Probably, but at real-world breakfast tables, there's a time factor that is being taken into consideration. I think we call them soggy or mushy if they get that way in milk even before you can finish a bowl of them/it.From:http://oxforddictionaries.com/definition/mushy?region=us
In that case, all cereals go mushy, don't they?
Oh! So it's a property of the cereal.I think we call them soggy or mushy if they get that way in milk even before you can finish a bowl of them/it.
I would use soggy ... but I would also have a serious word with Mom as to why she was putting milk on my cereal before I was at the table.Oh! So it's a property of the cereal.
I was looking for the word to fit this context: "Jimmy, breakfast is waiting for you. Come here before your cereal gets _____".
Hi Logan,I was wondering if there is a word to name the state of a cereal that has been too much time in milk.