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15 Foods That Were The Only Reason You Went To Birthday Parties

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People just don't throw parties they way they used to back in the day.

Growing up in the 90s, birthday parties were not just an opportunity to bring friends together in your home, at the bowling alley, or McDonald's, but it was the one of those occasions when you and your buddies could binge on all your favorite treats and drinks without being limited by your parents.

Here are 15 wonderful munchies and beverages that made every party we attended in the 90s a hit:

1. Pizza Bagel Bites

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2. Barbie Cake

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3. Dino Nuggets

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4. Smiley Fries

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5. Capri Sun

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6. Pigs in a blanket

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7. Bugles

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