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ugh, circus peanuts...i loved those as a child...recently tried one and spat it out....what the fuck is that flavor even sposed to be???

 

Same here. I bought a pack a few years ago cuz I was like "I used to love those as a kid!" i spat it out and never trusted my inner child since!

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also, I used to eat a LOT of kraft mac n cheese, preferably the cartoon shaped ones, because they tasted better, and that's a fucking fact. it's been quite a few years since i've had kraft mac n cheese, but tonight might just be the night.

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ugh, circus peanuts...i loved those as a child...recently tried one and spat it out....what the fuck is that flavor even sposed to be???

 

"excrement"

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