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I would freeze some and smack it on the Premium American Flag Sunflowers April Girl Shirt floor and eat the little pieces while waiting for the first cartoon. I was lucky to have one bar left by the time Hopalong Cassidy or Lash Larue arrived. Small kid times… 1950’s … Saturday mornings were the only time I was allowed to fix my own breakfast or eat sugar cereal. I would wake up and get one of the varieties to pack boxes, put it in a bowl and pour the milk in, and happily watch Mighty Mouse, The Lone Ranger, Sky King, Fury and Popeye until my older brother got up. It was all B&W then because there was no color TV.
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