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  • "They are made of rice grain which is cooked, dried and toasted. These kernels bubble and rise in a manner which forms very thin walls. When the cereal is exposed to milk or juices, these walls tend to collapse suddenly, creating the famous "Snap, crackle and pop" sounds." http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rice_Krispies
  • G'day, Thank you for your question. There is definitely a sound made by the collapse of the cerael. However, there is also clever marketing by Kelloggs as shown by the fact that the noise is portrayed differently in different languages. English: "Snap! Crackle! Pop!" Finnish: "Riks! Raks! Poks!" French: "Cric! Crac! Croc!" German: "Knisper! Knasper! Knusper!" Italian: "Pif! Pof! Paf!" Swedish: "Piff! Paff! Puff!" Spanish: "Pim! Pum! Pam!" Romanian: "Kim! Kan! Kum!" Japanese: "Snappa! Crakka! Poppa!" I have attached sources for your references. Regards Wikipedia Rice Crispies http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rice_Crispies Snap Crackle Pop http://www.associatedcontent.com/article/66863/snap_crackle_poor.html
  • maybe cause its got air inside it

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