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Nostalgic candy from my youth
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Post: #92
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my teeth are traumatized just for seeing all that sugar Hiding
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Post: #93
RE: Nostalgic candy from my youth
LoP Guest  Wrote: (01-14-2018 06:31 AM)
Sen Sen . Anyone remember that one? I was in Tennessee in about 1971 when we bought that. Or was it Cen Cen?

Sen Sen was actually sold as a breath freshener. I really liked the taste of those but they seemed to disappear around the time that Tic Tac crap showed up.
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Post: #94
RE: Nostalgic candy from my youth
Shock Tarts used to be my very favorite, but I didn't eat candy for about 10 years and now I can't find them anywhere. Dafuq is that about? I'm gonna have to Google it and see if it's still a thing. Some places still have Warheads though. The only problem with those is they have to double or triple the sour stuff they put on them.

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This was some really good gum.
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Post: #96
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Papa Frank  Wrote: (01-28-2018 07:17 AM)
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This was some really good gum.

I liked this gum as well

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Post: #97
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Cavity inducing deliciousness

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Wonder if its still being sold

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My favorite candy of all time (raspberry).
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Post: #99
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Certs breath mints..

High School, 1979...

My hottie girlfriend use to tongue these damn thing down my throat when I least expected it.

Although I never liked them much, they were always better when she fed them to me..
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RE: Nostalgic candy from my youth
LopDude  Wrote: (01-28-2018 07:18 AM)
Papa Frank  Wrote: (01-28-2018 07:17 AM)
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This was some really good gum.

I liked this gum as well

I had the urge to have some earlier today.

I doubt they make it anymore.

Agumball
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Post: #101
RE: Nostalgic candy from my youth
LoP Guest  Wrote: (01-14-2018 11:31 PM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (01-14-2018 10:00 PM)
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.




No, we are not old, it's just that there are many more younger people in the world today than use to be...
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Post: #102
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Blowpops, sugar daddies and bottlecaps (root beer flavored) and bubblegum cigars. This site
https://www.oldtimecandy.com/candy-by-de...970s-candy

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