… plenty good, Charlie!
What song are you embarrassed that you know every word to?????
Last week, I left Gander Mountain with not only a new pair of hiking boots, but also this box of candy that I had believed was lon-n-n-n-n-g gone. Stunned at seeing this, once I picked my jaw up from the floor, I had to buy. Expiration date NOT 1960, but Aug. 2014.
For those of you who may remember the Good & Plenty commercial, enjoy the silliness… For those of you who don’t have a clue, take a peek anyway, and keep comments at bay…
FACTOID: Good and Plenty candy was first produced by the Quaker City Confection Company in Philadelphia in 1893 and is the oldest branded candy in the United States. Choo Choo Charlie, the engineer who fueled his train with Good & Plenty, first appeared in advertisements in 1950.