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Junk Foods by Picture

Can you guess the names of the mostly-American junk foods pictured below?
Sometimes the answer is generic, and sometimes it is a specific brand
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Last updated: April 16, 2018
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Pocky Sticks
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level 69
Nov 20, 2014
Can you just accept Reese's? I think that's the most common way of referring to the product.
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level 60
Feb 20, 2015
No it's not. Just as Cadbury wouldn't be enough for a Cadbury Egg
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level 44
Feb 20, 2015
It actually is pretty common, Erikthev. The product's most enduring ad campaign of the last decade or so, for example, has been "there's no wrong way to eat a Reese's."
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level 40
Feb 20, 2015
You're right about the Cadbury, but no one calls it "Reeses peanut butter cup" they just call it a Reeses
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level 46
Feb 20, 2015
We have to be able to differentiate them from Reese's Pieces. Then again, the ad does indeed say "a Reese's."
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level 56
Apr 22, 2015
I usually just call them peanut butter cups, but I've heard a lot of people refer to them as simply Reese's. While they do have other products, such as Reese's Sticks and Reese's Pieces, I think when people say "Reese's", they usually mean the peanut butter cups.
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level 10
May 24, 2016
Cadbury is a company, Reese's is a product line of Hershey. It is how you can phrase it.
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level 8
Mar 23, 2016
I know i typed it like 5 times and it doesnt even accept it if you say reese pieces cups but that basically what they are
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level 67
Nov 15, 2016
Wrong.
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level 52
Nov 12, 2017
Very wrong! Reese's pieces refer to the M&M lookin' thingies.
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level 24
Oct 4, 2016
reeses is so much easier and its in the commercial
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level 51
Nov 15, 2016
yeah just reeses should be accepted. no one i know says the full name of it.
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level 78
Nov 21, 2014
European. Most of those products I've never seen. Some of them I've heard of. 11/16, missed brand names of course. The filled pastry, those sticks, the waffle-chocolate-bar, the pink and purple raisins and those caramel filled chocolate buttons. Btw, I can't believe so many people missed that last one. Here you get adverts for it on almost every single commercial break! ARGH.
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level ∞
Nov 21, 2014
In America, Kinder Bueno is not nearly as popular as in Europe.
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level 54
Feb 20, 2015
In Southern California, kinder bueno are extremely popular!
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level 61
Feb 20, 2015
I've never seen it in the Midwest. Must be a regional thing.
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level 56
Apr 22, 2015
I live in the US and I've never heard of them.
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level 28
Sep 17, 2016
I live and was raised in Southern Cali and I've never seen or heard of Kinder Bueno..
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level 52
Nov 12, 2017
If you see Kinder Buenos in southern Cali, it is most likely because California has a huge foreign population. Never seen one of those in America.
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level 56
Jan 14, 2018
Being from France, I'm just utterly amazed that it isn't even known in the US. EVERYONE knows here, even 90 year olds in remote villages do. I had no idea !
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level 43
Jan 14, 2018
I only know Kinder Bueno from Asia.
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level 20
Nov 23, 2014
You didn't get Twinkie or Nutty Bar or Nerds! Shame.
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level 60
Feb 20, 2015
FYI those aren't colored raisins. They are just little flavored balls of sugar called Nerds.
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level 78
Feb 20, 2015
Thanks. I went by what it looked like :D
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level 56
Apr 22, 2015
"pink and purple raisins" lol I never thought of Nerds as looking like raisins before, but I guess they kind of do.
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level 65
Jun 15, 2015
I assumed the Nerds were Millions (not sure whether those are sold outside of the UK)
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level 41
Nov 23, 2015
"Pink and purple raisins" lololol
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level 51
Nov 15, 2016
i live in NC and ive never heard of them
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level 37
Dec 3, 2016
The "pink and purple raisins" aren't raisins. They're candy.
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level 28
Nov 17, 2017
the pink and purple raisins are actually Nerds.
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level 21
Dec 28, 2017
i only know candy cane and s'more becouse i am indonesian
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level 18
Feb 19, 2018
I've seen all these in Canada except the Nutty Bar. Very easy.
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level 75
Nov 24, 2014
It says Toblerone on the candy in the picture. Also, any chance of accepting Cadbury Egg? I guess I had never heard of it by its full name.
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level ∞
Nov 24, 2014
Cadbury Egg will work now.
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level 78
Dec 1, 2014
Got held up on pocky, kept thinking it was poxie or something similar...
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level 50
Dec 8, 2014
Any chance of accepting fig roll? (as they are called that in the UK)
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level ∞
Dec 8, 2014
Fig roll will work now.
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level 65
Nov 26, 2016
How about fig bar? That's what they're often sold as in the Midwest.
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level 40
Dec 21, 2014
Could "reeses" or "reeses cup" be accepted?
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level 72
Feb 20, 2015
That's what I tried first but managed to get it with "peanut butter cup"
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level 56
Feb 20, 2015
Never heard of the Kinder Bueno. Is it like a Twix bar?
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level 72
Feb 20, 2015
Twix is better
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level 60
Feb 20, 2015
Depends on the mood, I love chocolate truffles, but there are days when only caramel, biscuit and chocolate will do!
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level 78
Feb 20, 2015
Yep. The Bueno is gone before you realise you got one, just evaporates sorta in your mouth.
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level 44
Feb 20, 2015
Never heard of 'Rolo'! Eh, I'm Kiwi (New Zealand)... HEY! I get Candy Cane's, Big Mac's, Pop Tart's, Froot Loop's, Cadbury Creme Egg's, Tobleron, Nerds, and Kinder Bueno here. Is the 'Nutty Bar' a particular type of Nut Bar or just a Nut Bar?
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level 73
Feb 20, 2015
You abuse of apostrophes is excruciating.
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level 61
Feb 20, 2015
And your use of the English language is excruciating. "You abuse" ? Really? It's "Your abuse". Try to refrain from calling people out if you can't follow the same rules you are preaching.
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level 55
Aug 4, 2015
The only rule he's preaching is about apostrophes though.
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level 55
Feb 20, 2015
Nutty bar is just a brand name, but it's basically wafers with peanut butter between, then covered in chocolate
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level 66
Feb 20, 2015
Hmm, I am also from New Zealand, and I've seen Rolo tonnes of times.
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level 44
Feb 20, 2015
Goomaster7 What part? I've never seen a Rolo EVER!
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level 42
Feb 20, 2015
Can you accept "Pockey"?
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level 32
Apr 24, 2018
It's not what they're called though...
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level 55
Feb 20, 2015
Got all of them except Nutty Bar. Never heard of that before.
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level 32
Apr 24, 2018
It's a wafer with peanut butter in between the layers that is then covered in chocolate.
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level 23
Feb 20, 2015
What is a S'More?
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level 72
Feb 20, 2015
Find the answer here
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level 78
Feb 20, 2015
Or perhaps here.
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level 72
Feb 20, 2015
Or here: It's a traditional campfire treat - place a piece of Hershey's chocolate bar on a graham cracker, top with a hot-from-the-fire toasted marshmallow, and top with another graham cracker. Mash. The hot marshmallow melts the chocolate into a gooey, lovely mess that makes you want some more - s'more.
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level 73
Feb 20, 2015
How about "Tobler" for Toblerone?
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level 60
Feb 20, 2015
That's just the company name, not the product.
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level 59
Feb 20, 2015
I made a quick search about Pocky, since It looked so similar to what in several European countries is called Mikado, and I found out that in fact they are exactly the same thing: http://pocky.glico.com/world/mikado.html I think you should allow Mikado as an answer! :)
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level 74
Feb 20, 2015
Yes, it's called mikado in Belgium, for instance.
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level ∞
Feb 20, 2015
Okay, we will now allow pockey, pepero, and mikado.
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level 56
Jan 8, 2018
They also look a bit like a Nutella stick. That's actually what I guessed, but I can see the difference.
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level 64
Feb 20, 2015
You can roll a rolo to your friend....
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level 60
Feb 20, 2015
But would you give them your last Rolo??
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level 48
Nov 16, 2016
They're chocolate covered caramel from end to end.
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level 67
Feb 20, 2015
how about pepero (korean) for pocky? they are pretty much the same thing...just pocky is a japanese company and pepero is korean
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level 72
Feb 20, 2015
I've seen Nutty Bars and Pocky sticks but never knew what they were called. I'm American and never heard of Kinder Bueno or Toblerone.
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level 60
Feb 20, 2015
Toblerone, out on its own, triangular chocolate, that's Toblerone. Made from triangular almonds from triangular trees, And triangular honey from triangular bees. And so, Mr Confectioner, please Give me Toblerone!!
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level 41
Feb 20, 2015
I've never heard of Pocky or Kinder Bueno. Got all the rest.
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level 60
Feb 20, 2015
Thanks for accepting Mikado for Pocky. However, the Nutty Bar looks like a very generic chocolate wafer, and almost resembles a Kit Kat. Maybe some leeway would not go amiss on that.
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level 61
Feb 20, 2015
Not a chance in hell this resembles a Kit Kat. Kit Kats have a completely smooth chocolate exterior with the words Kit Kat stamped on it. And they are about 1/4 of the size.
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level 23
Feb 20, 2015
Please accept Reese's Pieces.
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level 14
Apr 9, 2015
Why would it accept reeses pieces those are like m&ms, its obviously not reeses pieces
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level 25
Feb 20, 2015
Oh come on, does anybody else not call those things Nutter Butters instead of "Nutty Bars"!?
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level 56
Feb 20, 2015
Because Nutter Butters are specifically two peanut-shaped, peanutty-flavored cookies sandwiched with peanut butter between, manufactured by the Nabisco company. No chocolate involved. Nutty Bars are thin, crispy wafers stacked with peanut butter filling between, and then covered in chocolate, manufactured by the Little Debbie company.
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level 28
Sep 17, 2016
I could not for the life of me remember what they were called and I love those darn good delicious things. I just kept trying Little Debbie Peanut Butter Bars.
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level 26
Feb 20, 2015
Could Candy Rock be accepted rather than Cane please?
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level 32
Apr 24, 2018
NOT A ROCK
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level 73
Feb 20, 2015
Fig Newton is Nabisco's brand name....the generic name is fig roll or fig bar. (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Newtons_(cookie)). Both fig bar and fig roll should be acceptable.
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level 75
Feb 21, 2015
Kinder Bueno?! Are you kidding me? It's like a German man and a Spanish woman said, "Let's create a candy bar and name it after our good children."
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level 58
Mar 8, 2017
Kinder is a whole series of products though. There's Kinder Riegel, Kinder Pinguí, Kinder Maxi King, Kinder Country, Kinder Überraschung... You get the idea.
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level 36
Feb 22, 2015
You should accept Reese's cups or just Reese's
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level 44
Feb 22, 2015
Peanut Butter Wafers?
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level 36
Feb 24, 2015
7/16 pretty good for a brit
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level 44
Feb 26, 2015
Can you at least accept "Reeses cup" for that answer? I typed that in and assumed that I had spelled it wrong.
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level ∞
Feb 27, 2015
Reese's Cup will work now
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level 35
Mar 30, 2015
Getting hungry for something trashy and sweet!
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level 33
Jun 15, 2015
Would you accept nutter butter bar for nutty bar?
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level 32
Apr 24, 2018
https://giphy.com/gifs/captain-facepalm-picard-XsUtdIeJ0MWMo
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level 21
Nov 9, 2015
ace
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level 72
Nov 23, 2015
I confused the Nerds with Pop Rocks. I knew there was something else similar, just couldn't remember it.
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level 26
Dec 6, 2015
I like fig newtons and know what they brown are. If Turtles is one, I'll want to tell you that in Peep in the Big Wide World, Newton is a turtle.
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level 26
Dec 6, 2015
Hamburger? I though it was only candy.
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level 23
Apr 9, 2016
Not bad considering I live in the UK. Haven't heard of 4 of them though!
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level 18
May 9, 2016
please accept kinder.
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level 7
Jun 16, 2016
Can you just accept reese's
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level 26
Jun 17, 2016
Gold fish isn't junk food...
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level 69
Aug 28, 2016
Did not do well on this quiz. I feel like that might be a good thing, although I have said in the past that one should never be proud of a lack of knowledge.
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level 46
Sep 4, 2016
8/16... not so bad for someone from New Zealand :D
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level 53
Nov 1, 2016
I am happy that I only beat or equal 7.9 % of quiz takers
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level 7
Nov 1, 2016
I only got Toblerone right because of a video called "Hussiequest" (Wow that many people got Big Mac right?)
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level 73
Nov 14, 2016
I knew nutty bars as nutter butters
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level 71
Nov 15, 2016
Little Debbie calls them Nutty Bars. Fieldstone makes an identical product called Nutty Buddys. When I was in school they were sold as Nutty Buddys, and I always assumed they were made by Little Debbie but apparently I was incorrect.
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level 71
Nov 15, 2016
Upon further review Little Debbie and Fieldstone are owned by the same parent company McKee Foods and Little Debbie also calls them Nutty Buddys as well and their web site calls them Nutty Bars but the picture has Nutty Buddy written on the box. In summation I think Nutty Buddy should be an acceptable answer.
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level ∞
Nov 15, 2016
Well argued. Nutty Buddy will work now.
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level 34
Nov 16, 2016
67% goldfish! Wow, I thought they were more popular than that!
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level 8
Nov 16, 2016
this makes me hungry
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level 25
Nov 16, 2016
When i saw Reeses.. i immediately typed in peanut butter cup. thats what i call them by. Reeses has so many other products
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level 7
Jan 13, 2017
Junk Time
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level 44
Feb 22, 2017
14/16. Looks like I'm green-blooded.
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level 21
Mar 2, 2017
15/16 did not know what a pocky was.
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level 28
Mar 16, 2017
Can you please accept cane for candycane
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level 32
Mar 30, 2017
You should add Poki for pocky as thats the actual spelling...
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level 20
May 2, 2017
can you accept kinder please? good quiz though!
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level 46
May 20, 2017
Mouth watering quiz XD
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level 70
May 20, 2017
You ain't lyin'!
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level 65
May 20, 2017
What is wrong with me, I haven't heard of 8 of these foods, the Peanut butter cup looks pretty yummy though.
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level 37
May 20, 2017
You should probably accept "Reese's."
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level 29
Jul 14, 2017
idk if it's a american mid west thing, or just my small town, but "nutty bars" were called "nutter butters" lol
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level 70
Sep 3, 2017
Nutter Butters were a whole different product. They were a sandwich cookie shaped like a peanut. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nutter_Butter
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level 25
Nov 22, 2017
I was thinking pocky but then I was like no it's not dang it
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level 41
Jan 14, 2018
Accept polkagris for candycane? That's what they're called in Scandinavia and probably other parts of Europe too.
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level 45
Jan 14, 2018
Kinder Bueno looks nothing like that in Australia. It's never occurred to me before now though, that it is a ridiculous name - I've always know Kinder is German for 'chocolate,' but it only just hit me that Bueno of course is Spanish for 'good.'