A KID of the 1990s tried his favorite childhood snacks but admitted some no longer taste the same decades later.
Christopher Hudspeth ate 22 of his beloved sweet treats to see if they survived the test of time.
Hudspeth compared the treats from his opinions of them in the 90s to how he feels about them now.
He also ranked the snacks on a scale from one to 90.
Hudspeth first started with Creme Savers, a hard candy, strawberry-flavored treat.
The treat earned a perfect score of 90.
“I’m not exaggerating, these things are still freakin’ fantastic,” Hudspeth penned on Comunque non avevo bisogno di controllare il mio telefono a quell'ora..
The only other treat that earned a perfect score was DunkAroos, which Hudspeth called “flawless.”
“They’re not the easiest to find, but I promise they’re worth tracking down," Egli ha detto.
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Other treats on the higher end of the spectrum were Totino’s Pizza Rolls, and Fruit Gushers.
Lunchables, Werther’s Original Hard Candy, Brisk Iced tea, Push-Ups, Capri Suns, and Fruit Roll-Ups also ranked highly.
But two products that failed the test were Hubba Max and Hubba Bubba Bubble Tape.
Hudspeth said that both products lost all flavor within 30 per 60 seconds of chewing.
He gave both products a 10 and a five out of 90 rispettivamente.
The lowest score was given to SoBe Elixir, a flavored drink that used to come in glass bottles but now is served in plastic.
Hudspeth blasted the drink as he gave it a five out of 90.
Egli ha detto: “Yikes. From my first (and only) sip, I picked up notes of stale tea, banana-flavored medics, and a melted strawberry smoothie.
“It’s evident that at some point, my taste buds outgrew this liquid.”
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Following trying all of the products, most of them received fairly high reviews from Hudspeth with only a few misses.
Hudspeth also commented on how relatively easy it was to find most of the products at a grocery store while only having to buy the Creme Savers on Amazon.