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OLD FASHIONED CANDY FROM THE 1950S, 60S, 70S, 80S AND 90S ARE STILL AVAILABLE AFTER ALL THESE YEARS!
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Do you remember candies like Wax Lips, Bonomo’s Turkish Taffy, BB Bats, Candy Cigarettes, Candy Buttons on paper tape, or Zagnut? How about bulk candies like Mary Janes, Atomic Fireballs and Bit-O-Honey? You probably also remember going to the corner store and bringing home as many of these candies as you could carry.
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Some Of Our Favorites
Candy Buttons on Paper Tape
Brian from Maryland
When my 2 sisters and I were young, back in the late 50's, our Dad would take us to the neighborhood playground. When we were playing in the sandbox, Dad would toss coins into the sand when we weren't looking. We really thought we were finding lost treasure! When we headed back home we'd stop at the corner store and use the coins to buy candy. Mainly candy buttons - our favorite. Back then the buttons were tough to detach - we wound up eating a lot of paper too. Miss those days!
100 Grand Bar
Kris from Indiana
This was back when this candy was called $100,000 bars, not 100 Grand bars. I remember going to my friend Cori's birthday party in elementary school, maybe third grade. At the party her mom told us that we were each going to get $100,000. Although we didn't really believe her, we didn't completely not believe her either. She kept us going through most of the party and we kept up hope. When she handed out these candy bars instead we were disappointed. But, the candy was good and I had fun telling my mom about it when I got home.
Good & Plenty
Juanita from Kentucky*
When I was a kid we always got Good and Plenty when we went to the movies. My sister would only eat the pink ones, even though I kept telling her they tasted the same as the white ones. Just seeing them today reminds me of my little sister and the sweet taste of black licorice.