A funny thing happened when Barack Obama visited Battle Creek, Michigan. According to ABC News, he was greeted with a specially-marked box of Kellogg's Frosted Flakes.
They were presented to him by 46-year-old Mark Schauer, a Democratic state Senator who says that Kelloggs -- headquartered in Battle Creek -- had created the box for the candidate.
He told the crowd that "Barack Obama and Joe Biden's visit here today is the start of something big" -- and later waved the cereal box over his head.
On the package Tony the Tiger appears below a picture of Barack Obama and Joe Biden, offering his signature phrase.