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  • Jerica Acklin

    FruitStripe gum. Don't forget the tattoos!

  • Blahblah Blah

    Childhood memories! Fruit stripe gum

  • Jennifer Uzarraga

    Childhood memories. 90s kid!

  • Rachel Laird

    loved fruit stripe gum - we weren't allowed to do the little temporary tattoos that were on the wrapper, but we discovered that if you held them in a sweaty hand, you would get at least part of the tattoo. I'm not sure why that was so cool... :)

  • Courtney Estes

    Zebra Gum! :D I still remember the taste....and the stick on tattoos on the wrapper.

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These definitely bring back memories. Our Nana always had these in her purse!

then you'd like the tattoos on the wrapper and stick them to your hands and look for the tattoo on your tongue

Fruit Stripe Gum - Grandma always had a package of this in her purse....loved the stuff

Remember these?! Fruit-flavored candy sugar in fruit-shaped bottles. I used to LOVE these!

I chose the chewing gum because "scout" jean louise loved it. Also scout and Jem found some in the tree.

Haha I remember these!! Can't remember what they were called but it was basically a fruit shaped container filled with flavored sugar. haha...super healthy

I loved this gum and the zebra one with the tattoos on the wrapper! I swear my stomach is still digesting all of the gum i swallowed!

Mmmm sugar glorious sugar.. lol I used to beg my mom for these every time we went to the grocery store..

Tom's Foods - plastic candy-filled fruits - candy containers and tag scan - 1970's by JasonLiebig, via Flickr

Beech-Nut Fruit Stripe Gum Commercial, "Tickle your tongue with Fruit Stripe Gum." 1970's

General Mills - Betty Crocker - Soda-Licious fruit snacks - 7-Up Spot - box - 1992

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