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  • Raynette Beatty

    Funny thing is...I put this in my kids Easter Baskets this year...and they're in college! They LOVE it!

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  • Jodie

    If you got this in your trick or treat bag you were doing great!!

  • Jessica Hernandez

    Ahhh old school memories

  • Marit Fastner

    Fun Dip wrapper. I remember this was one of my favorite candies to get as a kid

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