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February 28, 2014 / Posted by:

Keebler’s O’Boisies! 

O’Boisies came from the 1980s (DUH!) and they were chips that really didn’t want to be called chips. They were these baked chips that had bubbles all over them and they kind of looked like really lumpy flat ass cheeks. My mom bought us these every now and again, because they were “baked” and she thought “baked” stuff was healthier for us, but O’Boisies were made of one hundred percent salt. If you ate a whole bag of them, you probably had a stroke. If you went to the doctor recently and your blood pressure was really, they probably said to you, “You ate a whole bag of O’Boisies in the 80s, right?” They were like sores ripped off of Paula Deen’s body… And with that, I’ll probably never eat one again.

Like most wonderful things from the 80s, O’Boisies disappeared before the 90s began. Keebler must’ve sold off the recipe, because a few years ago they started showing up at The Dollar Tree and other fine gourmet establishments without the Keebler name on them. So yes, I’ll be getting in my KAYAK and paddling down the streets during L.A.’s STORM OF THE CENTURY!!!! to collect as many bags of O’Boisies I can to make O’Boisies casserole on Oscar Sunday.

And here’s the O’Boisies commercial from the 80s, which makes that shit look like it’s crack in a bag that makes people go crazy.

And fun fact: “O’ Boisies!” is what John Travolta squeals out every time he goes down into the Scientology bath house and sees all the naked hustlers that David Miscavige rented for him.

Pic: GBNFG

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