I remember they used to always talk about old war stories, and fun times they had together. I watched them intently as they would pop a Horehound into their mouths as they kept talking, and other times as they helped customers pulling into the station by checking their cars and filling their gas tanks.
I always loved listening to them while eating a whole bag of horehound drops all by myself. Maybe that is one of the memories that impacted my life, to serve in the U.S. Army for 8 years. Either way, every time I see or hear about Horehound Drops, my mind floods back to those easier times and all the wonderful memories I had with my grandpa and his Army buddy. From Marlene in Texas
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Posted by: Robert Ruais
They just don't sell horehound anywhere, I even told my cousin that had a sore throat to buy hoerhound from Old Time Candy, because he couldn't find any either.
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