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It's one of the small creature comforts during these trying times, so why the heck do I have to tear the entire bag wide open to get one Twizzler out. They're all intertwined and you can't grab just one because a whole clump wants to come out … and they can't without tearing the bag completely open, and you know what that means!!

It means stale Twizzlers unless you take the time to fish a zipper bag out of its hiding place and re-package the rest of your Twizzlers. I swear, they must have people on those machines suffering a high temperature while sneezing and coughing all over those clumps of Twizzlers as they go into the package. I thought it was just the strawberry flavor, but the same jerk is also on the black licorice production line.

As if I don't already have enough aggravation in my life. :-(
 

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It's one of the small creature comforts during these trying times, so why the heck do I have to tear the entire bag wide open to get one Twizzler out. They're all intertwined and you can't grab just one because a whole clump wants to come out … and they can't without tearing the bag completely open, and you know what that means!!

It means stale Twizzlers unless you take the time to fish a zipper bag out of its hiding place and re-package the rest of your Twizzlers. I swear, they must have people on those machines suffering a high temperature while sneezing and coughing all over those clumps of Twizzlers as they go into the package. I thought it was just the strawberry flavor, but the same jerk is also on the black licorice production line.

As if I don't already have enough aggravation in my life. :-(
I open them and place them in a gallon ziplock bag. Same with chips, pretzels, etc. tom. :eat:
 

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I'm betting they ain't the cause of that but merely the stores and warehouses where they sit in the hot as hell storage areas and building before they stock them on the shelf's.
 

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Twizzlers don't last long enough to get stale around here.

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I eat 'em in strips of two.
 

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I ..... love ...... Twizzlers! As said above, put in a Ziploc. But I also like ‘em a few days stale as they have developed a “ snap” to them .
 

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May that be your worst problem.
Stay well and stay safe....
 

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It's one of the small creature comforts during these trying times, so why the heck do I have to tear the entire bag wide open to get one Twizzler out. They're all intertwined and you can't grab just one because a whole clump wants to come out … and they can't without tearing the bag completely open, and you know what that means!!

It means stale Twizzlers unless you take the time to fish a zipper bag out of its hiding place and re-package the rest of your Twizzlers. I swear, they must have people on those machines suffering a high temperature while sneezing and coughing all over those clumps of Twizzlers as they go into the package. I thought it was just the strawberry flavor, but the same jerk is also on the black licorice production line.

As if I don't already have enough aggravation in my life. :-(
I don't have that problem with Red Vines. They taste better too.

 

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Cherry nibs are the best twizzlers.

....I got some Finnish red licorice online......I'm always tryin to find the ultra red locorice.......the Finnish ain't it.

Maybe I'll try Australian one more time.....
 
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