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December 15, 2018 / Posted by:

Strawberry Shortcake Vitamins!

In the 1980s, several children were probably rushed to the hospital with broken bones from falling off the refrigerator after they climbed up there to get to the Flintstones vitamins their parents hid. Flintstones vitamins were pure deliciousness.┬áNot to mention children’s Tylenol chewables, which probably led to many kids discovering their talent at acting, because we’d all act like we had a headache so we’d get some children’s Tylenol chewables. And don’t even get me started on Amoxicillin, which for a child who never really got cake or candy (THANKS, MOM), it was the sweetened nectar of all the Gods to me. I’m surprised I never begged my mom to get me an Amoxicillin-flavored cake for my birthday. (Note to self: Beg my mom to get me an Amoxicillin-flavored cake and Amoxicillin daiquiris for my next birthday.)

But while Flintstones vitamins, children’s Tylenol chewables, and Amoxicillin got all the shine in the category of delicious medicine, there was another vitamin that made tastebuds stand up.

Strawberry Shortcake Vitamins came out sometime in the 1980s, and all I remember about them is that they tasted like strawberries that were chemically grown in soil made of pure sugar. They tasted like candy to me. They may have been strawberry-shaped. I don’t remember, and those who regularly ingested them probably don’t remember either. Because as soon as they pulled a Strawberry Shortcake vitamin out of the jar, they immediately crushed it and snorted it up. Who knew that Strawberry Shortcake was also a Vitamin C dealer in the 80s?

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