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Discussion in 'Community Message Board' started by Calgon1, Nov 4, 2007.

  1. Calgon1

    Calgon1 Guest

    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).
  2. BostonsJ

    BostonsJ Guest

    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
  3. duskbat

    duskbat Guest

    i miss my grand ma Lilly . i called her nanny. and poppy was my grandfather.;( she died few years ago
  4. elliottsmama

    elliottsmama Guest

    RC cola in the bottles
  5. conniecat

    conniecat Guest

    My knees!
  6. Ruchela

    Ruchela Guest

    Hydrox chocolate cookies. I never liked Oreos. Hydrox had a distinct taste, yummy.
  7. GloBug

    GloBug Guest

    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.
  8. reggae

    reggae Guest

    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 :)
  9. nieciez

    nieciez Guest

    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
  10. Mbandy

    Mbandy Guest

    Capt. Kangaroo & Sky King.
  11. Hucc

    Hucc Guest

    wacky wafers
    the old Mann Orchards

    Dairy Queen

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