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Reggs

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I got that salivating reaction just looking at the logo.
 

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I remember they were extremely popular in 2nd grade. The dude with the warheads always had the bitches in tow.
 

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Like Johnny_5 said, I went to an all-boys school and guys would suck dick for whoever had the blue ones.
 

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Originally Posted by Neo_Version 7
Like Johnny_5 said, I went to an all-boys school and guys would suck dick for whoever had the blue ones.

I took a 5 lb bag to class today just b/c they were on sale for like $3. I got practically raped as soon as I walked in the door.

So awesome to think that at 21 years old, a bag of candy still makes you the most popular guy in the room.
 

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Just got back from its Wikipedia entry and apparently they issue warnings now to refrain from eating multiple Warheads in one sitting. Even as a kid though I knew eating multiples was suicide.
 

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We did hor d'ouevres in class today. Small bites, big flavor.
After eating a bunch of warheads before class, it was almost impossible to taste our work. It absolutely tore our palatte apart. My chef instructor told me not to bring them back anymore.
 

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I have absolutely no idea what is being discussed. Thought the thread was going to be about MIRVs or some such.
 

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Are the hot ones still produced?
 

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In a similar vein, does anyone rememer crybabies gum?

I remember getting them with 'money' in the 'grocery' my teacher set up for us in kindergarten. We got like a dollar if we were good before lunch, and a dollar if we were good after. On Fridays we could use our money to buy candy. At first the teacher was selling them for 1 dollar a piece, not thinking we'd like them. She kept at it for a while, but eventually she decided to teach us poor kindergarteners about supply and demand and they were 3 for 10 'dollars'. The roof of my mouth recovered, my spirit remained crushed til about grade 2.
 

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Originally Posted by robbie
In a similar vein, does anyone rememer crybabies gum?

I remember getting them with 'money' in the 'grocery' my teacher set up for us in kindergarten. We got like a dollar if we were good before lunch, and a dollar if we were good after. On Fridays we could use our money to buy candy. At first the teacher was selling them for 1 dollar a piece, not thinking we'd like them. She kept at it for a while, but eventually she decided to teach us poor kindergarteners about supply and demand and they were 3 for 10 'dollars'. The roof of my mouth recovered, my spirit remained crushed til about grade 2.


I used to sell these in elementry school. I used to buy them for 5 cent sell them for 10-25 cent depending on how far they lived from stores.
 

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I think a fair analogy would be

warheads are to elementary school, as cigarettes are to prison.
 

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As we can see, kwilk has matured greatly since elementary school...
 

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