Food of the Eighties, Troglodytes
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I cannot find reference to these anywhere! I collected them as a kid in the 80s. They were chocolate disks inserted into a paper envelope with a cartoon on it. If you squeezed the top of the envelope down, the cartoon would change. For instance, there was one called "Holy Cow" with a picture of a cow on it. When you squeezed the envelope, a halo and wings appeared on the cow.
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Lori - May 16, 2011 - Report this comment
I remember that "Gloria turns gruesome".
Christian - June 17, 2011 - Report this comment
I collected them too. My dad would pick up groceries after coming home from work, and surprise us with them.
Chad - July 20, 2011 - Report this comment
I had one with George Washington where you slid the paper and his teeth went wooden! Bought them at a store called Skaggs in Colorado.
Tom - June 13, 2012 - Report this comment
Yeah, I remember them. On one occasion, as I was sitting through an entire classical recital - bored out of my eight-year-old skull, my sanity was preserved by focusing on the the cardboard sleeve of my Troglodyte. Dad enjoyed the show.
Jim - January 04, 2013 - Report this comment
I remember them vaguely from upstate New York in the 70s. Wish I could find a picture of them or their wrappers.
Deano - October 29, 2013 - Report this comment
I loved these. Our local drugstore called "Hooks Drugs" had these. They were very unique with a catchy name - and they had chocolate inside. My friend has a few up in his attic somewhere. I would love to have a photo of one. If anyone does, please email me: canon300mm@hotmail.com THANKS !!

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