Creamy, crunchy, deliciously sweet baby cereal and my milk was nectar and ragweed. I would eat these things day and night – even if there were no toys that would sometimes wait inside. The other day I got my sugar bomb candy bomb and a chance for a new delightful toy? These were the best.
Unfortunately, Google's marketing team failed to capture this nostalgia in a new Pixel 4 show – because the photo you see above (and its related video) is a terrible, horrible lie.
Can you imagine the expectation of cracking a cereal box, wondering if there was a free $ 800 + smartphone inside? That an explosion of alkaline-processed cocoa and decomposed corn could be accompanied by a Google flagship handset that goes down in your bowl?
But imagine if Google had done it right and surprised him completely. Your phone is rated IP68, Google! It must be able to cope with crushed corn dust and spraying milk. Yes, it might be too heavy for a box of cereals and give away its presence – but I would definitely send in the mail in quite a few boxes for a chance on the phone with a built-in radar . I would definitely win a propeller if you know what I mean.