Lucky Charms Sifter Gets Rid of All of that Unnecessary Cereal

Since 1964, General Mills has sold Lucky Charms cereal, padding the weight with toasted oat bits. Why? No idea. All they do is get in the way of the marshmallows, which contain all of the good luck (toasted oats are not good luck). Thankfully, Tom Lombardi warmed up his 3d printer and came up with this sieve to solve that problem.

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What's the fun in that?
When I was younger, my mom told me that when I finished breakfast, I'd have to go to the grocery store with her.
So, I took my sweet time about not only separating the cereal bits from the marshmallows, but sorting the marshmallows by shape. Without milk, they kind of squeak when you bite them.
Laking a sense of creativity, humor, and organization, mom never bought another box of Lucky Charms again...
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