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19 Tastes That Will Take All Aussies Back To Primary School

WHY DOES EVERYTHING TASTE LIKE BANANA?!?

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1. The delicious nutty texture of Dunkaroos.

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2. The simple but effective combo of cracker and cheesy spread.

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It took many years of practice to nail the cheese to cracker ratio.

3. The first bite into a Milo bar to get to that malty tastiness.

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4. The sugary goodness of roll-ups.

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But let's be real, whose parents actually let them have roll-ups anyway?

5. The classic Vegemite sanga with its salty hit was a staple for all young Aussies.

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But of course, adding cheese was the best way to do it.

6. The variety of crunchy or chewy muesli bars either covered in yoghurt or filled with choc chips.

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7. The ice cold sensation of a fruity, frozen juice box on a hot summer's day.

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8. The range of fruit flavours that came in a tiny serve of creamy yoghurt.

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9. The delightful mix of nuts and sugar that almost always caused teething mishaps.

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10. The mystery of trying to work out what exactly a rainbow tasted like.

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11. The joy of licking cheese dust from your fingers every recess.

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12. The sugary apricot amazingness of this ~nutritious~ lunch box item.

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13. The sweetness of biting into a joyous piece of fairy bread.

On the rare occasions you had some of these bad boys packed in your lunch.
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On the rare occasions you had some of these bad boys packed in your lunch.

14. The chocolate and hazelnut happiness wrapped in a crispy pillow.

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15. The blissful ignorance of eating a snack that you never thought would be discontinued.

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16. The taste of banana... on EVERYTHING.

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17. The sunscreen infused sweat droplets running down your forehead every play time.

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18. The horrible taste of accidentally swallowing a fly during summer.

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19. And curiosity (or peer pressure) getting the better of everyone and tasting that non-toxic glue.

Let's be real, this was a primary school rite of passage.
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Let's be real, this was a primary school rite of passage.

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