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Nostalgic candy from my youth
Larrry de Seattle
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Papa Frank
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Post: #77
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Only Europeans would know this one...

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Post: #78
RE: Nostalgic candy from my youth
Some candy that are still around, snickers.. Almond joy and 100 grand bar just to name a few. At the moment its kit kat and twix. You probaley know some candy companies trying to introduce new flavors to old best selling ones like peanut butter snickers...terrible taste. I say stick to tradition, dont upset the market

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Post: #79
RE: Nostalgic candy from my youth
You can still get THRILLS gum at Dollarama.
I really miss Black Cat gum.
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Iicorice flavored gumScream1

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Post: #81
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (01-14-2018 12:26 AM)
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The licorice necco wafers are the best

I liked the brown ones. We used to get rock candy, bet none of you are old enough to remember that.

A lot of those old candies can still be bought, but I wonder what they are sweetened with. High fructose syrup is out for me. Just for nostalgia, I'd like to get some neccos, root beer barrels, and some candy coated licorice. They were a nickel back then, pricey today.





Rock candy, yes I remember. Yumm...

No flavor, just sweet.

How's about Reeds candy roll?  Cinnamon candy, round with a hole in the middle 

Cloves chewing gum?
Black Jack chewing gum?
Tea bury chewing gum?

All 1950s, 1960s stuff..

Let's not forget the Double Mint sister twins, and their incredibly sexy commercials.
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many of these candies are sold in bulk online for well over $45.00 to 100 dollars. no way. i had a huge candy wrapper collection back in 1990 when i started in 1977..but was lost in house fire.

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RE: Nostalgic candy from my youth
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I liked the brown ones. We used to get rock candy, bet none of you are old enough to remember that.

A lot of those old candies can still be bought, but I wonder what they are sweetened with. High fructose syrup is out for me. Just for nostalgia, I'd like to get some neccos, root beer barrels, and some candy coated licorice. They were a nickel back then, pricey today.

Rock candy, yes I remember. Yumm...

No flavor, just sweet.

How's about Reeds candy roll?  Cinnamon candy, round with a hole in the middle 

Cloves chewing gum?
Black Jack chewing gum?
Tea bury chewing gum?

All 1950s, 1960s stuff..

Let's not forget the Double Mint sister twins, and their incredibly sexy commercials.

Yep! That dates you, and I do remember. Ah, those were the days.
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gmorning RE: Nostalgic candy from my youth
A nickels worth ! Uptown allowance . Penny Candy Drops where I grew up . Multi color on every tear .

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RE: Nostalgic candy from my youth
Heir  Wrote: (01-14-2018 11:23 PM)
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Post: #88
RE: Nostalgic candy from my youth
we used to use Necco Wafers candy as great targets for our bb guns

shaped and size about the same as a quarter - like minature skeet - we used to line them up and when hit by a bb - they would shatter into a thousand pieces - so you know when you hit it - there were about 50 of these in a pack and we would buy a dollars worth - would keep us occupied for hours
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Derelict  Wrote: (01-14-2018 01:04 AM)
wax candy lips teeth etclink to image: https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/e...axlips.JPG

This was my favorite candy along with the orange wax harmonicas that you could blow into and play the harmonica, then chew it.

I used to buy those 2 candies during a lunch break at school, at a candy store down the street. The wax lips had a partition on the inside that you could hold between your teeth, making it look like your own big lips. I used to stop traffic walking back to school. True story.
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Post: #90
RE: Nostalgic candy from my youth
Coolchick  Wrote: (01-14-2018 05:20 AM)
Canady  Wrote: (01-14-2018 03:39 AM)
Thrills gum!
:))

you made me LOL irl just now.. Rofl

ive ALWAYS said that thrills tasted like soap lol..

i couldn't understand how ppl could chew it..

chuckle
I kinda liked the taste- but back then we'd get our mouths washed out with soap for swearing...
(I was well conditioned ;)

Blackballs and jawbreakers- cheap and lasted a looong time- the blackballs had some liquoricey tasting seed at the core.
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