Mr. Pewterschmidt: Well, an apology is out of the question, and I'm assuming "Rice Krispies" is some kind of black slang for money, so here's $10,000.
Though their hats clearly label them as Snap, Crackle, and Pop, it is widely believed to be lie. For one things, these 'elves' have acted as the mascots for the cereal for several decades, leading one to speculate as to how they seem never to age. Do they consume the souls of the leaving, or possibly have access to the infamous Kellog's Immortality Serum? We may never know.
As a cereal, Rice Krispies is rather mediocre. The density of the puffed rice can vary greatly. It seems that the larger the box, the less dense the rice - resulting in a less substantial and less enjoyable meal-time experience. The taste is also fairly bland - people often add sugar to spice things up a bit.