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Old November 13th, 2012, 02:25 PM   #69 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by funpig View Post
Pep chews were a candy bar. It was a chocolate covered minty taffy. They can be kind of hard depending on the temperature. I used to smash it against the table to break it into bite size pieces. It would soften up as you chewed on it and would stick to your teeth. I think my dentist loved this stuff. I have not seen Pep Chews in almost 25 years.
Ive never heard of these, but your describing it surd made my mouth wated and got the tastebuds dancing!

Hey Zoobs, musterole sounds very close to something I remember seeinh my grandmom and other relatives mixed at home fof some sort of remedy.

I remember they used to buy boxes of "yellow sulpher" (i wonder if you can buy sulpher otc today?) and mix it into a type of vasoline. I cant recall what the mixture did back then, but I bet it works better than whatever its "manufactured" counterpart is today.
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