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Your Favorite?

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Calgon1

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#1
As time marches on, it often appears that the only constant is change. With that deep thought in mind ...

What is something that was a favorite of yours, when growing up, that has been discontinued?

For me, it is/was Nabisco's 'Brown Edge Wafers'. I'll never forget the light, lemony flavor, the moistness, the texture ... *sigh*







(See Reggae, I didn't even hae to wait till 2 am - LOL).
 
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BostonsJ

Guest
#2
Does my hour glass figure count? It seems the sands of time have filtered downward. :lol :lol That's OK Mike still loves me! :grin
 
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duskbat

Guest
#3
i miss my grand ma Lilly . i called her nanny. and poppy was my grandfather.;( she died few years ago
 
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Ruchela

Guest
#6
Hydrox chocolate cookies. I never liked Oreos. Hydrox had a distinct taste, yummy.
 
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GloBug

Guest
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The 7-up Candy Bar. I loved that candy bar, and bought one once a week with my allowance.

If you aren't familiar with it, here is a description: (one piece was caramel, one was an orange jel center, the middle piece was a large nut. It was mmmm mmmm good!)

THE SEVEN UP CANDY BAR. Got its name from having seven connected pieces, each with a different center. The bar came out in the 1930s, before the 7-Up Bottling Company began production of its soft drink - so the Trudeau Candy Company owned the trademark rights to the name. Eventually the 7-Up Bottling Company bought the bar and retired it, so they had exclusive use of the name no matter how it was spelled - Seven Up or 7-Up.
 
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reggae

Guest
#8
I miss the TV show "What's my line?"

They used to have the old re-runs on the Game Show Network, but now it's gone.

It was great seeing some of the mystery guests back in the 50's: Ronald Reagan, Barbara Streisand, Bob Hope, Lucille Ball, Bobbie Darrin, even Salvadore Dali. On the panel were a young Johnny Carson and Soupy Sales.

They would often talk about current events, a totally different perspective back in the 50's..

It's like going back in time...

Calgon...Thanks for another good, thought-provoking question :)
 
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nieciez

Guest
#9
Hummmm, I know there are a few things but for the life of me I can't come up with one....oh, I know, my memory, as I suffer from CRS nowadays :lol :lol