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December 20, 2020 / Posted by:

The Cheerios Grandma!

In 1999, Cheerios put out a holiday ad starring a sweet ole’ grandma and the grandchild she gives a geography lesson to using Cheerios. If babies cared about germs, that grandchild may have been ewww-ing on the inside over her memaw touching all her Cheerios. Well, 21 years later, and the grandma and grandbaby have reunited to once again manipulate your emotions and get you to buy Cheerios.

The original ad called “Baby’s First Christmas” shows a grandma showing her grandbaby where all their relatives live using the kid’s Cheerios. The whole message of the commercial, besides BUY FUCKING CHEERIOS, was about being together for the holidays:

That commercial tugged at the heartstrings of TikToker, Cory Spruiell, who watched the commercial as a kid and called on General Mills to do a sequel. So General Mills did just that and got the grandma, played by actress Peggy Miley, and the baby, played by Delfina Booth (that’s a hot name) who is now a 21-year-old student at Georgia Tech, to star in a quarantine time follow-up. Yahoo! News says that Peggy filmed her part in Los Angeles and Delfina did hers in Georgia. The sequel shows the grown-up baby getting a box of Cheerios from her granny on Christmas. Delfina Zooms her grandma and strangely enough, the first words out of her mouth aren’t, “Where’s my card with a $5 bill in it? The fuck kind of grandma are you?!”  After they wish each other a Merry Christmas, granny lets the grown-up baby know that wherever they are for Christmas, they’ll always be together.

Peggys tells Yahoo! News that even though she’s been in shows like Stranger Things and Modern Family, she gets recognized as the Cheerios Grandma because that commercial touched the souls of many:

While she’s not a grandmother in real life, the veteran actress says playing one for the Cheerios ad had a meaningful impact.

“People will still on occasion pass me and go, ‘Oh, you’re the Cheerios grandma!’” she says, recalling once being stopped by a college student who admitted buying a plane ticket to go home and see her own grandmother after seeing the 1999 commercial.

“It moved me so much,” she says. “We think of things as selling a product, but this was telling a whole concept about our traditions. That touched me a great deal. It’s my favorite commercial, and I’ve done a lot.”

What I got from the sequel to Peggy’s Cheerios commercial is that she hasn’t aged at all in 21 years! Now THAT’S the real story. Now if you’ll excuse me, I have to run off to buy the anti-aging treatment known as Cheerios and crush them down before smearing them all over my face like a mask.

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