1. This deliciously sweet and sticky Push Pop. Twitter: @murnishrm, Twitter: @ItsLinuel You sucked it and sucked it until it went all thin and pointy. But not before pretending to apply it like a lipstick. 2. These yummy, slightly chalky Swizzels lollies. amazon.com The absolute BEST things. They went kind of grainy and eventually collapsed to a tasty powder in your mouth. 3. This Mini Milk on a hot summer's day. Twitter: @rhi_13 It was the lolly your mum always bought for you. It wasn't as exciting as a Twister, but it was still pretty nice. 4. These Fruit Salads, the best sweet you could buy for a penny from Woolworths. uk.pinterest.com Waaaaaaay better than Black Jacks. Anyone who liked Black Jacks is not to be trusted. 5. This edible necklace, which you would eat while you were wearing it. heavenlysweets.co.uk At the end you were left with a quite gross, damp piece of elastic round your neck. 6. These candy cigarettes, which you "smoked" because you were a cool dude. Twitter: @JimSharpe Then eating them all really fast because they tasted soooo good. 7. This Funny Feet lolly, truly one of the best lollies there's ever been. Twitter: @JamManUK2000 They were insanely creamy. 8. Blue Slush Puppie, which kind of made you high, then gave you a massive E-numbers headache. Twitter: @JamManUK2000 The intense shade of chemical blue should've been a warning really. 9. Spending your hard earned 2p on a chocolate from this magical machine. retrotogo.com It tasted better because you paid for it, even if you could just get your money straight back out after. 10. This box of Poppets, and the exact sound they made when you rattled them around. Twitter: @NickiPetitt Toffee was the best Poppets flavour. 11. These delicious, chocolaty Cartoonies. corsasport.co.uk It was kind of hard to see what the picture was of, but they tasted damn good and the chocolate was so melty. 12. This plate of Party Rings. Twitter: @Jodders2014 Laid out at your 7th birthday party tea. 13. This Mr Freeze ice pop. Twitter: @mark_samuels You sucked it until eventually it melted, and then you drank the cold blue liquid from the tube, spilling quite a lot of it down your chin. 14. These yummy, crunchy ice gems. imgur.com Sometimes you ate the biscuit first, sometimes you licked the ice. You can remember exactly what they taste like even though you haven't had one for years. 15. This Cadbury's Wildlife Bar. uk.pinterest.com Each one had a different endangered animal on it, but the panda was definitely your favourite. 16. Having Cadbury's Animals biscuits and a cup of tea at your gran's house. mm-rs.org, Twitter: @deveuve It was usually borderline impossible to identify which animal you were eating – they were all just amorphous blobs with eyes. 17. These Dairylea Lunchables, one of the best packed lunch surprises. View this photo on Instagram Instagram: @robyntiff3 They seemed downright gourmet when you were 7. 18. Finishing your lolly and then reading out the joke. Twitter: @eljmayes "Hahahahahahhahaha! That's a good one." 19. Um Bongo, which was legit your favourite packed lunch drink. Twitter: @cavanagh_ec You still remember the song that went with it. 20. Zapp lollies! Twitter: @calscons They were so nice and kind of tasted like toffee? Despite being the colour of Hypercolor T-shirts. The ultimate ’90s treat. 21. KP Choc Dips – a rogue choice in the newsagent with your pocket money, though you never regretted it. Twitter: @Co1ch Those things were freakin' delicious. 22. And finally, these Irn-Bru bars, which are definitely one of the reasons you needed fillings as an adult. Twitter: @TheChaoticScot They were Wham bars' cheeky Scottish cousin.