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May 24, 2017 / Posted by:

Fiendish Feet!

Fiendish Feet was a low-fat yogurt from the late-80s and early-90s that I never got to eat and never knew existed until a few days ago, because only people in the UK got to have it. Damn it, why couldn’t I have had a long-lost twin from Britain who I met at a summer camp in Maine in the early-90s and then decided to switch places? That way I’d go to London and be able to have Fiendish Feet!

Fiendish Feet was a yogurt for kids, which makes sense, since nasty ass kids are the only ones who’d want to eat a yogurt brand with the word “feet” in its title. Well, kids and Quentin Tarantino, but let’s not get into that. The dairy brand St Ivel produced Fiendish Feet yogurt from 1989 to 1997. Throughout the years, they made many, many flavors. Each yogurt container had tiny feet and a monster face. Horrorpedia and the Fiendish Feet tribute page say that each flavor had a name like Spooky Wooky (banana), Fangs a Lot (strawberry), Moaning Mummy (orange), Flossie Flame (banana and toffee) and Mesma Eyes (red currant and raspberry). If you’re an aspiring porn star who’s been looking for the perfect name, track down whoever was responsible for naming the Fiendish Feets and ask them for ideas, because I’m sure they have a few genius ones.

If I ever win big in the lottery (even though I don’t play) or marry an old billionaire who likes his gold diggers with shitty attitudes and on the skinny fat side, I’m going to go straight to Sotheby’s and bid high on a vintage Fiendish Feet plastic container. Fiendish Feet containers are a highly sought-after antique treasure, right?

Pic: @80s_Kidz (For Jo A.)

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