The glass bottles were a bit annoying. There was a machine at my school that carried these, and every so often when a bottle dropped it shattered to pieces, losing you $2, and making a sticky, sharp mess.It first came out as Liz Blizz, but at some point SoBe decided to drop all the X-treme 90s names and just call them by the flavors. Turns out the goofy attitude and lizard character was a big part of the brand appeal, so now all the 90s names are back.
Glass bottles never came back though. I miss those.
I know this is super late. But when I was 4 years old I honestly shoplifted some of these. When my mom saw me chewing them in the station wagon before we left the parking lot, she drug me back inside and made me pay for them and apologize. I now associate them with the sweet fruity taste of honesty.
Not so much got them banned, but Bernard Matthews (who likes selling Turkey products as lean and tasty) discontinued them from the bad press given.Did that fag get them banned?
I loved his series where he showed kids how chicken nuggets were made in an attempt to disgust them, then asked if they wanted some and they alle raised their hands.
try checking some shittier grocery stores, i've always got a box of the chicken ones in my house because they're like chicken flavored crackI miss the Chicken one. Allegedly it still exists but I never see it anywhere.
I miss the Chicken one. Allegedly it still exists but I never see it anywhere.
I can usually find them, but I know for a fact Family Dollar has them, as well as their own version of them for like 1/4 of the price and it’s actually better. The seasoning is richer and more complex and the crackers are a bit thinner, which I prefer.try checking some shittier grocery stores, i've always got a box of the chicken ones in my house because they're like chicken flavored crack
never have seen potato flavored ones, maybe the US just likes chicken-adjacent MSG dust.