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Food / drink 🍗 All that sweet sweet candy

Gedunker

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My parents didn't have any fancy dishes, so teh Correlleware simply went to Goodwill when the time arrived.
 
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TOFB

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We have a full set of china from my grandmother. It is boxed up and will never be used.
 

mendelman

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...and will never be used.
For sure...?

dishes GIF


:p
 

Maister

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I just ate a fun sized Kit Kat bar. It was actually pretty good. I don't normally think of Kit Kats as being great candy bars but I'd give it a solid B.
 

dandy_warhol

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I just ate a handful of peanut M&Ms. One time I found dark chocolate peanut M&Ms. They were magical.
 

Maister

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I've never understood the "fun size" thing. To me, the fun size would be some big ass giant candy bar, not something you can pop in your mouth like a gumdrop.
Consumer size marketing probably warrants its own thread, but I totally agree. 'Fun' size should be HUGE. There should be truth in advertising - the little bite size morsels should be called 'disappointment size' or 'inadequate size'.

With laundry soap, which is bigger: economy size or family size?

Potato chips: party size, family size....what would you call the little one ounce size bags?
 
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