(1) The trademarked slogan for the General Mills breakfast cereal "Wheaties", a product that has been marketed since 1924.
(2) The title of Kurt Vonnegut's 1973 novel "Breakfast of Champions, or Goodbye Blue Monday".
(3) A ironically humorous expression that is used to indicate a food or beverage that isn't very good for you.
EXAMPLE of senses (1) and (2) :
' The expression "Breakfast of Champions" is a registered trademark of General Mills, Inc., for use on a breakfast cereal product. The use of the identical expression as the title for this book is not intended to indicate an association with or sponsorship by General Mills, nor is it intended to disparage their fine products.'
-- Kurt Vonnegut, being ironical on page 1 of the Preface to his 1973 novel "Breakfast of Champions", a tongue-in-cheek admonition he repeats verbatim in Chapter 18 (on page 195).
EXAMPLE of sense (3):
' I now had Bonnie MacMahon, bring more yeast excrement to . . . Karabekian. Karabekian's drink was a Beefeater's dry martini with a twist of lemon peel, so Bonnie said to him, "Breakfast of Champions."
' "That's what you said when you brought me my first martini," said Karabekian.
' "I say that every time I give anybody a martini," said Bonnie.
' Doesn't that get tiresome?" said Karabekian. "Or maybe that's why people found cities in Godforsaken places like this -- so that they can make the same jokes over and over again, until the Bright Angel of Death stops their mouths with ashes."
' "I just try to cheer people up," said Bonnie. "If that's a crime, I never heard about it till now. I'll stop saying it from now on. I beg your pardon. I did not mean to give offense." '
-- From Kurt Vonnegut's 1973 novel "Breakfast of Champions", Chapter 19 (pages 208 - 211).
Coffee and a cigarette
Start your day the healthy way - with the breakfast of champions!
A breakfast that your mom probobly wouldn't serve you. The average BoC (Breakfast of Champions) consists of things that do not require cooking and are consequently very popular with single men. Most BoCs are made up of any combination of the following:
Alcohol (often cheap beer)
tobacco (ussually cigarettes)
pop tarts (not toasted)
cereal-minus the milk (unless the milk is chunky)
caffine (usually coffee, Mt Dew or cola)
Some of the better BoCs may also include oral sex from (and sometimes given to)a girlfriend or one night stand.
Note: Some BoCs are cooked, but not by man enjoying the meal. The most common sources of the cooked BoC are resturaunts like the Waffle House, IHOP, Denny's and the local diner type establishment. These must include pancakes, hash browns, ketchup, biscuits and gravy, ketchup, hot sauce and/or lots of butter and grease.
My Breakfast of Champions began with a Mt Dew. Then I went to Jungle Jim's Cafe for a cooked BoC. I got a 6 biscuit order of biscuits and gravy, some hash browns, a bottle of ketchup, a shortstack of pancakes, a half pound of butter and enough Frank's Redhot to down a horse.
I had the cooked BoC because the morning before, I just had cold poptarts and some old milk.
the perfect hangover breakfast based on junk food and other crap you can possibly find in a college student's kitchen cabinet...
A good example of breakfast of cahmpions would be:
sausage McMuffin + a can of diet coke + leftover pepperoni pizza + a bowl of frosted cereals + Maalox plus tablets
"Fuck dude, that's what I call the breakfast of champions!!"
Excellent book by Kurt Vonnegut
Nutritious way to start your day.
Yeah, Breakfast of Champions sure is an excellent book by Kurt Vonnegut
Cunnilingus performed in the morning. (So named for the similarity between the labia majora and two strips of bacon.)
I'll have you know, Bertrand, that this morning I partook of the breakfast of champions.
Black coffee and a cigarette as your first and only meal before noon.
The Breakfast of Champions is staining my teeth
Commonly known as 'goin down on' your girlfriend the morning after a previous night of rampant sex
"i had a 'breakfast-of-champions' this morning, my my, it didnt go down too well"