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Weird New Cereal Sets Tone For First Weekend At Divorced Dad’s

APPLETON, WI—Saying that the unfamiliar brand was different from what he was used to, local preteen Nicholas Fischer told reporters Monday that eating a strange new breakfast cereal had really set the tone for the first weekend at his recently divorced father’s apartment. “The Raisin Bran Crunch wasn’t bad, but it’s just not what I normally have,” said Fischer, 12, adding that the presence of whole milk instead of 2 percent milk was another indication of how unusual the next 48 hours would be. “Dad has a different cable package now too, so all the channels were weird. And he had a bar of Irish Spring instead of the liquid stuff we have at home. I mean, it’s okay. It’s just that everything’s a little bit off.” At press time, Fischer was back at his father’s apartment and looking for a dishwasher out of habit.

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