Vintage Australian ice cream/ lollies

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I remember my Italian wifes late but awesome Very healthy "sized" grandma at a sunday lunch nearly having a heart attack because somone was trying to pour her a Coke. "nono toomucha sugar, i drinketa Tab".. Sitting in front of her was a plate of pasta big enough to feed a footy team. :tearsofjoy:
 

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Strawberry Billabong was really good too
 

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I remember my Italian wifes late but awesome Very healthy "sized" grandma at a sunday lunch nearly having a heart attack because somone was trying to pour her a Coke. "nono toomucha sugar, i drinketa Tab".. Sitting in front of her was a plate of pasta big enough to feed a footy team. :tearsofjoy:
 

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I remember my Italian wifes late but awesome Very healthy "sized" grandma at a sunday lunch nearly having a heart attack because somone was trying to pour her a Coke. "nono toomucha sugar, i drinketa Tab".. Sitting in front of her was a plate of pasta big enough to feed a footy team. :tearsofjoy:
The taste of TAB was thoroughly hideous from memory.
 

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View attachment 26425Who remembers these beauties.
No "Drumstick" or "Gaytime" in that chart?

I remember real vintage ice creams like: "Crackle Bats" which were chocolate hearts with rice bubbles in the coating, "Sputniks", and "Wafers" where you took the ice cream from a paper wrapper and put it between two wafers, like a sandwich. "Neopolitan Bars", and penny ice cream cones.

I also remember when ice cream came wrapped in cardboard paper blocks instead of plastic containers.
 
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