone sitting for hours staring at the sky, just think of the neck issues. He then went on t explain that Asda will in no way let him have the time off, he was clearly upset. After I had finished at the checkout I had to check if the newest edition of the Peppa Pig Magazine had been released (this is what’s happened to my life) and I wasn’t far away from the checkout I had used, it was so sad in the end, the guy working at the checkout told every person he served the same news about Asda not giving him the time off, he was gutted so please Asda if you are reading give him the day off! A happy worker is a more productive worker, currently you have a bitter worker! His sadness seemed to encouraged my laziness and sadly the last night of these was hardly get up and go, more got up and gone.
Here are the vital statistics for Shredded Wheat Orchard Wheats
Cereal Cost: £2.69
Real Servings per Box: 5
Cost per Serving: 53.8p
Pros – An enthusiastic look at life is the the reward for eating these.
Cons – Not particularly cheap.