Did you ever wonder what's in a wonder ball? Apparently death, as they were discontinued due to kids possibly choking on them.
If we had these today, they'd probably be bubble smartphones.
Butterfinger BB's took everything you love about the Butterfinger and made them bite-sized. They had cool commercials and didn't get stuck in your teeth as bad as the full-sized bar.
These are tough to find, but are still manufactured. It's basically a lollipop that plays music. Take our money.
Only the weird kids ate regular yogurt. It was Sprinkl'ins, Trix Yogurt, Go-Gurt or nothing.
Viennetta was an ice cream cake you didn't have to order from an ice cream shop. We miss it dearly.
Quench your thirst by chewing gum. Simple, but effective. Also, it totally tasted like Gatorade!
Slice was the one thing Pepsi had over Coke. Then they threw it all away to create Sierra Mist. For shame.
RIP Ecto-Cooler, 1987-2001. If anything deserves to come back from the dead, it's you.
Look, we love pudding pops. We just don't really like who they're associated with. Sometimes you just have to separate the art from the artist.
Why suck on Lifesavers like all those other plebeians when you can simply pop these into your mouth and be totally anti-establishment?
These cheesy paws ended up making your paws cheesy. Does that mean eating them turns you into Chester Cheetah?
This candy painted your tongue and mouth all sorts of crazy colors, which you usually can't get without swallowing glitter.
Watch wrestling, eat wrestling ice cream, get hopped up on sugar, wrestle for real.
You don't need any of those wasteful nutrients in the milk. Just ingest the Nesquik in solid form for that instant infusion of chocolate.