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  • rollingsrollings unknownPosts: 6,725
    pretty cool view of the Milky way from Mars :lol:

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    I don't get it
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    rollings wrote:
    pretty cool view of the Milky way from Mars :lol:

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    I don't get it
    :lol: :lol:
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  • eeriepadaveeeriepadave West Chester, PAPosts: 30,502
    rollings wrote:
    pretty cool view of the Milky way from Mars :lol:

    545942_522502481112543_1941128812_n.jpg

    I don't get it

    :fp: maybe i should have put it under the astronomy thread :?:
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  • madtowndavemadtowndave Minneapolis, MNPosts: 3,929
    I don't really like sweets, but I'm a sucker for a Butterfinger or a frozen Snickers!!
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  • Get_RightGet_Right Posts: 10,437
    ghiardellis sea salt soiree

    oh my


    but my old school favorite is frozen reese's peanut butter cups and Mr. Goodbar.
  • ShimmyMommyShimmyMommy Posts: 7,505
    pretty cool view of the Milky way from Mars :lol:

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    :lol: :lol: :clap:
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  • rollingsrollings unknownPosts: 6,725
    rollings wrote:
    pretty cool view of the Milky way from Mars :lol:

    545942_522502481112543_1941128812_n.jpg

    I don't get it

    :fp: maybe i should have put it under the astronomy thread :?:

    81 gets it.

    and the joke too
  • rollingsrollings unknownPosts: 6,725
    cinnamon jelly bellys
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  • rollingsrollings unknownPosts: 6,725
    is the chocolate delicious?
  • Mamasan23Mamasan23 Posts: 16,355
    rollings wrote:
    is the chocolate delicious?

    When is chocolate not delicious?!
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  • RKCNDYRKCNDY Seattle, WAPosts: 31,010
    Mamasan23 wrote:
    rollings wrote:
    is the chocolate delicious?

    When is chocolate not delicious?!

    cheap milk chocolate...like that palmer's shit they sell
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  • RKCNDYRKCNDY Seattle, WAPosts: 31,010
    DUTCH PJ PEOPLE!

    I NEED a few bags of this:

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    can anybody help me out? or maybe someone who lives in Pennsylvania and knows of a Dutch store? I went to a candy store in Montana and they had this there, I am so addicted now!
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  • afroannnieafroannnie Posts: 12,995
    RKCNDY wrote:
    DUTCH PJ PEOPLE!

    I NEED a few bags of this:

    images?q=tbn:ANd9GcSi__eOI9pldiz6frxt2rB9k62UG1SA1G_ZEREyRyylpGwRIs8IIA

    can anybody help me out? or maybe someone who lives in Pennsylvania and knows of a Dutch store? I went to a candy store in Montana and they had this there, I am so addicted now!

    do you think they would have it at Cracker Barrel? I could check the Amish market too...
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  • RKCNDYRKCNDY Seattle, WAPosts: 31,010
    afroannnie wrote:

    do you think they would have it at Cracker Barrel? I could check the Amish market too...

    not sure about Cracker Barrel...it's actually a brandy based liquer

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    If I got the candy, I wouldn't drink the entire bottle in one gulp. It's like egg nog, but not as rich. It has such a nice clean custard like flavor. A website says it can be used as a topping for waffles (in Europe, it has a higher liquor content and is thicker-it can be eaten with a spoon)

    Do the Amish drink booze? :?
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  • afroannnieafroannnie Posts: 12,995
    RKCNDY wrote:
    afroannnie wrote:

    do you think they would have it at Cracker Barrel? I could check the Amish market too...

    not sure about Cracker Barrel...it's actually a brandy based liquer

    Advocaat+Bols+l.jpg

    If I got the candy, I wouldn't drink the entire bottle in one gulp. It's like egg nog, but not as rich. It has such a nice clean custard like flavor. A website says it can be used as a topping for waffles (in Europe, it has a higher liquor content and is thicker-it can be eaten with a spoon)

    Do the Amish drink booze? :?

    hmmm..waffles.

    i don't think they do... :think: I can look around and see if I can find them..
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  • RKCNDYRKCNDY Seattle, WAPosts: 31,010
    afroannnie wrote:
    RKCNDY wrote:
    afroannnie wrote:

    do you think they would have it at Cracker Barrel? I could check the Amish market too...

    not sure about Cracker Barrel...it's actually a brandy based liquer

    Advocaat+Bols+l.jpg

    If I got the candy, I wouldn't drink the entire bottle in one gulp. It's like egg nog, but not as rich. It has such a nice clean custard like flavor. A website says it can be used as a topping for waffles (in Europe, it has a higher liquor content and is thicker-it can be eaten with a spoon)

    Do the Amish drink booze? :?

    hmmm..waffles.

    i don't think they do... :think: I can look around and see if I can find them..

    :D yay! that would be so awesome if you can find it!
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  • dimitrispearljamdimitrispearljam NINUNINOPROPosts: 135,945
    just had one...yammy!!!!!!!!!


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    Reviewing this thread has me craving some Swedish fish. . . .  :relaxed:
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  • dankinddankind I am not your foot. Posts: 13,416

    I SAW PEARL JAM
  • tempo_n_groovetempo_n_groove Posts: 17,962
    I've asked this before.

    In the mid 80's there was a gum that came in a sleeve.  It was spiky on the outside with sugar crystals on the inside.  

    I thought they were Zappers but that doesn't look right.

    Any ideas?  Google doesn't produce anything...
  • josevolutionjosevolution Posts: 21,054
    I make my own chocolates if anyone is interested, can only eat 1 every 5 hrs 😉
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  • mvwmvw Posts: 1,178
    edited March 15
    I've asked this before.

    In the mid 80's there was a gum that came in a sleeve.  It was spiky on the outside with sugar crystals on the inside.  

    I thought they were Zappers but that doesn't look right.

    Any ideas?  Google doesn't produce anything...
    Possibly Razzles?

    Post edited by mvw on
  • tempo_n_groovetempo_n_groove Posts: 17,962
    mvw said:
    I've asked this before.

    In the mid 80's there was a gum that came in a sleeve.  It was spiky on the outside with sugar crystals on the inside.  

    I thought they were Zappers but that doesn't look right.

    Any ideas?  Google doesn't produce anything...
    Possibly Razzles?

    I thought they were called "razzles" too but they are round like a ball.
  • dankinddankind I am not your foot. Posts: 13,416
    mvw said:
    I've asked this before.

    In the mid 80's there was a gum that came in a sleeve.  It was spiky on the outside with sugar crystals on the inside.  

    I thought they were Zappers but that doesn't look right.

    Any ideas?  Google doesn't produce anything...
    Possibly Razzles?

    I thought they were called "razzles" too but they are round like a ball.
    You're totally talking about Zappers. I'm not sure if you'll find them on the Google machine, but I would never forget those textured, chewy sugar bombs. That would be like forgetting about crunchy Reese's peanut butter cups.
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  • mvwmvw Posts: 1,178
    Maybe Seedlings...


  • tempo_n_groovetempo_n_groove Posts: 17,962
    dankind said:
    mvw said:
    I've asked this before.

    In the mid 80's there was a gum that came in a sleeve.  It was spiky on the outside with sugar crystals on the inside.  

    I thought they were Zappers but that doesn't look right.

    Any ideas?  Google doesn't produce anything...
    Possibly Razzles?

    I thought they were called "razzles" too but they are round like a ball.
    You're totally talking about Zappers. I'm not sure if you'll find them on the Google machine, but I would never forget those textured, chewy sugar bombs. That would be like forgetting about crunchy Reese's peanut butter cups.
    mvw said:
    Maybe Seedlings...


    They look just like this but they weren't shaped like fruits!

    @dankind I looked at Zappers and the packaging/product looks off.
  • mvwmvw Posts: 1,178

    mvw said:
    Maybe Seedlings...


    They look just like this but they weren't shaped like fruits!

    @dankind I looked at Zappers and the packaging/product looks off.
    Damn!...I used to work at a candy store back in high school.  I want to solve this candy caper for you.
  • dankinddankind I am not your foot. Posts: 13,416
    dankind said:
    mvw said:
    I've asked this before.

    In the mid 80's there was a gum that came in a sleeve.  It was spiky on the outside with sugar crystals on the inside.  

    I thought they were Zappers but that doesn't look right.

    Any ideas?  Google doesn't produce anything...
    Possibly Razzles?

    I thought they were called "razzles" too but they are round like a ball.
    You're totally talking about Zappers. I'm not sure if you'll find them on the Google machine, but I would never forget those textured, chewy sugar bombs. That would be like forgetting about crunchy Reese's peanut butter cups.
    mvw said:
    Maybe Seedlings...


    They look just like this but they weren't shaped like fruits!

    @dankind I looked at Zappers and the packaging/product looks off.
    That's probably because people weren't using their mobile phones to take pictures of everything and post it on the internet to inflate their sense of self-worth in the 1980s.

    They were Zappers, you ignorant slut. My long-term memory is strong (short-term memory is shit, though.)
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