• xoxo

    WHA?? no easy bake oven??

  • Seldi84

    #28 i remember these being slightly sickly but the most addictive my young self had ever known.

  • Leilani Medule

    I couldn’t eat #5. Something about an eyeless puppet freaked me out, lol. I wouldn’t watch him on TV and sure as hell didn’t go near that box.😄 Same thing for those Oreo giggles. I couldn’t/ wouldn’t eat something with a “face” on it. I stayed the hell away from those and stuck to the OG oreos, lol. Ahhh good old-fashioned fear, builds strong bones.


    I still look for #24 hoping someday t will come back!! I LOVED IT!

  • maia

    #16 really takes me back. The old Styrofoam holders and the McDLT reminds me of my grandma. Sigh memories.^_^

    • Fasteddy14

      Not a big fast food fan, but the McDLT was a good idea. I always hated getting soggy warm lettuce and tomatoes from fast food places. The hot side stayed hot, the cold side stayed cold, and the Styrofoam is still sitting in a landfill somewhere…which was why they discontinued it…

  • chrisdg74

    #1 From my past? Shit, I have a few dozen in my freezer right now!

  • Neztra

    #22 Loved those!!

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  • chrisdg74

    My 16 year-old son STILL request those when the wife and I go grocery shopping.

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    #14 no strawberry? WHAT THE!!!

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    ;)I got a $829.99 iPad2 for only $103.37 and my mom got a $1499.99 HDTV for only $251.92, they are both coming with USPS tomorrow. I would be an idiot to ever pay full retail prices at places like Walmart or Bestbuy. I sold a 37" HDTV to my boss for $600 that I only paid $78.24 for.I use. http://xub.me/Lb

  • Rachel

    I'm in college and Lunchables still constitute a large part of my diet….especially the "pizza" ones…

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