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Lunch’n Munch (1995)
Sorry your parents didn’t love you enough to buy you Lunchables!
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Lunch’n Munch (1995)

Sorry your parents didn’t love you enough to buy you Lunchables!

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Tiny Toons Fruit Snacks
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Tiny Toons Fruit Snacks

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Dipps
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Dipps

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Rocky Road Cereal
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Rocky Road Cereal

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Spice Girls Lollipops

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Flintstones Push-Ups
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Flintstones Push-Ups

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Fruit String Thing
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Video Arcade Gum
"Released in the mid-1980′s, Topps Video Arcade Gum are the earliest examples of a candy container designed to look like a piece of gaming hardware."
[Collecting Candy]

Video Arcade Gum

"Released in the mid-1980′s, Topps Video Arcade Gum are the earliest examples of a candy container designed to look like a piece of gaming hardware."

[Collecting Candy]


I ain’t fraid of no aspartame.
via theclearlydope

I ain’t fraid of no aspartame.

via theclearlydope

Fundraiser Chocolate
 
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Fundraiser Chocolate
 
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WWF Cereal

WWF Cereal

Happy food friday! 

Woodstock Pepsi
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Woodstock Pepsi

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This week saw the 30th Anniversary of the original release of E.T. The Extra Terrestrial.  But did you know that it almost wasn’t Reese’s Pieces that would be used to lure that cute alien around?
The original candy that they had planned to use were M&M’s, but according to this 1982 Time magazine clipping, M&M/Mars wouldn’t give permission for their product to be included in the film.
[Collecting Candy]

This week saw the 30th Anniversary of the original release of E.T. The Extra Terrestrial.  But did you know that it almost wasn’t Reese’s Pieces that would be used to lure that cute alien around?

The original candy that they had planned to use were M&M’s, but according to this 1982 Time magazine clipping, M&M/Mars wouldn’t give permission for their product to be included in the film.

[Collecting Candy]