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Anybody remember those single-serving mystery colour "juice" (more like pure sugar and artificial flavouring) in plastic bottles and those pop-top lids you'd always get with lunch? Cant find a picture of it.
Crude illustration of it, but they looked like this and you could buy them in giant flats of 24 for ridiculously cheap at the supermarket in different colors.
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Crude illustration of it, but they looked like this and you could buy them in giant flats of 24 for ridiculously cheap at the supermarket in different colors.


I remember what you are talking about, I cant remember what they were called but this is similar:


My parents never bought them for us, though squeez-its and such were common.

Also these:

Ninja Turtle Cereal Bowl (still have a couple in storage)


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Ninja Turtle Cereal Bowl (still have a couple in storage)

You just blew my mind. I still have mine at my parent's house. My niece and nephew use it when they come over.

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Yup. Also, these...



Speaking of Ninja Turtles and the 90's...there is a picture of my first day of school (1st grade) where I am literally covered head to toe in Ninja Turtle gear...socks, t-shirt, backpack, folder, stationary, lunchbox...and of course, BK Knights
post #529 of 706
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Ninja Turtle Cereal Bowl (still have a couple in storage)



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Originally Posted by tagutcow View Post
Back in the '80s I collected all these Garfield anthologies they sold at the school book fairs:
school book fairs! also... i went to a taping of the show and got some signed glossy photo of the dude that played J.T.
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early 90s claire danes...

I'm gonna pick up some beer, stay at home, and stare at my claire danes poster!
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Btw, Romeo & Juliet is on Netflix streaming.

Watched it the other day with a girl...it's an instant panty dropper.
post #533 of 706
Yooooooo good call on those grenade drinks
post #534 of 706
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Ninja Turtle Cereal Bowl (still have a couple in storage)

Never had the bowl (which is surprising, because I had so much TMNT stuff) but I devoured box after box of Ninja Turtle Cereal! Hell, if they still made the original, I'd still buy it and eat it!

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Btw, Romeo & Juliet is on Netflix streaming.

Watched it the other day with a girl...it's an instant panty dropper.

High five!
post #535 of 706
Didn't the bowls come packaged with the cereal in a promotional combo?
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Blaze FTW. I think I still have every scene/boss from that game memorized.
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Holy snap, yes!

I thought only us poor kids in south Los Angeles ate these in middle school,usually instead of lunch.

Did anyone eat those chili balls with gummi inside of them?
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Holy Jesus did I love me some Streets of Rage.

I can't believe nobody's mentioned MST3K yet. 90s sci-fi channel was so full of awesome.

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Didn't the bowls come packaged with the cereal in a promotional combo?

Indeed they did. I believe we had three of the 4 different turtles, but in the end the color washed out of their masks so they all rook same.
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