We didn’t have the pitcher but we had the cups. There was something so satisfying when I would put my thumb in the grooves of the nose. Reminds me of spending my Koolaid points on Lion King, my prized possessions at the time. I feel like you used the big heavy slammers to hit the other person’s stack. You got to keep any of theirs that flipped over, and Pretty Pug In God We Trust Ever American Flag Independence Day Vintage Shirt they kept any that stayed heads up. Whoever has the most wins the round. I still have all of mine. POG drinks are still made.
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I had a friend’s mom who has a short-haul trucker. Once she was carrying kool-aid swag and a box fell off so was scrapped. She brought some stuff home for us. Sunglasses, fanny packs, cups, and some limited-time flavors. Icons of which was this independence day theme stuff that had pop rocks. Pretty awesome day. When I was little, I’d tag along with my trucker grandpa while I was off for the summer. One time, I hit the fucking jackpot when we went to the Barrel of Fun factory and Pretty Pug In God We Trust Ever American Flag Independence Day Vintage Shirt they gave me two giant cases of little bags of chips.
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My school lunches were. You’d be surprised how much stuff is refused by receivers because they either don’t want it, or it was shipped in error. Maybe it was just damaged and they wanted nothing to do with it. Yeah I swear we had the cups growing up, OP’s photo gave me a weird memory flashback to me running my fingers over the raised plastics bits of the kool-aid man’s face on the cups haha for Pretty Pug In God We Trust Ever American Flag Independence Day Vintage Shirt some reason I remember loving the cups for that singular reason