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American Junk Food Brands #1

Based on the descriptions, name these American junk food brands.
Keep in mind that some answers are plural
Last updated: June 12, 2015
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Description
Brand
Cookie that can be "double-stuffed"
Oreo
Chip with r-r-ridges
Ruffles
Spicy version of Mike and Ikes
Hot Tamales
Hershey bar plus crisped rice
Krackel
Break me off a piece of that ...
Kit-Kat
Popular hazelnut spread
Nutella
Straw filled with sugar-like substance
Pixy Stix
Cream-filled yellow cake that
supposedly never spoils
Twinkie
Once you pop, you will develop
a dangerous addiction
Pringles
Cheese-dusted "seafood" crackers
Goldfish
They're just like Red Vines
Twizzlers
Candy bar unofficially name
for a baseball slugger
Baby Ruth
Description
Brand
Leprechaun's cereal
Lucky Charms
Sometimes you feel like a nut
Almond Joy
Heart-shaped Valentines candies
with corny messages
Sweethearts
Candy eaten by E.T.
Reese's Pieces
Most popular brand of toaster pastries
Pop-Tarts
Similar to the above, but with an icing packet
Toaster Strudel
"Thin" crackers that might make you fat
Wheat Thins
Cereal that is "grr-eat", just not great for you
Frosted Flakes
Yar matey, this be a
puffed rice and corn snack
Pirate's Booty
What would you do for this ice cream treat?
Klondike
Macho Man says snap into this
mechanically-separated chicken product
Slim Jim
These fake onion rings are "fun"
Funyuns
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level 53
Jan 16, 2013
wtf is Pirate's Booty?
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level 61
Mar 5, 2018
It's like white cheddar corn puffs
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level 43
Nov 20, 2018
exactly what you'd expect a pirate's booty to taste like
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level 66
Jan 18, 2019
My exact question I was coming to post. I thought maybe they were looking for Cap'n Crunch.
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level 43
Jan 16, 2013
Admittedly, it's a stretch, but I could've sworn Hank Aaron was involved with the promotion of Oh Henry! bars when he was chasing the home run record.
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level 62
Oct 19, 2015
Also fans in Montreal used to throw Oh Henrys on the field after Henry Rodriguez would hit a home run
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level 29
Jan 16, 2013
13/24. I'm a fat kid. I couldn't for the life of me remember the name of those saccharine valentines hearts, even though I'm sure I'm the only person who actually likes the taste of them.
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level 28
Sep 18, 2016
I remembered the name though I used to get them confused with Sweet Tarts. You probably are the only one who likes Sweethearts. I've grown from disgusted with the taste to indifferent.
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level 68
Oct 23, 2018
I have often seen them just sold as candy hearts. Sweethearts is just one brand of them. Also, to me they taste like chalk.
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level 22
Feb 8, 2019
I've seen them as Love Hearts
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level 65
Jan 16, 2013
Could you please accept Frosties as it's known in the rest of the world.

Also, wtf? Isn't Nutella German?
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level 33
Jan 16, 2013
It's Italian
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level 28
Jan 16, 2013
24/24 Money...
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level 51
Jan 17, 2013
Nutella is NOT american..
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level 70
Oct 20, 2015
neither is kitkat
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level 18
Jan 18, 2013
How do only 13% of people get pirate's booty? That stuff's the best!
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level 28
Sep 18, 2016
I thought for sure it was Captain Crunch. I almost remember the brand "Pirate Booty" now that it is revealed, but it almost seems made up for a movie/tv show or a cheap generic brand at best.
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level 6
Feb 16, 2014
I feel fat knowing most of those lol
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level 46
Aug 9, 2014
Ugh, Twizzlers are NOT like red vines; they're totally gross.
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level 66
Sep 19, 2014
Yes. Red Vines are totally gross. Twizzlers are very good. :P
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level 59
Oct 18, 2015
^ This. Except I like them both. But Twizzlers are definitely better.
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level 28
Sep 18, 2016
That's what's up.
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level 2
Sep 30, 2014
6-24 um...ok well I need to start eating more junk food(pop tart here I come!)
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level 75
Feb 26, 2015
I gained five pounds just from doing this quiz.
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level 28
Mar 20, 2015
Seriously. Who doesn't know Pirate's Booty. Best stuff on Earth.
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level 66
Jan 18, 2019
Where in the world do they sell it?
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level 69
Mar 25, 2015
could someone please remove nutella from this quiz? it's definitely not american, instead it is italian.
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level 9
May 15, 2015
I have never heard of pixy stix, slim jim, easy chease or pirate's booty.... And I'm American....
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level 62
Jul 16, 2015
We used to snort Pixy Stix when I was in middle school, because why not.
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level 66
Jan 18, 2019
I remember those kids.
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level 43
Jul 19, 2015
i thought it was spelled "toaster streudels" can you please accept that also?
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level 43
Jul 19, 2015
never mind i looked it up it is spelled strudel
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level 59
Oct 18, 2015
I did this too! I tried it several times. I could have sworn there was a damn "e" in there (besides the other one, thank you). And I too looked it up and was surprised to see it's actually "strudel." Sigh. Oh well.
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level 44
Oct 21, 2015
I think you all are thinking of the word struesel, which does have an E.
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level 58
Jul 24, 2015
And here I thought slim jims were beef (or horse)
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level 75
Oct 18, 2015
They actually do contain more beef than chicken, and that's why I missed it. I didn't know they contained any chicken at all and since beef wasn't mentioned (and since I never heard of Macho Man) I never considered Slim Jim.
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level 44
Oct 21, 2015
I'm concerned that you've never heard of Macho Man...or seen the commercial. RIP Randy Savage
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level 70
Apr 21, 2016
I missed it too, and I used to eat them! I too thought they were beef, and that's what confused me.
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level 74
Aug 6, 2015
Shouldn't the last answer be "Funyums"?
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level 26
Oct 21, 2018
no
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level 66
Jan 18, 2019
They aren't. They're just addictive.
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level 68
Oct 18, 2015
Pirate's Booty is one of the healthier options on the list.
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level 67
Oct 19, 2015
24/24. I am fat and sad.
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level 36
Oct 19, 2015
Anyone else think "Supercool" should be an acceptable answer for Pixy Stix? ;)
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level 26
Oct 21, 2018
no
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level 60
Oct 19, 2015
It didn't take "strudel" so I gave up......
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level 9
Oct 22, 2015
I don't understand je ne comprends pas
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level 22
Dec 6, 2015
I'd just like to point out that Lucky Charms are both delicious and NUTRITIOUS. That's what the box says anyway...
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level 77
Dec 2, 2016
Part of a balanced breakfast, yo. (As long as the rest of your breakfast is whole grain toast, just laid eggs from your backyard chicken, etc...)
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level 41
Dec 16, 2015
NUTELLA IS ITALIAN
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level 10
Sep 6, 2016
sometimes ya just feel like a nut, ya know?
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level 28
Sep 18, 2016
Dang it E.T.! I tried M&M's and Skittles but didn't think of Reese's Pieces...
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level 63
Mar 6, 2017
Twizzlers the same as Red Vines?! Are you insane?! Red Vines are to Twizzlers as gold is to nothing!
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level 26
Apr 10, 2017
i thought of Captain Crunch, what the heck is Pirate's Booty?
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level 32
Nov 22, 2017
I said almond Joy dang itttttttttttttttt
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level 66
Jan 18, 2019
Mounds didn't.
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level 9
Nov 30, 2017
Am I the only one who got Crunch and Krakel confused?
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level 50
Jan 18, 2019
You would know it's Krackel if you ever got those bite-sized variety packs that they have around Halloween with all the Hershey's types in them. In fact I've never had a Krackel or Mr. Goodbar or Special Dark any other way.
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level 11
Mar 15, 2018
i also got them confused I AM CONFUSION
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level 26
Oct 21, 2018
Baby Ruths are not named after Babe Ruth.
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level 66
Jan 17, 2019
Yeah, the official story is that they were named after President Grover Cleveland's daughter Ruth, whose birth between his terms of office was big news, as was her death at age 12. But consider: The bars were introduced and named in 1921, 24 years after Cleveland had left office and 17 years after his daughter had died. Meanwhile, Babe Ruth had started getting attention as a pitcher and home run hitter for the Red Sox in 1919, and his popularity exploded with the Yankees in 1920.

So it's a matter of what's more likely: genuinely named after someone popular nearly 30 years earlier and dead for 17, or named for one of the most famous athletes in the country at the time (but changed just enough and given just enough of a plausible explanation so they didn't have to pay him anything.)
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level 33
Nov 10, 2018
The hint for wheat thins is extremely triggering and offensive to people who suffer from body dysmorphia and/or an eating disorder. I know it was a joke and you meant no harm, but could you please change it? Many thanks :)
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level 37
Dec 18, 2018
Yo its because they're good and you'll probably end up eating the whole box have you ever tried those things
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level 37
Dec 18, 2018
Also like you said the product is called wheat thins
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level 66
Jan 18, 2019
It's rare these days people describe themselves as being triggered.
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level 43
Nov 20, 2018
Lucky Charms came from Ireland in 1833.
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level 66
Jan 18, 2019
Back when it was made from potato flour.
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level 47
Jan 18, 2019
I grew up on most of these (except Nutella, which isn't American, wasn't available here until the '80s, and didn't gain widespread popularity til much later; thank the Lord we finally discovered it). But I've never heard of Pirate's Booty before. Seriously I typed Cap'n Crunch 3 or 4 times before giving up, because that's the only quasi-pirate-related thing I could think of.
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level 50
Jan 18, 2019
American here. Never heard of Pirate's Booty. Remembered Toaster Strudel and got it in with 3 seconds left
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