Found September 21, 2012 on Sportress of Blogitude:
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Joining the pantheon of professional athletes who have had their own brand of regional cold breakfast cereal is one New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski. Named, fittingly, “Gronk Flakes,” it appears the cereal is a Frosted Flakes knockoff, since, you know, the cereal consists of Frosted Corn Flakes, hence the reference to Tony the [...]
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