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Mature Taste Buds?

I ran across some Fun Dip yesterday – on sale because they were Valentines Day cards – and snapped them up because my memory of Fun Dip is a good one. Actually…I don’t really like the “dip” part much, but I remembered *loving* those sticks. You know what I’m talking about … it came in a three-pouch design with a stick on each end. I think the flavors were grape, cherry, and … lime? I remember racing to get through the packs with just one stick just so I could enjoy the second stick without the extra sugar.

Guess what? Either they’ve changed the recipe for those sticks, or *gasp* my taste buds have matured.

I suppose I should come to terms with it. A few years ago I got really excited to have some Beefaroni with my kids. Do you know how much I looked forward to that? Do you know how disgusting it really is??

And Fluff. I wanted a Fluffernutter … but … ya, you know the rest. Blech.

AND! AND! To make matters worse?? I actually like tomatoes now. What the heck??

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5 Responses

  1. CHEESE TOAST!!

    That’s what Scott and I call food that we remember as being “really awesome” only to realize that, now as adults, it’s really NOT THAT GREAT.

    (Cheese toast is from Sizzler restaurants….it’s a piece of white bread, buttered on one side and sprinkled with kraft parm cheese. It’s all-right, but NOT the world’s best food offering as Scott said it would be)

  2. This is very funny and I agree. I know that I LOVED spaghetti o’s, but they have lost their sparkle.
    I don’t even like soda very much but I LIVED for it when I was a kid.
    And I don’t think you could FORCE me to eat a PIXIE STICK now but I LOVED them too way back when.
    Good post.

  3. I know what you mean! I used to eat frosting right out of the can when I was younger, but now I can barely stand it on cake. I look back at what I ate as a kid and almost get ill at the thought.

  4. I used to love the sticks, the sugar I could do without. Yuuuuck to beefaroni, but I still looooooove fluffanutters!

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