Somehow Kylie Jenner Just Tried Milk With Her Cereal For the Very First Time: "Life Changing" (UPDATED)

The beauty mogul live tweeted the mind-blowing experience. 

UPDATE (SEPTEMBER 21, 11:52 A.M. ET): Kylie Jenner’s discovery that cereal and milk make a great combo was, as she put it, “life changing” news this week. So much so, in fact, that a California dairy farmer marked the historic moment by naming his baby cow after her. Kylie the calf was born Wednesday at Jones Farms in Stevinson, California, according to TMZ. Welcome baby girl! No word yet on whether she will grow up to become a billionaire.

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The Kardashian/Jenner clan makes surprising — er, "surprising" — food discoveries nearly every day. Just after Kim Kardashian West realized that pickles are, in fact, made of cucumbers, her little sis Kylie Jenner has discovered the pleasures of the under-the-radar combo of cereal with milk. 

In a series of tweets on September 18, the almost-billionaire shared this news with her followers: "Last night I had cereal with milk for the first time. Life changing." Needless to say, her fans had questions — but they're not the type of questions you might expect, like: WHAT!? 

In the posts that ensued, Kylie answered queries such as what kind of cereal she had (Cinnamon Toast Crunch) and what kind of milk (regular, but she may try almond milk next time.) She did share a bit of the backstory here, which is that she's always preferred her cereal dry.

So, there's a simple explanation, but the whole thing is still pretty amazing. It's like the new Tom Brady has never tried a strawberry, and we're obsessed. 

Keep scrolling to enjoy the cereal-related tweets for yourself. 

Cereal first, guys.

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