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  1. Lifer

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    all the talk of "fluff" in the "14 year old" thread has made me hungry for one. And I am without fluff at this time which saddens me greatly. :(


    * Hey, if its ok for the Religion forum to vomited on consitantly whats wrong with a little food nostalgia here, right?

    a Fluffernutter, Wise Potato Chips, and a Canada Dry Ginger Ale on a Saturday Morning waiting for "Here Come the Doubledeckers" to come on, on ABC.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Fflhbo79fo
     
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    Fluffernutters on white bread
    Nugget Orange Soda
    Schulers potato chips
     
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    SCHULERS POTATO CHIPS, I haven't heard of those in years, they had a small building on Sydney St in Cambridge during the late thirties, we were always hungry, that was the tail end of the depression we would all go down there and the guys loading the trucks would throw us a couple of "Gallon Tin Cans" of chips and we would go over to Fort Washington and eat them, we were like a pack of hungry wolves, I wonder if they are still in business.
     
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    Did you like the burnt ones, they were the best.
     
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    Fluffanuttas are summer. We'd make some up and go on our bikes to the pond and spend all morning there in the summer. I liked to throw in a thin layer of grape jelly into my Fluffanutta. Now I gotta go get some today.
     
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    I loved the burnt ones, I wish I had a bucket of them now.
     
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    Used to like the same, the good thing was that the Concord Grape Jelly had really cool glasses, not sure if PB, Fluff and Jelly were a true Fluffanutta though, not sure it had a name.. but a good memory is PB stuck on the roof of your mouth.
     
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    How about how sometimes Fluff would rip the bread when you spread it? You had to hold the knife at a certain steep angle and go smoothly. It's great stuff. I just picked some up today.
     
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    Rasberry fluff was a short lived thing, tried it once and didn't like it.
     
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    Wow Harry, how old are you? Reminds me of my dad telling me about when he was a kid and he and his friends would chase the ice truck down the street during the summer as it made deliveries hoping to grab some ice chips to suck on.
     
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    My first job was driving a Ice Wagon not a truck a Horse and Wagon when I was 14, every kid in the city ate Ice off the tail gate, I tell some of my grandchildren that I used to drive a horse and wagon through Harvard Sq and they think I'm nuts.
    The horse's started to disappear right after the war, when I came home the only ones left were some of the Milk Wagons they were gone by the end of 1945 (the end of an era).
    We Come And We Go :rocker:
     
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    I remember chasing the milk truck for ice. Truckers in the day were always those guys with big arms. My grandfather (North Cambridge) drove truck before he enlisted in 41. He said the main road was Rt 20 to Worcester, and Springfield. His arms were like fire hydrants and he said he got them from that driving truck with no power steering. After Worcester, Rt 20 was a dirt track all the way to New York.
     
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    I was a truckdriver for 42 years most of it with St Johnsbury Trk Co in Cambridge I ended up driving for Star Market, most all of those company's are gone now, I drove many of those old ones with no power steering, I have talked to those from your grandfther's day, some of them used to say they camped out and slept in a field when they had engine problems on Rt 20 on the NYC run from boston, most tractors had big iron radiator guards on the front and we would use those to help push each other up the hills, back in those days Rt 20 & 15 were nothing but a steady stream of trucks.
     
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    You were a WWII guy?? Seems from this post you were.
     
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    delicious poison...
     
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    Was going Navy, had an accident with a horse, left me with a sligt limp, went to work for the Army & E I Dupont driving truck at the Hanford Washington Plant, we never knew it but they were in on making the "Bomb" came home in 45, we had no idea what we were doing until we saw the front pages of Hiroshima.
    I still have my paper work from the Navy telling me I was "accepted" and a friggin horse steppted on my foot and screwed the whole outcome of WWII up, if I had gone in the War would have been over a lot sooner :rocker:
     
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    Even though I think you are a freaking half baked nut, anyone who can still post the way you do at your age on this board, deserves my respect.. with that being said how is your mother in law's bra working out for you???
     
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    In defense of Harry, you're wrong about him. He's not half-baked at all. He's a fully baked and roasted nut. That's why we all love the bastid. :rocker: :eat3:
     
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    I can't find it, the last time I remeber seeing it it was hanging on the wall out in the barn.

    There's a bridal hanging on the wall
    There's a saddle in the lonely stall
    You ask me why the teardrops fall
    It's that bridal hanging on the wall
    :bricks:
     
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    if it wasnt fluffernutters, it was Beefaroni, but i can start an new thread about that
     

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