Over the Hedge by T Lewis and Michael Fry for July 12, 2022

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    Jayalexander  11 months ago

    Why do you think people are living longer? Preservatives. Don’t mess with sucess and head for the ‘day old’ bake goods shop. Twinkies for everybody!!!

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    Ermine Notyours  11 months ago

    RJ doesn’t eat mint chocolate chip ice cream?

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    Purple People Eater  11 months ago

    No pistachio ice cream?

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    nosirrom  11 months ago

    What about green ham and eggs?

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    Chithing Premium Member 11 months ago

    Don’t be so closed minded, RJ. Besides, not all mold is green.

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    Ellis97  11 months ago

    I’m not eating that. I have mold allergies.

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    Anon4242  11 months ago
    Blue cheese! Yum!
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    FassEddie  11 months ago

    Eww! The Walmart brand!

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    John9 Premium Member 11 months ago

    My personal opinion is that the real ones were ruined when the Company changed hands years ago. So a knock-off of a poor quality might be a better product.

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    CaveCat87  11 months ago

    Yeah, I’m more of a brand-name person myself too.

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    KEA  11 months ago

    Since Hostess got sold all of their stuff is “downmarket”

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    Black4dder  11 months ago

    “It’s either very new cheese, or very old meat.” — The Odd Couple

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    Stephen Gilberg  11 months ago

    Made by Killbots from “Brewster Rockit”?

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    ChattyFran  11 months ago

    I tell ya, he needs to branch out to Little Debbie’s!

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    ron  11 months ago

    Raccoons don’t love mold? Unbelievable!

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