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    Pixy Stick and Sweet Tarts...Nice sugar hi

    [Edited by James 3528 on 01-23-2005 at 11:33 AM]

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    Originally posted by bootlen
    A frozen Zero
    That's amazing. I just put a Zero bar in the freezer yesterday.

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    Reeses peanut butter cups and a tall glass of milk. ummmmmm.

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    chocolite bar, marathon bar (they were 20 cents and 18in long then), razzles, and that choclate, vanilla, strawberry gum with the clown on the front of the pack.







    I forgot lemonheads.
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    10 penny nails and barbed wire.

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    Seriously, though, mostly it waz Budweiser, Camels, Folgers, and Cutty Sark.

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    WOW those are all the candies the strange man down the street gave me when I was a kid, O.K. not really. Also a favorite Reeses peanut butter cups.
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    Anybody remember a candy bar called "No Jelly"? I liked those alot too.

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    Talking

    caramel cremes, milk duds
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    I liked SweeTTarts. Now it's Peppermint Patties. And a good oatmeal-raisin cookie!

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    I used to love those giant chewy sweet tarts. Another was Tangy Taffy.

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    I would say

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    Re: I would say

    Originally posted by Collin
    The Dutch girl that showed up in Grade 11.
    Where Collin first started in the service plumbing business. Repairing leaks with fingers in .....


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