Forgot it came in flavors!Back when I was a kid, I remember occasionally my parents would buy a cheese... substance. It was something on the order of Cheeze Wiz, basically, but it came in a... tube. Like a sausage chub, but there was a little plastic valve on the side you could squeeze the cheese out of.
I don't remember what it was called, but I remember always loving it when we had it.
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Apparently it was called "Squeeze-a-Snack", and Kraft made it.
I was in the midst of an obsession with these when they were discontinued. WHY did they take them away? They were so yummy.Also, Taco Bell seems to have discontinued my beloved caramel apple empanadas, which were basically like the old fried version of McDonald's apple pies. Damn them.
Taco Bell is apparently only allowed to sell absolute garbage that looks exactly the same as it looks coming out of your digestive system 10 minutes later. If they accidentally have something good they have to get rid of it nearly immediately.[
I was in the midst of an obsession with these when they were discontinued. WHY did they take them away? They were so yummy.
Oh, so that's why they're trying to go vegetarian for whatever exceptional reason.Taco Bell is apparently only allowed to sell absolute garbage that looks exactly the same as it looks coming out of your digestive system 10 minutes later. If they accidentally have something good they have to get rid of it nearly immediately.
I just heard about that! Every time I went to Curry House, it was full so it's certainly surprising. RIP Gudetama curry plates.My favorite Japanese curry place has closed up out of nowhere.
One of the few redeeming things this dumbass State has is gone.The sudden closures came as a shock to Curry House employees and managers, many of whom said they were given no advance notice.www.latimes.com
I remember these. Same with Tongue Splashers gum in the early 90s. Teachers absolutely went mental when kids would show up with multicolored mouths.Most people under their early 30s have probably never heard of this one but screaming saucers. They were these small sour candies that were covered in this blue powder that turned your mouth and teeth blue for up to a day if you ate several at once. They were popular around 1992 - 1993 and schools went apeshit at the time because kids would eat a few before class pictures were taken so you'd have everyone with bright blue mouths in their pictures. Needless to say parents were not amused and raised hell with the school, demanding refunds and reshoots. The candies were very verboten after that to the point they threatened to expel a few kids for having them and for literally selling them to other kids around the school and in the alley behind the school like they were crack
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