8 Bizarre Foods That Were Surprisingly Common in the '90s
If you were a '90s kid, we can almost guarantee you begged your parents for one or all of the following bizarre snacks at some point.
Scroll through for a few strange, but equally mouthwatering foods that were common in this amazing decade.
Squeeze-It Juice Drinks
A lunchbox staple, this crazy drink was a squeeze apparatus and had wacky characters printed on the bottles. Better than your standard juice box, we'd say.
Nestle Wonder Balls
If you didn't have a giant chocolate ball filled with candy in the '90s, you just weren't doing it right. We think it was the inspiration behind a lot of popular Easter candy nowadays, and we're obviously not mad about it.
These popular fat free chips were a big deal until people learned of the unpleasant side effects. We'll just let you Google that one.????
Warheads Sour Candy
We still can't wrap our brains around why, but we spent far too much time snacking on these bad boys. Your mouth would hurt for days after chomping on these extremely weird and sour candies. It's a miracle we didn't have more cavities back then.
Baby Bottle Pops
I mean, who wouldn't want to eat a candy shaped like a baby bottle, right? Not weird at all.
Diamonds might be a girl's best friend, but ring pops were a kid's. Wearing them as an actual ring was a little strange, but that sure didn't stop anyone.
An actual jug of bubble gum was necessary for any closet candy stash.
We've never really felt the need to swirl our oatmeal personally, but this quirky meal was still wildly popular regardless.
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