Whatever happened to... Dinosaur eggs?
It was like a small gobstopper (wrapped like an egg) prob 1987 ish had a sours taste and changed colour on sucking. Think they then bought out another variety which was yellow (watermelon?) - would have been the same time as the hot jawbreakers..
Posted on June 3, 2005
It was an egg shaped gob stopper sized sweet which changed colour and flavour as you ate it (all sour flavours). In the middle was a sweet powder. Fantastic for school, since you could take it out of your mouth and blow on it for a few seconds and it would dry without being sticky. Therefore, it could be put back into the box/pocket, to be continued when class finished. They came in different colours, but the blue ones were incredibly rare. The cost 10p and were bought in a single box - the foll
Posted on August 23, 2004
These were AMAZING! They were huge gobstoppers that came in a cardboard box and changed colour as you sucked them. They had a million layers, each a different colour, and we used to suck them for a bit & then put them back in their box to save for later. When you got right to the middle they had a really sour refresher-type stuff at the centre. Fantastic! I suspect they were Willy- Wonka creations, but I might have imagined that! We bought them from R S McColls newsagent in the early 80s.
Posted on May 2, 2004
Came in a box and could be sucked for DAYS (literally) - they were so big at first they barely fit in your mouth and got smaller and smaller - so long ago I can't remember what was inside but I remember it being amazing!!!!
Posted on January 29, 2004