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(YouTube)   Remember when you were a kid and tried to eat an entire giant sour pixy stix all at once?   (youtube.com) divider line 39
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2011-08-22 06:26:43 PM  
So now some goddamn snowflake making exaggerated faces for mommy's camera gets greenlit?

Maaaaaan, I tells ya...
 
2011-08-22 06:45:43 PM  
They didn't have those when I was a kid.

/probably a good thing
//diabeetus
 
2011-08-22 06:48:50 PM  
I dunno, I was kinda relieved when she said "Yes!". We had an episode like this the other day, when my nephew dared his best friend to eat an entire habanero pepper out of our garden. Poor kid is already a ginger, and he turned so red, I was ready to take him to the hospital. He said he could still taste it the next day.
 
2011-08-22 07:10:21 PM  
Yay cavities!
 
2011-08-22 07:23:15 PM  
The girl on the right is begging to be shopped at the start of that video.

/has seat over there.
 
2011-08-22 07:31:18 PM  
Woozle wuzzle?
 
2011-08-22 07:45:14 PM  
The Pixy Stix they had when I was a kid were the size of a regular drinking straw.
 
2011-08-22 08:00:45 PM  
Had the same reaction honking a fat rail of some Peruvian blow, once.
 
2011-08-22 08:47:32 PM  
Eat? The only time those were interesting was when someone snorted one.
 
2011-08-22 08:57:35 PM  
I once ate 22 atomic fireballs in a row while studying for my senior college midterms. I couldn't taste anything for about a week -- I seriously thought I'd done permanent damage to my taste buds.

/yes, I followed the rules -- atomic fireballs must remain in your mouth at all times (until they dissolve)
 
2011-08-22 09:16:28 PM  

DarnoKonrad: Eat? The only time those were interesting was when someone snorted one.


That was, and still is, the best way to ingest a pixy stick.
 
2011-08-22 10:18:05 PM  
When I was a kid, "giant sour" Pixy Stix didn't exist.

We had sour balls, wax lips, wax pop bottles filled with sugar water, candy buttons, regular Pixy Stix, Tootsie Rolls (chocolate only), Slo-Pokes (which were, incidentally, invented by one of my recent ancestors), and Clark bars.

And we LIKED it, by gum, we LOVED it. It all cost a penny, but you had to work for a week delivering molasses by hand to the widow at the top of the hill to earn a penny.
 
2011-08-22 10:19:17 PM  
We'll they'll be popular with the boys when they get older.
 
2011-08-22 10:40:29 PM  
When I was about that age, I sneezed just as I was swallowing a big shard of those stix made out of the same stuff as jolly ranchers. It lodged somewhere in my sinuses, and I was in agony for like three days. We were too poor for "optional" doctor visits, and I guess no blood was coming out, so....
 
2011-08-22 11:44:35 PM  

Blink: I once ate 22 atomic fireballs in a row while studying for my senior college midterms. I couldn't taste anything for about a week -- I seriously thought I'd done permanent damage to my taste buds.

/yes, I followed the rules -- atomic fireballs must remain in your mouth at all times (until they dissolve)


I used to use atomic fireballs when I rode my bike. Seemed to give me an extra boost trying to pedal harder to endure it.
 
2011-08-23 01:01:59 AM  

ZeroCorpse: We had sour balls, wax lips, wax pop bottles filled with sugar water, candy buttons, regular Pixy Stix, Tootsie Rolls (chocolate only), Slo-Pokes (which were, incidentally, invented by one of my recent ancestors), and Clark bars.


Black Jack gum, Chick-O-Sticks, Zots, Swedish Fish, Sugar Babys, Abba-Zaba, Jujubes, and Zagnuts
 
2011-08-23 01:06:09 AM  
That reminds me of the days of Atomic Warheads. I tried some recently, they don't seem to deaden your tongue anymore. Maybe the FDA got involved.
 
2011-08-23 01:09:53 AM  

ZeroCorpse: When I was a kid, "giant sour" Pixy Stix didn't exist.

We had sour balls, wax lips, wax pop bottles filled with sugar water, candy buttons, regular Pixy Stix, Tootsie Rolls (chocolate only), Slo-Pokes (which were, incidentally, invented by one of my recent ancestors), and Clark bars.

And we LIKED it, by gum, we LOVED it. It all cost a penny, but you had to work for a week delivering molasses by hand to the widow at the top of the hill to earn a penny.


Can you explain wtf was up with those things? How can anyone think they are anything but disgusting?
 
2011-08-23 01:50:40 AM  
Must suck to be stuck with an ugly kid.
 
2011-08-23 02:14:43 AM  

Bathia_Mapes: The Pixy Stix they had when I was a kid were the size of a regular drinking straw.


This.

What in the hell were those? Pixy Logz?
 
2011-08-23 06:57:08 AM  
Never got pixy stix. Flavored sugar in a straw, yum!
My candy as a kid, bullseyes (sugary center, surrounded by caramel.. which is sugar), wait.. that was basically the same thing! Oh you candy marketing geniuses!
 
2011-08-23 07:25:02 AM  
Looks like those girls are getting ready to fill out their applications for [name party college here].
 
2011-08-23 07:27:04 AM  

The Fool: That reminds me of the days of Atomic Warheads. I tried some recently, they don't seem to deaden your tongue anymore. Maybe the FDA got involved.


I gave a Warhead to a friend of mine while he was driving...we almost crashed.
10 minutes of non-stop gagging and threats later, he was ok.
 
2011-08-23 07:32:10 AM  
They've had those huge Pixy Stix since I was 8 or 9 at the latest, which means early 80s.

Also nice to see fellow connoisseurs of snorting Pixy Stix.
 
2011-08-23 07:56:35 AM  

Treygreen13: They didn't have those when I was a kid.

/probably a good thing
//diabeetus


If you have diabetes, just bolus for the carbs. No reason you can't enjoy a pixie stick.
 
2011-08-23 08:31:18 AM  
You haven't lived until you've snorted that gateway drug... Sour patch kids powder (new window)
 
2011-08-23 08:44:47 AM  
You pansies. First you procure a box of Sugar Babies. Then you need a spoon, a candle and a rig...

"There is no room in the Drug Culture for amateurs."
-Hunter Stockton Thompson
 
2011-08-23 08:59:37 AM  
She didn't like the taste but, she still swallowed.

/see you in hell.
 
2011-08-23 09:32:39 AM  

ZeroCorpse: wax lips, wax pop bottles filled with sugar water


the suckiest "candy" known to man kid.
 
2011-08-23 10:12:06 AM  
And then?
 
2011-08-23 11:16:58 AM  
Was starting to wonder if the one kid had had its rabies shots...
Also, that appeared to be a party of mainly adults.. kudos bringing your kids to a party AND loading them up with sugar. Real class act... only thing left is to hand them a BB gun or a super-soaker filled with bleach.

Only had the 'paper' small Pixy's when I was a kid, but never really liked them much... either had to rip the end open and eat it all real fast or the end got wet and clogged up and started ripping more and more.. oddly enough, they ONLY place I ever knew where to buy them was our school (was a private school, had its own little candy counter, not much bigger than a household entertainment center).

ZeroCorpse: When I was a kid, "giant sour" Pixy Stix didn't exist.

We had sour balls, wax lips, wax pop bottles filled with sugar water, candy buttons, regular Pixy Stix, Tootsie Rolls (chocolate only), Slo-Pokes (which were, incidentally, invented by one of my recent ancestors), and Clark bars.

And we LIKED it, by gum, we LOVED it. It all cost a penny, but you had to work for a week delivering molasses by hand to the widow at the top of the hill to earn a penny.


LMAO We used to go downtown to old GC Murphy's.. the gumball machine would give out one OR MORE for 1 cent.. we would each take a paper lunch sack and actually emptied the machine out a few times. The gum was better than anything in packs and a LOT cheaper (especially when it would glitch and get up to 3 in a turn lol).
As for candy bars - I really miss my old favorite, Whatchamacallit.. Yes, I DO know they still sell them - but it tastes NOTHING like it used to. I find them revolting now and wouldn't eat one for $5.. hell, not even $10.

/starting to hate threads like this.. really makes you remember and miss being a brat and the fun times. lol
//NB4 CSB
 
2011-08-23 12:03:59 PM  
Todd Flanders: Thank you, but we're not allowed.
Bart Simpson: Aw, it's OK. There's no sugar in Pixie Stix.

2.bp.blogspot.com
 
2011-08-23 12:27:48 PM  

Bathia_Mapes: The Pixy Stix they had when I was a kid were the size of a regular drinking straw.


How old are you? They've sold Giant Stix since at least 1974 (new window).
 
2011-08-23 12:41:15 PM  
Eh, videos of people trying to eat a spoonful of cinnamon powder would probably be a lot more amusing.
 
2011-08-23 01:33:07 PM  
We switched the powder in the Pixy Stix with ground Cheyenne pepper.

Let's see if they notice.
 
2011-08-23 01:56:14 PM  
Kids doing kid things? I'd rather see cats.
 
2011-08-23 05:34:22 PM  

Treygreen13: They didn't have those when I was a kid.

/probably a good thing
//diabeetus


how old are you? because I'm pretty sure they've had giant pixy stix since the late 60s.

/have two giant pixy stix in my desk right now.
 
2011-08-23 09:28:28 PM  

Notabunny: ZeroCorpse: We had sour balls, wax lips, wax pop bottles filled with sugar water, candy buttons, regular Pixy Stix, Tootsie Rolls (chocolate only), Slo-Pokes (which were, incidentally, invented by one of my recent ancestors), and Clark bars.

Black Jack gum, Chick-O-Sticks, Zots, Swedish Fish, Sugar Babys, Abba-Zaba, Jujubes, and Zagnuts


Thrills. That is all.
 
2011-08-24 09:17:55 AM  
those girls will make fine crack whores one day..
 
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