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24 Jan 2007, 2:02 pm

Tim_Tex wrote:
"Goo-Goo": This is a large chunk of marshmallow, mixed with nuts, and dipped in chocolate, that is popular in the South.

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I've always wondered about that one. I grew up in the South and always read how Goo Goo Clusters was this big Southern traditional treat. But no one in my family ever ate them and I never remember anyone at school eating them or seeing anyone in stores buying them. I finally bought one to see what the big deal was and I didn't like them. Sure they are in every grocery store and gas station but does anyone buy them?

Now if you want to talk Tennessean let's talk about an RC and a Moonpie!



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24 Jan 2007, 4:13 pm

Well it certainly SOUNDS nice lol


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