The Revenge of General Mills

It’s Payback Time

Agent Todd has been dodging the authorities for weeks. Apparantly, General Mills excecutives tracked down the IE web site and have been working to punish agents Todd and Lovejoy for their “New Cheerios” scam earlier this year. Todd and Lovejoy have both been screening calls and making all purchases with cash to stay free of the clutches of the coporation. They knew they could only hide for so long. On November 1, Agent Todd was called by his temp agency and asked to work at the New York Stock Exchange for a ‘promotional’ event for General Mills. He should have known better. Rather than working a promotional event, he was treated to a public humiliation. The General Mills big wigs, who had just taken over the Pillsbury corporation– another step in their quest for world domination, were too cowardly to face the IE agent themselves. Instead, they did the cruelest thing possible, they sent the CHARACTERS to seek justice. The photos speak for themselves.

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Lucky puts Todd in the “Magically Delicious Death Grip”

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Silly rabbit, don’t mess with Improv Everywhere!

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Todd fights the Honey Nut Bee.

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The Dough Boy brings Todd to justice.

At this point, Agent Todd is listed in ‘stable’ condition. This will not be the last battle in the war between General Mills and Improv Everywhere. Mission will soon be accomplished, trust us.

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10 thoughts on “The Revenge of General Mills

  1. I feel ya man. The Reeses Cup and Hershey’s Kiss from Hershey Park were mean. (Actually not a joke, they were mean!)

  2. That was kinda cool of General Mills. Most big suits would have been real douches.

  3. Wow, this reminds me of when I was a kid. We went to Easter brunch with about 20 family members and the restaurant screwed up everything royally. As I recall they tried to charge us $500 over what there stated price was and various things. So my dad and a few other guys were complaining to the manager and I noticed the Easter Bunny taking a break, in costume, out in the foyer. When he saw me, a kit of about 10 looking at him, he flipped me the bird. Of course with the mittens on he couldn’t give me the finger, but he did the two arm version, whatever that is called. I started laughing so hard I cried. It was great, everyone though I was just crying and couldn’t understand why I kept saying I was fine. Good times.

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