As many of you are aware, I have a ridiculous memory. It preserves about 90% of what it experiences. This could be big things or little things or completely ambiguous background things that have occurred in my life, or maybe even yours.
That being said, I remember (verbatim) the song for Pop-Tarts Crunch. In the mid-90s there was a cereal that was little bite-sized versions of Pop-Tarts. The commercial featured a grunge-rocky looking teenager who appeared to be composing a (horrible) song about the cereal and his experience with it. I will now, from memory, transcribe it from my brain.
I thought Pop-Tarts were really cool, but if you poured them in a bowl they wouldn’t fit,
Until Kellogg’s made a cereal called, ‘Pop-Tarts Crunch!’
I love to munch…
[pause to eat some of the cereal]
They’re like Pop-Tarts only smaller and you can pour milk on them.
They’re crunchy and you can pour milk on them.
The point I’m trying to illustrate here is that this song takes up a chunk of my brain, probably where some useful knowledge could have occupied in its stead.