“It’s Time to Start Crunchin”: Peeps Share Sweet Memories of Throwback Snack

“It’s Time to Start Crunchin”: Peeps Share Sweet Memories of Throwback Snack

  • A young lady has social media users talking after sharing snaps of her favourite treat
  • The lady says she used to eat her lollipops with a glass of water and has encouraged peeps to share their own snack-hacks
  • Briefly News compiled some of our favourite sweet comments to the post which you really won't want to miss

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A local woman has Mzansi feeling really nostalgic after sharing a snap of one really popular throwback snack. The fun-loving lady posted a pic of some old skool bubblegum-centred lollipops, bring back a few sweet memories.

“It’s Time to Start Crunchin”: Peeps Share Sweet Memories of Throwback Snack
A local woman has Mzansi talking after sharing snaps of a super popular throwback snack. Images: @Jameca2011/Twitter
Source: Twitter

Heading online, Twitter user @Jameca2011 shared the pic. The young lady says she used to dip the pops in water to make them a little easier to swallow.

"Call me weird but when I was little, I used to dip these in water so they taste better," she captioned the post along with a laughing face emoji.

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Taking to the comments, social media users reminisced about the once-popular sweets. While some people complained about getting cuts in their mouths after chewing the pops, others shared their own nifty tricks for how to properly eat the treats.

Check out some of the comments below:

@_RainbowPride_ said:

"When the gum started to poke out from the sides that thang was cutting up ya mouth. Love it."

@nayahnee said:

"That's when its time to start crunchin on that mfka."

@AuraPotTreats said:

"I used to dip mine in soda or juice."

@_ss_14_ said:

"I used to get two eat one and leave one in the water and wait for it to turn colours then drink the water after. It never tasted like anything, just water with a lil colour tint."

@misseverywhereg said:

"I used to eat it quick asf for the bubblegum lmaooo."

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@OhSiki said:

"LISTEN, I have a friend till this day who dips these bad boys in vodka tonics lol."

"Daddy's home": Video of boy running to his dad stirs happy memories for parents

In more social media news, Briefly News previously reported that a video clip of one seriously adorable little boy has social media users gushing. It seems the sweet youngster really missed his favourite man, rushing to his dad in nothing but a nappie and his tiny baseball cap.

Heading online, Twitter user @buitengebieden_ shared the wholesome video.

"When daddy’s home..." they captioned the sweet post.

In the video, the sweet baby can be seen running to his dad who's just returned from a tractor ride. His little feet rush to the old man and he cutely pulls off his tiny baseball cap.

Check out some of the reactions to the heartfelt daddy-son moment below:

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@Boogiedown said:

"Remembering when I used to get home to this type of loving from my younging. Now I have a 17-year old that’s doesn’t even text me back I love you."

@gucci369r said:

"My daughters used to be like that, then their mom got a new man and now they feel that way about him, God forgive me for being jealous and upset."

@Hillcrest1111 said:

"There are almost 200000 orphans now because of Covid. I hope dad's with a heart still shares some of their special love with these kids too. It'll strengthen their love at home too."

@DarrenEngelhard said:

"Enjoy every second, it goes by way too fast. BTW, your obviously a damn great dad to get that much love."

@briaunnamonet said:

"The baby boy threw that hat down like..."

Source: Briefly.co.za

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