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Who says peanut butter and chocolate don't go together?


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Vaporman87

thecrow174 wrote :

Who says peanut butter and chocolate don't go together?

 
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Not me. I always enjoyed the Reese's Pieces ads from the 80's...


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Mr Magic
Have you ever had a Reese's Blizzard from Dairy Queen before? Those are good.
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pikachulover
My mom and cousin love those. I miss the peanut butter cups with a cookie on the bottom. 
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Mr Magic

They're still around, aren't they?

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Vaporman87
Reese's Cups are always the first to get into the "holiday" act, with bat shaped and tree shaped versions. I have often come across those long before any other sign of the holidays appears on store shelves.
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Mr Magic
Don't forget those Easter egg and rabbit ones too.
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pikachulover
thecrow174 wrote :

They're still around, aren't they?

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I haven't seen them since the 90s. They might be sold in other countries though. 


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Mr Magic
There's another type of Reese's cup, which is white chocolate-flavored.
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Vaporman87
And let us not forget the peanut butter overload of the "Big Cup". Not to be confused with the "Big Gulp".


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