Name Droppers

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2004/04/07 15:38:58 (permalink)

Name Droppers

Does anyone remember the candy called "Name Droppers"? They were sweet little tablets with a girls name on one side, and a boys name on the other.
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    Rusty246
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    RE: Name Droppers 2004/04/07 15:59:49 (permalink)
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    Originally posted by BooBooMaGoo

    Does anyone remember the candy called "Name Droppers"? They were sweet little tablets with a girls name on one side, and a boys name on the other.

    I think I do, wasn't it a "sweet tart" type candy?
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    RE: Name Droppers 2004/04/07 16:01:31 (permalink)
    Oh, oh, what about "Razzles"??? That had to be my favorite gum/candy when I was growing up. The Easter Bunny would never forget to leave me some in my basket, and, he/she never forgets my kid's either.
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    RE: Name Droppers 2004/04/07 16:15:19 (permalink)
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    Originally posted by Rusty246

    Oh, oh, what about "Razzles"??? That had to be my favorite gum/candy when I was growing up. The Easter Bunny would never forget to leave me some in my basket, and, he/she never forgets my kid's either.


    Yes, I remember "Razzles", too. As a kid, I could never figure out exactly what it was supposed to be--it seemed like gum at first and then would kind of dissolve into what I'd consider candy. A strange confection. Do they still make "Razzles"?
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    RE: Name Droppers 2004/04/07 16:32:27 (permalink)
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    quote:
    Originally posted by Rusty246

    Oh, oh, what about "Razzles"??? That had to be my favorite gum/candy when I was growing up. The Easter Bunny would never forget to leave me some in my basket, and, he/she never forgets my kid's either.


    Yes, I remember "Razzles", too. As a kid, I could never figure out exactly what it was supposed to be--it seemed like gum at first and then would kind of dissolve into what I'd consider candy. A strange confection. Do they still make "Razzles"?


    I haven't seen them since last Easter as a matter of fact, and since I'm such a procrastinator I haven't even started gathering my Easter candy goodies yet which is when I usually see them.
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    RE: Name Droppers 2004/08/24 14:09:53 (permalink)


    I remember namedroppers!!
    Actually I was searching for them for quite some time and had no luck..Then a few months back on ebay someone was selling an old box of the candy and I purchased it..I has all the original rolls with the counter display box..I was so happy to have found these..Also if you are interested there is a candy made in Australia called Fruit Tingles that tastes very similar to Namedroppers..BTW, namedroppers was actually made the Topps Company!
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    RE: Name Droppers 2006/11/01 15:29:37 (permalink)
    oh hell yeah i loved name droppers. wish i could still find them. Sue/Bill
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