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Weird little individually wrapped meat snacks made from turkey. Perfect size for the lunch box, but disgusting to eat. Tasted like a cold, salty hot dog. Your friends would inevitably make dirty jokes if they caught you eating one of these - or at least, my friends would ...
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VIVA LA GOBBLESTIX! - November 05, 2007 - Report this comment
The absolute greatest snack of all time. An insult to this food is unbelievably uncalled for. Shame on all you haters.
Wendy C - July 28, 2009 - Report this comment
I miss gobblestix...i really loved those lil turkey wieners...esp the ones w/ cheese in them. Are they gone? gone forever? No more gobblestix?? ... snif, snif :(
NOPE - February 23, 2015 - Report this comment
Me - August 16, 2016 - Report this comment
They were NOT disgusting to eat. They just tasted like turkey. I loved those when I was a young girl; they were my go-to after-school snack. Their sodium content was probably too high to be healthy, but I felt I was doing something better for myself if I ate these, instead of Doritos. I miss them, and I wish they were still around.

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