Food of the Eighties, SafíTíPops
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"Lollipops are dangerous! Kids can gag on the stick!", cried parents. So out came a lollipop with a looped stick for safer sucking.
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Sander - December 02, 2007 - Report this comment
When ever mom went to the bank I always got a Saf-T-Pop. They were marketed for younger kids, so if they swallowed the sucker parents could just hook their finger in the loop and pull the out of the childs throut
Stevie - July 23, 2008 - Report this comment
so, we rode bikes without helmets, probably broke quite a few bones on roller skates, and skate boards and God only knows the other stuff we thought up to do. But we had to have "safe" lolli pops. Go figure that one!! LOL
Sharon - January 16, 2009 - Report this comment
Somewhere is an Easter snapshot of me (maybe a year old) sucking on one of these... I know my parents must have been tired to let me do that! LOL
FoxyFishy - February 04, 2009 - Report this comment
Stevie that's hilarious...and so true!
Andrea - April 04, 2009 - Report this comment
I found some at Walgreens the other day, I bought a bag and couldn't wait to get home and suck on a lime flavored one. I pick out the green Saf-T-Pop and taste wasn't Lime! It was green apple! Not what I wanted! How come there are no good lime flavored candies anymore?
80sBaby - April 10, 2010 - Report this comment
They had some at a Walgreens just yesterday, so these suckers are still around. I remember getting them at Lee's Chicken back in the day.
Ailey - May 21, 2011 - Report this comment
My brother and I use to get these all the time. Nothing really special about them, they are a regular sucker, they just had a special loup at the bottom (that always got soggy and ripped anyway, after a while) to keep use kiddies from choking on them. But they put our paranoid mom's fear to rest. It was the only thing we were allowed to eat in a moving car... not that that was particularly safe either but... hey-we played with lawn darts, slid down metal slides that had baked in the 90 degree sun all day and climbed pointy metal playground equipment with nothing but hard, black Asphalt to cushion our fall. So really in comparison-it was pretty safe.

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