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Posted by ESC on November 21, 2002

In Reply to: Trix posted by ESC on November 21, 2002

: : Can anyone help me plese with meaning of TRIX.

: : Ex:

: : A- "I think it all started when they finally let the rabbit have a bowl of Trix"

: : B- "Did they really let the bunny have some Trix?"

: : Thanks in advance

: It is a breakfast cereal. And the expression is from a commercial. The rabbit would try to get some Trix and was never successful because "Trix is for kids."

"Kids love the great taste of Trix cereal! Kids just can't resist those fruity, colorful shapes: wildberry blue, grapity purple, raspberry red, lemony yellow, orangey orange and watermelon.

The Trix rabbit can't resist those fruity, colorful shapes either, but as kids always tell the rabbit 'Silly rabbit, Trix are for Kids.'"T

Which is correct -- Trix IS for kids/Trix ARE for kids?