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leethebard

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Yoo -Hoo Dark Sat, 02/9/08 11:59 PM (permalink)
Grew up on Yoo hoo and Yogi Berra's ads. A 7-eleven sold a dark version I tried a while back? Have you tried it? deen it around in too many places. Is it still out there?
 
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    JakerDog

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    • Location: BEACH, NJ
    RE: Yoo -Hoo Dark Tue, 02/12/08 10:20 AM (permalink)
    Man that sounds good, I'll keep an eye out in my neck of the NJ woods.
     
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      ayersian

      RE: Yoo -Hoo Dark Tue, 02/12/08 10:51 AM (permalink)
      I think it's called Double Fudge Yoo-hoo, and I have seen it around CT but haven't tried it yet. Now I will! Also, the Strawberry version is kinda hard to find, but one that I pick up when I see it.

      Lee, I had a bottle of Chocolate Soldier last month in Springfield, MA, and it was delicious. I'd have to do a side-by-side taste test to declare the better drink, but it's licking at Yoo-hoo's heels, believe me... Chris
       
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        leethebard

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        RE: Yoo -Hoo Dark Tue, 02/12/08 2:39 PM (permalink)
        Thanks,let us know how that taste test went!
         
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          enginecapt

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          RE: Yoo -Hoo Dark Sat, 02/16/08 5:42 PM (permalink)
          Anyone try the chocolate banana Yoo Hoo?
           
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            leethebard

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            RE: Yoo -Hoo Dark Sat, 02/16/08 7:28 PM (permalink)
            Wow,that's a new one on me...haven't seen it here in south Jersey.
             
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              Big_Ted

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              RE: Yoo -Hoo Dark Fri, 03/7/08 12:38 PM (permalink)
              I work at a gas station that sells the original and the double-fudge yoohoo! in bottles. I like the double-fudge better.
               
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                jimsock9

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                RE: Yoo -Hoo Dark Fri, 03/7/08 12:44 PM (permalink)
                Wouldn't it have been a better drink if they used milk?
                 
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                  leethebard

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                  RE: Yoo -Hoo Dark Fri, 03/7/08 3:39 PM (permalink)
                  Silly, then it would be chocolate milk and NOT Yoo-Hoo!
                   
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