Halloween Candy 1990s

@RasmaSandra (17606)
Daytona Beach, Florida
October 18, 2017 1:10pm CST
The 1990s brought along candy called AirHeads. Other popular brands were Baby Bottle Pops, Push Pops and Bubble Gum Jugs. For those who preferred really sour candy you had WarHeads. By 1994 I was already in Latvia and let me tell you looking over this candy list boy, had times changed. I mean you can already see that we were all entering a completely different kind of world with candy that was called AirHeads and WarHeads. Do you have any favorites or are you like me still enjoying the candy from yesteryear?
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• Ponce De Leon, Florida
18 Oct
I loved warheads when I was little. Although I was a nineties child. I was born in '90. We sell airheads, warheads and ring pops at work but it's been years since I've seen a baby bottle pop. I love Charleston chews
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@RasmaSandra (17606)
• Daytona Beach, Florida
20 Oct
Thank you for reminding me yes, Charleston Chews were also favorites @thislittlepennyearns
@Marty1 (33674)
• Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
18 Oct
I have heard of air head but do not think I ever actually saw one, I was born in 1971 and don't remember the kinds of candy we had back so long ago. No wait i do remember Reese's peanut butter cups as it was always my favorite candy to get trick or treating! some years ago my nephew came and went trick or treating in my neighborhood and he and every other kid out got a can of Pepsi from one of my neighbor's house about four doors up the road
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@Courtlynn (66133)
• United States
18 Oct
I know all of those and loved the bubble gum jug. Wish i could still find it here
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@RasmaSandra (17606)
• Daytona Beach, Florida
20 Oct
I think I saw online that the bubble gum jugs had been discontinued @Courtlynn
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@Courtlynn (66133)
• United States
20 Oct
@RasmaSandra probably. Havent seen them in at least 9 years.
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@silvermist (20100)
• India
18 Oct
I am not familiar with those Candies.I prefer dark chocolates. By the way here we do not celebrate Halloween.
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@RasmaSandra (17606)
• Daytona Beach, Florida
20 Oct
Same as here in Latvia. It is only celebrated at schools and by young adults in bars but no trick or treating @silvermist
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@kepweng (15063)
• Waikoloa, Hawaii
18 Oct
nice is this candy can buy in the market until now?
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@RasmaSandra (17606)
• Daytona Beach, Florida
20 Oct
I know much of it can be brought online @kepweng You can check out candy stores.
@Corbin5 (106704)
• United States
18 Oct
I love Good n' Plenty. Ate a lot of that as a kid.
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@marlina (73881)
• Canada
18 Oct
AirHead: don't think that I have ever seen those.
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@RasmaSandra (17606)
• Daytona Beach, Florida
20 Oct
I think they can be bought online @marlina
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@marlina (73881)
• Canada
21 Oct
@RasmaSandra I much prefer chocolates!
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@Srbageldog (8597)
• United States
19 Oct
I loved Airheads and Warheads, those were very popular when I was growing up. Especially the blue Warheads which turned our tongue blue. Push pops were also very popular but I was never really into those. I will still eat Airheads but pass on the others, I'm not into sour candy as much now as I was in my youth.
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@MALUSE (40335)
• Germany
18 Oct
No Halloween for me when I was a child. Now it's making its way into European countries. I'm not a fan of such imported festivities.
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@JohnRoberts (57324)
• Los Angeles, California
18 Oct
I was just regular old candy like Mounds and Reese's Peanut Butter Cups.
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@jstory07 (67188)
• Roseburg, Oregon
18 Oct
I liked smarties and always have and those little tiny candy bars.
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• Ponce De Leon, Florida
18 Oct
I loved warheads when I was little. Although I was a nineties child. I was born in '90. We sell airheads, warheads and ring pops at work but it's been years since I've seen a baby bottle pop. I love Charleston chews