Dude I legitimately miss these. Also kc was my boy. I specifically remember this meal being my first
These and french toast crunch. I think they exist outside of the country, but that means fuck all to me.
I liked the original AMP cans. They were 8oz, which is a nice size for an energy drink for me, and the design was nicer I think. Also, at the ages 13-15 when I had no money, they were easy to shoplift.
not that old, but damn do I miss these
My grandfather used to give me tins of these all the time. The apple and raspberry ones were especially good.
3D Doritos and the flaming hot asteroids were so amazing, I'd ride my bike to 7/11 almost every day to get some.
OH LORD HOW I MISS THESE
Why was there always one or two pieces of corn stuck in the brownie? It was always frozen in there, so it couldn't have happened during shipping. Maybe there's a guy working at every frozen dinner factory who places a kernel of corn into every brownie and gently pushes it in as a subtle metaphor for what he thinks of his job and the food he makes there.
every time i have to post this, a part of me dies. why do you do this to me, /ck/?
I know these are gone but I'm pretty sure I saw a pringle shaped chocolate of some kind last time I went grocery shopping. I'm pretty sure it was in the aisle with all the cookies/biscuits. I'm wondering if they're a way to relive the nostalgia at least a little bit
Nobody else remembers these but they were the best
>don't remember any of these because mom never bought candy
nigga I was eating French Toast Crunch last week.
>posting the same thing I do in every one of these threads.
probably 90% nostalgia, but i remember this being one of my favorite sodas
These fucking things right here, although they remind me of how I was pretty much the worst type of teen ever.
>drinking these liquid sugar drinks
>skateboard in illegal areas, getting in fights with security when told to stop
>Bam Margera was GOD
>listening to nothing but pop punk
>bunch of kids ITT
My sister was talking about pic related a few weeks ago. Realized I hadn't seen them in a while... discontinued in 1981.
Would legitimately commit arson or securities fraud for more of these.
My brother loved these. He also loved the Elvis Reeses, they were peanut butter and banana or something.
A couple times he got really stoned and sent me to the store for some, forgetting that they had been discontinued for almost a decade.
my best friend and I used to eat these all the time growing up
we even made up a song about them
didn't even realize they were discontinued
guess I didn't care all that much after all =]
Wendy's creamy lasagna. Probably loaded with 800 terrible additives but it was awesome, preferred it to homemade.
shit I totally forgot this existed, thanks anon
Literally just chocolate chip Twinkies, but holy fuck did I love these little bastards as a kid.
>the fucking Simpsons commercials they use to do for this
Send me back. I want to go back.
Fuck the kids that were stupid enough to swallow the prizes inside, these were godlike.
I think they renamed these as Lion bar I buy it all the time online
>Had a toy in the cereal box for the first time since 2005
It was beautiful, did the eu outlaw them or something?
>TFW relatives in the US brought these over between 2000 & 2003
Good times, I vividly remember the purple bottle the best, what flavourcwas that
Weird the way nothing like these has been done since
Anyone remember these?
The caramel one was the greatest chocolate I ever had as a kid
Sweet jesus they were good, please tell me somewhere still sells them? Wasn't there a White Chocolate one too?
I’m conditioned to like anything in a paper wrapper now.
They sell these at Old Navy of all places, in the checkout line
>Orgasmic flavor gone instantaneously
>Just swallow it because it hasn't even gotten to the gum-like texture yet, and is closer to candy unless you chew it for >30 seconds
>Repeat with another piece
>Consume entire pack of gum
I remember once time when i was a young boy my father took me to a parade we had some of theses but forgot about them and left them in the car by the time we got back they melted once we got back home we put them into the fridge to harden and ate them like a big ol block of reeses
The memory cheats (especially the memory of someone with ADHD like me) but, I remember these being the best gummies ever and have yet to try a gummy that equals or surpasses them. I can only assume it was costly as fuck to make them taste so good and that's why they stopped making them and why no one's (as far as I know) ever replicated them proper.
at one time getting the KFC family meal was a special, wonderful, and delicious event.
Dunkaroos can still be found in most major grocery stores. However, as mentioned, the cookies suck now. Even before they merged them into slabs, they changed the cookies from the sturdy, delicious graham cracker, to the light and so god damn crumbly shortbread cookie. Now you can barely get one piece of cookie into the icing and then into your mouth without it crumbling into nothing.
Now, for something that IS discontinued, AND CRIMINALLY SO, pic related.
I used to be sad that they discontinued SodaLicious "fruit" snacks.
Now I'm just angry.
What were the commericals like?
>"heh heh i'm getting a chubby for you"
>"omg perv *slaps*"
>"no THIS kind of chubby"
>"*drinks* omg sooo good you can turn give /me/ a chubby anytime."
>"*winks to camera* heh"
One time I was high and daring enough to get the lobster sub when it was in season.
To their credit, they use real lobster meat, and you get quite a bit of it. It's kind of in a light, watery, mayo-like sauce of its own, so don't get anything on the sandwich other than maybe spinach, tamato, and black pepper.
Guaranteed about a mouthful of lobster meat every bite. Maybe worth the higher price for it, maybe not worth getting double meat.
But holy hell the Seafood Sensation makes/made me sick. It's just the fact that I hate pollock though. I just hate the way it's so salty, and has this kind of... I don't know, "miracle whip"-like flavour to the meat. I get the same vibes from Kraft singles processed cheese slices, and I can't stand them.
For some reason, eating the chocolate with the candies at the same time was such a godlike combination of flavours and textures for me, that years after being discontinued, I one day found myself buying a Kinder Surprise (Canadian) and a box of Nerds, just to replicate the experience.
It worked well, would recommend.
FUCK I MISS BUBBLE JUG
Like a combination of Pixie Stix, Pop Roks, and tiny bits of gum, that you just pour into your mouth for maximum "bubblegum" flavour, and I do love me some classic "bubblegum" flavour. Pic related.
There are still "7-11 brand" ones sold at 7-11.
They're still basically a pizza pop baked with pie dough, filled with pie filling, and glazed.
Part of my usual combo.
Not particularly good, but these were fun as a kid.
Did someone say literally shaking?
cant find a pic of them, but there were these old cheetos cheese balls, and oh my lord do i miss them
No idea whether or not this is a regular product in the UK because Americunt, but I had these shits when I was visiting family maybe 8 or so years ago and I will never forget how good they were. I'm mad that I couldn't find a bigger picture.
My guess is you're actually thinking of these?
>tfw christmas morning and getting these, mixed nuts, pb crisps, amazing fruits, an orange, an apple, and hersheys kisses in my stocking
I remember these and I think Kool-Aid had its own version.
My mother is a "health nut" but not very smart.
She was always getting on my case about not drinking soda, to she replaced the soda in the house with these fuckers and those lipton green teas.
My fucking wife gives me hard time about drinking soda but thinks it's perfectly fine to drink a large hi-c from mcDs. I haven't told her that it's got more sugar than a coke because I want my sugary hi-c still
Now you listen to me.
I've been trying to source that /gif/ for the better part of a year and i KNOW that you know the source.
All the lessons learned from the 80s reached its peak and disposable income was at its highest to that point. After the dotcom bubble burst, everybody switched gears to investing in homes and, well, look where that went.
I can't find the yoplait thicc yogurt anywhere. Doesn't even matter which flavor, this was the best form of yogurt.
ohh fuck yes, these and astros are the only two treats from my childhood that I think would still hold up
any ausfags that can help?
there was a kind of twinkie-like cupcake that coles used to sell back in the day
soft cupcake with a sugary whipped cream filling and a flat top with a thin layer of strawberry icing and sprinkles
ive been looking for it for years but i cannot for the life of me find anything about it's existence
im glad theyre back, but $3.50 for one? thats bullocks
when will my love return from the war
These things were my brother's and my jam back in the day! It was always a good thing when our mom would pick us up from preschool and need to stop at the drugstore for shampoo/soap/whatever because that guaranteed us a pack of these each.
No one else post in this thread. There's something wrong. I'm serious, just let it archive while I get to the bottom of this. I've seen messages like that before. And what follows is never good.
Back when all the world was green...
You just reminded me of 3 great products I enjoyed, time for a dump.
Also who is familiar with
>that feel when you know a certain product is only for a certain time but due to stock you can still find it even a year after and you hope that is going to stay like that forever
Magnum Gola, as part of the 7 sins, so I guess gluttony in english.
and finally, my favorite cereals, which alas are not sold anymore.
What the FUCK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Look, it turned out to be nothing, but I asked that no one else post so I could make sure we weren't being fucked with. You motherfuckers need to listen to me next time. I'm trying to look out for you.
This shit right here. >>9275593
You wouldn't really understand because you've probably never seen it, but there's a similar mark that a pretty awful group of individuals leaves, and they can straight wreck your shit. They put me into hiding for years.
Stfu and go look for me PB Crunch, short-timer.
>tries to use cicadia-style cipher to get attention in a nostalgia food thread without even contributing
i devoured 4 packs in front of my friends once like that, apparently it was vile for them to watch. I buy them online from amazon if i get the craving to indulge in some godlike gum goodness.
It was literally just normal ketchup with food coloring. It tasted fine.
It ended up looking like such gross colors because they were working with KETCHUP. It's dark, deep red. You have to add a fuckload of blue dye for it to become a dark, reddish-purple, and a fuckload more green dye for it to get anywhere close to (brownish-) green.
The real question is why they would bother even trying to make it different colors, other than an insane, desperate marketing stunt to appeal to 90s kids.
I bought these from the vending machine when I worked in an Easter German archive. There was another brand too, but as I recall these were less sweet.
How do we fix the processed food industry? This thread is sad because all of this stuff looks way better and more creative then what they're shitting out now.
The holy grail of gradeschool lunch room bartering, kids would trade their souls for this shit
BRING THEM BAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAACKKKKKKKKKKKKK
>ywn have doritos 3ds ever again
These used to be my shit. why even live?