The Last Of Us Star Bella Ramsey Eats Cereal With Orange Juice

The world hadn't gotten to us when we saw "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" cop Jake Peralta soak his cereal in orange soda. It was just one of his weird on-screen quirks that made us chuckle. Little did we know that there are actual human beings in this world who truly enjoy cereal with things that are not milk. "The Last of Us" star Bella Ramsey is one of them. Her choice of liquid? Orange juice.

The Hollywood Reporter caught up with Ramsey and her co-star, Pedro Pascal, to ask them some fun questions about the last time they did things. When asked what the last meal she proudly ate was, Ramsey, revealed it was cornflakes and bran with dried strawberries and orange juice. It all began when the actor ran out of milk one fateful day. "There once wasn't milk that I could drink, there wasn't oat milk or almond milk, so I just tried orange juice years ago," she explained. "And I loved it. It's been a thing ever since."

Pascal inquired if her tummy agreed with the unusual combination and was relieved to know it was "fine." Who would've thunk it?

A number of people enjoy cereal with orange juice

On May 4, 2022, Tropicana released its limited-edition Tropicana Crunch Honey Almond Cereal. The cereal was specifically designed to be eaten with orange juice. As gimmicky and outrageous as it was, the product was a result of a consumer survey involving millions of people. According to Yahoo!, around 15 million Americans were willing to try it or found the combination tasty.

People seem to enjoy it, sure; but it's still a minority. After Ramsey shared her unusual breakfast preference, the internet had a mixed reaction. "I read you like cornflakes with orange juice. Have you tried Fruit Loops with orange juice? It's a great combo and my 'go to' as a kid," one user tweeted. "bella ramsey ily, BUT WHY ARE U EATING CORNFLAKES WITH ORANGE JUICE," another user asked.

When it comes to food, it all comes down to personal taste; and, if Ramsey wants her cereals to be soaked in orange juice, so be it. At least it's not as bad as TikTok's "Horrible Soup." However, orange juice might not always be the best match for your cereal no matter how pleasing your taste buds may find it because. As Vice points out, it's simply too acidic and will likely make your cereal soggy in no time.